Purpose To give DBs and WRs a chance to work on passing and defending against zone coverage. Set Up Have an offensive team (2 WRs, 1 QB) and a defensive team (2
Purpose To give QBs and WRs a chance to focus exclusively on developing timing and chemistry, without defense. Set Up For this drill you’ll need one football, a center, a QB, and
Purpose To get players loose, work on conditioning and how to take a ball handoff securely. Set Up Divide the team into two groups, and have them form two single file lines.
Purpose To improve agility and to teach ball carriers the proper footwork for making jump cuts. Set Up You’ll need 12 cones. Place one cone down, then continue to place cones in
Purpose This drill is a half speed, game-like drill that simulates shedding a block, creating a pursuit angle and stopping a ball carrier at the line of scrimmage. Set Up Set up
Drill Type: Tackling Drill Set Up The cones should be set up two yards by two yards. The inside cones are two yards apart, which makes the cones that the players
This is a great base coverage drill for quarterbacks and receivers that is used to simulate real game situations. We are simulating a Vertical Go Route, which stretches on the
In today’s video blog post, we continue our discussion on catching with 3 more highly effective football practice drills that finetune our catching mechanics. We focus today on over-the-shoulder and
In today's video blog post, I am sharing 2 highly effective football practice drills that work on catching mechanics. We focus today on one-handed catches and twisting catches as they
In today's video blog post, we are breaking down the proper football stance for your defensive players. This is a very powerful football stance, allowing you to get penetration across
During today's blog post, we're going to talk about two different youth football stances that each of your players should be familiar with. Three-Point Stance The first thing you've got to start
When you're coaching football, you want to talk to your running backs about the importance of ball security. We start with the smallest fundamentals, like ball security. You take care of
There will come a time when you need to spend some of your football practice teaching the quarterback and wide receiver to read coverages. We talk about this with our quarterbacks
When you're coaching youth football defensive linemen, you want to spend a good deal of time working on improving pass rushing. Today we're going to talk about a couple of
It goes without saying: coaching football is not an easy task. There's a lot for you to take into consideration, and today we're going to talk about football clock management. Many
As a youth football coach, one of your most important responsibilities is choosing and implementing various drills. This blog post is going to discuss the best way to plan and
These are just two of my coaching philosophies that are applicable to all ages I have coached and feel should begin the first day of practice. Part of my responsibility as a coach is to be sure each and every player understands all the positions. Additionally it is my responsibility to be sure that each and every player respects myself and their teammates. No bullying will be tolerated.
What do swimming pool liners, planks and a medicine ball have in common? These are all items that are easy to come by and work very well in your football practice plans. They can all be used for your various football practice drills AND they provide great results!