Today I’ve got a great video post about coaching youth football offensive linemen and my Offensive Lineman Practice Plan – The One Pager. I’ve been working on the O-line practice plan video idea for a while. A friend of mine needed a some ideas about how to coach linemen so I put together a detailed practice plan for him based on what I have been doing the last 10 years coaching o-linemen. I call it the One Pager.
It’s a 90 minute offensive linemen practice plan that can be used for the week to budget your practice time for you big men. So many youth pee wee football coaches only focus on the running backs, which is a huge mistake. Blocking is key to winning big games. This OLM practice plan gives you and your coaches a great outline to prepare your offensive linemen for your next game and season.
I developed the OLM One Pager offensive lineman practice plan from the 40 pages of blocking information out of my Power Wing Beast Offense Playbook for Youth Football and condensed the key points into a handy one page document. This is down from 3 pages in my last attempt at a quick look plan. Why one page? Another coaching friend of mine says he doesn’t read more than one page of anything, so this the One Pager 90 Minute OLM Practice Plan.
This one sheet gives you pretty much everything you need to do with your OLM during the week based on my blocking philosophies from my PWBO book. You can buy the OLM Practice Plan One Pager for $1.99. If you do not have my book you should still be able to use the One Pager and it you have questions, you can contact me anytime.
O-line 90 Minute Practice Plan – The One Pager
O-line Offensive Lineman Practice Plan
- 00-10 min Alignments, Gap Splits, Stance,
- 10-20 min Steps and Get Offs
- 20-35 min Blocking Rules
- 35-50 min Blocking Techniques
- 50-90 min Blocking Drill Time
What does your offensive line practice time look like? Would love to hear your ideas and comments.
Offensive Lineman Practice Plan – The One Pager
Coaches, remember to coach blocking fundamentals to your youth football team especially your big boys. I see too many youth football coaches just yell at their offensive line to just “BLOCK!” You must teach them how to block and and who to block for each play. I use blocking rules and I usually coach the offensive line. Yes, most top youth football coaches will coach the o-line because it is that important. Getting my one page offensive lineman practice plan is a good start to coaching your offensive lineman.
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