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(Rental)-Championship Football Practice Organization
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Features & Benefits
- To simulate playing games, you can do up-tempo exercises
- Conditioning your athletes should be done as part of your training, not at the end.
- Maximize reps in all your athletes
John Curtis Christian School, Los Angeles Head Coach
Over 540 coaching wins - the second highest number of high school football coaches to achieve 500 wins.
Distinguished member of National Federation of State High School Associations Hall of Fame (2015)
2012 Louisiana Class 2A State High school Champions (26 total State HS Football titles);
The 2012 USA Today National High School Champion and 2012 USA Today National HS Coaches of the Year.
One of the most understudied/understood parts of successful athletic programs, at all levels, is the importance of quality practice planning and organization of every practice. JT Curtis, Coach of the Patriots, is an expert in organization. This DVD covers all phases of Patriots practice.
Curtis advises coaches not to go to practice without a plan. Curtis also gives examples of his practice plans, and how detailed each period is. This video covers four key elements of every practice, starting with the scripting of plays for offense and defense. Curtis also discusses the importance of giving your second string players enough practice. Your practice will run more efficiently if you strategically schedule breaks.
Coach Curtis' final point is to practice at a high pace. This allows you to better simulate game situations and save time conditioning.
"Practices are where championships are won!" "
--- Coach JT Curtis
63 minutes. 2005.