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The coach can evaluate his base under pressure and his hip explosion. 14). 14 Column hit and shed. 14/482529/alw/r1-pulled approach to a left-footed base. Then B2 push off his plant foot and front up attacks and B3 responds with a rightthe running back inside the column of footed base. blockers. Machine-Gun Drill This is a classic with great benefits. We use it to practice cut blocks. Usually the first blocker stays up and simulates an opponent’s prime block (that is, zone block guard). The subsequent blockers attempt to cut the linebacker while he works inside-out on the running back.

The old adage that the “low man wins” is true. In the early 1960s it was still common to find a 200-pound linebacker playing over a 210-pound offensive guard in major-college football. The guards moved quickly and contacted linebackers while still low coming out of their stances. Today, two factors have changed this dramatically. Hit and Shed 27 • Offensive linemen today are gigantic in comparison to those of the 1960s. When they make contact with linebackers, they are physically much higher because they are taller (most are 6-foot-3 to 6-foot-8) and rise more quickly from their stances.

The cleans also require rare technique. Players should not attempt this lift without a certified strength and conditioning expert. This lift needs more athletic skill than any of the core lifts we ask our linebackers to do. To get maximum results from the hip explosion, let’s examine its relationship to the player’s base. • The player should use a compact base from which to uncoil his hips. 4). • Players should experience the full range of movement they enjoy with their hips from a compact base.

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