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These Youth Football Playbooks give you the ability to lead your youth football team to win after win through a series of three eBooks: T Formation, Pistol Offense, and Shotgun Jet/Fly Offense books. Each eBook contains over 70 fully diagrammed, full color plays and a full series based offense. This is not simple a collection of plays; it is a full guide of strategies. Each guide not only contains how to run the play; it gives additional runs and plays that compliment the main strategy. There are simply blocking strategies that you can easily teach your players. As a bonus, the T Formation eBook contains 8 Wildcat Formation Plays you can teach your team. This set of eBooks will help you coach your youth football team on a level they understand.

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Author: Dana Larson
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Highly Recommended

The author presents a well detailed summery of the major headings. As a professional in this field, I must say that the points shared in this manual are precise.

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The Truth About Training

When it comes to sports involving speed, most specifically, sprint performances such as the 100 meter dash, there's a tremendous difference between black and white athletes. (Oddly enough, top contenders in long distance races are split pretty evenly between blacks and whites, except for Marathons where someone from Kenya is sure to win.) In 1994, the top twenty fastest times in sprinting events were all held by blacks. Interestingly, the contestants originated from countries as diverse as the United States, Nigeria, Canada and Great Britain. An examination of the Olympic 100 meter dash over the past thirty years shows an utter domination by black athletes. In the United States, it's apparent that young black American males practically own the 100 meter dash at both the high school and college level. The positions in American football that require speed, such as the tailback and wide receiver, are almost exclusively held by blacks. Over the past four years, there's been a virtual...

Shock Treatment For The Legs

Regardless of your competition, you will require tremendous power from your legs. The legs carry you from Point A to Point B. In boxing, you generate powerful punches by thrusting and pivoting from your legs. Martial artists rely on their legs for powerful, explosive kicks. Wrestlers rely on leg strength to drive their opponents to the mat. Football players rely on explosive legs to power them across the field.

Taking part in other sports pros and cons

People who are starting to practise Qigong o.ften ask if it is all right to participate in other sports such as swimming, football, tennis, weight training and so on. There is no reason why you should not continue to enjoy these activities, but you will of course be using up the Qi that you have stored. This is because fitness training in the West is based on the principle of 'No pain, no gain'. People push their bodies until they are hot, sweaty and exhausted, after which they need to eat and sleep in order to recharge their energy. Of course, if you practise Qigong you will have more energy than you previously had to expend on the tennis court or football pitch. It is up to each individual to decide what they want out of their Qigong and sporting activities, and to find the right balance for themselves.

Amazing Secrets Of The Martial Arts Masters

After one has assumed the meditative posture one should fix the gaze of his eyes directly ahead and on one point. Let us assume you are looking at a football field during a game and you are standing in the middle of the field facing the goal line. Now without moving your eyes you can see the following things. You can see the goal posts and the end zone. You can see the stripes on the field and the grass, and the colors of the grass. You can see the sidelines, and the benches full of other players on the sidelines. You can see the players on the playing field, all of the

Single to Doubleleg Takedown

I pull Albert's legs in, almost as if I were hiking a football between my legs. At the same time, I push my head forward to collapse his base. I pull Albert's legs in, almost as if I were hiking a football between my legs. At the same time, I push my head forward to collapse his base.

Regarding weak areas GPP training can often fix these weak muscles As mentioned before for young athletes the weak

Here is a perfect example of training the wrong way I walked into a high school weight room. The kids in there were the football players. There were squat racks and 2 dead lift platforms. They were all EMPTY I saw kids doing STRICT barbell curls and another one doing one arm preacher curls. I did not see one athlete churning out any complex moves. No squats, no dead lifts, no hand stand push ups, dips or pull ups. These complex moves are gut busting and tough. The results they deliver are awesome never the less This football team had a poor winning record as well

Linear and Nonlinear Forms

You must learn to look at each section as a member of a team of specialists. Not a football team more along the line of a fire team. Six Rambos instead of just one. They all rely on each other to get the job done. While each can stand alone it its own area, as a combo they are spectacular.

Anabolic Androgenic Steroids

Anabolic Androgenic steroids, hereafter referred to as AAS, have been used by athletes to improve performance for more than 30 years. The non-medical use of AAS is widespread among athletes engaged in power sports such as power-lifting, bodybuilding, football and rugby. Their popularity stems from their perceived contribution to increase muscle bulk and strength and to improve competitiveness. There are more than one million estimated users of AAS in the United States alone. Approximately 2 of athletes between the ages of 10 and 14, and 5 to 10 of high school athletes have used AAS. even though their use is prohibited. In addition, approximately 5 of college athletes currently use AAS. Because of legal and

Beijings Indestructible Ba Gua and Xing Yi Instructor Liang Ke Quan

The school is located on the site of an old truck repair facility. There is a large dirt lot (football field size) surrounded on all sides by long one-story buildings. The buildings are used for dormitories, the school office, guest rooms, kitchen, and classrooms. There are approximately 50 students, ranging in age from 6 to 16, who live at the school and practice full time.

The Kundalini Experience

This whole thing was stretching to the limit what my first wife, Martha, used to refer to as your fucking Zen Buddhist calm There weren't any stress management techniques for dealing with these life events. And the dance had only just begun. I was still locked in position, morning had come and gone as a still, small voice began to speak to me. Oh, your neck hurts well, look at your eyelids. I could see a holograph of my skull and neck bones as if it were an X-ray, except when I moved my head the holograph replicated the movement. See the damage here. That's high school football, and this one, that's karate. Now stick out your arm, turn your hand over and shift your shoulder this way. The vertebrae slipped into place easily and a residual pain that I'd been ignoring for twenty years went away. Now isn't that nice. Why don't you just let me take over. I know how to take care of this body.

Teaching Esoteric Strategy at the College Level

I wanted a student who was smart, small, athletic, and exemplified the conservative, statusseeking, upwardly mobile, middle-class young people typical of Hillsdale College. Someone who had never been in a real fight in his life. Enter Randy Reising, ex-high-school football player and gymnast, and gentleman about town. Randy became the final authority as to what techniques were kept or dropped. As he had no experience and was learning everything through new eyes, he became our best critic and most proficient practitioner. We combed through the martial arts literature, paying particular attention to the techniques recommended for women and the elderly. We'd take something like a hip throw and see how many variations of it we could find in different martial arts. Then we would take it all apart and develop variations on the basic theme based on utility, kinesiology, or escalation of pain, damage, and energy flow, saving the nastiest techniques for the...

No Rules Strength Training

As you can see, No Rules strength training can be very creative and can be done in a large variety of ways. Setting rules for a workout can cause mental limitations that lead to physical limitations. I spoke to a college strength coach and he told me about how he had some of his football players perform 50 sets of 2 reps of the hang clean using a heavy weight. This had to be done in 50 minutes (1 set per minute) They were not done just yet though After that they would perform 3 sets of sled pushing using a heavy weight, somewhere around 260 lbs. This weight was chosen b c it was the average weight of a D 1 lineman Talk about a tough workout

Exchanges with Interesting People

SiGung (Grandfather) Sebregst's kwoon dojo is brightly painted in traditional Chinese colors with smooth concrete floors and modern conveniences. He teaches in a gruff, fatherly manner and among martial artists I've observed is definitely in the grandmaster arena when it comes to control and movement. He's almost twenty years younger than most and so is just hitting his full powers. His hands are soft and cool but the skin feels a bit like a football, as he has used the traditional skin-toughening techniques of pounding sand, then gravel, and so forth. The sand is specially prepared with herbs to prevent infection, and a special tea is drunk to prevent blood clots. Eventually the skin is thick but smooth. The effect is quite different from the knuckle busting of karate.

Technical and Tactical Preparation

A telling example are the recent mismatches pitting ex-football players against skilled boxers. The football players were in great condition, however, in all cases the boxer was easily able to do away with his hapless opponent, usually setting new records for brevity along the way. Of course, the same lack of sport-specific training that led to the football players demise would produce similar results were the boxer foolish enough to test his skills on the gridiron under competitive conditions. To the relief and credit of boxers everywhere, this is yet to occur

How To Develop A Perfect Body

Imagine me with a football player or bodybuilder on his knees doing kick backs and thinking that that will make his legs grow and firm up. Or a man with a large well defined chest who got it from swinging his arms behind his back and chanting, I must, I must, I must increase my bust. Ridiculous, isn't it Yet thousands, indeed millions of women are doing these exercises and hoping and believing that they will make them beautiful. It won't work, and never did, so lets forget that and begin to shape our body by using weights and working our muscles so that they will grow, and by working our muscles we will be burning up our fat.

Kill Oh C K T Killed

Judo as a sport, and, with certain restrictions, as a method of combat, was practiced universally in Japan until recently. It was advocated by the military as a means of body-building and of developing individual competitive spirit. Jiu jitsu, or judo, employs a group of basic principles that are common to body-contact sports, such as wrestling, boxing, and football. Basically it is a system of holds and throws based on the use of the mechanical principle of the lever and fulcrum. Properly employed, jiu jitsu enables a small man to overcome a larger opponent by using his opponent's greater weight and strength to the latter's disadvantage.

No More Nonsense

I have been involved in the sport of boxing for over ten years. My athletic career has always revolved around contact sports. Whether playing football, wrestling, or boxing, my objective is to seek and destroy my opponent. Unfortunately, many athletes involved in similar sports do not follow a functional training routine. These athletes are misled to believe that they can only achieve strength and power in the weight room. Many football players boast about the weight they can bench press, without recognizing their lack of functional strength. With this book, I will teach you a new way to condition your body. You will learn to maximize your endurance, strength, and power with natural, functional exercises. These exercises will use your body as the primary form of resistance. I am not here to say that you should avoid the weight room. Weight lifting certainly offers numerous benefits to the aspiring athlete. Rather, I am here to tell you that weight lifting is only one of many ways that...

Yeomen Archers

Across most of medieval Europe, farmers were serfs. In England, though, some farmers - called yeomen - actually owned small pieces of land. While still peasants, yeomen were free by the standards of their time. In return for their freedom, the law required them to train from youth with the longbow and other weapons. The government encouraged archery with contests, tournaments, and laws. It sometimes went so far as to ban cockfighting, dice, football, and other distractions in order to encourage archery practice

The New World

The wealth of the modern U.S. means that even the smallest town can support one (or more ) martial-arts schools. It's common for parents to send little Taylor and Ashley off to the local dojo to get fit, learn confidence and self-defense, and get better grades. Today, training in the martial arts is no more unusual than playing baseball or football.

Inseparable Arms

This is a simple matter of leverage, but serves to reinforce a positive mental attitude in the student. With the arms interlocked by the fingers and held at shoulder height, let two partners grab the student on the bicep area, not the forearm, and try to pull the arms apart. They should pull and not jerk and will find that they cannot pull them apart, even if as many as four men try to. Note if a football is carried like this, it is impossible to be fumbled. However this technique does have practical applications. If you wrap your arms around someone you wish to tackle in football, they will not be able to make you let your arms go. You may not tackle them, but at least they will drag you over the goal line and you won't look as bad as if you had let them go.


Balance is one of the most important elements of athletic ability. Balance underlies movement. Regardless of your sport, you will require balance to execute your attack . Whether you run down field with a football, throw a punch as a boxer, or wrestle with an opponent on the mat, you will require balance to effectively initiate the movement. Balance is an essential component of movement. Balance is a close relative to coordination and agility. An athlete's coordination and agility are dependent on a well-developed sense of balance. As an athlete you must continually react to gravity and external forces that surround you, such as your opponent or a strong wind on the football field. You must learn to maintain dynamic equilibrium regardless of the obstacles that you encounter during competition. You must develop and train balance in motion.

Russian Kettlebells

Anyone can learn to use Kettlebells, no matter how heavy or light, big or small you are, etc. A large factor that I love training with kettlebells is their versatility. I can take them to the park with me, the back yard or to a football field and combine them with sled training. The locking out of many of the movements help improve joint strength & stability making us wrestlers less prone to injury. And, as many of my athletes tell me,

Bearmen Ripclaw

Stance Crouched down in a stance similar to a three-point football stance. The legs are bent at the knees, and the feet are spread a little more than shoulders-width. The off foot is placed a few inches behind the lead foot. The arms are held loosely either at the sides or in front.


Because the movements in fighting are violent and broken, fighting is perhaps the most tiring of all human activities. Some college experts insist that rowing on a crew is more exhausting than boxing. I don't know about that. I never rowed on a crew. But I do know that crewmen have a rhythm or beat, to which they time their strokes. A fellow may be a perfectly conditioned athlete for some other activity-like basketball, football, baseball, rodeo, riding, acrobatics, hurdling, wrestling, etc.-but if he hasn't had sparring practice, he will be completely exhausted by two or three minutes of fast fighting. His muscles will be unaccustomed to the movements, and he will be unaccustomed to breathing while making those movements and while being hit.

A2 Headgear

Adjust His Protective Cup

Headgear consists of a regulation football helmet with a face mask attached (Figure A-2). When purchasing these helmets, you should consider the varying head sizes of individuals. For each 100 helmets purchased, it is recommended that 10 percent be 6 1 2 to 6 3 4 in size, 80 percent be 6 7 8 to 7 1 8 in size, and 10 percent be 7 1 4 to 7 1 2 in size. Adjust helmets that are too large for an individual by adding foam rubber to the inside of the helmet. To secure the helmet to the head, use a chin strap made of vinyl plastic and foam rubber.

Warrior Conditioning

The Warrior cannot focus on one form of exercise. The bodyweight exercises will give you tremendous strength and endurance but you must recognize the different forms of endurance. For example, a football player can sprint up and down the field for an entire 1-hour game. This football player will need a tremendous amount of explosive strength and endurance to continually sprint with maximum force throughout the game. This form of endurance however is much different than the endurance required to run a 26-mile marathon. The marathon runner does not sprint back and forth. Rather, the marathon runner must maintain a constant pace throughout the entire race. The football player will sprint with maximum exertion over short distances. His action will look somewhat like

Goal Setting

The same thing is true of an athlete. He can't just have a vague goal or no goal at all and just want to play football. He must have a definite position that he must learn to play, he must have definite skills he must acquire in order to excel at that position and he must have a plan of action for achieving or practicing these skills that he will be learning. If he just goes out and tries every position and never learns or practices the skills necessary to excel in that position, he is a man without goals, or plans he is actively working on, and will get nowhere in football or life. Hip Movement most athletes use only the strength of one muscle part. In other words, a boxer hits you with his arms, a weight lifter pushes with his legs or arms, a football player hits you with his elbow or shoulder. They have not learned the tremendous amount of power that can be generated by the use of the entire body, especially the snapping and thrusting of the hips, to generate explosive power....

The Killing Shift

The writer most carefully instructed that celebrated athlete, Lieutenant Colonel Alan Shapley, USMC, of an Ail-American football team, in the art of the Fitzsimnions shift. Col. Shapley became more adept in this particular style of boxing than anyone the writer has ever seen, since Fitzsimnions. lie has scored


The right hand is held defensively near the centerline for the body in preparation for the next movement, which will occur almost instantly. One of the reasons Kata Dan'te represents the Fire Element is that it takes great courage to meet the enemy head-on, especially if he is bigger or presents a more fearsome image than ourselves. The Samurai used to say, When frightened, tighten the belly and charge This exercise, Kata Dan'te, develops this fire in the belly needed to leap joyfully into battle. Much in the manner of football players who psych-up before a big game.

Knee Breaker

Dislocation of the knee is accomplished by bending your left leg and dropping onto the enemy's left thigh with your left knee. At the same time, push strongly with the hands against his foot, bending it upward toward his chin. This action bends his foot inward and opens the knee laterally. When the weight of your hips lands on the folded leg, it will pop out on the lateral co-lateral ligament, inflicting an extremely painful injury. One that has brought down many a hardened professional football player. So the effectiveness of this techniques need not be in question, nor the small amount of force required to accomplish it.