Coach Johnson demonstrates wide receiver drills that improve and promote finger dexterity, hand-eye coordination, a lower center of gravity, and proper stance and start. Johnson points out common errors and incorrect techniques while he teaches the proper way to catch the football. This football video covers wide receiver drills for running a hitch, curl, in, out, fade, post, stop & go, fly, streak and comeback routes. These drills stress the important factors of the stance and start by incorporating the receiver's strengths. Johnson uses cone drills to lower the receiver's center of gravity and improve the receiver's ability to maneuver, turn, and change speed. This football DVD teaches how to beat press coverage by using a variety of release moves: stutter step, hard inside, hands, speed-off, hesitation, slam, turn body, and double moves. Film clips demonstrate each move and route to exhibit their effectiveness in game speed. These are great drills to incorporate in wide receiver workouts and football practice.
30 minutes. 2003.
It's a bit pricy for such a short video. The instruction, however, is excellent. Coach Johnson is one of the best WR coaches in the country. The best thing about this video is the film he includes. You see the different moves being taught, and they are executed by guys like Santana Moss and Reggie Wayne. Also helpful is the fact the demonstrations are done by players with different body types and different athletic traits. So you see how they look when a small quick guy does it and when a bigger more lumbering athlete does it. Very good video.
I have ordered many videoes from cp and though this isn't the worst video I've ordered but it's not long enough to be productive and not worth the amount of money being charged.
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