- Force the defense to defend as much of the field as possible
- Improve your running backs with these essential skills
- Train your receivers from head to toe using this total development system
- Put your athletes in favorable personnel match ups using the tight end
- Improve your run blocking with these fundamental blocking rules
with Paul Chryst, University of Wisconsin Head Coach;
former Unviersity of Pittsburgh Head Coach;
former University of Wisconsin Offensive Coordinator/QB Coach, helped guide Wisconsin to the #5 scoring offense in the country in 2010.
This DVD provides a progression of strategies and drills you can use to improve your offensive schemes, efficiently install pass plays and train your quarterbacks read and react to what the defense throws at him.
BALANCING YOUR OFFENSE
Paul Chryst reveals Wisconsin's offensive strategy for attacking the whole field. Using game clips, Coach Chryst describes the importance of packaging run and pass plays out of one formation. These strategies can be applied to any offensive formation.
INSTALLING PASS PLAYS
Chryst delivers an 8-step progression he uses to effectively and efficiently install pass plays. This progression will:Give your players visual and verbal coaching points to enhance learning. Provide helpful tips on presenting plays in a group setting and to quarterbacks. Provide drills for maximizing practice time, learning reads and routes and perfecting timing. A simple to complex progression so your players can master one concept before moving to the next.
Use these drills to simulate difficult situations your quarterbacks will face during games: Avoiding the rush, throwing on the run, and setting and throwing with defenders lunging at your legs. These drills are designed to improve your quarterback's mobility and his ability to make plays under pressure.
Coach Chryst gives you a proven foundation to improve your offense and develop confident quarterbacks.
52 minutes. 2010.
with John Settle,
University of Wisconsin Running Backs Coach;
former Cleveland Browns (NFL) Assistant Coach/Running Backs Coach;
running back for the Atlanta Falcons, selected to the 1988 Pro Bowl after rushing for a career high 1,024 yards and 7 touchdowns. He was the first undrafted running back in NFL history to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season
Get the most out of your running backs on each play.
The running back position is the ultimate skill position. The back not only must be able to see the hole and run to day light, but also block and catch the football as well. In this instructional football DVD, John Settle guides you through how the training regiment he uses at Wisconsin.
Settle uses extensive game footage to highlight and illustrate essential skills.
Coach Settle's instruction falls into three areas of training the running back:
- Neck Up - This area features the mental side of being a running back: Communication, knowing the playbook, understanding offensive adjustments, getting a pre-snap look at the defense, understanding defenses, and more.
- Waist Up - The waist up focuses on shoulders and hands. The alignment of the shoulders, ball security, upper body strength, pass protection, yards after contact, and more. Settle shows you the five pressure points for holding the football, which will limit turnovers.
- Waist Down - The waist down involves executing footwork for the play call, hip flexibility to win the one-on-one battles, and the importance of lower body strength to run through and pull out of tackles.
Coach Settle examines pass blocking and the factors that control the spot of contact. Settle breaks both the tailback and fullback positions down in regard to shoulder contact, hand placement and footwork to teach blocking fundamentals. He explains various drills to help teach the zone run game, gap schemes, outside runs, draw run game, sprint draw, as well as pass protection.
In the final section, Settle focuses on pass catching, including the inside route and screen action. He discusses Wisconsin's catch, tuck and cover technique, which will h