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Brian Hughes (Rental)-Zone Option Offense $16.99
Features & Benefits Get better at Football coaching Brian Hughes - Learn from him! Your team can reach new heights! To be the best, learn from the best. Brian Hughes C.W. C.W. This DVD's main focus is on the zone option. It includes the blocking techniques and zone reading. C.W. The C.W. This scheme requires defenses to play balanced by using motion. Except for the backside tackle, the blocking rules are the same. There are other benefits, such as a valid run threat from the no back position, offers Blitz Protection, allows faster receivers access to the ball in space, and many explosive run- and pass options. Drills focus on linemen running at the linebacker's level to block and running with a broad base before contact. The zone option pass is a key component in teaching zone option. Hughes shows game footage after Hughes has identified key offensive positions. The final additions to the package include the shovel option and the zone counter. The entire package can be viewed on DVD. It will greatly benefit your option offense! 50 minutes. 2006.
Brian Hughes (Rental)-Drive Block Progression $16.99
Features & Benefits Get better at Football coaching Brian Hughes - Learn from him! Your team can reach new heights! To be the best, learn from the best. Brian Hughes C.W. C.W. This presentation can be used to teach drive block progression. Coach Hughes believes that the key to successful blocking is to teach the skills necessary to "in the trenches". This DVD focuses on the mental approach to playing on line. It also teaches skills. Hughes' "backfield forward concept teaches players how to play based on the actions of their backfield. Many of the same fundamentals can be applied to the man blocking progression and the zone progression. The steps are the lead step, flat and drop steps. Hughes begins the progression by looking at the stance. The progression begins with Hughes analyzing the stance. Next, Hughes will show you how to balance and hand placement. The fourth step, firm foot, brings the right knee to the ground. Finally, the progression ends with the full go, which is a combination all four steps plus one or two commands. The block can be completed in many ways, which extends the progression. This same approach can be used to teach down blocks, cut blocks, and blocking people in space. It also explains how this translates into zone combinations. Each step is analysed in detail, including technique, teaching points and drill work. Great insight and instruction! 38 minutes. 2006.