Ed Warinner presents a very detailed and thorough instructional video that will help your lineman become better pass blockers.
Using the combat zone system, he shows why moving the defense outside and over the quarterback is essential for keeping the defense out of the quarterback's "launch zone" and creating throwing lanes underneath.
Descriptions and drills showing the significance of the post foot and kick foot positions are a key instrument to ensure your linemen stay square and force the defender to the outside. Other points of emphasis in Warinner's drills include proper steps, punch placement and blow delivery, defeating the spin move and passing off a defender in a twist move.
Every drill shown can be used every week during the season, as well as in the off season to keep your quarterback on his feet and healthy.
Warinner also touches on a unique weight room session that shows how the drills used during practice are also effective weight training workouts.
Warinner does a fantastic job of incorporating video, on-field demonstration and the whiteboard into his presentation to give you a specific and thorough understanding of his spread passing game concepts. His drills will help you fine tune blocking assignments for the spread pass game versus different defensive fronts and blitzes you will see on the field.
This pass blocking approach has been very successful for Warinner, producing some of the most effective offenses in recent college football.
60 minutes. 2010.
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