World famous social-political activist Jerry Rubin wrote a fantastic book about his journey through self-actualization called, Growing (Up) at 37. In the book, Rubin tries a variety of self-help methods and programs from yoga to rolfing, Est (which you remember from The Americans) and carrot juice diets. I too am 37, we’re on COVID quarantine, and I decided to use myself as a test dummy for not only mental-emotional improvement but also athletic improvement.
READ MORE ABOUT MY JOURNEY TO SUCKING LESS AT SPORTS…
This is a video of my Offensive Line drills from this spring. My double screen drill didn’t look good so I cut it. But there’s blocking circuit, fit and finish, 2×2 base, zone, and combo blocking, and drive-catch pass protection drills as well.
I have over a dozen years of offensive line coaching experience at the high school level. I have coached both the D1 kids, D2, D3, NAIA, as well as the typical high school freshman player and varsity back-ups.
Check out my piece on split zone from StateOfTheU. I cover the run concept, why I love using RPO’s with it, naked boots and play-action passes. Click here or the image to access. Preview below from Mark Rogers TV:
Is your athletics program in need of a summer off-season program? Are you looking for athletic performance and not a weight lifting or power lifting manual? I believe we have mastered the art of movement at IMFB and we’re offering up our programming for a $1 donation. It covers speed camp, agility work, yoga, warm-ups, cool downs, testing, bilateral and unilateral lifts as well as building up to our Olympic lifts.
With spring football fast approaching for high schools I know your mind is clouded. However, you can access our winter-spring off-season programming from Ironman Football for a $1 donation on Patreon. It includes body weight work, testing methods, agility drills, unilateral and bilateral work, olympic lifts, and yoga all in a 3-day programming method.
Miami had their first open scrimmage, second scrimmage of the spring, last weekend. Check out defensive alignments to two tight end sets, slant-arrow (rub) concepts, and why you can’t be married to the run on 4th and 1. Also some offensive line play conversation for good measure!
From SOTU (part of SB Nation). I cover the Ohio State transfer Tate Martell and the QB competition at Miami. Martell is vying for a starting QB spot with the Hurricanes but seems behind the 8-ball already. Don’t waste an athlete, use him!