Helping quarterbacks make better decisions starts in the offseason and continues throughout every game night.
The DVD is an instructional tool for coaches who want to improve their ability to teach and develop their quarterbacks in a way that their quarterbacks are better prepared to meet the demands and challenges of their position
How to develop sound quarterback play
Presents a comprehensive overview of the three basic trajectories that quarterbacks must be able to employ when passing the ball. In an easy-to-understand and -apply manner, the DVD explains and demonstrates the basic fundamentals and techniques involved in each type of trajectory and for what type of route should it be used.
Presents a detailed overview of the proper mechanics for passing the football. In an easy-to-understand, step-by-step manner, the DVD explains and demonstrates the fundamentals and techniques involved in throwing the football—both from a set position and on the run.
Reviews the basic fundamentals involved in sound quarterback play—from taking a snap to moving to the setup point. In a step-by-step manner, the DVD explains and demonstrates how coaches can enhance the ability of their quarterbacks to execute these key aspects of a quarterback play. The DVD also provides developmental drills for teaching each essential factor.
This DVD emphasizes the importance of simple passing game for quarterbacks of less skill in all coverages.
Presents a detailed overview of the fundamentals, mechanics, and techniques involved in sound quarterback play. The DVD explains and demonstrates what coaches can do to enhance the ability of their quarterback to pass the ball effectively.
Provides coaches with a simple step-by-step system for teaching their quarterbacks how to read coverages. Featuring one of the most respected quarterback coaches in the game, the DVD offers pre- and post-snap checklists for quarterbacks. The DVD utilizes a PowerPoint presentation, as well as game film cut-ups, to reinforce its primary points.
This DVD explains how to properly throw the football and how a quarterbacks qualities should be.
This video reviews the different drills and fundamentals used to develop the passing game for a high school football program
A detailed overview of the concepts, principles, and fundamentals involved in establishing an effective passing attack from a spread formation.
Drills for quarterbacks to improve the key factors of sound footwork.
How to coach and teach the average high school player the basic techniques and skills of football, and underlines the importance of coaching with positive reinforcement
Provides an overview of the fundamental lower-body mechanics involved in effective quarterback play.
his video addresses a number of factors, including an overall calendar for “quarterback school,” an outline of the daily agenda, qualities of a great quarterback, and covers topics suchas daily agenda, passing game, QB calendar, and philosophical issues.
Basic quarterback running plays from the shotgun formation.
Basic advantages of using a spread offense.
Developing elite play within the quarterback position.
Three trajectories that quarterbacks use when passing.
How coaches can build a power running offense.
This video reviews the different aspects of developing a running game plan that can be executed on game day.
An in-depth overview of the outside-zone slant play, a play that is the base outside-zone, handoff run of the I-formation series, and covers topics such as th advantages of the I-Formation, basic running game, and base fronts.
An in-depth overview of the I-formation running game, as well as a comprehensive study of the fullback-belly play, and covers topics such as the advantages of the I-Formation, numbering system and alignment, base fronts, and coverages.
An in-depth review of the tailback counter, the base misdirection run of the I-formation series, and covers topics such as base system, alignment, line splits, receiver splits, base fronts, counter play, and base runs.
An in depth introduction to the I formation running game, as well as a comprehensive study of the toss sweep, and some topics covered are base system, alignment, line splits, receiver splits, base fronts, and base coverages.
Develop and utilize the skills of the running back.
Playside and backside blocking assignments in the diamond offense.
Get your running back involved in the passing game.
Build running backs from the ground up.
Fred Bouchard outlines a teaching system for offensive skill positions
How to use single back protection.
Call zone runs from multiple formations.
Single back formations offer a wide variety within the passing game.
Teach your running backs how to run the inside zone.
Winning Running Back Drills presents an invaluable compilation of proven drills that are designed to help coaches improve their team’s level of running back play.
In step-by-step detail, the video discusses the fundamentals and techniques involved in sound running back play and offers a series of proven drills for developing each key attribute.
Running back Play in the Pistol Offense looks at the three things the running backs have to good at to play the position successfully in the pistol offense: ball security (win the turnover battle); balance (maintain proper body position); and blow ‘em up (get the extra yard).
Winning Running Back Drills and Technique presents an easy-to-use resource for coaches who want to enhance the level of skill and technique of their running backs.
Running Back Pass-Protection Concepts and Drills for the Zone Offense explains how coaches can effectively employ running backs in their team’s pass protection.
Use space, speed and flow to attack a defense's weaknesses.
This DVD offers an exceptional resource for coaches who want to enhance the play of their tight ends, and provides a comprehensive resource of the key factors involved in sound tight end play, and covers topics such as efficiency, strength, mental toughness, trey block, six block, and the desirable attributes of tight ends.
This DVD reviews and demonstrates the two different types of break points, the speed cut for a 3-step passing game, as well as the standard cut for an intermediate passing game, it also covers subjects such as body demeanor, step pattern, chin back, upper body positioning, slant pattern, and drills.
A detailed look at how to teach your receivers.
How to coach and teach the average Pop Warner or high school player some of the basic skills and techniques of football, with an emphasis on coaching with positive reinforcement.
Wide receiver blocking and releasing.
Three things that wide receivers have to be good at to play the position successfully in the pistol offense.
Learn the three keys for receivers in this formation.
Build a fundamentally sound receiver from the ground up.
An overview of the key factors involved in the most common route in football, the “post-dig-cross” route, also known as the clear route, and covers subjects such as bracket, variations, tb check down, and practice.
A resource for coaches who want to implement a pass route to their top players, and covers topics such as complementary receivers, choice route, quarterback reads and the basic concept of choice.
Urban Meyer outlines wide receiver fundamentals
Sonny Detmer details goal line offense in his passing system.
Sonny Detmer details 60 tag routes with motion in his passing system.
Set your baseline for teaching the passing game.
A breakdown of what makes receivers successful.
Improve your receivers' skills.
Game-tested drills for developing the route-running skills and techniques of receivers
Receiver-Release Drills presents an overview of the key factors involved when receivers attempt to gain separation from their defender.
This DVD presents an overview of the steps that coaches can take to develop sound offensive line play in the no-huddle double-wing fly offense, and features a series of game-tested drills that are designed to enhance the key offensive line skills and techniques in the no-huddle double-wing fly.
This DVD presents a detailed overview of offensive line fundamentals including stunts, twists and blitz pick ups for coaches of all competitive levels.
The DVD presents a series of game-tested developmental drills as they relate to successful execution of the center’s role on both run-blocking assignments and pass protection.
This DVD offers a detailed overview of the basic blocks commonly employed by offensive linemen in the Wing-T offense, featuring two separate videos, this DVD reviews how each block should be performed.
This DVD provides an in-depth overview of the basic steps involved in teaching offensive linemen how to utilize zone-blocking rules and techniques to dominate the line of scrimmage on outside zone-running plays. The DVD is designed to help coaches and athletes at all levels of competition better understand the key skills and fundamentals involved in effective line play in the zone offense.
Designed to help coaches and athletes at all levels of competition better understand the key skills and fundamentals involved in effective line play in the zone offense. The DVD presents an overview of the basics of teaching offensive linemen how to utilize zone-blocking rules and techniques to dominate the line of scrimmage on inside zone-running plays.
This DVD presents pass protection techniques for offenses utilizing the five step drop, including skills, techniques, and game tested drills.
Training offensive linemen in and out of season.
This DVD details the key factors involved in coaching young offensive linemen, focusing on three key elements of sound offensive line play, squaring the shoulders, keeping the feet active, as well as fit position, stance, footwork, contact, and drive.
This DVD provides a series of game-tested drills that are designed to enhance the basic fundamentals and techniques involved in pass blocking effectively with subjects covered such as individual drills, group drills, 1 on 1 pass protection, and double screen.
This DVD offers a series of game-tested drills that are designed to develop the fundamentals and techniques involved in sound run blocking, featuring run-blocking drills that utilize a variety of equipment, as well as topics covered such as individual drills, drive block progression, and group drills.
This video demonstrates how to coach and teach the average Pop Warner or high school player some of the basic skills and techniques of football, and demonstrates feedback that should be given to the players so that they gain a positive feeling that they are learning and improving.
Basic offensive drills that youth football coaches can employ in their practices to develop the key skills and abilities involved in sound offensive play, and covers topics such as agility drills, catching the football, agility drills, and drills to teach blocking.
Martial arts training workouts for the offensive line
Offensive line techniques.
Successful run blocking.
Run-game blocking by offensive linemen.
Effective offensive line play in the zone offense.
Building an explosive offensive line.
Sound offensive line play.
This DVD presents a detailed overview of the basic formations that are utilized in the no-huddle double-wing fly offense, as well as the base plays that can be employed out of each of the various formation.
e DVD also reviews how making everything “look like, feel like, and taste like” the option will help train the defense to run and play assignment football, which will provide the offense with a distinct advantage.
This DVD presents an invaluable overview of the key factors involved in an effective screen package, and offers position-specific tips concerning the role and responsibilities of the various offensive players on a screen play.
This DVD reviews two proven schemes for providing effective pass protection in the five-step passing game, the first segment of the DVD focuses on “six-man base protection,” and second segment of the DVD addresses “six-man dual protection,”.
This DVD explains how teams can execute the power play from multiple shotgun sets and formations, utilizing motion and misdirection, and covers subjects such as game clips, route, power schemes, counter game clips, and power play action game clips.
This DVD presents a detailed overview of advanced routes for the quick passing game, and is appropriate for coaches and teams at all competitive levels, amoung topics covered are 97-197 short route, 94-194 stop route, 68 B short deep/short call, and 96 B slant zone/man call.
These two extended play DVDs feature presentations from the two day NSCA Youth Fitness Symposium, and cover topics such as med ball for all, over training, teaching olympic lifts, and sand bag training for youth.
The DVD explains and illustrates how using various tempos and personnel groups in the no-huddle offense limits the structure and complexity of schemes defenses will employ.
This DVD reviews the values of the shuffle pass in the spread offense.
This DVD provides a detailed overview of the key factors involved in effectively running the outside zone option from a shotgun formation, and explains how this play can be used in an up-tempo offense to stretch defenses, as well as covering progression drills, alignments and drills, outside zone rules, and two back formations.
This DVD explains how to teach the fundamentals and techniques involved in the jet sweep, while demanding less maintenance than the traditional buck sweep, from footwork and backfield landmarks to blocking assignments for the offensive line, the DVD reviews the key factors in installing the jet sweep, and covers topics such as handoff technique, backfield landmarks, and offensive line blocking ass
This DVD features four separate video programs, and is a comprehensive resource for coaches on both sides of the ball, by providing guide for teaching shotgun spread dropback passing, shotgun spread play action passing, and shotgun spread run games.
This DVD explains both the key skills and the art involved in offensive game planning, from initial film scouting through the development of the play-calling card that coaches use on the sideline during a game.
This DVD offers a step-by-step, simplified system for developing a multiple pro-style offense, and covers many topics such as the basic principles of pass offense, built in constraints, how many pass routes are enough, and structuring the passing game.
How to get the best offensive players on the field and generate the most success for the program
This DVD is designed to serve as an invaluable resource for coaches who want to incorporate a dropback-passing game in their team's spread offense, and also reviews the key factors involved in achieving this objective, with subjects covered such as fast screens, shovel screens, and rocket screens.
This DVD explains passing game protection plays that are easy to use and explains that they should fit the quarterback.
The DVD details how a condensed offensive package of four run plays and two pass plays can be employed to successfully attack opponents.
An overview of how coaches can adapt to the spin series
This DVD reviews how a two tight end system can be beneficial for a team's balance of defense and offense.