By Jerry Sandusky
A compilation of drills designed to increase and increase all easy talents for linebacker play. Well-illustrated in an easy-to-understand variety. comprises warm-up drills, stance drills, move drills, tackling drills, laying off blockers drill, run safety drills, and cross speeding drills.
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The linebackers respond to the movement of the ball and move in the direction indicated by the coach. Proper alignment and stance should be stressed at all times. Page 17 Chapter 2 Basic Stance/Movement Drills Page 18 Drill #8: On Command Position Objective: To teach linebackers to assume a good defensive stance. Equipment Needed: None. Description: The coach has the linebackers spread out in one or more lines facing him. On command from the coach, the linebackers assume a proper defensive stance.
On a final signal from the coach, everyone sprints full speed past the coach. The drill is designed to enable linebackers to respond to two stimuli simultaneously. Page 33 Drill #23: Mirror Dodge (Score) Objective: To develop quickness; to practice sliding; to enhance the ability of a linebacker to react to an offensive player without becoming overextended. It also provides an excellent tool to evaluate the movement ability of a linebacker. Equipment Needed: Two large blocking bags. Description: The ballcarrier (BC) stands about three to four yards from a line between two long bags lying on the ground.
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