Youth Football Coaching Clinics:
In addition to the Frank Glazier and Nike Clinics, I do private youth football coaching clinics for a handful of youth football teams during the summer. These are 2 day clinics that include powerpoint presentations with imbedded video as well as hands on demos for the coaches. The second day includes field demos with a skeleton crew of players. We cover it all in the standard package, the Single Wing, Offensive Line, Practice Organization, Defense, and Game Day Management or we can customize it to fit your needs.
I have been getting a lot of e-mails from coaches that want to attend these private clinics. Since these teams have paid $1,100 for me to do the clinic, plus airfare and hotel, it is up to them as to you being able to attend. Most charge $95 per coach and it is up to them.
E-mail me if you are interested and I will forward your e-mail to them. Both the Baton Rouge clinic on June 30-July 1 and the Cincinnati clinic on July 13-14 sponsors have been accepting outside coaches.
My Omaha clinic will be on July 28th 10 am-3 pm at Omaha South High School on 24th & �L� Streets. This is just 2 minutes from Omaha�s World Class Henry Doorly Zoo that saw over 1,000,000 visitors last year and is across the street from Rosenblatt Stadium, home of the College World Series. The Lincoln Clinic site is yet to be determined and will be on July 22nd 1 pm-5 pm.
For those flying in, Omaha is much more convenient as the clinic location is just 15 minutes from the airport. We are a 3 � hour drive from Kansas City, 7 hours from St Louis, 6 hours from Minneapolis and about 7 hours from Denver. The cost for the Omaha or Lincoln clinic is just $85, or free if you bought the $190 Mega Package. E-mail me if you plan on attending.
Check the clinic button on the web site for periodic updates. My 2008 Feb-March clinic schedule will have new locations on it in 2008 with trips to California, Baltimore and Texas planned.
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