Gap Scheme and odd fronts CAN seem like a mismatch for the defense at face value. But, knowing your defense and using your advantages in your favor can lead to some great outcomes.
On this episode Joe and Daniel discuss what exactly constitutes “Buck Series”, what the advantages of running the 3-4 truly are, and what the disadvantages can be if you aren’t prepared to solve them.
We all dream of having a “bell cow” running back to hang our hat on throughout the season. But, misusing that type of player in the Pro Style Offense can see you losing your best player before year end.
On this episode Joe Daniel and Daniel Chamberlain discuss how to let your star running back shine in your Pro Style offense, what he might look like, what his role should be, and how to call your offense to get the most out of him… without overusing him.
Justin Dottavio is a strength and conditioning coach and long time user of the Dale Baskett Speed and Movement training program. He uses Dale’s teachings in his every day work to help kids of all sports and disciplines.
Joe Daniel and Daniel Chamberlain are joined by Coach Justin Dottavio to discuss how Dale’s program changed his world in training athletes.
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A star Inside Linebacker can be an absolute game changer for your defense, especially in the run game. But, are you getting the full potential out of your linebacker? If not, is it your playcalling that’s holding him back?
On this episode Joe Daniel and Daniel Chamberlain (the one in the war paint) discuss what makes an ILB a star, what their role is in the 4-2-5 defense, and how you can call your defense to let him shine.
Gap scheme, old school football, can be run against any defense. The 3-4 defense is taking the country by storm, and it’s inevitable that you’ll see it this season. We’re taking a look at these two proven systems against each other.
On this episode, Joe Daniel and Daniel Chamberlain are discussing the advantages, disadvantages and problem solving techniques of using gap scheme run plays against the 3-4 defensive front.