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In the blink of an 👁, the gronk era has come and gone Playing at as high a level as anyone to ever line up at the position while simultaneously operating in a constant semi-Spring Break state🌴 is a microcosm for the pleasure it was to watch Rob Gronkowski every gamelets break it down AOstyle, for old time’s sake • —Gronk starts on a quick-set motion into the boundary. This is a surefire way to 1)Get playmaker in space 2)Get a look at what coverage the D is in based on the defensive reaction. —He runs a 🍌drag route that gains depth and then ‘peels’ to create space. —The big man has to adjust his body and rotate to his inside shoulder on a ball thrown behind himhe makes this look easy, and transitions straight into a spin-move to shed the first tackle🔄. —Then, our beloved Gronk REALLY goes to worka stiff💪 followed by another in rapid succession happens SO fast that it’s easy to miss the ball switch arms. This is a high risk maneuver executed brilliantly while also tracking incoming tacklers. —Gronk uses his deceptive/terrifying speed to get to space, where he lets his athleticism take over, ROCKETING🚀 into the end zone and absorbing contact mid-flight. —Finish it off with a signature ‘Gronk Spike’ for good measure😤. • • • Few, if any, will ever be able to replicate this kind of dominance. AObreakdowns

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Film Session 1️⃣1️⃣: Winning Double Moves ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🔼🔼 VOLUME 🔼🔼 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ This video is going over Double Moves from a general lens, so we won’t break down each individual double move. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ There are some constants for every double move. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We want to “Run our first route before our second.” Meaning, if we were watching film of a “Post Corner” and paused the route before breaking to the corner, we should believe that it was a post route. It is common to rush double moves, which is something we want to avoid. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We want to “Find the QB” or snap our eyes/head to the quarterback. Out of our first route, we want to turn our head like we are expecting the ball, before breaking to our second move. This will really give the defensive back something to break on. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The defensive back’s leverage will determine how long we have to stay on our first route, and if we need to really “find the QB.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ LIWRAcademy LIWRA FilmSession AlwaysOpen WideReceiver DavanteAdams GreenBayPackers AmariCooper DallasCowboys OaklandRaiders MarquiseGoodwin FortyNiners BrandinCooks LARams FilmRoom ChalkTalk

15 hours ago

I've always been a gearhead in anything i've ever done. Just picked up this smoooof mic from astonmics . It sounds amazing. And buttery. Is that a thing? 🤪

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BE THE 🔨 NOT THE NAIL • CORNERBACKS—take note📝 From 1st-Round prospect byronmurphy on how to make your presence FELT in the slot • —In off-man or zone coverage, a cushion can make or break DBs; Allowing WRs to eat-up space at a PacMan rate can expose the CB to an entire route-tree if they get out of a clean-pedal or even momentarily out of phase —The counterpoint to this, is that a soft cushion can bait a QB into throwing “killshot passes” to their WRs, leaving them prone to drops, 🐊arms, and EXPLOSIVE hits such as this one🧨🎯. —The space Murphy leaves here gives the illusion of an “open” receiver to the QB. As the ball is leaving his 🖐, Murphy is already tracking on a PERFECT angle. —As he arrives at the 🏈, he chops his feet, shortening his stride and squaring his body for contact. —With the receiver turning upfield, he lowers his ‘strike zone’ into the acceptable realmHe makes principle contact with his shoulder, without affecting the head. CLINICAL TACKLE. —Dislodging the ball ensures that it’s a net of zero yards for the offense, paired with the psychological impact of the QB/WR preferring NOT to go to Murphy’s side any more. • Helluva play. Hit a little flex💪, Line up the pins🎳,and knock ‘em down again😤 AObreakdowns

2 days ago

Now that’s just classy 😆. Loving that 85mm 1.4. 🎥🔥🎬 📷: anthonytphoto

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Film Session 1️⃣0️⃣: The importance of our Vertical Stem ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🔼🔼 VOLUME 🔼🔼 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “Everything’s a fade until it’s not” - sidelinehustle ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Something that stuck with me because it made a lot of sense. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Regardless of what route you are running, in order to keep the separation versus off coverage, we must push vertical. Our vertical stem is no different than a sprinter’s drive phase. We want to mimic that as best as possible. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We don’t want to give the DB any indicator that we AREN’T going vertical; to do that we must not change our level (until our break, depending on route), must not change our stride, must keep our shoulders square in the direction of our stem, and must look him in his eyes/through him. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ He will respect the threat of getting beat deep. If he doesn’t, get ready to go up top on him ‼️‼️‼️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ LIWRAcademy LIWRA FilmSession AlwaysOpen WideReceiver Falcons ZayJones BuffaloBills PierreGarçon WashingtonRedskins JulioJones AtlantaFalcons FilmRoom ChalkTalk

3 days ago

Do what you love every day. Make the time. Don’t wait. Hustle. Grind. Make things happen. 🎥🔥🤘🏻🎬 📷: anthonytphoto

4 days ago

Today I have a photoshoot and filming session with Xero at home. Last year the Xero marketing team got in touch after my feature in the Daily Mail and NZ Herald. They wanted to showcase me as a successful client that is growing their business using the xero platform. Ive been a client of Xero's for over 5 years and was originally attracted to it as another NZ business working in the UK. Xero has had such an amazing growth internationally and it is an innovative company that has helped our business grow. xero womaninbusiness womaninconstruction femaleentrepreneur girlbosslife atraliving ontap filmsession filmcrew mumpreneur workingmumlife workingwoman femalebusinessowner workinginpartnership

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An absolutely BEAUTIFUL aspect of College Football is when preparation+patience open the door as opportunity knocks💥🚪 • ️⃣2️⃣4️⃣is boobiemilesxxiv , Penn State RB and NFL Draft sleeper extraordinaireWith plays like this ALL OVER his tape, and the exposure of a powerhouse D1 program, how is he not getting the exposure and hype in the buildup to April’s NFL Draft? • The answer is simple: Saquon Barkley. • The Depth Chart🗒: It can be the folly of ANY High School CFB recruit across the country, from 5-⭐️ guys, to unranked walk-ons The reality is, that nothing fuels a team’s ascent to greatness like internal competition. The other side of that coin, is that sometimes EXCEPTIONALLY talented individuals are 2nd or even 3rd on the Depth Chart based on the positional skill in front of them • —It’s how a player like Sanders can go from 56 carries COMBINED in his first 2 years to 221 in ‘18 once Barkley departed for the League —It’s how a player who averaged 6.0 YPC in his time as a Nittany Lion and rushed for 1274 in his lone season as the starter can slip through the cracks of the national hype-scene, despite having EERILY similar Combine numbers to his predecessor,(who went 2nd overall in ‘18) —And sadly, it’s how many players lose their passion for the game in collegeBeing buried in the roster can be discouraging, disheartening, and downright infuriating. Players who dominated in HS join an entire TEAM of dominant athletes and have to compete for the first time against people with potentially more natural skill than them. You have to USE IT AS ⛽️ • Compete in practice EVERY DAY. Don’t get discouraged. Don’t focus on the ‘game’ of those in front of you; focus on your own evolution. Make yourself an ASSET through Special Teams. Forge a path, find a way. When your opportunity comes, be ready to answer the call. And most importantly: NEVER lose your love of the game! AObreakdowns

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Film Session 9: Out & Up from tight split / condensed set ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🔼🔼 VOLUME 🔼🔼 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The Falcons ran so much quick out from a tight split through the first three weeks, this route was perfectly timed. It came in the 4th quarter in a one score ball game. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ This was justdoit_cb3 6th touchdown in 3 games, his film over that three game span was something special to watch. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Any questions, leave a comment & or shoot a DM. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Questions about training for this summer, shoot a message or an email - liwracademy ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ LIWRAcademy LIWRA FilmSession AlwaysOpen WideReceiver Falcons CalvinRidley JulioJones AtlantaFalcons FilmRoom ChalkTalk

6 days ago

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On this 🍀ST.PATTY’S DAY🍀, we felt it would be appropriate to hit an AObreakdown on a former Fighting Irish👊🇮🇪 standout. yolo_smith9 would have been a Top-5 Pick if it weren’t for a Bowl Game injury that left his football career in jeopardy He fell to the 2nd round of the Draft, and it’s safe to say the Cowboys stumbled upon a proverbial “Pot of Gold” as the keystone of their defense for years to come • —Smith and LVE are taking on a ‘zone’ blocking scheme, where the interior OL ‘scrape’ off of their blocks and climb to the 2nd level. Schematically, it is incredibly effective at creating creases for one-cut RBs to slash to daylight and break off big runs+chunk yardage. —Recognition is the 🔑 hereless than half a second passes before Smith triggers decisivelyand in that half-second, he simultaneously processes alignment, spacing, and the opponent playbook he will have scouted in the week leading up to gameday. He doesn’t waste any steps—when he sees the impending gap, he immediately punches the ‘gas pedal’ and moves to beat the RB to the LOS⛽️ —He beats the Right Guard with speed, and follows the FB who flashes across his face straight into the hole. —When he arrives at the point of attack, he lowers his pad level without tapering speed at all, and explodes his hips through with a simultaneous arm wrap. In the last few frames, pay close attention to his hipsTHAT is how you FINISH! • Hip explosion through a tackle can mean the difference between a 2-yard gain or a 2-yard loss. Over the course of a game, those yards add up, and can mean the difference between victory and defeat. • Put in the work in the🎥room to REACT on game day with minimal & immediate cerebral processing🧠. Have the confidence to BE DECISIVE based on the work you put in leading up to a gameThe rest will take care of itself.

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Hilarious time filming with this crew! Had a blast teaming up once again with the awesome e_b_1 🤜, going head to head with the tough suzanne_xiques 💪 (seriously strong as crap) and getting crazy with coachjtmiller 🤣 • • Why we do it? To raise awareness and funds to help end the water crisis around the world! Partner with us and neverthirst_water , $25 literally saves a life! Link in bio. • • funday sundayfunday sundayvibes workoutforwater sandlot baseball cleanwater water h2o donation donate missions livingwater gettingcrazy havingfun parody headtohead challenge missiontrip fun filming film shortfilm filmsession helpingkids cambodia fitaid uab birmingham avondalepark

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Checking out that 4k footage and script notes on scene for the music video "kind" by itsfrankiecote . In the zone. This is going to be my favorite project yet. Stay tuned 📷 anthonytphoto

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Unfold that napkin into your lap and button your bibwhen we say we want everyone in the AthleticOutlook circle to EAT, it means it’s time to settle in for a FEAST🤤🍽 • That includes our boy tyrellwilliams_ , and we have a suspicion he’s been grubbing quite a bit of takeout based on the bag he just “picked up” in Free Agency💰🥡👀 • Tyrell has the speed to “take the top off” a defense quicker than a bad barber💈 The Division 2 product made his way into the League by way of Western Oregon University, and has steadily progressed his game, evolving his skill set from year to yearHis talent, work ethic, and humility congregated in a contract year, and he just inked a 4yr/$44M sheet with the Silver & Black to line up opposite 🆎 in Oaktown. • The clip featured above is a prime example of the kind of player Tyrell is; it’s a manifested microcosm of his will to COMPETE on every play • —Williams starts with a DB pressing him in inside leverage. A short lateral step paired with a subtle 🖐-swipe clears him of the DBs reach, and allows a smooth release. —He uses his ELITE speed to claw his way up the hash, bowing his route to find space. —As he gets his eyes around, the ball is already in the airhe has MILLISECONDS to process that the ball has been thrown to his back-shoulder, and he has to adjust. —Williams elevates, then DOMINATES. The hangtime on his leap is reminiscent of a certain Chicago Bull legendit allows him to manipulate his body in the air and drape his arms over Ward(20)’s back. —He clamps the ball with enough strength to withstand the impact of the DBs exertion AND his landing. This is the product of HOURS on the ‘Jugs’ machine, working the mitts👐. —With the DB contesting and a Safety closing to rearrange his face, Williams has the stones to hang in and FIGHT to secure the rock. • Tyrell made it look EASY on this playwhat you don’t see is the behind-the-scenes work that took place over the course of a CAREER to make this exceptional play look as easy as pie. • Congrats on the contract tyrellwilliams_ You EARNED it. 🙌 AOBreakdowns

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Film Session 8: Running a slant versus an off cover defender (VOLUME UP!) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ When we have a slant versus a high or off cover defender, we want to think of the phrase “less is more,” meaning we don’t have to get too fancy. There are a few keys to winning on a slant versus off: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ▪️Push vertical (get the DB to retreat) ▪️Keep shoulders square, don’t change your height, or change your stride (provide no indicator for the DB to break on the route) ▪️Don’t chop up your steps at the top, one step cut to the slant (slam step) ▪️Look him in the eyes, don’t look where you’re going or cutting. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ LIWRAcademy LIWRA FilmSession VerticalRoute AlwaysOpen WideReceiver Falcons Giants Vikings ReubenRandle CalvinRidley AldrickRobinson

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Film Session 7: Winning a Vertical Route versus Outside Leverage (press & low man) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In the clips featuring kkeelanccole & donnieavery we see vertical routes being run against a low cover defender with outside leverage. Since he is off the ball a bit, we want to attack his outside leverage (outside shoulder) with our first few steps. They should be full strides to really threaten the DB. As he expands to protect his leverage, we want to stick our outside foot in the ground and slip underneath him; be prepared for combat with either a chop or a wipe. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In the clips featuring taeadams we see a vertical being run against a press defender with outside leverage. DaVante uses a sudden outside jab to hold him, and wipes off the defenders attempt at a jam. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The most important part about winning vertical while releasing inside is having a sense of urgency to expand back outside in order to stack the defensive back. This puts our body in between where the football will be and the defensive back. As you expand to stack the corner in this case, you also create more separation from a high safety. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ LIWRAcademy LIWRA FilmSession VerticalRoute AlwaysOpen WideReceiver Packers Chiefs Jaguars KeelanCole DonnieAvery DaVanteAdams

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Attention all Gamers and Streamers! Impact Complex is dropping knowledge. You could be getting a larger tax deduction and may not know how! Click on the link in my bio to learn more and watch the full video! Make sure to like and subscribe 😎 Also, follow chrisedoria who plays a large part in turning the footage into straight 🔥 when we out in the field!

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The digital quality of these clips may not be “elite”, but the dude flying around the field THUMPING people sure is💥 • Landon Collins set the Safety market this offseason with some SERIOUS💰going his way to entice the 3x Pro-Bowler to cruise cross-division to Washington. The 6-year $84M deal is a hefty bag, especially considering the rampant fluctuation in monetary valuation of the Safety position over the past 5 years. These clips will give you an idea of why Collins is worth every penny: The first instance is one of the finest football plays you will see from a Defensive player • —Collins is rolled down into the box in man-coverage of the wide-offset RB. He recognizes ‘snap-imminent’ motion from a WR(Lockett) notorious for his big play burners. Collins tracks the prospective Jet Sweep in his periphery while maintaining a visual on his coverage assignment. —As the handoff is made and his coverage assignment vacates the backfield & begins to climb to him, Collins maintains outside leverage on the back with a smooth lateral scrape while simultaneously climbing to the LOS on a bowed track. —He plays the ‘cut’✂️with his hands, effecting the blocker JUST enough that even though he gets into his feet, Collins’ isn’t “trading one-for-one”; he’s still in the play and locked onto them ballcarrier🔒, who sees Collins go down, and thinks he has a pocket of space —Remember all those Up-Downs your coach made you do?Yeahmuscle memory pays off🧠💪Collins pops up just as Lockett goes to hurdle, catching him at a PERFECT leverage point and FINISHING with authority. • —The second clips shows PHENOMENAL tackling form, as Collins lowers his center of gravity to match the RBs pad level, and strikes with his shoulder as he uncoils his hips from speedhe keeps the 👑 of his helmet out of the strike zone. • THIS is what elite looks like. This is what gets you PAID in the League, what gets you Drafted from college, and what gets you a Scholly Offer if you’re in HS📝👀. • Enjoy that bag thehumble_21you’ve earned it. AOBreakdowns

1 week ago

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When your crushing the film session with the boys and the daily 6pm shutdown happens on the school computer 😭 😭 . At least coach ciolino hooked up the boys with some snacks🥨🥤🍿. filmsession dplax trusttheprocess

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Screen Passes require a balanced combination of timing⏱, speed🏎 and power⚡️to execute. They have the potential to be momentum-snatching gamebreakers👍, or drive-killing whiteboard-erasers👎 Let’s break this AAF chunk-yardage play down, AO style • —Misdirection motion from the Off-back paired with a shoulder-flip+pump fake from the QB to the wide side of the field occupies the lone LB not blitzing, and vacates the middle of the field. —RB runs a smooth route after feigning pass-pro. Eyes come around at exactly the right moment. —Center executes an excellent ‘chip’ & release, outward-bracketing the RAC lane for the ballcarrier with the Right Guard, who impedes the DT just long enough for the QB to get the throw off. —RB transitions rapidly to speed. Excellent downfield blocking by OL and BACKSIDE slot receiver spring him loose. —Lateral swerve in the open field to make a man miss. —Stiff arm for the agesnot because of the action itself, but the downfield block that finished it. • All of this on one play. A full team effortAnd after a play like that, what do you do? • Short memory—still have to score. Get to the line. Dig in. Punch it in. AOBreakdowns

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Film Session 6: “Pump” Route ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The pump route is similar to your traditional “out and up,” in that you are still selling an out (depth varies). On the pump, after you complete the out route, you want to work back inside near the hash. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The receiver must not rush the out route before moving to the “pump.” Our job is to manipulate our cover defender, and the way we do that is by making him believe we are running an out (vertical stem, drop weight / roll over, shoulders parallel to sideline, snap head to QB). It can be run with a speed cut, or a square cut / pressure out. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Just like in any double move, we have to run the first one, before we can run the second. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ LIWRAcademy LIWRA FilmSession PumpRoute AlwaysOpen WideReceiver Packers Patriots ChrisHogan RandallCobb EquanimeousStBrown ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

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HOW MUCH DO YOU LOVE THIS GAME?!?!🏈 This clip is demonstrative of the PASSION it takes to play ‘ball at the highest level • Pay close attention to bryanbraman no.50 on the houstontexans : Kickoff-cover extraordinaire, Special Teams Ace, and certified MADMAN👀 • When he comes into the frame, you will notice the perfect banana-peel pursuit angle he takes to the returner, leveraging him to the sideline while closing the distance🍌 • The next thing you will notice: HE DOESN’T HAVE HIS HELMET ON There have been some crazy plays from receivers who lost their helmet and continued running with the rock(Jason Witten, Jeremy Shockey), but the rules have since been changed to end the play once a ballcarrier’s helmet is dislodged Braman is the TACKLER on this play; he’s the one INITIATING CONTACT💥 • We are NOT condoning anyone going out and spearing someone without a 🧠-bucket on This clip is meant to show how much PASSION matters in this game we cherish. If you truly love the game of football to your core, there is NOTHING you won’t do for your team. • Strap-up, click in, button your bonnet⛑ And NEVER stop loving this game AOBreakdowns

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Film Session 4: Beating Man Coverage Out of Stack Sets (we got quite a few questions about this route from our Keenan Allen video the other day) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ One of the easiest ways to beat man to man coverage is to line up receivers with tight splits to one another (stack, bunch, cluster.) They all have the ability to create a natural rub, and make it chaotic for defenders to sort out the receiver they’re responsible for. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ There are a few ways defenses can cover this stack set the chargers line up in at the top of the formation: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ☝🏻 “Banjo” which means the low cover defender would either have the first receiver to release inside, and the high cover defender would have the first receiver to release outside (or vice versa). This gets difficult for defensive backs when both receivers release the same way. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ✌🏻 A version of man to man, where the low cover defender would shadow the point man briefly and let him go to the defender behind him, he would then pick up the receiver off of the ball. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 👌🏻 Finally, and what we see in this video, is to lock man to man. You will often see the defenders get on different levels to avoid your traditional “rub” (according to the offensive guys) or “pick” (according to the defensive guys). ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ You’ll see in the video how to really beat man coverage using the stack set. This is not only a great job by Keenan Allen to sell getting across the field before returning outside, but also by Mike Williams to inside release vertical and give the high defender no chance at matching Allen back out to the sideline. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ LIWRAcademy LIWRA FilmSession StudentOfTheGame RouteRunning ChalkTalk AlwaysOpen LongIslandFootball MoreThanAGame

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🚨Exposing the 1v1 Mismatch!🚨 •••••• A guard has the advantage when a “big” defends them 1v1 on the perimeter. On the flip-side, a “big” has the advantage when a guard defends them 1v1 in the post. The 🔑 is to create, recognize, and expose these mismatches. ——————————————————————————— In this clip: A good offensive sequence between jharden13 and alhorford (and their respective teams) creating, recognizing, and exposing 1v1 mismatches in optimal locations on the court. It begins with Harden getting two back-to-back screens, keeping his dribble, staying patient, and creating his desired 1 on 1 mismatch on the perimeter against Center, Al Horford. Harden then meticulously attacks his prey with a couple rhythm dribbles into his patented step-back 3 pointer. After Harden scores the ball, Horford does a good job of running back on offense, forcing Harden to now guard him in the post. The Celtics recognize this mismatch and quickly feed Horford the ball where he is able to take advantage & draw the easy foul on Harden, leading to 2 free throws. ——————————————————————————— Celtics Rockets Offense FilmSession FilmWork BasketballFilm Basketball NBA NCAABasketball CollegeBasketball MarchMadness HighSchoolBasketball Mismatch BasketballAnalysis BasketballTraining BasketballCoaching PlayerDevelopment BasketballScouting BasketballTips houstonrockets celtics kobebryant pjtucker lethalshooter no.chill.gil kyrieirving ——————————————————————————— Video: jtaring

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Film Session 3: Diamond Release featuring amaricooper9 AKA “King of Diamonds” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The “Diamond Release” is one of the many ways we teach to win a slant route versus press man; and Amari Cooper is one of the best there is at it. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ This release works best when the cover defender has inside leverage or is head up. The reason it is called the “Diamond” is because we want to think of attacking the defensive back in the angle of a “V” (a diamond is two V’s) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ With the Diamond Release, the receiver wants to attack approximately two yards outside the defender and really sell a vertical route to get him to open up his hips & turn to run. Once he flips his hips to run with the vertical route, we want to snap the route back underneath him. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Depending on how high of an angle the defender takes to run with the vertical will determine the break we use to snap underneath. If he is high, we can use a one-step slam to snap underneath. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ If he is lower and closer to our inside hip (like in Coop’s last route), we may need to use a sudden weight drop, and take an extra step or two to drive into our slant / in breaking route. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ You may have to use a throw-by if the distance between yourself and the defender is small. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Most importantly: push vertically & be prepared to get physical at the breakpoint. Remember, we want him to win over the top, don’t rush out of the outside vertical stem. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Tag a Receiver who you think could learn from this FilmSession ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ LIWRAcademy WideReceiver NassauCountyFootball LongIslandFootball DiamondRelease AmariCooper Slant Release

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With the news breaking today that jmanziel2 will test the waters of the AAF, we figured it’s time to jump into some “bounce around” tape of the polarizing QB who is now ‘bouncing’ from league to league • Johnny Manziel was notorious for his playmaking-escapability during his Heisman run at A&Mhe demonstrated the ability to stand tall in the pocket and INSTANTLY flip a switch when pressure threatened to collapse the pocket from any direction around him, slithering and squirming his way to a minuscule patch of ground that he could coil and rip an off-platform throw from • The clips above show a modern-day Houdini in action💫and while the camera frame shows the exceptional talent of ONE player clawing to keep the play alive, what it doesn’t show is the work of the 10 other offensive players to ensure that if Manziel can pull a proverbial🐰out of his helmet, that they’re waiting there with a 🥕 to make the catch and finish the job • —RECEIVERS: you should immediately engage “scramble drill” tactics when your eyes see the QB vacate the pocket. —BACKS: chip pass rushers and make yourself a checkdown option. Disorganized “corral mode” pass rush makes you even more dangerous in space! —HOGGIES: find work. Your top priority is still to protect the QB, even if he has left the safety of the cradle. Go get a pancake to-go! —COACHES: Identify your ‘wild card’ players, and put them in a position to make plays when the situation calls for chaos. Create weekly drills that force your players to REACT! • Johnny Football was elite at the “scramble drill”🍳 because of his lateral agility, pocket presence, risk-taking propensity AND the work of 10 other guys making sure he had a chance to get the ball off + someone on the other end to catch it. AOBreakdowns

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Film Session 2: Spray Out / Attacking Leverage ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In these two videos of Stefon Diggs & Geronimo Allison, we see the “spray out” out of a condensed formation. Both routes are a part of the stick concept, with the route inside of them running the “stick” route. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In the first video, Diggs (bottom of screen) is running a spray out and rolling off of his inside foot because the cover defender is high. However, he doesn’t do a great job attacking his leverage; his aiming point off the LOS should be for the defenders outside shoulder - “spray out”. This will threaten him, and force him to widen and slightly bail, creating more separation at the catch. He gets a little bit too vertical and then stems late. Diggs also turns his shoulders ever so slightly before rolling off of that inside foot. This triggers the defensive back to drive the route. The defensive back is on him right as he catches it. However, Diggs does an exceptional job finishing “negative” / friendly to the quarterback. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In the second video, Geronimo Allison (top of screen) is essentially running the same exact route as Diggs, and the Packers are running the same concept as the Vikings. Allison does a great job attacking his cover defender’s leverage, by spraying at his outside shoulder. Since his defender is high, he stays completely square to his landmark until he rolls over that inside foot. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Diggs, in my opinion, is one of the most underrated route runners in the league. His ability to manipulate defenders in a variety of ways is special. After watching more and more film of the Packers, Allison does some great stuff as well. His future is bright. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Tag a Receiver that you think could benefit from this! FilmSession LIWRAcademy WideReceiver AlwaysOpen Separate LongIslandFootball NassauCounty SuffolkCounty

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The dynamic of an entire Defense can depend on the cohesiveness of a single position group within the unit as a whole Whether it is an underlying attribute or overarching attitude, one player can set the tone for the restWhen TWO cogs in ‘the machine’ are turning in unison, the productivity and potential are red-lined and maxed out⚙️📈 • From 2011-2012, there was some SERIOUS wood being laid in SF by Dashon Goldson(38) and Donte Whitner(31): a back-end secondary duo known as “The Lumber Company” who made the middle of the field a highly dangerous area for any prospective pass-catchers facing the Niners⚠️. • In the clip above, you can see the PUNISHING dominion with which the Lumber Co. enforced their will on opponents—Look at the turnovers they forced, and how many of them were enabled by the actions of one and capitalized on by the otherthat is PURE chemistry between teammates🧪 • The combined physicality of Goldson and Whitner is enabled by the level of trust they established between themselves; having the confidence that the other safety will be in position allows the remaining member of the duo to to trigger decisively and take bigger risks. By working in unison, these ballhawks established systematic symbiosis that made them one of the most intimidating enforcer pairings in the league • Have you put in the time to build trust with your unit? ⏰ Can you take risks knowing that they will back you up? 👀 To make this kind of elite physicality look routine, you need to establish next-level chemistry with your teammates. Put in the work, CHOP THAT WOOD❗️💪 🌲 AOBreakdowns

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A PLATE TO BE BROKEN🎬 ⠀ ⠀ Have you ever bought a plate to break it on your shooting? ⠀ ⠀ Well, some of the film directors(mostly in Russia) believe that if you write all the names of a crew on a plate and then break it after the first successful shot, this will bring luck to your project. ⠀📺 ⠀ • ⠀ • ⠀ filmmaking plate filmdirector filmmaker crew camera cinema filmingcrew filmmakersoninstagram russiancinema studentfilmmaker studyfilm cinemania studystudy cinematics filmsession traditions russia

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Sometimes, there simply aren’t words to describe an utterly BEAUTIFUL football playwhich may have been the case with the barbecue-enthused commentator for this game🤣🙅‍♂️🍗🍔🌭 • In all seriousness, we love the ‘call’ almost as much as we love the play from denzelwardfor lack of a more fitting term, this is a SAUCY rep from the man who would become the no.4 overall pick in the ‘18 NFL Draft. Lets break it down, AO style • Ward starts wide in a press-shell on the receiver. As he starts his pedal, he opens his hips to the inside to maintain outside leverage. This also allows him to keep his eyes to the inside, so that when he sees the slot receiver bow his route on a shallow track, he comes off the “carry” and squats in the flats • As the ball is thrown, Ward takes two ‘gather’ steps, squares his hips, and coils Simultaneous to the arrival of the ball, Ward EXPLODES through the prospective pass-catcher with his hips and violent arm action. His ‘strike zone’ is excellent, and he makes initial contact with his inside shoulder, avoiding helmet-to-helmet contact. This is some SERIOUS pop on display💥🧨 He then FINISHES the play by pressing and scooping the ball. Regardless of the whistle or initial call, ALWAYS scoop a loose ball🍨 — Corners: in a zone coverage, your mentality should be to “lurk”hide in plain sight, bait the QB, and then STRIKE when the moment is right with an INT, PBU, or a crushing hit like this one⚡️ AOBreakdowns

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Repost nadaestudiocriativo ・・・ É HOJE A 19ª sessão do nosso cineclube chega trazendo o clássico "Eles Vivem" (They Live), filme estadunidense de 1988, escrito e dirigido por John Carpenter, diretor de inúmeros outros filmes hoje cults como Halloween, Fuga de Nova Iorque, Os Aventureiros do Bairro Proibido, entre outros. SINOPSE: John Nada, um operário recém-chegado a Los Angeles, descobre um óculos especial, com o qual é possível ver uma realidade subliminar: os alienígenas controlam a humanidade a partir do consumismo. Partindo de teorias conspiratórias clássicas dos anos 50 para fazer uma alegoria sobre a situação econômica e social dos EUA nos anos 80, mesmo com todos paralelos, infelizmente o filme se mostra ainda muito atual Após a sessão haverá um bate-papo sobre a obra e temas afins. cineclube cinema filmsession theylive johncarpenter cultmovie filmescults classics NADA btucultural culturabotucatu gratis classicosdocinema

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É HOJE A 19ª sessão do nosso cineclube chega trazendo o clássico "Eles Vivem" (They Live), filme estadunidense de 1988, escrito e dirigido por John Carpenter, diretor de inúmeros outros filmes hoje cults como Halloween, Fuga de Nova Iorque, Os Aventureiros do Bairro Proibido, entre outros. SINOPSE: John Nada, um operário recém-chegado a Los Angeles, descobre um óculos especial, com o qual é possível ver uma realidade subliminar: os alienígenas controlam a humanidade a partir do consumismo. Partindo de teorias conspiratórias clássicas dos anos 50 para fazer uma alegoria sobre a situação econômica e social dos EUA nos anos 80, mesmo com todos paralelos, infelizmente o filme se mostra ainda muito atual Após a sessão haverá um bate-papo sobre a obra e temas afins. cineclube cinema filmsession theylive johncarpenter cultmovie filmescults classics NADA btucultural culturabotucatu gratis classicosdocinema

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Happy to see that we have some sunshine back - I think we've hit our "moody weather" threshold in Los Angeles about a month ago 😆

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💥EXPLOSIVE plays are what you want to front-load your highlight tape with 🧨 Plays where you FLASH will set you apart from the rest of the pack • This is a deep cut of our boy zjonesy from his days laying the wood in wine country like an oak barrel maker After graduating Napa HS, Zach played FCS-level ball at UC Davis with multiple members of our staff. Jonesy rapidly established a reputation as a ferocious hitter; a tone-setter whose physicality is the hallmark of his game • You can see it in the clips abovehe is able to “trigger” very early in the sequence based on his ability to recognize the play from formation and alignmentwhen you put in the work and study opponent tendencies, it allows you to execute with confidence. THIS is how you flash “big-play” abilitybe two steps ahead of your opponent at all times, so you can ‘serve’ him properly when he comes into your kitchen 🍽 • When you step on the field, are you waiting for plays to come to you, or are you actively seeking ways to leave your mark on the game with every snap? • Don’t watch film for the sake of checking a boxwatch it to make yourself better, and to make your TEAM better by exploiting opponent weaknesses. • We LOVE breaking down film: it’s what we doand we want to put YOU in a position to shine on film like Jonesy, so that we can get you to the next level. AObreakdowns