Football training is only a mouse click away

Most football players can’t afford to hire personal instructors. With modern technology, they don’t need to as websites are aimed at providing the instruction, knowledge and motivation to help athletes progress.

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Online training is accessible to anyone with an Internet connection. For young athletes looking to increase their knowledge and gain every advantage, services from pay sites such as CoachTube and free content on YouTube and other streaming services have exploded with sport-specific training content in recent years.

In today’s technologically driven society, most people want access on all of their devices – from their smart phones to tablets to their computers. They want to be able to access education from anywhere. The best way to do that is through online for instructional videos, which are replacing instructional videos on VHS and DVD.

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USA Football offers programs

One of the biggest things to keep in mind is that even though training may be a Google search away, you have to find sites that you can trust. USA Football offers a number of free videos, training tips and drills anyone can use – whether as a coach in a structured practice or in an informal setting at home. It also offer different membership levels in which you can learn even more by becoming a member as a coach, player or official.

CoachTube is a one-stop shop for learning, connecting sports education with current technology. It curates easily accessible on-demand videos available on computers, tablets and smart phones and handles all the technology, delivery and payments for content providers. Pick the course you want, and you know the cost upfront.

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For coaches, site such as YouthFootballOnline, GlazierClinics and XandOlabs provide ready-made drills and insight into modern football thinking.

As technology grows, coaches are finding dedicated platforms for teaching and sharing their perspectives and ideas with athletes-in-training. These provide coaches with platforms to help others and themselves, in particular by providing an opportunity to brand themselves in the sports education market.

For athletes or coaches out there looking to increase their knowledge, there are a wide variety of options available. Take a look at all the platforms and help your team by being updated in the latest in sports education.

Link to original article on USA Football’s website.

Peter Macias
Pete Macias is a USA Football Ambassador, Assistant Master Trainer and Copywriter. He also worked for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and is on the Advisory Board of the NFL Alumni Tampa chapter. Pete is also Director of Operations for Yoga for Men, and is leading its athletes program.
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