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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: best of the best football series: 360 drills for offense and defense
Best of the Best Football Series: 360 Drills for Offense and Defense
FD-04853: featuring Del Alexander, Brent Brennan, Ron Dugans, Curtis Johnson, Reggie Moore, Todd Norman and Terrence Samuel

Seven of the nation's top coaches provide detailed analysis and step-by-step breakdowns of 45 game-tested drills that you can easily integrate into your daily practices. These drills will help you train your receivers to get off the ball, run precise routes, and catch passes in tight windows.

Position Specific Training for Receivers and Running Backs

Segment one covers several key factors, including maximizing foot speed, balance, core strength and overall physical conditioning. These drills help develop explosiveness, core development, and vertical explosion. The video also reviews tips on small hurdles and resistance bands. Incorporation of catching the football within the drills is used to develop precision and focus, both physically and mentally.

Fundamentals

These drills focus on the stance, body position, and footwork designed to allow your receiving corps to line up and see the weakness in the secondary. From there, your receivers will learn to explode off the line and seamlessly transition into routes, making them more likely to get open.

Drills and Routes

Coach your players on proper route running and spotting the open passing windows in the coverage. Your players will also learn how to fight for the ball when it's in the air.

Quick Feet, Violent Hands and Separation Techniques

This segment offers drills that help wide receivers improve foot speed, hand-eye coordination and separation techniques to make your receiving corps lethal and dynamic. Develop the full potential of your athletes with this incredible presentation that reinforces football intelligence by mastering separation techniques and learning leverage positions, with emphasis on the Half-Man Rule.

Techniques and Drills for Creating Championship Wide Receivers

An elite wide receiver must understand what the defense is giving up, as well as what the defense is trying to take away.

Using the drills in this section in sequence, your wide-outs will learn how to create more separation and develop better timing with the quarterback. Results from these drills will lead to more completions and open up additional possibilities for your offense.

The video covers the intricacies of several different release techniques against bump man coverage, which will improve players' catching technique as they learn to fight for the ball when it's in the air. You'll receive detailed analysis of the six types of catches, the best time to use each one, and several drills to practice catching under different circumstances.

Regardless of the coverage your wide receivers face, they will be able to execute by leveraging the techniques used in this video. They will learn to take advantage of what the defense has given them by getting off the ball quicker, as well as how to catch the football in traffic. The sequencing of drills and skills provides you with an effective teaching methodology to ensure your players use the proper techniques.

62 minutes. 2015.



FD-04854A: featuring drills from James Burk, Steve Greatwood, Dan Roushar and Ed Warinner,

This video showcases a variety of essential drills used by offensive line coaches from some of the best programs in the nation including Oregon, Notre Dame and Michigan State.

Collected from Championship Productions' video library, these drills and schemes will provide you with a blueprint for success in the trenches. Each coach adds their own coaching style to the video, which makes it a unique combination of instruction from differing philosophies.

You'll learn 30 drills that teach skills such as stance, get-off, hand placement and footwork for drive, reach and cutoff blocks. Drills for pulling and trapping are covered, as well as zone blocking strategies. All blocks eventually turn into a drive block, which is a key technique that your players need to master to be successful.

Chutes, boards and sled drills are included as well. The importance of coaching linemen to finish the block is not overlooked, as the best teams in the country excel at playing through the whistle.

Developing a fundamentally sound offensive line will give any team the ability to run the football, opening up numerous options for the rest of your offense. Coaches and players of all levels looking to become dominant on the offensive line will find this video to be a valuable resource.

74 minutes. 2015.



FD-04854B: featuring Steve Greatwood, Brian Hughes, Dan Roushar, Ed Thomas and Ed Warinner

Championship Productions has compiled all the best run game concepts for offensive linemen into one video delivering the ultimate tool kit for your offensive line. Whether your linemen are in the development phase or just need a refresher, this collection of high level drills will provide quality instruction and reps.

Every lineman needs great first step technique to create explosion and power. The coaches in this video teach those initial steps and share drills for executing them properly and getting to the right spot off the snap. After development of the first step, you'll see drills that focus on executing different steps from various stances.

You'll also learn how to teach athletes to play through double teams, down blocks, reach blocks, pulls, skip pulls and short pulls. By conquering defensive stunts, your linemen will open up more holes for your backs to get up the field.

If you're looking to fine-tune your line this season, look no further than this compilation of the best offensive line skills and drills ever assembled. Whether you're coaching youth players or even a collegiate team, you'll find something in this video to help your run blocking.

119 minutes. 2015.



FD-04854C: featuring James Burk, Steve Greatwood, Brent Key and Ed Warinner

Championship Productions has raided their library of instructional videos and to create the ultimate tool kit for offensive line coaches who want to shore up their pass protection.

This video will help coaches at all levels quickly find specific areas they need to target to develop explosive and strong pass blockers. Even if you're at the top of your conference or division, refining technique with these high level drills will give your players the quality instruction and reps they need to keep improving.

The 40 drills included cover all schemes and styles and will provide a direct benefit to your players this season. If your players aren't trained correctly, they will fatigue quicker and be more susceptible to faltering in the second half of games.

This video is loaded with mirror drills, punch drills for hand-eye coordination, and lateral movement drills for molding your linemen into the best pass blocking group in your league. Powerhouse programs at the college and high school level have used these drills to maintain a high level of success on the field.

Every championship team starts and ends with a great offensive line. The drills in this collection will help any coach interested in improving and solidifying his pass protection.

91 minutes. 2015.



FD-04855A: featuring Paul Creighton, Dave Doeren, Brick Haley, Don Johnson, Greg Mark and Charlie Partridge

Championship Productions has pulled 40 of the best drills in its video library and assembled them into one product. This video provides numerous drills and techniques you can use to mold your athletes into productive pass rushers and run stuffers.

These drills will help your players develop the flexibility, hand movement, speed, quickness, strength, and leverage they need to plug the gaps in the run game and attack the quarterback in the passing game.

You'll see world-class instructors break down stance and start techniques, as well as innovative drills to make your athletes' first two steps quick and violent.

You'll learn a variety of ways to enhance sled work, as well as gain ideas on how to utilize shoots and agility bags. Train your players to create leverage and separation from the offensive line enabling them to get into space consistently and make more plays.

This video contains everything a defensive line coach needs to kick their unit up a notch. With drills and tips appropriate for all levels, there's not a more complete product on the market. Improve your team today!

104 minutes. 2015.



FD-04855B: featuring Ron Cooper, Dave Doeren, Chris Merritt, Mark Stoops, Robert Tucker and Seth Wallace

This video features a collection of 40 game-tested drills compiled from Championship Productions' videos.

You will learn proven drills that are well-suited for daily practice and be able to apply them to improve the skills and techniques of your team's defensive backs. Some of the skills covered include: footwork, block destruction, tackling, creating turnovers and coverage concepts.

Footwork

This segment details key footwork drills that any coach can use when teaching key concepts from basic stance to change of direction.

Block Destruction, Tackling and Turnovers

Block destruction, tackling and turnovers are the most critical component to any defensive strategy.

Included in this segment are the requisite steps in "Turning Over the Ball" - an approach that will teach your players how to recognize and leverage turnover opportunities.

In a step-by-step format appropriate for individual, group, and team instruction, the last half of this segment explains and demonstrates the fundamentals involved in sound tackling. These drills will help your players understand the importance of body position and leverage, while ensuring they are safe, aggressive tacklers.

Ball Skills and Man Defense

This segment helps develop your players' natural instincts to the ball. Players will learn to fight for the ball when it's in the air and not wait for the receiver to make the first move. You'll also assist your players with interception and batted ball production by implementing these practical drills.

For man defense, these drills help you control the wide receiver whether he's running an In, Out or Vertical route.

Zone, Scheme, Reads

Footwork, change-of-direction, and fundamental techniques involved in playing both man and zone coverage are all key factors included in this segment. You'll get tips on playing the fade and slant routes, as well as techniques that defensive backs can employ to read the three- and five-step drop.

Also reviewed are tips on how defensive backs can train their eyes to cover the field in halves and deep-third coverages.

This video is the definitive source for defensive back instruction at all levels. It provides you the necessary tools and knowledge-base to coach secondary players, whether you're facing a pass or run dominant offense.

63 minutes. 2015.



FD-04963: featuring:
  • Bryan Collins
  • George Ricumstrict
  • Hunter Hughes
  • Kirk McBride
  • Mike Dewitt
  • Mike Tressel
  • Neal Neathery
  • Rick Stewart
  • Tim Murphy
  • Todd Norman
  • Vernon Hargreaves

The heart of any defense starts with the linebackers, and Championship Productions has complied 40 of the best drills from some of the top college and high school coaches in the nation. Each coach uses practice video and explains critical teaching points that will help make your linebackers into run-stuffing machines.

Regardless of your defensive scheme, this video covers drills that are essential for success at the linebacker position. You'll find drills that cover every scenario needed to succeed in today's game: footwork drills, read & flow drills, pass & break drills, goal line tackling drills, shed block drills, can drills, cut back drills, gap responsibility drills and more. Additionally, you'll learn how to teach proper stance and angles to your players. Multiple drills on each skill are shown, making it easy to develop a well-rounded linebacker.

A few examples of the drills include:

  • Goal Line Tackling Drill - Coach Hunter Hughes talks about how to create a proper attack angle to get up field and stunt the ball carrier in a tight space. He points out the most common mistakes linebackers make and how to fix them to achieve greater tackling success, which will prevent ball carriers from advancing into the end zone or spinning out of tackles.
  • Angle Read & Flow Drill - Coach Vernon Hargreaves dissects how to get your linebackers going downhill while maintaining a power angle, move face across, square up & explode through the ball carrier with continuous feet. He also shows multiple variations and how to implement different strategies if your athletes struggle with certain aspects of getting downhill and angled tackling.
  • Pass Re-Route/Match Drill - Coach Mike Tressel breaks down how to teach linebackers the fundamentals for reacting to various route combinations as well as matching the route. This teaches players a few things: how to sit on a route, not fall for the initial moves and keep receivers from coming inside and clearing underneath. He also highlights tactics for teaching linebackers how to defend the wheel route by boxing out the receiver/back, then looking back for the incoming pass. Another important situation to defend is not panicking if your linebackers loses leverage and gets into a chase angle. Coach Tressel will help you teach your linebackers how to play the receiver or back's hands to defend the deep pass.

    Instead of getting one video and information from one coach, this video allows you to pick up techniques and coaching points from a variety of great coaches. It's like getting a personal invitation to sit in on a variety of staff meetings with some of the nation's brightest coaching minds at the high school, collegiate, and professional levels!

    52 minutes. 2016.



    FD-04980: featuring:
    • Anthony Pratley - former Concordia University (Ann Arbor) Offensive Coordinator; innovator of the Pistol Spread Option Offense
    • Dave Warner - Michigan State University Quarterbacks Coach
    • Jonathan Smith - University of Washington Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach; former Boise State University Quarterbacks Coach
    • Philip Montgomery - University of Tulsa Head Coach; former Baylor University Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach
    • David Cutcliffe - Duke University Head Coach; Coached Peyton Manning at Tennessee and Eli Manning at Ole Miss
    • Dick Olin - 2015 U.S. Under-19 National Team Offensive Coordinator
    • Kevin Gilbride - former NFL coach and offensive coordinator for six NFL teams; earned two Super Bowl rings as the Offensive Coordinator for the NY Giants
    • Paul Chryst - University of Wisconsin Head Coach

    The most critical position on any team is the quarterback position. This video is designed to develop the skill set of the quarterback and help your QBs master the position. High profile coaches take you through a progression of drills, starting with footwork. You'll see bag, pocket, cone and movement drills demonstrated by college and high school athletes as the coaches discuss the details of each drill.

    Footwork Drills

    Train quarterbacks to skate or move their feet to get into proper throwing position and avoid the rush. Multiple footwork drills are provided to develop quick feet and agility necessary for avoiding pass rushers, stepping away from pressure, and gaining balance to make quick and accurate throws. You'll learn the footwork necessary to avoid pressure from defensive ends and how to skate, side step and escape to extend plays - improving your team's chances to win.

    Hand Strengthening & Mechanics Drills

    One area that can make or break a season is turnovers. These hand strengthening and mechanics drills give the QB the perception and feel of having the ball become one with the hand. Improve the ability of your quarterbacks to find the laces, increase hand and finger strength, and maintain ball security while being pressured by defenders. Learn how to create the habit of keeping a two-hand grip on the ball with proper mechanics in the pocket, which is important to prevent defenders from knocking the ball free.

    Vision and Accuracy

    Learn strategies and techniques for timing of wide receiver routes, regaining balance, and throwing on the run. You'll get drills that help improve footwork and throwing accuracy.

    Throwing drills are shown for developing the pocket passer as well as the roll-out quarterback. David Cutcliffe, former coach of Peyton Manning at Tennessee, teaches proper technique for the play action pass. Kevin Gilbride, Super Bowl coach and Eli Manning's former coach with the New York Giants, shows you multiple drop back and route combo drills used to develop rhythm in the passing game.

    Every football program wants to have a quarterback that can take the team all the way to the championship. This video has been designed to raise the level of play for any quarterback at any level.

    67 minutes. 2016.



    FD-04981: featuring:
    • Brad Salem - Michigan State University Running Backs Coach
    • Brian White - Boston College University Assistant Coach / Receivers; former University of Florida Assistant Coach/Running Backs
    • Philip Montgomery - University of Tulsa Head Coach; former Baylor University Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach
    • Todd Norman - M.S. Kinesiology; founder The Cutting Edge - Athletic Performance Enhancement;Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA)
    • Tony Alford - University of Notre Dame Running Backs Coach; former University of Louisville Running Backs Coach

    Having an elusive running back at any level makes it difficult for opposing defenses to slow down your offense. This video collects 40 of the best running back drills from some of Championship Productions' top running back coaches. It gives you a blueprint on developing not only an elusive back, but one that will also be physical and run downhill with authority.

    Agility Drills

    These agility drills will develop improved balance and control of the center of gravity to allow you to develop explosiveness and bursts of speed toward holes or past defenders. Blocking bags and shields, hurdles, agility ladders, agility poles and cones are utilized to demonstrate methods for improving quickness and acceleration with changes in direction. Drills for speed cuts, jump cuts and slalom runs are illustrated to simulate game-like moves that will improve your elusiveness and cause defenders to miss tackles.

    Ball Security Drills

    Ball security drills demonstrate how to improve your running back's ability to maintain control of the ball with pressure placed on it from multiple directions. You'll also see how to utilize the stiff arm with the free hand and "dip & rip" on the ball side when approaching defenders. Various game-like scenarios are presented for practicing ball security skills, such as goal line and sideline runs.

    Strength, Catching & Blocking Drills

    Resistance belts and bungee cords are utilized to improve motor memory, strength and power with simulated running and pass routes. Your running backs will practice catching footballs away from their body with their hands at multiple angles. Improve your running back's ability to engage their hips to generate forceful blocks.

    The running back must demonstrate physical and mental toughness on every down and situation. These situations, techniques, and skills must be drilled daily to build a consistent down to down back. Regardless of your offensive philosophy or scheme, this video features many drills that will help your running backs be at their best.

    61 minutes. 2016.



DVD
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Cover: developing cornerbacks to play multiple coverage techniques
Developing Cornerbacks to Play Multiple Coverage Techniques

with Aaron Henry,
Rutgers University Assistant Coach/Defensive Backs;
Secondary Graduate assistant at Arkansas;
played at Wisconsin for Chris Ash (3x Rose Bowl, 2x All-Big Ten)

The spread offense presents problems to defenses with its tempo and multiple formations. However, now the defense can fight back by appearing to play press coverage before every snap, confusing the quarterback and making him throw into coverage with the bait and bail technique or the cover 2 hinge technique. Rutgers defensive back coach Aaron Henry teaches you these techniques and more in this video.

Press Technique

Train your cornerbacks to dictate angles for the wide receiver to take. Coach Henry explains the press technique that is specific to Rutgers and how it differs from the way press is taught by most other coaches. Using simple, everyday drills, he shows you his teaching progression for the press technique that begins with the proper alignment and stance, and focuses on eye progression and footwork for the corner

Coach Henry believes in pressing with the feet by staying in front of the receiver as long as possible before using a kick step to go with any vertical release. In his footwork progression, Henry covers the:

  • Mirror step
  • Kick step
  • Switchback
  • Off hand jam

After teaching footwork, Henry shows how to coach the corner in playing the route by the receiver. Using the Fly-by and Stutter drills, you will see how to coach the corner to be in phase with the receiver and lean and locate the ball. When out-of-phase, the corner is taught to go chest to chest and play through the receiver to the ball. Coach Henry then shows how the hands are used as a bonus in press coverage, and explains how focusing on the hands too much is a major flaw in many cornerbacks that play press coverage.

The Finish

Coach Henry stresses that defensive backs must be able to make plays. He describes the techniques for the defensive back to use whether he is in phase or out of phase with the receiver. Using practice footage, Coach Henry shows how the finish should be coached against a fade route and against short and intermediate routes. You'll see the Hook & Swat drill that is used at Rutgers to knock the ball loose from the receiver while securing the tackle with the off hand. Using Coach Henry's techniques and drill progression, you will be able to teach your players to make plays and breakup passes no matter if they are in perfect position or not.

Bait and Bail Technique

Coach Henry concludes the video by showing you how the corner can appear to press, but in reality is dropping into zone coverage. See how the bait and bail techniques should be used to counter offenses that use deep routes to attack press coverage. Also, an explanation of the catch technique is included. The catch technique is typically used in the red zone where the defensive back must not allow a receiver to catch the ball in front of him.

Cornerback play is essential in the modern game. Coach Henry's coaching points and drill progression will enable coaches to teach their cornerbacks to dominate the competition.

51 minutes. 2017.

DVD
Buy at Championship Productions

Cover: best of the best football series
Best of the Best Football Series
FD-04853: featuring Del Alexander, Brent Brennan, Ron Dugans, Curtis Johnson, Reggie Moore, Todd Norman and Terrence Samuel

Seven of the nation's top coaches provide detailed analysis and step-by-step breakdowns of 45 game-tested drills that you can easily integrate into your daily practices. These drills will help you train your receivers to get off the ball, run precise routes, and catch passes in tight windows.

Position Specific Training for Receivers and Running Backs

Segment one covers several key factors, including maximizing foot speed, balance, core strength and overall physical conditioning. These drills help develop explosiveness, core development, and vertical explosion. The video also reviews tips on small hurdles and resistance bands. Incorporation of catching the football within the drills is used to develop precision and focus, both physically and mentally.

Fundamentals

These drills focus on the stance, body position, and footwork designed to allow your receiving corps to line up and see the weakness in the secondary. From there, your receivers will learn to explode off the line and seamlessly transition into routes, making them more likely to get open.

Drills and Routes

Coach your players on proper route running and spotting the open passing windows in the coverage. Your players will also learn how to fight for the ball when it's in the air.

Quick Feet, Violent Hands and Separation Techniques

This segment offers drills that help wide receivers improve foot speed, hand-eye coordination and separation techniques to make your receiving corps lethal and dynamic. Develop the full potential of your athletes with this incredible presentation that reinforces football intelligence by mastering separation techniques and learning leverage positions, with emphasis on the Half-Man Rule.

Techniques and Drills for Creating Championship Wide Receivers

An elite wide receiver must understand what the defense is giving up, as well as what the defense is trying to take away.

Using the drills in this section in sequence, your wide-outs will learn how to create more separation and develop better timing with the quarterback. Results from these drills will lead to more completions and open up additional possibilities for your offense.

The video covers the intricacies of several different release techniques against bump man coverage, which will improve players' catching technique as they learn to fight for the ball when it's in the air. You'll receive detailed analysis of the six types of catches, the best time to use each one, and several drills to practice catching under different circumstances.

Regardless of the coverage your wide receivers face, they will be able to execute by leveraging the techniques used in this video. They will learn to take advantage of what the defense has given them by getting off the ball quicker, as well as how to catch the football in traffic. The sequencing of drills and skills provides you with an effective teaching methodology to ensure your players use the proper techniques.

62 minutes. 2015.



FD-04854A: featuring drills from James Burk, Steve Greatwood, Dan Roushar and Ed Warinner,

This video showcases a variety of essential drills used by offensive line coaches from some of the best programs in the nation including Oregon, Notre Dame and Michigan State.

Collected from Championship Productions' video library, these drills and schemes will provide you with a blueprint for success in the trenches. Each coach adds their own coaching style to the video, which makes it a unique combination of instruction from differing philosophies.

You'll learn 30 drills that teach skills such as stance, get-off, hand placement and footwork for drive, reach and cutoff blocks. Drills for pulling and trapping are covered, as well as zone blocking strategies. All blocks eventually turn into a drive block, which is a key technique that your players need to master to be successful.

Chutes, boards and sled drills are included as well. The importance of coaching linemen to finish the block is not overlooked, as the best teams in the country excel at playing through the whistle.

Developing a fundamentally sound offensive line will give any team the ability to run the football, opening up numerous options for the rest of your offense. Coaches and players of all levels looking to become dominant on the offensive line will find this video to be a valuable resource.

74 minutes. 2015.



FD-04854B: featuring Steve Greatwood, Brian Hughes, Dan Roushar, Ed Thomas and Ed Warinner

Championship Productions has compiled all the best run game concepts for offensive linemen into one video delivering the ultimate tool kit for your offensive line. Whether your linemen are in the development phase or just need a refresher, this collection of high level drills will provide quality instruction and reps.

Every lineman needs great first step technique to create explosion and power. The coaches in this video teach those initial steps and share drills for executing them properly and getting to the right spot off the snap. After development of the first step, you'll see drills that focus on executing different steps from various stances.

You'll also learn how to teach athletes to play through double teams, down blocks, reach blocks, pulls, skip pulls and short pulls. By conquering defensive stunts, your linemen will open up more holes for your backs to get up the field.

If you're looking to fine-tune your line this season, look no further than this compilation of the best offensive line skills and drills ever assembled. Whether you're coaching youth players or even a collegiate team, you'll find something in this video to help your run blocking.

119 minutes. 2015.



FD-04854C: featuring James Burk, Steve Greatwood, Brent Key and Ed Warinner

Championship Productions has raided their library of instructional videos and to create the ultimate tool kit for offensive line coaches who want to shore up their pass protection.

This video will help coaches at all levels quickly find specific areas they need to target to develop explosive and strong pass blockers. Even if you're at the top of your conference or division, refining technique with these high level drills will give your players the quality instruction and reps they need to keep improving.

The 40 drills included cover all schemes and styles and will provide a direct benefit to your players this season. If your players aren't trained correctly, they will fatigue quicker and be more susceptible to faltering in the second half of games.

This video is loaded with mirror drills, punch drills for hand-eye coordination, and lateral movement drills for molding your linemen into the best pass blocking group in your league. Powerhouse programs at the college and high school level have used these drills to maintain a high level of success on the field.

Every championship team starts and ends with a great offensive line. The drills in this collection will help any coach interested in improving and solidifying his pass protection.

91 minutes. 2015.



FD-04855A: featuring Paul Creighton, Dave Doeren, Brick Haley, Don Johnson, Greg Mark and Charlie Partridge

Championship Productions has pulled 40 of the best drills in its video library and assembled them into one product. This video provides numerous drills and techniques you can use to mold your athletes into productive pass rushers and run stuffers.

These drills will help your players develop the flexibility, hand movement, speed, quickness, strength, and leverage they need to plug the gaps in the run game and attack the quarterback in the passing game.

You'll see world-class instructors break down stance and start techniques, as well as innovative drills to make your athletes' first two steps quick and violent.

You'll learn a variety of ways to enhance sled work, as well as gain ideas on how to utilize shoots and agility bags. Train your players to create leverage and separation from the offensive line enabling them to get into space consistently and make more plays.

This video contains everything a defensive line coach needs to kick their unit up a notch. With drills and tips appropriate for all levels, there's not a more complete product on the market. Improve your team today!

104 minutes. 2015.



FD-04855B: featuring Ron Cooper, Dave Doeren, Chris Merritt, Mark Stoops, Robert Tucker and Seth Wallace

This video features a collection of 40 game-tested drills compiled from Championship Productions' videos.

You will learn proven drills that are well-suited for daily practice and be able to apply them to improve the skills and techniques of your team's defensive backs. Some of the skills covered include: footwork, block destruction, tackling, creating turnovers and coverage concepts.

Footwork

This segment details key footwork drills that any coach can use when teaching key concepts from basic stance to change of direction.

Block Destruction, Tackling and Turnovers

Block destruction, tackling and turnovers are the most critical component to any defensive strategy.

Included in this segment are the requisite steps in "Turning Over the Ball" - an approach that will teach your players how to recognize and leverage turnover opportunities.

In a step-by-step format appropriate for individual, group, and team instruction, the last half of this segment explains and demonstrates the fundamentals involved in sound tackling. These drills will help your players understand the importance of body position and leverage, while ensuring they are safe, aggressive tacklers.

Ball Skills and Man Defense

This segment helps develop your players' natural instincts to the ball. Players will learn to fight for the ball when it's in the air and not wait for the receiver to make the first move. You'll also assist your players with interception and batted ball production by implementing these practical drills.

For man defense, these drills help you control the wide receiver whether he's running an In, Out or Vertical route.

Zone, Scheme, Reads

Footwork, change-of-direction, and fundamental techniques involved in playing both man and zone coverage are all key factors included in this segment. You'll get tips on playing the fade and slant routes, as well as techniques that defensive backs can employ to read the three- and five-step drop.

Also reviewed are tips on how defensive backs can train their eyes to cover the field in halves and deep-third coverages.

This video is the definitive source for defensive back instruction at all levels. It provides you the necessary tools and knowledge-base to coach secondary players, whether you're facing a pass or run dominant offense.

63 minutes. 2015.



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Cover: individual and team defense drills & techniques
Individual and Team Defense Drills & Techniques
with Jon Torpey,
High Point University Head Coach;
2015 Southern Conference champions
Former associate head coach at Dartmouth and assistant at Denver University

The High Point men's lacrosse program started in 2010 with Jon Torpey as the program's first head coach. In just three season he led the program into the NCAA Tournament. One of the rising coaching stars in collegiate lacrosse, Torpey became the youngest person to be named Associate Head Coach when he was named to the position at the University of Denver. Prior to Denver, he coached at Division III Goucher College, taking their defensive unit from unranked to #13 in the country in three years.

High Point University head coach, Jon Torpey, provides techniques and drills that are designed to improve defensive stickwork in addition to working on defensive skills, individual on-ball and off-ball defense and team defense.

Wide-Grip and Open Field Ground Balls

Discover drills you can use to further develop a defenseman's most important skill: the ground ball. Wide-grip ground balls work on the scoop of a ground ball in traffic, while open field ground balls help out with clearing and in transition. Coach Torpey uses his players to demonstrate the drills and show how to incorporate passing and shooting into these drills.

On-Ball and Off-Ball Defense

Improve on approaching the ball carrier as Coach Torpey demonstrates several holds such as the V-Hold, Cross-Check hold, and defending areas around the field. He also works on off-ball defense, such as sliding to the help, helping on-ball side and off-ball side. You'll learn various drills that demonstrate these principles and show different situations to use these skills.

Building Team Defense

Coach Torpey puts these skills together to help build your team defense and your transition defense. He uses drills such as 3v2 and 4v4 Push-Pull, 4v4 Y and 4v4 Hub drills to practice these skills in a more team-oriented setting against different dodges on the field.

Coach Torpey will show you how to develop your defensemen and help them get the most out of their abilities!

61 minutes. 2016.

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