Use space, speed and flow to attack a defense's weaknesses.
Developing strategic mental and physical in-season preparations for football
Help your special teams units dictate momentum within the game.
Yoga routine for core body-development in football players to increase balance, strength, and flexibility.
RPOs don't have to be complex. A single play with a few concepts can sometimes be enough.
Plyometric and agility circuits for football
Strengthen how you communicate offensive play calling.
A Yoga routine that increases core abdominal and lower-body strength, and flexibility in football players.
Practice the skills and techniques needed to run a successful 3-4 defense.
This video reviews why coaches should make their team’s training programs more functional, and covers topics such as trunk training risistance training, conditioning, and ways to determing the focus of training areas.
Universal truths that apply to all defenses when defending the spread.
A resource for coaches who want to evaluate the fitness level of their athletes/
Sharpen your safety play in Cover 4.
Speed and strength training programs for football.
Chapter 5 of the USA Football Shoulder Tackle system: Thigh and Roll
The fundamentals of agility for football
USA Football Shoulder Tackle system Chapter 4: Thigh and Drive
Martial arts training workouts for the offensive line
USA Football Shoulder Tackle system Chapter 3: Form Tackle
Skill development for wide reciever and defensive backs through martial arts training techniques.
Shoulder Tackle system Chapter 2: Leverage
Option game in the spread offense.
USA Football Shoulder Tackle system Chapter 1: Fundamentals
Mike Martz breaks down what he sees as essential quarterback fundamentals during the 2017 USA Football National Conference
Beating man and zone blitzes.
Scott Hallenbeck breaks down where the sport is and where it's going.
No-huddle spread offense.
Two NFL legends discuss what high school football means to them.
Beat cover 2.
Merril Hoge tells football leaders from across the nation to Find a Way to accomplish their goals.
Converting on 3rd down.
Build a culture of risk management within your program.
Dr. Uzma Samadani discusses risk vs. reward based on scientific evidence.
Former University of Miami head coach Al Golden tells youth football coaches that player habits - both good and bad - form when they are young.
Force defenders to over or under-pursue.
Pittsburgh Steelers General Manager Kevin Colbert discusses why youth coaches should be focused on teaching players the sport and building a foundation for the future - not wins and losses.
Play-action passing game off the option attack.
St. Ignatius High School (Cleveland, Ohio) head coach Chuck Kyle discusses coaching as being a lifelong vocation.
Practice plan and game plan.
Watch how the St. Louis Rams execute on the goal line to punch it in agains the San Francisco 49ers.
Develop the skill level of their players.
The slant route is a difficult throw for many young quarterbacks as the pass is sent to a window where the receiver will soon be, often before the receiver is even out of his break.
Have practices be as productive as possible.
Football is the most popular sport in the United States. It also is a gateway to opportunities for many young athletes who play it, whether for just a few seasons or through the highest levels.
Manage the tempo of the game.
Dr. Chris Carr of St. Vincent Sports Performance discusses how coaches can help players new to football overcome the initial fear that often occurs.
Building a successful football program.
USA Football Medical Advisory Committee Director Dr. Stanley Herring breaks down the current science and understanding of CTE.
Certified athletic trainers work on the front lines of athletic events, providing everything from injury prevention to emergency care to clinical diagnosis. This video from the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society and Indianapolis Colts shares how they can help your league or school.
Feel and perform like a champion.
Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano offers advice to youth and high school coaches on the right way to mold young players.
Through its National Practice Guidelines for Youth Tackle Football, USA Football is further redefining what constitutes a proper youth football practice by setting a daily full-contact limit of 30 minutes and identifying what full contact is.
Ownership and accountability.
San Francisco Assistant Athletic Trainer Laura Schnettgoecke outlines ways that youth organizations and high schools can develop and implement a lightning safety policy.
MRSA is a bacterial infection and an increasing risk in athletic populations but one that parents, coaches and players can take simple measures to combat. This video from the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society and Indianapolis Colts shares how they can help your league or school.
Three basic pass coverages in the 3-4.
Urine color is the simplest way to teach young athletes how to know when they are properly hydrated or need additional fluids.
Overview of the 3-4 scheme.
Dr. Douglas Casa of the Korey Stringer Institute discussed crisis management during the 2016 USA Football National Conference.
Defensive backs in the 3-4 defensive scheme.
Former NFL and college coach Terry Shea introduces the workouts he uses with his QBs, including how to build balance and movement with this shuffling drill.
3-4 defensive scheme.
Former University of Georgia head coach Mark Richt says that people who start seeing football as a chore should go back to when they were younger and remember what caused them to fall in love with it in the first place.
Defend the spread offense with the 3-4.
Safe plays can still be productive if everyone does their jobs. Watch as the New England Patriots convert a third-and-17 because blockers got out front and cleared space for the running back.
Cover 3 package for a 3-4 defense.
Everyone sees the big throw and the big catch, but it's all the little things that makes this long gain by the Atlanta Falcons come together.
Teach defensive backs how to run backward and change directions.
Techniques involved in the 3-4 defense.
When coaching youth football, it is important to keep it simple. John Fox coached the game at the highest level, formerly as the head coach of the Denver Broncos. He said the role of youth football coaches is vital to what he and fellow NFL coaches do.
Technique for defensive linemen and linebackers.
Dr. Douglas Casa of the Korey Stringer Institute speaks during a breakout session during the 2016 USA Football National Conference.
Base pressure package in the 3-4.
David Wilson pregame speech
Sound special teams play.
Motivated players are the by-product of an environment in which they are excited and learning, said Dr. Chris Carr, a sports psychologist at St. Vincent Sports Performance in Indianapolis.
Effective kickoff coverage.
Former NFL and college coach Terry Shea introduces the workouts he uses with his QBs, including how to perform a proper stance arrow.
Take advantage of space when punting.
USA Football Medical Advisory Committee Director Dr. Stanley Herring breaks down the current science and understanding of concussions.
Return punts effectively.
Former NFL and college coach Terry Shea introduces the workouts he uses with his QBs, including how to evade a rush and keep the eyes downfield.
Enhancing the skills of a team’s punt-coverage unit.
Teach defensive linemen how to explode their hips and create separation from a would-be blocker. USA Football and the Green Bay Packers present a series of drills that are applicable to any level of the sport.
Generate big plays in a team’s punt-return game.
Watch how Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers take advantage of one-on-one coverage to strike for a big play.
Generate big plays in their team’s kickoff-return game.
Quick feet help football players develop balance, rhythm and coordination while being a crucial part of the Buzz portion of Heads Up Tackling. The goal is to transfer power from the glutes to the balls of the feet while closing in on would-be ball-carriers.
Scouting an opponent’s kicking game.
Former NFL and college coach Terry Shea introduces the workouts he uses with his QBs. In this knee down passing drill, quarterbacks work on grip, release point, shoulder rotation and targeting.
Offensive line techniques.
Teach offensive linemen how to properly execute a hand strike in pass protection. USA Football and the Carolina Panthers present a series of drills the Panthers use that are applicable to any level of the sport.
Successful run blocking.