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A Poor Self-Image: Understanding the Basics

Posted by Dennis Parker and D.W. Rutledge on Dec 2nd 2019

It is easy to spot people who don’t feel good about themselves, who display the tell-tale signs of a poor picture of themselves.The first step to correcting a problem is to recognize that a problem … read more

Heat Injuries and Heat Illness

Posted by Dr. Craig K. Seto on Nov 18th 2019

During exercise or when the temperature is above 68 degrees Fahrenheit, most of the body’s heat loss occurs at the skin surface by the evaporation of sweat.Evaporation is the most important way the … read more

Using the Intentional Incomplete Pass, the Spike

Posted by Homer Smith on Nov 11th 2019

The clock is running. Time is winding down. The offense rushes to the line.Do you call a play or spike the ball? Are those seconds worth the extra down?It’s time to decide. Let me help you.A spike … read more

Coaching the 46 Defense: Beating the Jump-Through Block

Posted by Rex Ryan on Nov 4th 2019

Defensive linemen must learn how to counter a jump-through block (i.e., scoop block) early on in their skill development.The term jump-through identifies the action of the offensive lineman whose a … read more

Practicing the No-Huddle

Posted by Mark McElroy on Oct 29th 2019

The purpose of practice is to prepare an offense to be successful each week against all opponents. The main objectives of a practice are scheme development and the improvement of players’ condition … read more