Mike Elder breaks down how coaches can build their program's value within their communities.
Yoga expert, Stacy McCarthy talks at the IDEA Yoga conference about Major League Yoga.
Working throughout the offseason, spring football, preseason and in-season to create common language for our players by giving tackling angles and drills purpose with data points to determine the most effective ways to implement a tackling plan.
Introduction to a new tackling series that includes an agile pad.
Helping quarterbacks make better decisions starts in the offseason and continues throughout every game night.
This DVD provides a breakdown of one and two back zones in an offense.
Trent Dilfer shares with the audiences his NFL journey and the lessons he learned while playing, parenting and coaching.
Coach McElroy shares his work with an effective screen game in his passing offense.
Mark Murphy and Brain Kight
South breaks down his expertise on the one-back, shotgun offense.
Pro Football Hall of Fame President and CEO David Baker discusses the importance of football
Dutton explains his approach to the 4-2/4-4 and his knowledge of coverages.
Packers CEO Mark Murphy introduces himself to the audience at the national conference explaining his background and the relationship he has had with coaching staff
Tom House explains the importance of flexibility for athletes.
Mike Singletary discusses how good coaching impacts a child's life
Dr. Jay Hoffman explains his expertise in the training of athletes.
Scott Hallenbeck delivers the keynote talk at the 2018 national conference
Coach Dean Campbell breaks down his expertise in various coverages in an eight-man front.
Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter opens up about what football means to him.
Coach Dave Jacobs introduces his Spread-Choice offense.
Use space, speed and flow to attack a defense's weaknesses.
Wolfe breaks down his defensive scheme of the 4-2-5.
Help your special teams units dictate momentum within the game.
Howard explains where his love of football came from and the impact his football coaches had on him.
RPOs don't have to be complex. A single play with a few concepts can sometimes be enough.
Coach Hammer describes his personal run scheme through the development of an effective GT or counter.
Strengthen how you communicate offensive play calling.
This DVD provides coaches techniques and drills to help their quarterbacks to develop in a spread system.
Practice the skills and techniques needed to run a successful 3-4 defense.
This DVD helps explain the flow screen package in an offense.
Universal truths that apply to all defenses when defending the spread.
This DVD helps explain a way to run the alley screen in an offense.
Sharpen your safety play in Cover 4.
DVD helps explain to coaches on new techniques of zone blitzes.
Chapter 5 of the USA Football Shoulder Tackle system: Thigh and Roll
This DVD shows several screen variations in a spread formation.
USA Football Shoulder Tackle system Chapter 4: Thigh and Drive
How to properly run the jet sweep while adjusting to multiple defensive fronts.
USA Football Shoulder Tackle system Chapter 3: Form Tackle
General footwork and fundamentals for young quarterbacks learning the spread system.
Shoulder Tackle system Chapter 2: Leverage
The implementation of the Wing-T into various formations on an offense.
USA Football Shoulder Tackle system Chapter 1: Fundamentals
General description of drills and basic fundamentals for pass protection.
Mike Martz breaks down what he sees as essential quarterback fundamentals during the 2017 USA Football National Conference
Tips towards running an effective up-tempo offense.
Scott Hallenbeck breaks down where the sport is and where it's going.
Install and description of the Single-Wing offense.
Two NFL legends discuss what high school football means to them.
Breakdown of Mauck's blocking concepts of draws and weak side zones
Merril Hoge tells football leaders from across the nation to Find a Way to accomplish their goals.
Overview of the spread offense and quarterback play at UW-Platteville.
Build a culture of risk management within your program.
A breakdown of how Koenning runs his offense at Mississippi State and what he wants from his quarterback.
Dr. Uzma Samadani discusses risk vs. reward based on scientific evidence.
Proper quarterback mechanics taught in a camp by Coach Jim Cantafio.
Former University of Miami head coach Al Golden tells youth football coaches that player habits - both good and bad - form when they are young.
Presents an in-depth analysis of the basic fundamentals and techniques necessary to execute the quarterback trap in the shotgun offense from one-back, two-back, and no-back formations. The DVD also details the companion plays that setup the quarterback trap, the inside-zone play, and the F-trap.
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.
Presents an in-depth analysis of the basic fundamentals and techniques necessary to execute the quarterback counter in the shotgun offense from one-back and two-back formations against multiple defensive fronts. The DVD also reviews the companion plays that setup the quarterback counter.
St. Ignatius High School (Cleveland, Ohio) head coach Chuck Kyle discusses coaching as being a lifelong vocation.
This DVD details how offensive teams can gain a numerical advantage in their passing game by employing a spacing-route concept, and also reviews the key factors involved in successfully utilizing this concept, and covers topics such as ball sit flat, sit flat corner, and ball sit flat corner.
Watch how the St. Louis Rams execute on the goal line to punch it in agains the San Francisco 49ers.
This DVD reviews the key factors involved in implementing an explosive read game from the shotgun, from understanding the reads to teaching the mesh, and details the steps to a successful shotgun read game, and covers topics such as pre snap alignment, read plays, and film cut ups.
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.
This DVD explains the key factors of utilizing the zone run game in the spread offense and explains how coaches use this scheme..
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.
This DVD provides an overview of how teams can successful employ multiple one-back formations to effectively run the jet sweep. It covers both balanced and unbalanced one-back formations, as well as covering topics such as film cut ups, blocking rules for play, and balanced one back formations.
Dr. Chris Carr of St. Vincent Sports Performance discusses how coaches can help players new to football overcome the initial fear that often occurs.
This DVD reviews the key factors in successfully executing four complementary running plays to the jet sweep. It provides a detailed overview of the blocking rules for each play, and also discusses how the plays can be effectively utilized as a series to attack defenses, with topics covered such as dive play, scissor play, and reverse play blocking rules.
USA Football Medical Advisory Committee Director Dr. Stanley Herring breaks down the current science and understanding of CTE.
This DVD offers an explanation and demonstration of the fundamentals and techniques that make the jet sweep and green-light fly sweep different, using only one formation, and covering on the field demonstrations.
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.
This DVD presents a detailed overview of this innovative system that features multiple looks, while retaining the integrity of the buck, fly, and jet sweep. It covers play diagrams, and on the field demonstrations.
Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano offers advice to youth and high school coaches on the right way to mold young players.
This DVD presents an overview of installing, implementing, and executing the Flying Wing-T offense, featuring four different videos such as, The Base Plan, Fly Till They Cry, and Play-Action Pass.
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.
This DVD explains the key factors of sound wide receivers and explains drills and techniques to improve those factors.
San Francisco Assistant Athletic Trainer Laura Schnettgoecke outlines ways that youth organizations and high schools can develop and implement a lightning safety policy.
This DVD provides an overview of the underlying concepts involved in handling defensive pressure while employing this particular offensive system, and covers subjects such as crossing routes, route adjustments, mesh routes, and vertical passes.
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.
This DVD reviews the basic formations that can be effectively utilized in this particular offensive system and details the key personnel attributes that are required for each offensive position, and discusses topics such as tight end sets, bunch formation, and personnel formations.
Urine color is the simplest way to teach young athletes how to know when they are properly hydrated or need additional fluids.
This DVD presents an invaluable resource that coaches whose teams employ the spread offense can use to develop their offensive linemen, featuring an overview of the key factors involved in sound offensive line play, such as squares, stance and start, replacement step, and pass set demeanor.
Dr. Douglas Casa of the Korey Stringer Institute discussed crisis management during the 2016 USA Football National Conference.
Presents an overview of the philosophies, schemes, and fundamentals involved in sound special teams play. Featuring the key factors that have helped Oakridge High School become one of the top gridiron programs in the state of Michigan, the DVD addresses each of the essential aspects of special teams play. The DVD also reviews a sample practice plan for special teams.
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.
This DVD features an overview of an armband "cheat" sheet that coaches can give to their players. It provides an overview of schematics that will detail the entire defense of a team, including individual assignments on any given play.
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.
This DVD details the key factors involved in incorporating and executing a passing attack in an explosive offense out of a trips formation. It covers subjects such as personnel, pass protection, sprint out, quick game, combination routes, and slip screen series.
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.
This DVD provides a comprehensive overview of this deceptive, powerful run game, referred to by a multitude of names (the fly, jet, and speed sweep). It involves a motioning wide receiver getting a handoff at full speed giving him an advantage over the pursuing 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.
This DVD presents an overview of the steps that coaches can take to install and execute in a trips offense and into a no-huddle format. It covers topics such as the armband, ways to stop the clock, and stoplight tempo.
Teach defensive backs how to run backward and change directions.
This DVD presents an overview of the 30-stack pressure coverage packages, including alignments and assignments, coverages, and position-specific rules.
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.
Details various options against offensive sets using 4-3 and 30-stack defensive fronts. The DVD also reviews various coverage schemes with checks that can be employed against both types of sets. In addition, stunts and blitzes that can be used against the spread and no-back sets are explained and demonstrated.
Dr. Douglas Casa of the Korey Stringer Institute speaks during a breakout session during the 2016 USA Football National Conference.
Overview of the 3-4 defense against the run looks at the key factors involved in stopping the run with the 3-4.