- Develop an effective weak and strong side zone run scheme
- Learn fundamentals and techniques for footwork and hand placement used in zone blocking
- Learn drills to build a successful lineman for the zone running game
Features : with Chris Symington,
former CSU-Pueblo Assistant Coach/Offensive Line Coordinator;
helped turn around an offensive unit that ranked in the bottom 10 nationally in rushing yards in 2008 into the nation's 14th-best running attack in 2009
There is a misconception that a zone team is a "finesse" team. However, a zone offensive scheme can be physical as well. Chris Symington uses a white board and game film examples to teach simple rules for inside and outside zone plays. Learn how to develop physical players who can demonstrate the patience required to run an effective zone scheme.
Coach Symington begins with an in-depth discussion of the inside zone. He covers rules, techniques and drills before moving on to the fundamentals of zone blocking. Learn how to use the proper footwork to achieve offensive line cohesion. By taking the proper steps as a group, linemen will promote defensive "distortion," which allows the running back to easily find a seam.
Coach Symington illustrates the interplay between a covered offensive lineman or "lead" and an uncovered offensive lineman or "trail." He provides a thorough explanation of how the rules and steps of both contribute to successful zone play.
Also covered in this DVD is the outside zone. Coach Symington goes into great detail, again using rules, techniques and drills. He illustrates the split side zone and the toss play that have contributed to CSU-Pueblo's reputation as one of the nation's best producers of offensive linemen and running backs.
Whether you're experienced in zone play, just beginning or somewhere in the middle, this DVD will provide tips, ideas and drills to improve your scheme.
69 minutes. 2013.
Product Code: FD-04403D
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