- 1-10 Coach to Player Ratio
- Video analysis for specific positions
- Peer grouped athletes of all skill levels ages 8-11 and 12-18
- Evaluation for The Duel - Quarterback Skills Competition & Future All-American Bowl Game
- C4 pass / run mechanics
- C4 dynamic route throwing
- Basic read & recognition training
DAY 1: 4:00PM – 8:00PM
Phase 1 – Installation – “Listen & Learn”
We begin by teaching the primary movements (mechanics) of each position using a common language, non-negotiables, and universal truths that sequentially order that movement's execution toward the desired changes.
This segment is not about an information transfer, it’s about permanent transformation through building block learning supported by compelling arguments, science and biomechanics that result in accelerated understanding.
Phase 1 includes:
- Leadership and character message
- Detailed Instruction on the NFA
- Self Correct System
- Filming for video analysis
- Fundamentals skills
- Primary movement mechanics install
Day 2: Camp Session - 9AM-4PM (Lunch Provided)
Phase 2: Implementation: Rep & Review
We continue accelerated athlete self-discovery and feel by isolating the most common primary movement variables through simple drill repetition. The goal is to convert the teaching of clearly delivered installation thoughts to an informed feel using measurable feedback from the results of simple drills & body shapes. This is done through drills that isolate movement with “all other things being constant” (ceteris paribus-Latin for controlling variables to determine whether a particular action is causing a failure or success of the whole).
Phase 3: Application: Act & Assess (Includes Light Competition)
We generate small group, controlled, situational repetitions in live-fire scenarios or multi-tasking drills requiring discipline and awareness. This segment utilizes guided self-discovery over significant teaching as the preferred coaching method. Player is engaged by the coach after each repetition to demonstrate situational awareness, grasp of assignment, and mastery of technique
Phase 4 - Competition: Fire & Feedback
Competing the full scope of learned behavior with immediate feedback, total skill integration, and performance driven outcomes. This represents the actual assessment phase of what level of change penetration has been achieved by the coach.
Phase 2, 3 and 4 Include:
- Leadership and Character
- High Performance footwork and drops
- Video analysis
- Coverage and how to attack it
- On field escape drills
- Throwing under pressure