Monthly Archives: January 2011

Pooch Punts

Pooch punts are my favorite of the three kinds of punts (Field, Pooch and Directional). Anytime I’m standing on my own 35-yard line or farther, I’m looking to hang the ball up 4.9 seconds and drop it inside the 10-yard … Continue reading

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Directional/Coffin Corner Punts

Realistically, there are three reasons for directional punts: Devin Hester is returning the punt You are pinning your opponent inside the 10-yard line Bad punt coverage team Practicing your footwork becomes critical with Directional/Coffin Corner Punts. Setting up cones to … Continue reading

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The Field Punt

Field Punts are the most common type of punt you’ll be hitting. The goal is to hit the ball as high and far as possible. Field position is the reason punters are on the team, while high net yardage is … Continue reading

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Reverse Hyperextensions

Part of being a strong and healthy kicker or punter means working the muscles you can’t always see. Too often we are concerned with training the muscles that are visible to ourselves and others (the front side or anterior chain). … Continue reading

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