Championship Productions, Inc.
Features & Benefits
  • Go inside Pop Warner football practices
  • See basic outlines for an offensive and defensive practice planning
  • Learn position specific drills to build fundamentals
Featuring coaches from Pop Warner Football

Hit the practice field with Pop Warner Football!

Coaches from Pop Warner football present a detailed practice outline for an offensive, defensive and special teams practice day. Each practice contains periods for warm-up, position breakdown drills, schemes and live scrimmaging.

Pop Warner coaches and players walk you through each practice plan and demonstrate the drills using little to no contact.

The offensive practice day consists of:

  • QB Drills - Improve your quarterback's deep passing skills, quick passing and throwing on the run.
  • Linemen Drills - Learn the fundamental keys to engaging the defenders.
  • RB Drills - Work on collecting the hand-off and breaking the first tackle.
  • WR Drills - Learn to find the ball and use proper catching techniques.

In addition, you will see how to set-up a 7-on-7 passing skeleton drill for four basic pass plays. This drill will help your quarterback develop the skills he needs to read defenses, while developing timing with his receivers. You will also see tips and drills for the center exchange so the quarterback will "get the laces" every time.

The defensive practice day consists of:

  • Lineman Drills - Teach your d-line to fire off the ball, fight through the block and jam the inside hole.
  • LB Drills - Get your kids ready for contact and teach them how to step up and fill a hole.
  • DB Drills - Develop the drop step and teach your players to read and react to the quarterback.

Get a 7-on-7 coverage plan which allows you to work on two basic type of pass defenses - man-to-man and zone; as well as a tackling drill that will always keep your players in a good hitting position.

Make the most of your practice time this season with these great practice planning ideas from Pop Warner Football.

119 minutes. 2010

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