For the last several seasons I have been playing around with many different youth football blocking rules, schemes and calls to advanced our youth football offensive line blocking. We are still not perfect and I would always love to get our blocks to the second line of the defense more, but we are succeeding at… Read More
I just found this HEX Blocking youth football drills on You Tube from Coach Erik Saunders and I like it. I would probably make HEX a little smaller so the players are closer but I like this a lot. I will be adding this blocking youth football drill to my practice drills this Spring.
My blocking dummies finally arrived. On back-order from Fisher for 2 weeks. I like the orange color. Had to pay retail too, but a pretty good price from Hit Run Score with a 15% coupon. Shipping was a little pricey.
This is a great video from Tennessee’s Coach Fulmer describing and demonstrating several blocks used by the offensive line. I especially like the down block and the reverse block or crab block. We use the crab block quite a bit in our youth football blocking scheme to fill holes, especially in the A Gaps. Enjoy… Read More
Many youth football coaches have heard GOD, GOO, MOMA, and GOL, but what do they mean? They refer to blocking rules. Here are a few rule blocking terms that you should include in your offensive blocking vocabulary. GAP – refers to space between the linemen. GAP rule is block GAP toward the ball or playside for Center. On… Read More