Hop Drills (Bull Rush) w/ Resistance Bands

“Catch the Fly” Drill

“Catch the Fly” Drill is a hand strike timing drill that emphasizes players striking long and grabbing the shoulder pad at the moment of impact

Coil to Fit w/ Harness

The next progression after the Teeter Drill with the harness. This drill allows players to feel and develop the mechanics of the hip uncoil with a partner supporting their weight through the use of the harness.

Teeter Drill with Harness: Troubleshooting Errors

For most players, the missing link in understanding how to fully uncoil the hips is the “Teeter”. This drill uses a harness to allow players to feel and develop the slight teeter transition of weight prior to the uncoil.

“Teeter” w/ Harness Drill

For most players, the missing link in understanding how to fully uncoil the hips is the “Teeter”. This drill uses a harness to allow players to feel and develop the slight teeter transition of weight prior to the uncoil.

Partner “Hop” Drill (No Hands)

The “Partner Hop” Drill reinforces the mechanics of the “Brace Hop” by being forced to only use the lower body to stop the oncoming pressure

“Over the Line” Drill (Hop)

The “Over the Line” drill is the first drill in the “Brace Hop” progression. This drill teaches players how short the hop backwards should be by giving them a visible point of reference

Launch Drill (Lev-Cuff)

The “Launch Drill” is a Sharpen Drill that gives instant feedback to whether a player is properly uncoiling their hips.