Offensive Line Individual Instruction
I would be glad to help your son reach his full potential as an offensive lineman.
As a 23-year head high school football coach, and 30-years overall, I made a drill set for each position group that my coaches taught to our high school players over the years.
We did the drill work in the off-season and in-season and it allowed the players to become better football players not just bigger, faster, stronger.
The offensive line curriculum I do involves a separate
drill set for run blocking and a separate drill set for
pass protection techniques. The run blocking drill set
teaches stance and start, footwork for blocking different
defensive linemen alignments, hand placement and punch,
head placement on blocks, and how to finish off a run block
with running the feet through contact. A player will learn a
core drill set that allows each player to practice these
techniques on his own.
The pass protection drill set incorporates a proper pass
protection stance, hand position on rusher, footwork and
pass sets for different types of pass rusher alignments and
rush techniques, and how to counter a defensive rushers
various rush techniques. A player will learn a core drill set
that allows each player to practice these techniques on his
When I work with an athlete I teach them a drill training routine and a skill performance routine that they will follow to develop the command of the skill they need to be a successful game performer. Through individual instruction I can give a him a specific training routine that will hone his linebacker skills and techniques.
I give the athlete a daily training routine for as long as
I am working with them. This way there is no guessing
by them as to what to do to improve. I also detail the
techniques they need to work on in the immediate
future to improve. I keep this progression going until
I get them to where they need to be to perform on
command. I videotape each session and post it to a
HUDL video account I create for them as part of my
HUDL account. This allows them to review each session and learn the techniques and watch themselves improve.
The cost for the first training session is $150 and lasts
1 1/2 hours. Each individual training session after that
is $100 per session and lasts 1 1/2 hours. This fee includes
the on-the-field session, the daily training
program, videotaping the workout, training a parent to be
my assistant coach, and the HUDL video account. This also
includes 24-hour consultation time so if he is training on his
own his own and has a question he can call, text or
I work with some athletes weekly and others every other
week, and some monthly. I can do whatever fits your
As an experienced coach there are 3 things I do for each athlete I train:
1) I give them CONFIDENCE.
2) I give them a VISION of their potential.
3) I am patient with their PROGRESS.
If you would like to setup a training session email Coach Renner at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 703-582-6652.