Coaching equipment for better pad level, technique, fundamentals, and team health so you win more football games. Built game-speed tough, Krausko's new football training equipment promotes full-speed practice without the physical wear and tear of man-on-man contact. The Muzzle® trains hands-in, thumbs-up for every offensive lineman, using magnetic technology to force the players to start in proper position. The Colt and Colt Pro (formerly the Target Jersey Upgrade), the technology was developed under the premise getting your hands inside can be just as important as keeping your pad level low when it comes to winning the leverage battle. Contact for online football supplies and more information about Krausko's unique training system. Standout high school and college football programs choose quality equipment over discount or used football blocking pads. Coach English begins his 2nd year coaching the Warrior secondary after coaching at Thousand Oaks and Oak Park HS the last few years. Coach Goslin begins his 2nd year with the Warriors after serving as the Simi Valley HS freshman team head coach for three years.
Coach Green enters his 6th year with the Warriors, serving as the running backs coach the last three years after coaching the defensive secondary for two years. Coach Hagy begins his 9th year with the Warriors, three as Sophomore Head Coach and the last five as the Varsity Run Game Coordinator. Coach Papotta begins his 6th year with the Warriors after coaching inside linebackers and special teams coordinator at Thousand Oaks High School from 2003-2006. Coach Rothschiller returned to Westlake in 2011 and begins his 10th year in the program after serving as Varsity Defensive Backs Coach from 1989-1995. Coach Romano begins his 1st year with the Warriors after coaching the offensive interior line at California Lutheran University the last five years.
Coach Jones prepped at Rio Mesa HS where he played for former Westlake Head Coach, George Contreras.
Coach Triplett begins his first year with the Warriors after 30 years coaching youth football, freshman, sophomore and varsity level players.
Coach Dellibovi enters his second year with the Warriors after coaching the Freshman and Sophomore Football Team at Simi Valley HS for six seasons. Coach Porter prepped at Medway High School in Massachusetts where he was a standout defensive back. Coach Hames is entering his 14th year with the Warriors, serving as both freshman and sophomore head coach during his tenure. Coach Dyer graduated from Westlake High School in 1995 where he was an All-Marmonte League Defensive Lineman and recipient of the Braves Scholarship. Coach Erickson is a graduate of Lake Havasu High School where he was a leader on the Varsity Football, Wrestling, and Track Teams as well as an All-Conference Offensive Lineman. Coach Ray prepped at Chatsworth High School where he was an All-League and All-City Linebacker.
Coach Kirksey was a member of the Marmonte League and Ventura County Coaching Staff of the Year in 1993. Nell'area tecnica nella sezione Dispense Usap sara possibile scaricare la lezione tecnica prodotta da coach Carlo Recalcati. Alcuni esercizi di Scott Drew allenatore di Baylor una delle migliori universita 2011-2012. In allegato il testo per il corso di primo livello per allenatori di pallacanestro in Spagna. In allegato la prima lezione di Marco Calvani, Capo allenatore della Virtus Roma, al Corso Allenatore Nazionale 2010. In allegato degli appunti dal recente clinic Nike svoltosi a Las Vegas (ringraziamo il sito Hoops Scoop per la concessione).
In allegato la seconda parte dell'articolo di Messina e Bocchino apparsa nel numero 90 della rivista Scuola dello Sport, edito dalla Calzetti e Mariucci,che ringraziamo per la gentile concessione. In allegato materiale del recente Corso della Scuola dello Sport dedicato alla ricerca scientifica applicata allo sport. In allegato dalla newsletter della Xavier Women Basketball University un esempio del lavoro svolto al famoso Five Star Camp. In allegato la lezione sul posizionamento individuale di Ettore Messina al Clinic dell'Eurolega.
In allegato la dispensa relativa al lavoro svolto dalla Nazionale Under 16 femminile a Pesaro.
In allegato l'ultima newsletter della University di Xavier ottava nell'attuale ranking della NCAA.
In allegato un estratto dalla rivista elettronica degli allenatori greci dedicato ad un gioco del Monte Paschi Siena 2011.
In allegato la lezione di Mike Rice sulla relazione didattica tra giocatore ed allenatorre.Si ringrazia Scott Petermann. In allegato l'articolo di Stefano Bizzozi sulla resente esperienza con l'Under 18 maschile. Dal sito di Scott Petermann rimesse fondo e laterali dal College e dalla NBA raccolte da Brandon Rosenthal. In allegato il sistema offensivo della Nazionale allenata da Antonio Bocchino e dagli assistenti Marco Ramondino e Stefano Comazzi. In allegato la dispensa del raduno di prepazione al Trofeo dell'Amicizia 2011 della nazionale femminile Under 15. In allegato l'interessante dispensa relativa a quanto fatto dalla Nazionale allenata da Renato Nani durante il torneo Europeo di Cagliari. In allegato la prima dispensa del lavoro della Nazionale di Renato Nani medaglia di bronzo ai recenti campionati europei under 16 femminili. In allegato l'interessante lavoro di Alessandro Magro, della Mes Sana Siena, per il Corso di FIBA Europe. In allegato, dal sito di Scott Peterman, la presentazione powerpoint di Shaka Smart’s VCU Basketball Program sul suo sistema difensivo.
In allegato un vecchio numero di BasketBall Sense con un interessante articolo sulla pallacanestro femminile. In allegato la relazione USAP di Maggio 2011 sulla preparazione tatica di una gara scritta da Stefano Cioppi. In allegato la versione del Flex di Nour Amri, presidente dell'associazione allenatori marocchini di pallacanestro.
In allegato dal sito di Scott Petermann un interessante articolo di uno dei principali coach del college femminile statunitense.
Nel fare i complimenti a Molin per aver raggiunto le Final Four 2011, pubblichiamo gli appunti presi dai corsisti nell'estate 2004 della sua lezione sul ruolo dell'Assistente Allenatore al Corso Allenatore Nazionale.


In allegato dal sito di Scott Peterman appunti da un famoso clinic per Coach di High School.
In allegato una rimessa dal fondo utilizzata da Virginia Commonwealth University che ha appena sconfitto Kansas.
In allegato un estratto da FIBA Assist con alcune idee del Coach della Lottomatica sull'uso in attacco del Pick and Roll. Nelle belle parole di Peterson l'importanza per ogni allenatore di essere preparato per allenare. Un estratto dall'E book di Scott Peterman dedicato agli attacchi delle squadre "Cenerentola".
In allegato un attacco estratto dalle idee del Coach dei Rebels di UNLV (si ringrazia Scott Petermann). In allegato gli appunti del lavoro tecnico e fisico eseguito al raduno di fine anno a Norcia. Un interssante intervento dell'Assistente della squadra femminile di Xavier University Mike Neighbors.
Quanto e importante avere passione per la pallacanestro per un allenatore nelle parole di Dan Peterson. In allegato l'articolo di Luca Dalmonte, Capo Allenatore di Pesaro ed Assistente della Nazionale A maschile, inviatoci dall'USAP che ringraziamo.
If you implement my coaching style and techniques into your offensive and defensive schemes , I guarantee you will win over 70% of your games year after year.
Our unique football blocking pads with arms quickly caught on with coaches and players from state champion high schools, multiple D3 national champion colleges and from BCS Bowl-winning programs in D1. Training proper muscle-memory and technique not only reduces your squad’s injury buildup over the course of the season, but cuts down on drive-and-game-killing penalties.
The magnets also force the player to only separate their hands properly and to step and punch a pass rusher without surrendering his superior leverage position. Learn more about what makes Krausko gear the perfect flag, high school, adult and youth football practice equipment. After previously serving as Varsity Defensive Coordinator for the Warriors in 1990, he returned in 2004 and served as Defensive Coordinator from 2007-2011. He served as head Sophomore Coach in 1989 and 1990 before being elevated to the Varsity Defensive Coordinator position in 1991.
He was Head Coach at TO in 2005 when his freshman staff was selected Ventura County Staff of the Year. Prior to coming to Westlake, Coach Green worked as Assistant Head Coach and Varsity Defensive Coordinator at Hueneme High School. He played High School Football at Agoura High School where he received All-Area recognition as a running back. He has served as the head football coach at Calabasas High School, Defensive Coordinator at Simi Valley High School and Varsity Assistant in 1997 at CIF Champion, Moorpark High School.
A former New York High School Head Coach in the 60’s, Coach Rescigno brings experience and enthusiasm to the staff.
He prepped at Chaminade High School where he received All-Valley recognition and was inducted into their Athletic Hall of Fame last year. After coaching wide receivers for six years and serving as Offensive Coordinator the last four years, he moves to the defensive side of the ball.
He has coached both running backs and linebackers in his seven years of high school he lives in Simi Valley with his wife, Sandy and two sons who plays on the WHS Freshman Team. He graduated from University of California, Berkley last year and immediately began working as a loan officer in Westlake Village. Coach Erickson teaches in the Science Department at Westlake and is the club moderator for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes on Campus. He currently resides in Oak Park with his wife Jennifer, who was his high school sweetheart and their two children, Kasey and Michael.
He continued his football career, playing at Long Beach State University and Weber State University.
Simulating the violence of a real game is finally possible thanks to our football blocking pad with arms. Above all, The Muzzle forces offensive lineman to work their feet by not being allowed to hold.
He prepped at Jenks High School in El Paso, Texas where he was an All-Area Selection at linebacker.
He then played at Moorpark College where he earned a scholarship to Fresno State, University and was named All-American, MVP and California Player of the Year.
Coach Rescigno has worked with the running backs, offensive line and tight ends during his years with the Warriors. Coach Boas assisted the football coaching staff for four years while he attended Cal, working with quarterbacks and wide receivers. Before coming to the Warriors, Coach Hames coached and served as President of the Westlake Braves Youth Organization.
Coach Dyer lives in Westlake with his beautiful wife Katie and his two children, Jackson and Jordyn. Coach Ray looks forward to building the Lacrosse program at Westlake High School as the school’s first head Lacrosse Coach.
He went on to star on the baseball field at Anderson College, Indiana where he was the MVP of the League. He began his coaching career in 1980 at Chaminade High School and moved to Crespi High School in 1983 where he was on the same staff as Coach Benkert for six years. He became an All-Conference player at Mesa College in Arizona and went on to play linebacker at California Lutheran University.
After High School, Coach English played football at College of the Canyons and served our country in the U.S. While at Fresno State, he received his BA in Sociology and was honored as an All-Conference Defensive End. He played High School football at Moorpark High School where he was an outstanding two-sport athlete earning All Tri-Valley League honors as a senior.
He prepped at Simi Valley High School and lives in Thousand Oaks with his wife, Lilanya and children Candice, Karson and Kolton. He came to Westlake after three years coaching the offensive line at Mater Dei High School. He and his wife, Debbie, have three children, Jake and Kyle are senior football players at Westlake and Brooke is a 8th grader who serves as water girl. He and his wife Kim live in Westlake Village and have five children, David, Kevin, Mallory, Justin and Brandon.


Coach Kirksey was honored this year after being selected into the WHS Football hall of Fame. Coach Ray lives in Thousand Oaks with his beautiful wife, Michelle, and four sons, Dylan, Devin, Brennan, and Bryson. I know your players will.                                                                                      Discipline and Protocol The first thing a coach must do is establish a clear vision of discipline and protocol. He left the Warriors in 1991 to become the head football coach and Athletic Director at St.
He has been the Head Football Coach at Viewpoint High School, Clint High School in El Paso, Texas, and Chaminade High School in West Hills.
He teaches English and Financial Management at Calabasas High School and works as a Realtor with Remax Olsen & Associates in Westlake. He retired as the Superintendent of the Hueneme Elementary School District a few years ago and now is enjoying semi-retirement with his wife Val.
Coach Shackelford came to Westlake from Notre Dame High School where he coached Varsity and JV Football.
A coach must enact team rules and a clear expectation of behavior inorder to develop a first class program. As a coach , you must be fully in charge and you must believe in your coaching technques and philosophy.
He is an 18 year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department and the Detective of the Year Recipient in 2009.
He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from San Diego State University and is a teacher in the WHS Math Department. He resides in Thousand Oaks with his wife, Tammy and they have two children, Trenton (22) and Madison (19). Coach Goslin is a strong advocate for cancer awareness as he has battled the disease since 2008.
He lives in Thousand Oaks with his wife, Monica, son, Cory (who is a junior volleyball player at Westlake) and daughter, Nia. Yes, your philosophy must be constantly evolving , but the basic grassroots of your philosophy must stay consistant.  Your players must understand that you are the boss ( not a bully or a tyrant) and what you say is the law, unequivocally the law without question.
Coach Fong returned to Crespi from 1997-2001 as Athletic Director and Varsity Football Defensive Coordinator.
He resides in Simi Valley with his wife, Stacey and sons Austin (a junior linebacker with the Warriors) and Tyger. As a coach , you must love the game of basketball ( The Greatest Game of Them All ) too much , to let  the attitude or lack of discpline of a  few players destroy the hope and  dreams of the many.
From my experience, I have found that a discipline , committed and even less talented player will out perform two to one , a superstar that is not committed to the decorum of your program. Just think of it like this " Desire and Passion will kick undiscilpine talent in the butt seven days a week." The coach must emphasis the correct and desirable behaviors. The coach must stress good morals and values and instill those attributes in their players.  My belief is that if your players are discipline , then they also become coachable.
As a coach ,you must understand that the will to win , the will to prepare ,  the will to condition ,the will to be a team player , the will to develop  fundamentally sound both offensively and defensively can only be accomplish If the players are willing to discipline themselves to the expectation of the coach and the values of the program . He returned to Westlake as a full time member of the Physical Education staff in 2004 and lives in Woodland Hills with his wife, Carolyn.
I always say, before a player can believe in the system , they must believe in the coach and the decorum of his program. With these things in place, only then will your team be able to perform consistantly on a winning level. Success comes from the right attitude , a determined focus , a belief in the coach and a belief in fellow teammates.
When all of these aspects are in place, players become   winners, regardless of the score or game outcome. They become a winner in life .                                                                                     The development of my defensve coaching philosophy?          My junior year in college, our basketball team played Shaw University out of Raleigh , NC.
That year Shaw did not have a very good team and we felt really good about getting a WIN that night. I ran off  picks , screens ,took the ball out, brought the ball up and worked my butt off trying to get my hands on the basketball. He kept me from getting the ball all night long . Being the point guard  , I struggle to get us in our offensive  and When I did take a shot or try to get my teammate involved , I was tired from all the running and cutting that  I had to do inorder to get the ball . That night  I was not  very effective at all.That experience stayed with me over the years.
From that single experience I realize then that denial pressure on a  scorer or a point guard is the is the most effective element in any defensive scheme. I had to consider that If this technique affected me being a college point guard and after being a starter in over 50 games , it should have the same or a similar affect on a high school player . Yes, teams have been running Box and One or Triangle and Two Zone Defenses for over fifty years , that is nothing new. But when you take the strongest elements of those two zone defenses which is the DENIAL ELEMENT  and integrate it with a powerful and aggressive Man to man defense , you have created a monster.
Everything I do defensively in based on denial pressure on the scorer or on the point guard or on both.                                                                          My Offensive Philosophy    My offensive Plilosophy was developed during my senior year. Shaw had a freshman guard name Kelly Utley ( All CIAA Guard and Shaw University Hall Of Famer).
He was an amazingly good athlete.  I was assigned to guard him and he would release down court every time we shot the ball. Coaches if you integrate that single element into your transition and offensive game plan you will increase your scoring opportunities by 25%.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         BUYING A CORVETTEThe purchasing a car is generally one of the biggest and most involved decisions that people have to make. Your Corvette is a special purchase, and you want it to be a decision you can look back on with pride . Ultimately, you'll have to attend to practical matters but right now, just let your imagination run free.
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