Today’s video is all about using the “Pyramid” planning strategy to develop and communicate your offensive philosophy.
It’s amazing how many coaches ignore this (and sabotage their offenses as a result). Developing a philosophy will help you have more efficient practices, a tighter, simpler, and more effective playbook, and better communication with your coaching staff.
Think about the following questions:
- What are you trying to accomplish on offense?
- What are your bread and butter plays?
- What’s the one play your opponent will HAVE to stop to beat you.
- How will you decide what plays to call in certain situations?
Were you able to answer them quickly? Would your coaching staff’s answers be the same? How about your players?
If not, you should definitely give this “Pyramid” strategy a try. I’d love to hear what you think… so make sure to leave a comment in the box below after you watch the video.
Recommended Resource: Understanding and communicating your offensive philosophy is just the first step in becoming a dominant running team. Mastering your blocking schemes, and developing the necessary skills and techniques to execute them are just as important. The entire process is explained inside our latest best-selling online video clinic: “Developing a Dominant Running Game.“