In this tutorial, learn how to arrange a double wing offense for your kids' football team. This strategy is easy for kids to understand and will help you win your games. You can use this offensive lineup in any type of football, but it's great for a pee-wee league. Check it out and be undefeated!
Believe it or not, coaching peewee football can actually be harder than coaching major league ball. Adults, with their overblown egos, are usually hard to work with, but children can be even tougher to deal with. Adults are focused. Kids are not. So, if you want to learn how to become a better sports coach for the little ones, this video will show you how.
Training young athletes to improve their conditioning is vitally important to improving their performance and preventing injuries. This video spotlights one schools inseason conditioning program, called the County Fair workout. It includes such drills as flipping tires, pulling tires, and ladder drills, which improve your athletes physical abilities as well as their team cohesion.
You can learn the 60 football base defense. It is a great defense for youth football, but everything changes when you blitz. Corners stay at home, linebackers take a step back, and safeties play pass only.
While everyone wants to run or pass the football, it's the five members of the offensive line who make that happen. They block for the running back and protect a quarterback. If you have linemen who can dominate the line of scrimmage, then you can win a game of football. Control the line of scrimmage.
In this football how-to video series, learn how to punt the football from expert punter and collegiate football player John Millar. John will teach you all about punting including when to punt, what to do after a punt, the proper footwork for a punt, how to fake a punt, and how to line up for a punt.
Learn how to play and run a 4-4 defense with expert football tips from a former football player in this free video series on playing defense.
Learn how to execute the basic 5 and out passing pattern when coaching football.
Catch a good pass defense off-guard with the classic flea-flicker. Tip: Once the defense sees the running back with the ball, they'll think it's a running play and lose track of the receivers. Did you know? University of Illinois coach Bob Zuppke is credited for inventing the flea flicker in the 1910's.
Improve your football game and your value to the team by memorizing and ready to execute your football playbook. Standard memorizing tools like flash cards and practice will help get you through any size playbook.
The spread offense is the newest, most exciting offense to come out of college football. It creates a lot of exciting big plays and confounds more old-fashioned defensive formations and coaching. This video explains some of the basic formations and techniques of the spread offense so that you can use it to improve the performance of you 11-12 year old's football team. If Jim Tressel can't figure out how to stop it, the opposing coach that you are facing in your youth's league probably won't b...
Blocking is the single most important part of offensive football. Before there was passing or catching, there was blocking, and it is the only thing that is a part of every single offensive play on the field. This video for youth football coaches demonstrates the fundamental of proper blocking and how to teach these fundamentals to young football players.
Learn how to practice handoff techniques for both quarterback and running back.
Football is a dangerous sport, but playing smart and safe is the key to making sure you're not being hauled of the football field on a stretcher or in a neck brace. It's not one-hundred percent preventable, but how do you minimize the risk of potential deadly injuries to young football players? This video will show coaches a few drills to teach their young athletes to minimize catastrophic neck injuries. And the key is staying low at the line.
Learn how to run a nickel defense with expert tips and advice on NFL football in this free video series.
Learn how to utilize this explosive crossover football drill in order to improve balance and athletic position, while keeping your core stable.
If you want to track your fantasy football team's performance on game days, take a look at this video from ESPN discussing the Fantasy Cast application on the iPad or computer and the mobile webpage that will allow you to track your team's points instantly, across all games that are occuring on that day. No matter what, you'll be able to know how your ESPN fantasy football team is performing.
If you're interested in joining or creating a fantasy football league, take a look at this guide on how to use leagues in ESPN Fantasy Football and learn the differences between the leagues. You can choose to play in a public or private league, depending on if you want to limit your fantasy league to your friends and family or if you want to play against other team owners you meet online.
Jerry Phillips teaches us how to kick a field goal in this tutorial. To begin, take three steps behind the football that is laying flat on the ground. Next, take two steps to the left. After this, kick the ball half way on the ball towards the bottom half. You want to hit the bone on your foot in just the correct spot and not hit your toes when you are kicking. With practice, you can kick a field goal in no time. Just keep practicing the placement of your foot and what part of it you use to k...
Shaun Alexander was a great NFL running back for a long time. In this video, he takes some time out of his schedule to provide advice to young running back on how to take a hit. This is one of the biggest parts of a running back's job, so learning how to do it properly is crucial.
Shaun Alexander was an amazingly productive NFL running back. In this video, he takes some time to explain for young running backs how to hold the ball properly, protecting it from the defense and potential fumbles. Proper finger positioning and placing the body between opponents and the ball are both crucial elements.
The shoulder pads and helmet are the iconic pieces of gear that every football player wears in every game. This video teaches you, as a football coach or parent of a football player, how to make sure your charge or charges wear properly fitting shoulder pad to maximize safety. As the video says, the shoulder pads are the easiest piece of football equipment to fit, but making sure they fit properly is still vitally important to prevent injuries to the chest and shoulders.
The helmet is the most important part of football padding and safety equipment, especially in light of recent research into the prevalence and lasting effects of concussions on football players. This video features an explanation of how to properly select and fit a helmet for young football player. As it says, the most important thing is proper tightness, as a loose helmet is a leading cause of concussions.
If you're a pee wee coach, you know that coaching kids is a tough job. Children can even be more difficult to work with than adults, but it's the best time to shape them into a great sportsman… and to get faster!
You can impress your friends this summer by learning how to throw a football like a pro in just four simple steps. In this video, Texas Tech Quarterback Graham Harrell demonstrates how to throw a perfect spiral. By following his instructions on the perfect grip, stance, throwing position, and follow through, you will improve your game in no time. But before you head out to try your new moves, don't forget Grahams final and most important tip, have fun! Throw a perfect football spiral like Gra...
For quarterbacks who want a competitive advantage over their opponents, Dub Maddox shows, how to throw a football using playaction. Maddox reiterates throughout the tutorial the importance of set, show, snap, and sell when learning the handoff of the football. With a step-by-step live-action tutorial and real game examples, Maddox shows ,how the four key steps are used in games. Those four key terms provide the foundation of mechanics that a quarterback must exercise on every run play if he o...
Step 1: Score! Watch for the referee signaling a touchdown, field goal, extra point, or successful try by raising their arms straight up over their head. Raising their hands above their head with palms together signals a safety.
Learn about decoy routes and blocking with expert tips and advice from a former professional football player in this free online American football video series.
Learn how to play and run a 3-3 defense with expert tips and advice on NFL football in this free video series.
Learn how to catch a football including how to run a slant and a sitting route, how to get your hands and body ready to catch a football and more with expert football tips in this free online sports instruction video series.
Learn how to use this breakdown drill for helping the football players get used to good hitting positions.
Learn how to improve your core power in order to reach your full athletic potential with the help of this medicine ball drill.
Learn how to use linear and lateral run/slide drills in order to achieve better control and balance of your body, working both legs equally. A must for all football and soccer players.
Learn how to start any play with the correct ready position for football. This basic stance can also be used for basketball or baseball.
Learn a core set of drills that can be used to develop a player's conditioning and strength during the football season.
Learn how to use a football drill that develops good timing between quarterbacks and receivers and helps the quarterback lead the receiver.
While there are many different ways to catch a football pass, the general idea is to keep your arms and hands up and out in front of you.
Learn how to develop good trap blocking technique for playing football.
Learn how to use the fire off drill - a drill that develops conditioning and quickness of the ball, even in the football off-season.
Learn to improve your speed and response time on the football field with the help of these excellent speed drills.