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Don’t Begin Another Season Without Re-Evaluating The Core Principles Of Your Drills

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© August, 2006

by Doug Sovchik
Assistant Football Coach, Independence High School, Independence, Ohio

DURING THE COURSE of a game, players are confronted with different situations that they must immediately recognize and react to. Drills performed during practices should teach players to react automatically in actual game situations. Developing basic fundamentals, techniques and skills for the game are contingent upon improving the players’ vision, recognition and reaction abilities.

Drills can be categorized into four key areas: individual, group, team and conditioning. They can also be devised to teach players their position r ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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