By Larry Manfull
The Offensive Line procedure guide is a entire source for coaches seeking to increase essentially sound and schematically ready offensive linemen. despite a participant s skill point, this system guide has precious instruments for any trainer to make use of. protecting the fundamentals of offensive line play, offensive line run-blocking and go security ideas, this can be absolute to be a textual content that offensive line coaches flip to time-and-time back. contains bonus DVD!
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The aiming point is the lower line of the defender’s numbers. Approach: Bucket step at a 45-degree angle to the inside with the outside foot. Drive the second step into the crotch of the defender. The third step, with the outside foot, will be straight upfield. Keep the head up. Contact: Contact will be made on the lower line of the defender’s numbers. Cover as much of the defender as possible. Drive the palms into the chest of the defender. Finish: Work the feet and hips to square up on the defender, and close the gap with the post blocker.
The near foot will be in the crotch of the defender. On contact with the near shoulder, snap the head back and the hips through. At the same time, rip upward with the near forearm and shoulder into the defender’s ribcage. Squeeze hard with the neck and shoulder. The far arm and near arm are parallel to the line of scrimmage, with both palms locked into the near ribcage of the defender. If the defender slants to the inside, drive the head across the defender’s far hip, work the hips around, and hook the defender to the inside.
While driving the defender away from the point of attack (down the line of scrimmage), with a slightly wider than shoulderwidth base with the feet and on the balls of the feet, work through the defender’s near armpit and continue to squeeze with the near shoulder and neck. Maintain contact. Finish. Block Down—Reverse Shoulder—Up Aiming Points: Mentally shift the weight to the far foot. The aiming point is the near hip of the defender. Approach: Take a six-inch step with the near foot at the near hip of the defender.