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.
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.
Learn how to run a 5-2 defense in the 5-2 football defense with expert football tips and advice from a former football player in this free football defense video series.
Learn how to hold the ball correctly and switch hands while running with the football.
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!
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 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.
For many youth football coaches, especially those who lack experience, managing a game can be a massive challenge. This video features tips from a real high school football coach on how to manage a game effectively. These include making sure that every player knows where they need to be at all times, keeping written notes of what is going on in the game, and keeping your head in tough in-game situations.
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...
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.
Learn how to utilize this explosive crossover football drill in order to improve balance and athletic position, while keeping your core stable.
This is a great series for anyone who is or is thinking of becoming a running back or half back. Our expert will go through every aspect of the positions from possible stances to how to hold the ball as you run to breaking tackles. There are also more advanced moves covered that pros use such as the spin move and the stiff arm. If you can master these there is no stopping you! Become a high school running back - Part 1 of 18.
In this tutorial, we learn how to throw a football by learning the basics. Basic fundamentals will help you throw the ball properly and play better. Your grip is the key to playing football correctly. The ball should be help by the thumb with the other fingers on the opposite side. There should be air underneath the palm in the middle of the side of the ball. As you release the ball, you will see the last finger that touches the ball is the pointer finger. Practice holding the ball correctly,...
This how to video shows you how to catch a football properly with Vinny. This will be useful if you always drop your catches when tossing a football around. First, you will want to keep your eye on the ball. Next, extend your arms towards the ball. From there, make a target for the thrower. This will make it easier for them to throw the ball to you. Next, tuck and run once you catch the ball. Practice these steps all together until you can catch the football each time you are thrown one. This...
Do you want to watch your football soar through the air in a perfect spiral like the pros? A little technique with your hands and fingers goes a long way. Follow these easy steps and you'll be rifling the ball in no time! Throw a 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.
In this instructional video series, learn how to play a 6-2 defense. Understand how the game works, with an introduction to the basic rules and objectives, as well as a rundown of the offensive and defensive positions on the field. Lessons also include skills and techniques for beginner offensive and defensive players: how to carry the ball, throw a pass, block effectively, punt, and make a solid hand off.
This short video features all-time-great NFL quarterback Peyton Manning describing one of the steps in his pregame warmup routine. It involves throwing the ball with your feet static and close together. This get the arm as warm as possible by taking the leg action out of throwing the ball.
One of the best ways for a defensive player to make a big play is making an interception. This is generally the purvey of defensive backs, but some of the best linebackers are great at intercepting the ball as well. This video features NFL linebacker Donnie Edwards working on interception instincts with some young players at a camp. Increase your impact on the game by following these tips.
Learn how to use a football drill that develops good timing between quarterbacks and receivers and helps the quarterback lead the receiver.
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 explode correctly from the ready position when playing football. This video shows you how to teach correct footwork for pulling guards and players in motion.
One of the most overlooked aspects of the game of football is long snapping, despite the fact that its easy to learn, and its easy to perform correctly and consistently. Failure to properly long snap is what causes failure in most football games, so learning the technique in this video will help you coach your children youth players. Learning how to long snap is especially important for punting the ball.
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...
Learn how to improve your quickness and agility on the football field with the help of these jump rope workouts.
Learn how to practice handoff techniques for both quarterback and running back.
This video tutorial is in the Sports category which will show you how to properly throw a football. First ensure the football is the correct size for the thrower's hand. You can't throw without a proper grip. To get a proper grip the middle finger should be on and parallel to the white stripe on the football. The 4th and 5th fingers should be on the laces. The index finger must be separated from the middle finger and be parallel to the seam. While throwing, the thumb should be pointing downwa...
Colt McCoy is poised to become one of the next great quarterback in the NFL. In this video, he works at a football camp, teaching quarterbacks like you how to do a three-step drop more effectively. The three-step drop is the basis of most quarterbacks movement, so doing it properly is key, and doing the drill in this video will help you do just that.
Petyon Manning is the greatest pure passer of the football playing quarterback in the world today. In this short video, Peyton offers some tips for aspiring quarterbacks on how to grip a football correctly, how to handle a snap, and how to throw a tight spiral. You may not do these things as consistently as Peyton after watching this video, but if you practice enough, who knows?
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.
In this how to video, you will learn how to properly throw a football. You will need a football to do this task. First, position your feet parallel to your shoulders while you are getting ready to throw. Place one hand on the lace and the other on the opposite side. From here, pull your elbow and the football behind your ear ready to throw. Now, put each step into one quick motion to complete the throw. Keep on practicing this to get the perfect throw down. This video offers great advice in s...
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.
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 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 perform this jump and stick drill in order to improve your speed and agility on the football field.
Learn the correct positions and techniques for a quarterback when pitching the ball to the running back.
Learn how to practice a good football drill for both runners and tacklers - the wave drill.
Learn how to use the weak side guards to create a hole for the quarterback in this trap block play.
Learn how to execute the basic flag or slant-out passing patterns when coaching football.