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4 New Video from the 2013 Nike Coach of the Year Clinic!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, October 11, 2013

If you missed the 2013 Nike Coach of the Year Football Clinics or you want to refresh yourself on the material, then check out these four videos below from 2x State Championship coach, Carl Johnson, and J.T. Curtis, who has accumulated over 500 wins throughout his high school coaching career! See what you can learn to incorporate into practice or the next game.

Offensive Practice Planning and Split Veer Offense

Offensive Practice Planning and Split Veer Offense

  • Discover the coaching philosophies of J.T. Curtis, 2012 USA Today National HS Coach of the Year and 25x Louisiana High School State Champion
  • Learn the basics of J.T. Curtis’s split back veer offense
  • See a complete break down of a week of offensive practice

 

Defensive Practice Planning and 50 Front Defense vs. the Spread

Defensive Practice Planning and 50 Front Defense vs. the Spread

  • Learn how to effectively adjust your 50 front defense to the spread offense
  • Get a weekly practice schedule for working on both the 50 and nickel fronts
  • Learn blitzes to incorporate into your 50 front defensive scheme versus the spread
  • Discover concepts for more effective scout team execution in practice

 

Winning the Special Teams Battle: Organization & Installation

Winning the Special Teams Battle: Organization & Installation

  • Save time during the season by developing a pre-season installation plan for special teams
  • Learn the critical Keys to Success for installing and organizing your special teams
  • Learn how to create charts for game day to help stay organized

 

 

Winning the Special Teams Battle: Game Planning 

Winning the Special Teams Battle: Game Planning

  • Discover key factors that need to be considered in order to get the “upper hand” with your special teams
  • Learn how to game plan for every facet of special teams play
  • Create useful charts for a “comprehensive” scouting report that details your opponents’ special teams units
  • Learn how to incorporate HUDL into your special teams game planning

 

 




3 New Basketball Videos featuring The Swing Offense

By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, October 11, 2013

The “Swing Offense” is one of the most successful offenses being used today at the high school and university levels. Seattle Pacific University Head Coach Ryan Looney explains how this offense helps promote unselfishness, limits turnovers, provides great spacing, multiple players post up opportunities, and allows them to get to the free throw line. Check out Coach Looney’s three video series on the Swing Offense.

Introduction to Swing Offense

Introduction to Swing Offense

  • Learn a transition system that provides early scoring chances off of post-ups, 3′s and ball screens
  • Create great spacing that will provide your players with plenty of scoring opportunities
  • Incorporate the up screen and flex screen into your half court swing offense to create easy scoring opportunities near the basket

 

 

Swing Offense Sets and Entries

Swing Offense Sets and Entries

  • Discover a series of entries for getting a quick score or for seamlessly flowing into the Swing Offense
  • Learn three pressure release entries that will keep opponents honest as they try to deny the passing lanes and pressure you in the half court
  • Learn a dribble entry for the Swing Offense that will exploit mismatches
  • Get three half court sets that utilize post screening to create high/low scoring opportunities 

 

Breakdown Drills for Swing Offense

Breakdown Drills for Swing Offense

  • Get six breakdown drills and concepts that will get your team easy baskets and more trips to the free throw line
  • Learn how to breakdown the up screen, flex screen, and wing ball screen into effective workout sessions
  • Learn drills for training guards to use ball screens and training post players to score down low

 

 




Improve Communication and Movement with this Three Team Drill

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Member of the US Women’s Lacrosse National team coaching staff, Amy Bokker, has her players demonstrate a 3v3v3 Draw Drill. This is a great drill for lacrosse players of all levels to develop their offensive and defensive skills. Your offense will improve on maintaining possession while the defense will learn to work together to close down space.

3v3v3 Draw Drill

Player Movements: Begin the drill with 3 teams (Pinnie Dark/Light/No Pinnie or 3 different colors if you have that option). Dark and Light will begin by taking the draw with No Pinnie close by in the circle (each team will rotate to take the draw control). Each team will have 2 teammates outside the draw circle ready to get the draw and maintain possession for either 5 passes or 1 minute within the parameters. The two teams that do not get draw possession will work together and immediately double the ball.

Drill Essentials: The attack focus on the drill is to keep your feet moving to maintain position and moving to space. While the defensive focus is to double team the ball as well as her teammates, and maintain good communication to quickly identify where to double team.

Drill Tips: Although this drill has a collegiate focus with only 2 teammates on the draw circle this makes for a great progression opportunity for youth/high school level athletes. After each team gets 3 to 5 draw control attempts you can progress to a 4v4v4 and 5v5v5 environment.

Check out an additional clip from the Championship Productions’ DVD “Take Charge” Defensive Drills.” If you’re interested in more Women’s Lacrosse videos, click here.






4 New Soccer DVDs featuring a 2012 NCAA Runner-up!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Thursday, August 15, 2013

Ohio Northern University Head Men’s Coach and 2012 NSCAA Great Lakes Regional Coach of the Year, Brett Ridenour, provides you with hours of video on a variety of topics to help your soccer program get better! Individually and as a team you will see how to improve transition play, finishing in the final third, increasing fitness level, and putting all these skills together. See what these new 4 Soccer videos can do for you and your team.

Building to Win: Attacking Out of the Back

Building to Win: Attacking Out of the Back

  • Improve your team’s ability to transition from winning the ball to creating an attack
  • Enhance your defensive players’ passing and ball control skills when under pressure
  • Learn how to avoid extra touches that can lead to turnovers in the central defensive half of the field
  • Discover how to consistently move the ball into the final third of the field

 

 

Creating to Win: Attacking in the Final Third

Creating to Win: Attacking in the Final Third

  • Develop stronger play in the attacking half of the field
  • Create more scoring opportunities for your target players and wear down your opponent’s defense
  • Reduce turnovers by improving your players’ first touch and improving your team’s ability to possess the ball when under pressure

 

 

Connecting to Win: Putting It All Together

Connecting to Win: Putting It All Together

  • Develop skills for every position as your players work together to build up attacks in a game-like setting
  • Create a competitive environment to challenge players and build confidence
  • Learn how to work as a team to possess the ball and win more games

 

 

Working to Win: Fitness with the Ball

Working to Win: Fitness with the Ball

  • Learn how to improve the fitness level of your players
  • See how conditioning with a ball makes training realistic and fun
  • Discover how to maintain good touch late in the game when players are fatigued
  • Learn how increasing your team’s speed and agility will enable your players to get by defenders and make it difficult for defenders to recover

 

 

 




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