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  • Coaching Youth Football Defense, 3rd edition – John T. Reed
    parents meeting and many other topics The book features the 10 1 and Gap 8 defenses but discusses other defenses at length I recommend that you buy Coaching Youth Football and Gap Air Mirror Defense for Youth Football before you buy Coaching Youth Football Defense Coaching Youth Football Defense contains a number of valuable chapters that do not appear in any of my other books namely 29 95 206 pages Table of contents Reader comments and success stories Index Front matter copyright page etc What are the main keys to defense 8 2 1 and 10 1 defenses Videotape Scouting Analyzing scouting reports Substitution schedule Game day preparation Tracking plays Penalty avoidance Scoring on defense Pass defense Psyche up Stance Coaches meetings Pursuit angles Awards banquet Parents meeting Other defenses Teamwork Flip flopping Making weight Youth defensive coaches should buy Coaching Youth Football Gap Air Mirror Defense for Youth Football Coaching Youth Football Defense You get a 2 00 discount on domestic shipping if you buy two books and free domestic shipping if you buy three or more at the same time I am very proud of the reader comments I hope you will take a minute to look at

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  • Coaching Youth Football, 4th edition – John T. Reed
    Football Coaches Make Talking about football coaching generically as I do about offense in defense in my Freshman JV book because varsity coaches rule that area is not what youth coaches want or need They want detailed instructions on exactly what to do You cannot give readers detailed instructions without picking an offense and defense first Coaching Youth Football is my most comprehensive football coaching book It covers offense defense and special teams My only other tackle football book that does that is Coaching Freshman Junior Varsity High School Football but that book offers no specific offense or defensive schemes because freshman and JV coaches almost always have to use the same schemes as their varsity team Testimonial Outscored opponents 283 25 My name is Jeff Bateman I coach little league football in Lynchburg Va This year I put in the singlewing and the GAM defense I coach with my uncle who has been coaching for over 20 years I ran the offense and he ran the defense I change some things to make the offense my own but I left the key points in place We scored 283 points in 10 games the defense only allowed 25 points in those games My 1st string tailback rushed for over 1100 yards and scored 21 touchdowns this kid was only 8yrs old Thanks to you parents and even other coaches are asking what I m running I can t wait until next year when I put the spin series in Thanks again and you made a believer out of me Testimonial 34 pts game recovered 4 of 7 ONSIDE KICKS Most of your offensive strategies philosophies are ringing true for us We re averaging 34 pts game almost 500 yards total offense per game and between 50 60 offensive plays per game Recently we beat the Steelers 59 20 scoring the most offensive points in the history of the league We recovered 4 of 7 onside kickoffs On offense we re basically unstoppable I can tell you that I know had I not found your book I might have done OK but certainly would not have done as well as we have without it Keep writing about football My son can t wait to graduate from college and begin coaching at the high school level so he can try it there David Garic Radcliff KY Many buyers of Coaching Youth Football bought only that book and still reported great success in their local league I recommend that you also get my Single Wing offense book my GAM defense book and my clock management book but the Coaching Youth Football book does cover those topics albeit in much less detail Once upon a time I only had two coaching books Coaching Youth Football Defense and Coaching Youth Football It was during that time that many only had the Coaching Youth Football book and had great success implementing it with their teams If you are a head youth tackle football coach and you

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  • Football Clock Management, 5th edition – John T. Reed
    be the one your opponent uses to beat you That was really good Bill Walsh 6 1 04 John T Reed had just delivered a clinic speech on Football Clock Management to a select group of prominent minority coordinators at NCAA headquarters in Indianapolis Bill Walsh sitting in the front row after his lecture on the passing game stood up and made that comment to Reed Walsh seemed surprised at how much he had learned from the talk When Reed asked Walsh for advice on how to make the talk better Walsh added You re the man on clock management Act like it 298 pages Table of contents Improvements to FCM since 2001 Reader comments Football Clock Management News Football Clock Management errata Article about Seattle clock management in Super Bowl XL Index Front matter copyright page etc John T Reed s football coaching background Turbo charge any offense with the warp speed no huddle tempo It is a magnificently thorough treatment of the subject and is worthwhile reading for every coach and aspiring coach It must have been fun to research and write it Marv Levy Hall of Fame NFL coach Play by play analysis of the clock management of the Patriots Giants Super Bowl by John T Reed Every coach should read this book Hal Mumme Head Football Coach University of Kentucky Football Clock Management 4th edition is a 298 page 8 1 2 x 11 paperback book by John T Reed It covers the clock management aspects of offense defense and special teams 39 95 plus CA residents pay sales tax I know that our head Coach Miriello meant it when he said Football Clock Management is the best football coaching book I have ever read Gene McCabe Running Backs Coach Washington and Lee University Lexington VA

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  • Gap-Air-Mirror Defense for Youth Football, 2nd edition – John T. Reed
    of the other team against us neither hit the ground nor were caught by their team Mess up opponent s timing Jamming takes a bit more skill The drills for teaching it are in my GAM book You don t need much jamming to be successful because the six to eight man rush will almost always hurry the quarterback if it does not sack him Even a split second delay in the receiver s release can throw off the timing of the pass compared to what happened every time your opponent did it in practice where no one jammed the receivers Zone coverage a disaster in youth football Covering the receiver or a pass zone is the hardest thing to do And even youth quarterbacks can find and hit an open receiver if they have enough time Actually I hesitate to even mention zone coverage I tried it several times in youth football What a disaster I don t know why but the whole concept of zone pass coverage seems to be beyond the brain of a sub 16 year old Even when I coached high school varsity the defense could not do zone coverage in spring football The varsity defense coach said Use man I haven t had time to put zone in yet At the youth level you hardly have time to put in anything because you have to spend so much time on ultra basics like holding still until the snap watch the ball rather than listen to the quarterback s cadence on defense and so on So whenever there is a way to do something that saves time it is all but mandatory for youth coaches Gap Air Mirror Defense for Youth Football provides an extremely detailed description of how to staff install practice and troubleshoot the Gap Air Mirror defense or GAM Gap Air Mirror is terminology invented by John T Reed to describe the modern more flexible version of what used to be called the gap 8 and 10 1 defenses The gap 8 and 10 1 names were confusing some youth coaches into thinking they should always have that number of men on the line and behind the line In fact with modern offensive formations that vary considerably even at the youth level terminology that more accurately reflects the way the defense aligns against various formations was needed Actually putting 8 or 10 men on the line every play is a good way to get killed Complete Owners Manual The GAM defense is the only football defense in the universe that comes with a complete owners manual The most popular youth defense the 5 3 3 is not the subject of any currently in print book I do not like that defense at all for youth but even if a youth coach did like it how would he know how to run it Faded memories of how he played one defensive position 30 years ago Is he really even sure his high school

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  • Single-Wing Offense for Youth Football – John T. Reed
    It was invented by Pop Warner who was the winningest college coach of all time until just recently From its invention in 1912 until some time after the advent of the T formation in 1940 the single wing was the dominant offense in football Tom Harmon the Heisman Trophy winner from Michigan in 1940 was a single wing tailback Almost all college national championships and NFL championships in that period were won by single wing teams The T formation worked well back then mainly because the defenses were all geared up to stop the single wing Now the exact opposite is true The defenses are geared up to stop the T formation Today the typical offense at the youth and high school levels is a pro set I tight end and flanker on one side split end on the other fullback and tailback in the backfield In response the typical defense is a 5 2 3 with a strong safety as a third linebacker on the strong side of the offensive formation That is a very poor defense for stopping the single wing which is why most of my readers have been kicking butt with the single wing around the U S and Canada See the reader comments for my book Coaching Youth Football Single Wing Offense for Youth Football uses an unbalanced line single wing with a flanker Youth defense often fail to adjust to the unbalance line The single wing is a great offense for passing indeed the currently popular shotgun formation is a slightly modified version of the single wing Single Wing Offense for Youth Football has twelve plays total seven of which are passes or run pass options But the single wing is even better for running which is the forte of youth football players Run this offense and you will probably have both the most powerful and the most deceptive plays in the league The power plays work because you greatly outnumber the defense at the point of attack The deceptive plays work because the defense has to cheat to stop the power plays thereby weakening themselves in areas that you attack with misdirection plays Also the placement of the backs enables greater deception than the placement of T formation backs Single wing coaches report officials blowing plays dead because they were completely fooled by a fake linebackers shedding the ball carrier thinking he is a blocker and cameramen following the wrong guy for thirty yards down the field Heck opposing coaches and public address announcers don t even know what to call it let alone how to stop it They think it s a shotgun They fail to understand the basic concept of outnumbering them at the point of attack They try to stop the offense with a T formation defense with players scattered all over the field while the single wing coach masses his forces at the point of attack Their linebackers try to read the play too quickly which is suicide against

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  • The Contrarian Edge for Football Offense, 2nd edition – John T. Reed
    will have your opponents first string defenders throwing up on the sidelines and asking to be taken out of the game At younger levels it s harder to tire them out but easier to freak them out They cannot run plays that fast They will wonder how you can Also the warp speed tempo is a high reps skill that their offensive scout team will have great difficulty replicating Recruiting Contrarianism is not just play design and tempo It also relates to recruiting or NFL drafting and free agent acquisition Every fashionable or non contrarian team is running roughly the same offense That means they have to recruit or draft the same players If you are not winning the recruiting wars for those players you d better use a contrarian offense that optimizes the success of the players you can draft If you did not finish last in last year s NFL season you d better use a scheme that use the sorts of players you can acquire rather than asking second tier players to impersonate first round draft choices Your opponent s assumptions Assumption is the mother of all screw ups Analyze the video of your best opponent defenses to see what assumptions they made in the design of their defenses Then design your offense so that their assumptions are wrong Ways you can be contrarian You can be contrarian in all sorts of aspects of your team including formations using ineligible receivers for more than just blocking legal but rarely seen snaps run pass options throwing techniques like ambidextrousness underhand or two handed forward passes and more ancient forgotten or never before seen handoff techniques pass routes that break at different depths than normal and or at different angles than normal using 11th man who is not accounted for by the defense on offense rather than having one the quarterback go off duty right after the play starts varying durations between ready to play signal shifts motions and the snap unpredictably and differently than normal blocking with different positions than normally block the defender in question and coming from unexpected angles to make blocks turning the location of blocks and the path of the ball carrier into a maze rather than a straight alley the all audible offense that always attacks the weak spot in the defense as seen by the offensive players on the field just before the snap not what the coach in the booth or the sideline thought was going to be the weak spot earlier using game theory and random numbers to make the opposing defense watch everything paranoid all the time the many times in the game when you need not fear complexity because you can show the players a complete diagram of the play just before the play the use of modular systems which allow you to generate thousands of different plays but only require each position to learn a small number of modules regarding what they do on the play contrarian

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  • All John T. Reed Real Estate Products Bundle
    a 5 discount to customers who buy all of our real estate products Total price for 20 books and a 1 year subscription to Real Estate Investor s Monthly is 729 free domestic shipping and handling included John T Reed s real estate investment background Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin it 0 Fancy 1 We Also Recommend How to Get Started in Real Estate Investment 29 95 John T Reed

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  • How to Get Started in Real Estate Investment – John T. Reed
    take I don t want this book to be another reason for investors to procrastinate Part of the process is setting goals that you thought through logically Many investors including myself start by making goals based on impressive round numbers I had several financial goals when I was in my early twenties One was to have a five million dollar net worth Another was to own 100 residential units In pursuit of those goals I became a millionaire then a former millionaire Why 100 units Why 5 million You should decide on a number because it makes sense not because of how impressive it sounds You should make a shopping list of everything you want to be able to buy in your life add it up and that s your goal Selecting your strategy Real estate investment is a broad topic with many sub topics that often differ greatly from each other There s residential office retails industrial agricultural recreation raw land schools hospitals airports parking lots and garages churches etc As a general rule you must pick one of them Each is so specialized that you would find it extremely difficult to be expert in more than one On top of that each of these topics varies greatly based on different factors Don t think you can profit buying a golf course in New York because you did very well with golf courses in Arizona And climate is just one factor Learn about the other factors in Chapter 2 Acquiring real estate knowledge Once you pick a strategy to focus on you can start acquiring the expertise necessary to succeed using that strategy How to Get Started in Real Estate Investment tells you where to go to get the specific information for your strategies and other techniques to help you including where not to get information You also need to understand general real estate law as well as various related topics like finance Mentors A mentor is a more experienced usually older friend who gives you free advice and watches out for you Notice my emphasis on the word FREE See my chapter on Mentors for more Getting a job in real estate An excellent way to learn about real estate is to get a job working in real estate Crazy I know but if you re a medical doctor you probably cannot afford to quit your practice to become a title company officer When I was in the Army I devised a six year plan of working to learn For the first two years I was going to work as a house real estate salesman Then I was going to work two years as a property manager Then I was going to work two years as a mortgage loan officer Looking back on it I had the right basic idea but the details of my plan were flawed See Chapter 5 Your first purchase So after setting specific goals selecting a strategy acquiring knowledge on that strategy maybe

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