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By Ron Dickerson Sr, James A Peterson, Coaches Choice

The shielding again drills in a hundred and one protective again Drills (Second version) are appropriate and powerful in any respect completive degrees. The drills during this ebook were gathered, field-tested, and utilized by means of a trainer with greater than 4 a long time of collegiate soccer event. adequately designed drills may have a rare worth, allowing coaches to raised improve the talents in their gamers. the kinds of drills featured contain warm-up, quickness, velocity & agility, flow, response, insurance, tackling, and fumble restoration.

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Page 48 Drill #36: React and Mirror Objective: To enhance the ability of a defensive back to react to the actions of an offensive player; to develop the ability to move by sliding; to improve quickness; to warm-up. Equipment Needed: A football; two blocking dummies. Description: A ball carrier (BC) and a defensive back (DB) stand facing each other about four to five yards in front of a yard line between two blocking dummies placed on the ground approximately seven yards apart. The drill involves having the ball carrier attempt to cross the yard line between the two blocking dummies without being held up by the defender.

The distance between lines should be about 34 yards. To start the drill, one player assumes a defensive stance at one end of the two lines and in the middle between the two lines. On the coach's command, "Go," the player runs backward between the lines while twisting his torso to facilitate looking alternately over his right and then his left shoulder in order to keep from running into one of the lines. When he is about half-way down the lines, the next player in line should assume the starting position.

The coach then immediately throws the other ball to the player, making him move laterally in the opposite direction. This sequence is repeated until the coach or the defensive back drops the football. The coach should use this drill as a "change of pace" drill. Page 29 Chapter 3 Movement Drills Page 30 Drill #19: Back-Pedaling and Reaction to the Ball Objective: To improve maintenance of proper alignment with the line of scrimmage; to enhance back-pedaling techniques; to improve the ability to react to a thrown ball.

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