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Inside AFM April 2011


April 2011

  • Making the Game Safer
  • Strength Report: Ohio University’s Spring Conditioning
  • Speed Report: Why You Do What You Do for Football Speed Training
  • Drills Report: Tight End Run Blocking – The Reach-Scoop Drill
  • Sack Attack – Troy’s Defensive Ends Coach Randy Butler reveals their strategy to attack the quarterback.
  • Master Motivator – Brett Steuerwald has used effective communication and motivational techniques to become one of America’s most successful coaches.
  • Tackle Safe – Bobby Hosea’s pioneering tackling technique protects players from devastating head injuries.
  • Getting the Perfect Fit – 15 steps for finding the right helmet to help keep your players safe.
  • Flexible Formations – Baldwin-Wallace’s offense is simple to learn but difficult to defend.
  • Protecting the Quarterback – Pass protection schemes for the sprint-out passing game.
  • Adjust Your Defensive Backs – Coaching pattern-read coverage vs. trips and single-width formations.
  • Out-Of-State Games Face Many Obstacles – Matching up prominent national programs presents challenges to coaches and promoters.
  • From The Coaches Bookshelf – Eddie Robinson The Martin Luther King of Football
  • Education: A New Pillar for Modern Sports
  • Desert Dominance
  • The Air Raid Quick Screen
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