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Fast-Paced, No Huddle Spread Offense

with Justin Fowler, Hanford West High School (CA) Head Coach; Use every inch of grass on the field to spread out the defense, reduce the number of defenders in the box and reduce the number of blitzes your opponents can throw at you. Justin Fowler gives a detailed explanation of how Hanford West High School operates in their no-huddle offense. Coach Fowler guides you through each step on your path to No Huddle, Spread Offense domination. In this first of four videos, Fowler divides his "blueprint to success" into 15 topics. This complex-looking yet easy to run offense will provide numerous benefits to your program: You will get more athletes out for football by playing "basketball on grass." Players, coaches and fans love this offense. Makes it easy to create an up-tempo practice that will maximize your practice reps, eliminate discipline issues (because everyone is busy), and incorporate conditioning throughout practice. Let's you control the offensive tempo of the game. Fowler shows how he uses certain areas of the field to dictate how he attacks the defense. He also shares his clock management philosophy. He shows the simple steps his team uses to identify the defensive front, and the simple system his quarterback uses to recognize the defense. He uses a power point presentation to show the different types of run blocks the offensive line will use to execute the run game. He then breaks down the pass protection of the offensive line. He gives many different ideas of how to practice the offense with great efficiency. He concludes the video with the different formations, motions, and play series that his offense uses. Coach Fowler has something for everyone in this video making it appropriate for coaches who coach all ages and all levels. The No Huddle Spread Offense is a weapon of the new millennium. An effective, pressure producing, air onslaught against any defense. But beware, success breeds imitation! The unstoppable offense you use today will be the same offense you face in the future! 67 minutes. 2012.

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Next Level Training: Ultimate Defensive Back Skills and Drills

with Donovin Darius, founder and CEO of Next Level Training; former defensive back for the Jacksonville Jaguars; first round NFL draft pick (25th overall); 1998 NFL All Rookie Team; 1997 Big East Defensive Player of the Year; 2x All Big East selection while at Syracuse Donovin Darius, a 10-year NFL veteran safety, brings a wealth of experience to the defensive back position. In this detailed DVD he teaches you the skills and drills that helped him become the Big East Defensive Player of the Year during his college playing career and ultimately a first round draft pick. The drills in this video are demonstrated by youth, middle and high school players. Coach Darius starts with the basics for both the corner back and safety positions and progresses to more advanced techniques. Stance and Start A defensive back must have the ability to explode out of his stance and engage and lock onto a receiver in space. This all begins with the stance and start. Discover why your front foot is important and what to do and not to do with your back foot. You will learn all of the footwork you need to neutralize fleet-footed wide receivers. Build Momentum When Back Pedaling The Pace Drill will develop a defensive back's internal clock by helping him recognize short routes, medium routes and deep routes. Your defensive back will learn why the first three steps are important and why a 15 yard back pedal is vital. The Defensive Back Route Tree Learning the Defensive Back Route Tree will help neutralize the physical skills of any explosive wide receiver. This drill will teach your defensive backs to plant, break, and drive while using the correct angle. These drills emphasize how to read a route, what to do with your eyes and catching the ball at its highest point. Train Your Eyes The ability to train your eyes will prevent your defensive backs from becoming victims of double moves and out-and-up routes. You will learn when to turn your eyes to the quarterback as you break on the wide receiver. Outside and Slot Receivers There is different footwork used for each wide receiver. You will learn how to finish to the wide receiver, attempt to strip the football and then secure the tackle. Coverage Keys, Cover 1 and Cover 2 As a defensive back you must understand Alignment, Assignment, Run/Pass Key, Technique and Finish. Coach Darius explains how outside versus inside receiver coverage varies and what players must do to cover both effectively. He explains run and pass keys and provides drills to help you understand how to engage receivers in zone and man coverages. Also included in this video is a variety of ways to strip the ball from the wide receiver. Coach Darius provides just the right amount of information on fundamental techniques, secondary coverage and drills so that coaches and players can easily absorb the information. Coaches at the youth, middle and high school levels will find this video invaluable to improving their performance on game day. 82 minutes. 2013.

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Fast-Paced, No Huddle Spread Offense: Screens and Quick Game

with Justin Fowler, Hanford West High School (CA) Head Coach; Install a multiple screen package that slows down the pass rush and chews up huge chunks of yardage. Imagine a multiple screen package that attacks from both sides of the field with a blocking scheme so simple your players will execute the multiple screens with ease. Justin Fowler presents his complete screen and quick passing game used in his no huddle spread offense. Coach Fowler uses a multitude of quick bubble screens to beat up on attacking defenses and create an extension to your running game. He also diagrams the traditional jailbreak screen and a slow screen to create space for your dynamic tailback. Ace, Deuce, Trey and Trips formations increase pressure on the defense, allowing this high tempo offense to gain a numbers advantage and attack with lightning speed. Fowler clearly diagrams each play and discusses his unique numbering system which makes the multiple packages incredibly simple for his players. Fowler preaches to his offensive linemen to hustle down the field to distort the path of the defensive pursuit from the backside. This puts the offense in position to line up and get the next play snapped so quickly the defense has a difficult time getting correctly aligned. While the quick screen plays are designed for the no huddle spread, coaches can easily incorporate these plays into other offenses such as the Wing-T or Triple Option. The quick passing game consists of the speed out, a stick concept and a switch route that gives this up-tempo offense a high percentage passing game. Once again the number system is used, which allows the players to quickly understand the play, the side of the ball the play is designed for, and which player will carry the ball. Linemen use a vertical set on their pass protection and the number system tells them how deep to make their set. Fowler completes the video with game footage with multiple looks of each screen as well as the quick game. While this offense is designed to run at a fast pace, coaches will find they can manage the clock while running the no huddle spread. Screen plays force the defense to cover the entire field. When you stretch the field you force down lineman to run from sideline to sideline and force defensive backs to make solo open field tackles. This season, force your opponent to adjust to multiple formations while your players' responsibilities stay the same. The screen game is the ultimate weapon in neutralizing a fast, hard hitting defense! 60 minutes. 2012.

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High Tempo No-Huddle Offense: Installation and Practice

with Scott Strohmeier, Iowa Western Head Coach; Won the 2012 NJCAA National Championship after only four years as a program; 2012 ACCFCA Coach of the Year, 2012 IWCC led the nation in points per game (62.8) and in total offense with 598 yards per game Catch your opponents off guard this season and force them to keep up with your tempo. 2012 NJCAA National Championship coach Scott Strohmeier provides tips on philosophy, installation, practice schedules and drills for his high powered High Tempo No-Huddle Offense. The Reivers led the nation in total offense in 2012 with a whopping 598 yards per game. High Tempo No-Huddle Learn the philosophy behind the High Tempo No-Huddle Offense and the advantages it provides your offense and your team. The more snaps you have in a game, the more chances you have to score. Wear down bigger teams. Control the pace of the game and put the defense in unpredictable situations. Don't allow the defense to substitute. He discusses coaching techniques and multiple tempos that can be used to control the defense and game clock. Strohmeier covers signals, calls and other ways to communicate with their players. Practice Planning Develop a practice plan that goes high tempo from day one and delivers more reps per player. Strohmeier talks through general practice considerations when running the High Tempo No-Huddle Offense, as well as going through his recommendations for spring ball, fall camp installation and in-season practice. In-season practices are covered from Monday to Saturday including what to focus on each day. He also explains several drills that will help prepare your players to execute this offensive scheme. Strohmeier brings it all together using practice video to display their tempo and no-huddle scheme. In 2012, the Reivers averaged nearly 20 more points and 50 more yards of total offense per game than the next closest offense using this scheme. Now you can you integrate this proven system into your program. 56 minutes. 2013.

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Disruptive Full Court Pressure Defensive System

with Derrick Clark, Metro State Head Coach; 2013 D-II National Runner up; 2x RMAC Champions; Back-to-back seasons with 30-plus wins, conference championships, conference tournament championships, and NCAA Final 4 appearances Metro State Head Men's Basketball Coach Derrick Clark shows you how his teams have successfully used full-court defensive pressure to control the tempo of the game, force turnovers and create mental fatigue in their opponents. Philosophy Coach Clark's philosophical approach to controlling tempo, disrupting the opponent, and forcing turnovers has led to back-to-back seasons with 30-plus wins and Final 4 appearances. His defensive pressure package, which has frustrated numerous opponents, varies by type (man-to-man, zone), positioning (deny, face-guard, contain) and strategy (eliminate primary ball-handler, tempo/clock management, clamping on makes vs misses). Man-to-Man Full Court Press Coach Clark's "everyday pressing philosophy" starts with his 55 Press, a man-to-man, full-court pressure system that is easily adjusted based on the opponent's offensive formation. Coach Clark demonstrates how he adjusts his team's alignment against an opponent's "stack" and "4-across" press-break attacks. In a 5-on-5 setting, he demonstrates both trapping and run-and-jump options, as well various approaches to defending the opponent's primary ball handler. Arguably the most important component of the full-court pressure defense is the help-and-recover aspect once the initial front line defenders/trap has been beaten. Coach Clark discusses his approach to defensive recovery/transition, and later demonstrates it, using a breakdown drill that opens with the front-line defenders having already been beaten. A highly conditioned team can be successful at creating turnovers along the back end when placed in a disadvantageous state. However, players must be motivated to see every play through to its end and continuing the frenzied defensive pace no matter where the ball exists on the court. 2-2-1 Zone Press In addition to the 55 Press, Coach Clark also uses a 2-2-1 zone press that varies in its overall approach (passive vs aggressive) as a way to provide multiple looks at an opponent. Coach Clark outlines the passive version of his zone press (the Blue scheme), which forces the opponent to use up time on the clock by consistently having to take a slower approach to breaking the press. The aggressive version, the Red scheme, features ball pressure and aims for a successful trap that will yield a turnover. To fully illustrate his talking points, Coach Clark moves players around on the court, demonstrating specific moves and skills. Coach Clark also discusses "clamping the ball" off of a missed shot and gives a quick demonstration of trapping the defensive rebound as a means to disrupting the opponent's fast break attack, which allows the defensive unit to recover. Get your opponents out of their preferred tempo this season with Coach Derrick Clark's in-

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15-Minute Boot Camp Series DVD -15%

Improve your balance and strengthen muscle with this Boot Camp DVD from Weight Watchers. Limit 5 per household. PRODUCT FEATURES Four workouts focus on upper body, lower body, core & cardio. Beginner & experienced workouts offer customized training.

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15 Minute Results Yoga DVD -7%

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No matter how busy your day is, you'll be able to fit in a yoga workout with this Gaiam 15 Minute Results Yoga DVD.OverviewFeatures instruction by yoga master, Rodney Yee.Full-body toning and conditioning.Each targeted session hones in on the specific area you want to work on.Friendly, approachable style and descriptive commentary.Four 15-minute sessions:- Upper body toning- Lower body sculpting- Abdominal strengthening- Total body conditioningDetailsDesigned for: yoga, toning Level: all levels DVD Length: 60 minutes (15 minutes per each session)Teacher: Rodney Yee & Mariel HemingwayKeywords: yoga, daily, toning, sculpting, Rodney Yee, Mariel Hemingway

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15 Minute Results Yoga DVD -7%

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No matter how busy your day is, you'll be able to fit in a yoga workout with this Gaiam 15 Minute Results Yoga DVD.OverviewFeatures instruction by yoga master, Rodney Yee.Full-body toning and conditioning.Each targeted session hones in on the specific area you want to work on.Friendly, approachable style and descriptive commentary.Four 15-minute sessions:- Upper body toning- Lower body sculpting- Abdominal strengthening- Total body conditioningDetailsDesigned for: yoga, toning Level: all levels DVD Length: 60 minutes (15 minutes per each session)Teacher: Rodney Yee & Mariel HemingwayKeywords: yoga, daily, toning, sculpting, Rodney Yee, Mariel Hemingway

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Out of the Box: Open Water Swimming DVD

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Swimming isn't just for the pool anymore! The USA Swimming Out of the Box: Open Water Swimming DVD is great for beginning swimmers who want to head into the open water!Details Open Water's 10 kilometer race is the newest Olympic swimming event, and more swimmers are trying Open Water swimming every year. Some enjoy the new challenges and unpredictable conditions. Others like the break from the pool environment and find Open Water to be a great change of pace and scenery. DVD is an introduction to all the aspects of Open Water and gives a coach all the tools to get started in this exciting sport. Running time: 90 mins.

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In Pursuit of Excellence-4th Edition -20%

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This powerful step-by-step plan can help every athlete achieve excellence in any sport! Paperback 320 pages ImportedContents:Part I Envisioning Excellence Chapter 1: Choice of Excellence Chapter 2: Wheel of Excellence Chapter 3: Focus for Excellence Chapter 4: Journey to ExcellencePart II Preparing the Mind for Excellence Chapter 5: Self-Examination Chapter 6: Intensity and Relaxation Chapter 7: Distraction Control Chapter 8: Positive Images Chapter 9: Simulation Chapter 10: Self-Hypnosis Chapter 11: Zen ExperiencesPart III Building Toward Excellence Chapter 12: Perspectives Chapter 13: Goals Chapter 14: Commitments Chapter 15: Connections Chapter 16: Challenges Chapter 17: ActionsPart IV Realizing Excellence Chapter 18: Composure Chapter 19: Balance Chapter 20: Consistency Chapter 21: Resilience Chapter 22: Coaching Relationships Chapter : Team Spirit Chapter 24: Positive Self-Direction

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The Youth Double Wing 5-Pack

My double wing philosophy is pretty simple. I want to overwhelm the point of attack with more numbers then the defense has. I want to beat the defense with my base power play and force them to adapt to stop it. Once they do we will counter punch them with misdirection and play action passing. We want to control field position and time forcing our opponents to play the longest field possible while having to out score us with a small clock. - Jack Gregory, President of the Double Wing Symposium

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Championship Swim Training -15%

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Whether you're a coach looking to develop your program or a swimmer seeking to improve your technique, you'll benefit from swim coaching legend Bill Sweetenham's proven methods for improving performance in the backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, freestyle, and individual medley. Sweetenham has coached 63 top swimmers in international competitions to 27 Olympic and World Championship medals.Beginning with Sweetenham's five golden rules for swimming, Championship Swim Training is divided into two parts. Part I, Technique Drills and Sets, is designed to help pinpoint stroke deficiencies and improve stroke technique as well as sculling, starts, turns, finishes, and kick and pull training. Part II, Workouts and Programs, details the best way to plan the long-term development of juniors through masters swimmers, covers the critical tapering phase to get swimmers ready for competition, and provides detailed racing strategies.Table of Contents:Part I: Technique Drills and SetsChapter 1. Training SystemsChapter 2. Benchmark Test SetsChapter 3. Drilling for Performance Chapter 4. Butterfly Chapter 5. BackstrokeChapter 6. Breaststroke Chapter 7. FreestyleChapter 8. Individual Medley Chapter 9. ScullingChapter 10. Starts, Turns, and FinishesChapter 11. Kick and Pull TrainingPart II: Workouts and ProgramsChapter 12. Program PlanningChapter 13. Training Zone SetsChapter 14. Tapering for Competition Chapter 15. Dryland ConditioningChapter 16. Program Evaluation

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All-Access Skill Development & Conditioning Drills with Billy Donovan

with Billy Donovan, University of Florida Head Coach; 2007 & 2006 NCAA Champions; One of only two people ever to serve as head coach, assistant coach, and player in a Final Four From the pre-season agility, conditioning and weight training, to offensive and defensive skill development, this DVD features the complete Florida Gator pre-season program. Filmed on location at the University of Florida during actual practices, two-time National Championship Coach Billy Donovan provides a "live" look inside the Florida Gator Basketball program. This thorough program is designed to have athletes prepared for the rigors and demands of the upcoming season. Agility and Conditioning Workout (Disc 1) Florida Gator Strength and Conditioning Coach Preston Greene delivers a comprehensive dynamic stretching and warm-up segment that incorporates the lane running drill and an intense agility ladder workout that takes players directly into defensive slides. Players are taken through various close-out and defensive footwork drills designed to improve the athlete's ability to force, pressure and contain the basketball. These drills require physical and mental toughness and stamina. Coach Greene wraps up the conditioning portion by taking two Gator players through an intense weight training session that features 10 exercises performed with maximum effort and pace. Perimeter and Post Development (Disc 2) Coach Donovan takes the floor and leads his players through a fast paced series of shooting and attacking drills. Donovan starts with the Gator guards, as they perform transition shooting drills and dribble moves. He also demonstrates his "shoot and move" series where he emphasizes quickly getting set up to shoot by beating the ball to various spots on the floor. Donovan delivers the same drill intensity with the post players as he progresses from backboard tips and Mikan drills to various 1-on-1 catch and score drills. Utilizing heavy basketballs and toss-backs, Donovan forces players to compete in each competitive drill. This exhaustive post workout concludes with game-like pick-and-roll and live 2-on-2 post up drills. What makes this All Access skill development DVD unique is that Donovan provides extensive game highlight footage in between drills demonstrating the relevance of each competitive drill. Individual Defense (Disc 3) Donovan explains and demonstrates individual defense as he works in groups of two and four players, working first with the perimeter players and then the post players. Donovan covers all areas of defense ranging from stance and slide technique to help and exchange and ball screen responsibilities. He places emphasis on discouraging the drive, yet taking away the three point shot in all of his competitive defense drills. Donovan adds his competitive twist to learning how to handle screens by incorporating 2-on-2 live as players learn to defend down screens and back screens. He concludes the defensive segment by teaching how to defend the most

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All Access Virginia Lacrosse Practice with Dom Starsia

with Dom Starsia, University of Virginia Head Coach; 2011 NCAA Champions; 2011 F. Morris Touchstone Division I Head Coach of the Year (3-time winner of the award); 4x National Champions (2011, 2006, 2003, 1999); 7X ACC Coach of the Year (winningest coach in conference history); National Lacrosse Hall of Fame (2008) Explore the inner-workings of Dom Starsia's time-tested system of success as he allows you all access to his practices, drills, plays, philosophy and more. This extensive DVD set includes over five hours of footage from three full practices. Listen in as Coach Starsia provides a coaching perspective on his practices, what he teaches and why. Starsia provides priceless lacrosse knowledge as he coaches and teaches his players and shares coaching points for the drills and concepts he uses. Players begin with a pre-practice shooting session, getting into the flow of the game at their own pace. After stretching, the players warm-up as a team, working on their skills including stickwork, shooting and footwork. Starsia shows you how to incorporate game-like situations early and often in practice. By teaching these situations early, Starsia hopes to develop his players' instincts for handling them rather than overloading them with information and new concepts just before game day. Situations include skeleton offense, 6-on-6, 4-on-4 to 5-on-4, clearing patterns, extra man offense, defensive sliding and more. Practices end with smaller group situations, including ground balls and 1-on-1. The DVD set covers nearly every facet of building a successful lacrosse program the Virginia way. 261 minutes (3 DVDs). 2010. All Access videos are designed to allow viewers from all over the world to see how successful coaches run their practices in a "live" practice setting. All Access videos allow viewers to see the practices un-edited and in real-time. You will see how top coaches run their drills, interact with their team and staff, how they motivate their team, the cue words they use, the atmosphere of the practice and how practices are structured from day to day. Many coaches visit successful colleges and high schools to watch practice. But if you live out of state or out of the country, visiting another coach's practice can be costly. That's why we created the All Access Practice Series of videos -- to bring the practices to you!

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Final Draft - PC, Mac

Our exclusive Platinum Package comes with over $100 in bonus items, plus your purchase is backed by our 30-day money back guarantee. Teachers, Students and Military visit our Final DraftAcademicedition page. Specifically designed for writing movie scripts, television episodes and stage plays, Final Draft combines powerful word processing with professional script formatting in one self-contained package. There's no need to learn about script formatting rules; this innovative programautomatically paginates and formats your script to Industry standard as you write. Its ease-of-use and time-saving features have attracted professional writers for almost two decades, including Academy, Emmy and BAFTA award-winning writers like Oliver Stone, Tom Hanks, Alan Ball, J.J. Abrams, James Cameron and more.To say that version 8 is new and improved just scratches the surface of the enhancements made by the team behind this essential screenwriting tool. Watch this demoto see how easy it is to begin your screenplay See How You Can Adapt a Feature Screenplay into a Graphic Novel Write more efficiently with features that include: Scene View Outline your script ideas and re-order scenes in this high level overview With the Scene View, you can look at your script from a 5,000 foot view and select, drag and drop one or more scenes to reorganize your ideas as you outline. Insert new scenes easily, and hide or show information important to you such as the scene's action, title and summary. Scene View also displays a scene's color so you can quickly identify one scene from another. Print your Scene View or just view it alongside the script. With a double-click you can sync the script to instantly go to any scene you've selected in Scene View. Scene Navigator Manage and view important scene details in this sortable floating palette Manage the pace and flow of your story and keep track of up to 9 categories of information related to your scenes. The Scene Navigator is a sortable, customizable

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All Access Kentucky Basketball Practice (2010-11) with John Calipari

with John Calipari, University of Kentucky Head Coach; 2011 Final Four, 2x Naismith National Coach of the Year, 2009 Sports Illustrated National Coach of the Year, .771 career winning percentage Watch as John Calipari prepares his young team for the 2010-11 season which included a run into the NCAA Final Four. In this All Access DVD, Coach Calipari reveals everything he teaches and drills to get the Wildcats into an aggressive, attacking mindset on both the defensive and offensive ends of the floor. With this video set, Coach Calipari breaks down every drill in more detail than ever before to teach his team how to play the right way! Transition Defense The first practice is all about defense and getting the team ready to play at a fast pace and to disrupt any offense they may face. Likewise, Calipari balances this with an ability to slow the game down and make intelligent basketball decisions. Calipari has them begin with running their offense in the half-court and immediately transition onto the defensive end with constant pressure on the ball. His "Progression Drill" shows you how the defense reacts to odd numbers on the break. By building from a 2-on-1 and developing into 3-on-2, 4-on-3, 5-on-4, and finishing with a 5-on-5, you will see the principles of the Kentucky Wildcat defense and how they are able to cover so much ground. Man-to-Man Defense To play for Calipari you must commit yourself to the defensive end. With fundamental drills including lunges, charging drills, loose ball drills, stunting, box closeouts, and the impossible closeout he prepares his team to be an instinctive, aggressive defense. In the shell drill, you will see the basic responsibilities that the team must have to be successful: intense ball pressure, great help defense, high closeouts, and finishing with rebounds. Also included is their 2-2-1 press which is designed to speed up the pace of the game and create turnovers; covering how to align your press against one guard up or even against four-across. Dribble Drive Motion Offense Calipari shows you how he builds the Dribble Drive through breakdown drills, off of transition, and through numerous entry sets. Keeping to his principle of playing at a fast pace; Calipari has the team flow their half-court game straight into their transition offensive attack in a 5-on-0 setting working on numerous options. With breakdown drills including 11, 21, 32, Blood 33 and 44, and Skip 21 you will see how each drill reinforces the principle of attacking the rim and putting pressure on the defense. In both Kentucky's 2-Man Shooting and 3-Man Shooting breakdown drills, you will see how they work on the reads of the Dribble Drive while being able to play off of one another. Q&A Wrapping up both of the practice sessions, Calipari answers questions about his team and his approach to practice. He discusses topics on how to structure a practice, teaching young player's proper shooting technique, and how to attack sagging defenses. Calipari

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Red Fort Hill Pendant

Decorative and versatile, our Five Star Rated Fort Hill Pendant now comes in a rustic, barn red color. The Red Fort Hill Pendant adds classic ornamental lighting to your room. Use the single pendant to highlight your dining table or hang multiples to make a decorative statement above a breakfast bar or in a dim hallway. Professional installation recommended. 75W bulb. Includes a 48" adjustable metal chain, 82" cord, and ceiling plate. Imported. 15" diameter shade.

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Dog Tuxedo & Tails

Every man should own his own tuxedo, shouldn't your stylish pooch too? Features white collar, bow tie and tails. Made of poly-blend material.Sizing: XS: neck:6 - 9", chest:11 -13", length:8" Small: neck:8 - 10", chest:13 - 15", length:9" Med: neck:10 - 13", chest:15 - 17", length:10" Large: neck:13 - 15", chest:17 - 19", length:11" XL: neck:15 - 17", chest:19 - 23", length:12" XXL: neck:17 - 19", chest:23 - 25", length:13"

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All Access Volleyball Practice with Anne Kordes

with Anne Kordes, University of Louisville Head Coach; 2010 and 2011 USA Select National Team Lead Coach Anne Kordes shows you how to organize and run an effective preseason practice. This isn't a clinic that suggests how practice should go. Instead, you are thrust into the middle of Coach Kordes' preseason practices and shown what actually happens in her gym. Disc 1: Coach Kordes breaks down a practice plan that includes weightlifting and video review. The session includes multiple ball control drills as the practices concentrate on individual passing and defense. The team progresses to 6-on-6 and 5-on-6 game play, ending with a scrimmage. Drill highlights include: Ball Control Series - Drills feature Lanes Narrow, Lanes Wide, Run Thru Sequence and Side-to-Side Short. Mostly player initiated, these drills let the whole team work on ball-control skills while coaches travel around the gym monitoring progress and giving feedback. Digging Technique - A large part of this practice focuses on digging technique. After the coaches break down the skill, player-initiated drills are executed to focus on learning the techniques for digging hard-driven balls, balls in front of the player and balls outside of the midline. 6-on-6 Drills - The 6-on-6 portion is a basic wash format. However, it effectively shows how the coaches interact with the players to improve individual skill during actual play. Too often, coaches leave individual instruction for "drill time" and don't focus on individual skills during game-like scrimmages. This section of the presentation shows how to use practice time to improve athletes' individual skills. Disc 2: A variety of skills are featured in this segment including passing, serving and digging. Using a team approach, players execute drills that are designed to focus on one or two skills at a time. Warm-up drills keep the players moving at a fast pace as they practice getting to the ball, keeping their posture low and passing to the target. Drill highlights include: 4 v 4 Warm-up - A warm-up drill that trains players to defend left-to-left attacks, right-to-right attacks and pipe-to-pipe attacks. The drill helps to build the foundation of team defense by forcing defenders to communicate and defend in close proximity. Dig, Set and Cover Drill - This drill focuses on covering starts with a live swing from the opposite side. The team digs the ball and then covers the resulting set. The live swing/dig gives this drill a game-like feel, which makes the covering skill more transferable to actual games. Passing - Drills build from individual technique to game-like serve receive drills with scoring. Disc 3: The initial focus on Day 3 is technique. Setters work on footwork, hand training, and set placement while middles work on blocking patterns. Coach Kordes and her staff lead the players through ball control/rhythm drills, digging techniques, passing reps and serving speed drills. During the afternoon session, the focus is on competing. C

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Gilad: 15 Targeted Express Workouts (2 DVDs)

In this 2 DVD set, Gilad brings you 15 Express workouts that are under 10 minutes each. Here you will find fat burning cardio workouts, calorie burnin...

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