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Cover: steve loney's blocking drills 2-pack
Steve Loney's Blocking Drills 2-Pack
FD-05584A:

with Steve Loney,
over 40 years of coaching experience at the high school, college and NFL levels;
coached with the Dallas Cowboys, the Minnesota Vikings, the Arizona Cardinals as well as at Iowa State University, Minnesota and Drake;
was an offensive lineman at Iowa State University ('70-'73)

If your team has a great run blocking offensive line, chances are you're going to win your fair share of games. In this video from 40-year coaching veteran Steve Loney, you'll get some of the tried and true methods that he's used to help offensive linemen clear space on the ground. Loney covers all aspects of run blocking, including drills, techniques and coaching points.

Daily Individual Drills for OL Fundamentals

Coach Loney starts with an explanation of the most effective way to organize individual drills that teach specific skills relative to offensive line play. During this on-field presentation, Loney gives tips that you can use to maximize practice time while giving your players specific feedback during each drill. Several drills are demonstrated that teach stance and start, as well as proper strike and hand placement. You'll get Coach Loney's "two-step drill" that teaches aiming points and strike, as well as his "leverage drill" to train regaining pad level if a lineman gets in a bad position.

Drills to Teach Individual Blocks

Next, Loney demonstrates several drills that teach offensive linemen proper hand placement and aiming points on the base block, cut off block, and reach block. He also covers how he teaches linemen to pull and kick out a first level defender, or block a second level defender. All together, you'll learn:

  • The "Base drill" that teaches the first two steps, aiming point, base, and hand placement.
  • How Coach Loney teaches the reach and cut off blocks.
  • How to execute combination blocks commonly used in zone blocking schemes.
  • The "Leverage lock up" drill that teaches linemen to maintain position on a reach block when the defender tries to fall back on the cut of the running back.

This is a fantastic video that will give you several drills and ideas to help you develop more complete offensive linemen. With the help of Coach Loney, your offensive line will run block like a well-oiled machine next season!

47 minutes. 2019.



FD-05584B:

with Steve Loney,
over 40 years of coaching experience at the high school, college and NFL levels;
coached with the Dallas Cowboys, the Minnesota Vikings, the Arizona Cardinals as well as at Iowa State University, Minnesota and Drake;
was an offensive lineman at Iowa State University ('70-'73)

Steve Loney has put together an impressive coaching career, including numerous stops at the collegiate and professional levels that includes a season as the offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings. However, Loney has predominantly been an offensive line coach in his travels and in this video, he brings his knowledge of O-line play to light as he gives you the best pass blocking drills and techniques that he's learned over the years.

Important Factors in Pass Protection

Coach Loney begins with an explanation of the most important factors in pass protection for offensive lineman, which he calls the "Ten Commandments of Pass Protection". He stresses that players should understand that pass protection starts with the feet and that the hands only counter the defensive player.

In all, you'll learn:

  • What to stress to your players to make them effective pass blockers.
  • To teach your players how to maintain their base and where the pressure should be in their feet.
  • How Coach Loney teaches different pass sets based on the QB's launch point on 3-step, 5-step, and 7-step pass plays.

Drills to Teach Pass Protection Fundamentals

Loney continues by taking his players through several drills that teach pass protection fundamentals. Proper base

DVD
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Cover: run blocking drills
Run Blocking Drills

with Steve Loney,
over 40 years of coaching experience at the high school, college and NFL levels;
coached with the Dallas Cowboys, the Minnesota Vikings, the Arizona Cardinals as well as at Iowa State University, Minnesota and Drake;
was an offensive lineman at Iowa State University ('70-'73)

If your team has a great run blocking offensive line, chances are you're going to win your fair share of games. In this video from 40-year coaching veteran Steve Loney, you'll get some of the tried and true methods that he's used to help offensive linemen clear space on the ground. Loney covers all aspects of run blocking, including drills, techniques and coaching points.

Daily Individual Drills for OL Fundamentals

Coach Loney starts with an explanation of the most effective way to organize individual drills that teach specific skills relative to offensive line play. During this on-field presentation, Loney gives tips that you can use to maximize practice time while giving your players specific feedback during each drill. Several drills are demonstrated that teach stance and start, as well as proper strike and hand placement. You'll get Coach Loney's "two-step drill" that teaches aiming points and strike, as well as his "leverage drill" to train regaining pad level if a lineman gets in a bad position.

Drills to Teach Individual Blocks

Next, Loney demonstrates several drills that teach offensive linemen proper hand placement and aiming points on the base block, cut off block, and reach block. He also covers how he teaches linemen to pull and kick out a first level defender, or block a second level defender. All together, you'll learn:

  • The "Base drill" that teaches the first two steps, aiming point, base, and hand placement.
  • How Coach Loney teaches the reach and cut off blocks.
  • How to execute combination blocks commonly used in zone blocking schemes.
  • The "Leverage lock up" drill that teaches linemen to maintain position on a reach block when the defender tries to fall back on the cut of the running back.

This is a fantastic video that will give you several drills and ideas to help you develop more complete offensive linemen. With the help of Coach Loney, your offensive line will run block like a well-oiled machine next season!

47 minutes. 2019.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions

Cover: pass blocking drills
Pass Blocking Drills

with Steve Loney,
over 40 years of coaching experience at the high school, college and NFL levels;
coached with the Dallas Cowboys, the Minnesota Vikings, the Arizona Cardinals as well as at Iowa State University, Minnesota and Drake;
was an offensive lineman at Iowa State University ('70-'73)

Steve Loney has put together an impressive coaching career, including numerous stops at the collegiate and professional levels that includes a season as the offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings. However, Loney has predominantly been an offensive line coach in his travels and in this video, he brings his knowledge of O-line play to light as he gives you the best pass blocking drills and techniques that he's learned over the years.

Important Factors in Pass Protection

Coach Loney begins with an explanation of the most important factors in pass protection for offensive lineman, which he calls the "Ten Commandments of Pass Protection". He stresses that players should understand that pass protection starts with the feet and that the hands only counter the defensive player.

In all, you'll learn:

  • What to stress to your players to make them effective pass blockers.
  • To teach your players how to maintain their base and where the pressure should be in their feet.
  • How Coach Loney teaches different pass sets based on the QB's launch point on 3-step, 5-step, and 7-step pass plays.

Drills to Teach Pass Protection Fundamentals

Loney continues by taking his players through several drills that teach pass protection fundamentals. Proper base, footwork, strike, and posture are stressed as each drill progresses. You will receive several drills that teach counters to common pass rush moves, as well as how to pick up twists and pass rush games. Additionally, Coach Loney explains how he teaches offensive lineman to work from a disadvantaged position to avoid giving up sacks and hits on the QB.

If your O-line needs work, this is your chance to add several drills that will help you develop more complete offensive linemen. Keep your quarterback's jersey clean and your offense humming with improved pass protection!

69 minutes. 2019.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions

Cover: michigan football series: movement training for changing direction, sprinting & more
Michigan Football Series: Movement Training for Changing Direction, Sprinting & More

with Ben Herbert,
University of Michigan Football Director of Strength & Conditioning;
has worked with 71 NFL draft picks, including eight first round selections;
certified member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA);
in 2015, was named a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC) by the CSCCa (youngest coach to earn the honor at age 35)

Your athletes could be the strongest in your league, but it doesn't mean anything if they're all slow and unable to react quickly on the field! To ensure your team is full of players who are strong AND mobile/quick, Michigan's Director of Strength & Conditioning, Coach Ben Herbert, is here to give you plenty of exercises that train fast and fluid movement.

Mobility Exercises

Coach Herbert begins by demonstrating some of the mobility and preparation work that he does with his athletes in training. Mobility of the foot, ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and elbows are discussed and several exercises and techniques are shown that will help your athletes develop enhanced mobility and stability in their joints, as well as address tightness in any particular area that would limit their potential for improvement through a training program. Herbert then demonstrates several of the warm-up drills that he uses with his athletes that get them ready for training, but teach and reinforce proper running and movement mechanics.

Speed and Quickness Drills

Next, you'll get an explanation of the plyometric exercises that are used at Michigan and what they are designed to improve. Coach Herbert demonstrates several of these exercises, including box jumps, hurdle jumps, low cone jumps, and multiple box jumps. He also discusses how to make these exercises more difficult once your athletes become proficient in each one.

Several speed and quickness improvement exercises are shown as well, which include implements such as parachutes, sleds, hills, and various other resistance devices. Coach Herbert explains how starts and acceleration can be greatly improved by using any of those devices and devoting proper time and effort to training. In all, you'll learn:

  • Plyometric exercises that will help develop explosive power in your athletes.
  • Acceleration exercises and drills that will improve the quickness of your athletes in a short area.
  • To teach your players the most efficient way to run the 5-10-5 shuttle, which is a popular test at combines and prospect camps.

This excellent video from Coach Herbert will give you several exercises and drills to improve the mobility, explosiveness, and speed of your football team!

52 minutes. 2019.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions

Cover: michigan football series: linebacker technique & drills
Michigan Football Series: Linebacker Technique & Drills

with Don Brown,
University of Michigan Defensive Coordinator;
helped Michigan's defense rank among the top four in the NCAA in total defense his first three seasons in Ann Arbor;
3x AFCA Region I Coach of the Year (1994, 2002, 2006);
5x Conference Coach of the Year (1993, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2006);
35+ years of coaching experience

If you have a great group of linebackers, they can help make your defense look so much better - even if your defensive line or secondary isn't the strongest. In this video, University of Michigan Defensive Coordinator Don Brown dishes on what he looks for in his linebacking corps, as well as some of the drills that Michigan uses to create championship linebackers.

Defensive Philosophy

Coach Brown begins by giving an explanation of the major philosophical beliefs that guide the Michigan defensive unit. He touches on the importance of stopping the run and how to accomplish it. Additionally, Brown gives his general philosophy on defending the pass and provides some specifics on how he accomplishes putting his players in the best positions to defend the pass.

Finally, Coach Brown shares his overall philosophy of coaching athletes and speaks about his beliefs in terms of the coach's role in developing character and being a positive influence in the lives of his players.

Drills for Linebacker Play

Next, you'll be taken through several drills that Brown uses on a daily and weekly basis to teach the finer points of linebacker play. Using practice and game film, Coach Brown demonstrates several drills, including basic footwork, reads and keys, tackling, and block defeat techniques. You'll also see drills that teach pass drop techniques and man to man coverage tactics that will help your linebackers execute in both man to man and zone defensive calls.

Brown also gives an exhaustive overview of the drills that he uses to teach his linebackers to blitz against both the pass and the run. The Michigan defense under Coach Brown is widely regarded as one of the most aggressive units in the country, and he gives you a detailed look at how he teaches his players to operate in his scheme.

This video from one of the most respected defensive coaches in America is sure to be a gold mine for your program. It's a must-have for all defensive coaches and especially linebacker coaches that want to teach their players the best techniques and fundamentals.

75 minutes. 2019.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions


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