Having a common language in your program is imperative to developing better tacklers. But don’t just take our word for it — hear it from All-Pro linebacker Bobby Wagner.
As John Wooden once said, "If you don’t have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?"
The importance of having everyone on the same page is essential for building a competitive program. It starts by making sure that everyone is communicated with the same level of understanding. The benefits are infinite for both players and coaches.
In this episode, we discuss the importance of having a universal language with All-Pro Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner. We dive into the dynamics of a systematic approach and the intentional messaging needed to maximize application for both players and coaches.
The topics include:
- Teaching tackling situations and technique
- The application of drills, and the role of the coach in them.
- How players and coaches measure success.
Teaching tackling can be simple. But teaching effective and safe tackling takes a lot of planning, and getting players to buy into it is even harder. Join us in discovering what you can do tomorrow to build a stronger team culture for more effective and safer tackling.
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