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May 2009

May 2009


An In-Depth Look at High School Football Practice

© May 2009

American Football Monthly conducted a survey to high school football programs about the details of their practices – here are the results. We’ve included feedback from survey respondents (high school coaches) on practice circuits on tackling, turnovers and special teams.

Speakingout

Briefly describe the stations
in your tackling circuit.

“All of our tackling is done by position. We attempt to simulate the types of situations that each position on defense or on special teams is going to encounter during games.”
Paul Miller, Dawson County High School

“Four group rotation: 1. On knees vs. teammate – fall forward letting your hips sink, grab cloth, face mask should start square leaving your head up and slide head to side; 2. Teammate stands and tackler moves in and sinks hips, slides helm....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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