Ace versus 2i. Guard zone steps with playside foot, takes second step goes back to base with backside foot and punches his inside hand through the playside breastplate of the 0-technique. Center zone steps with his inside foot, second step goes back to base with his outside foot, and his third step will be a zone step with his inside foot as he punches his inside hand off the third step, takes his fourth step going back to base, and squeezes his hips with the Guard and pounds his (Center’s) arches through the echo of the whistle.

Triple Option Offensive Lineman Off-Season Workout Plan

In Sports Science, the physical techniques utilized in the top 20 percent of the time in games get 80 percent of the results.

The Veer, Ace, Base, and Scoop blocks are the blocks utilized to make the Triple and Midline Option go.

In order to get a head start on 2014, work these drills all winter and spring long.

Let’s take a look at the areas on which to work.

This is the Playside Guard's Veer Release on Midline.

This is the Playside Guard’s Veer Release on Midline.

Veer Release Drill

Veer Release Drill

Veer In Drill (Triple Option Football Academy)

Veer In Drill (Triple Option Football Academy)

When Ace blocking a 0-technique on Midline, the Center's first step, which is a zone step to the playside, is the key movement.  This step keeps the 0-technique on the backside of the play.

When Ace blocking a 0-technique on Midline, the Center’s first step, which is a zone step to the playside, is the key movement. This step keeps the 0-technique on the backside of the play.

Ace versus slanting 2.

Ace versus slanting 2.

Ace versus 2i.

Ace versus 2i.

center and backside guard v 0 technique on triple option

center and backside guard v 0 technique on triple option

 

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