The Double Wing Football Offense: How to Consistently Move the Chains & Score without Superior Athletes and/or Size is a 126-page, 8½ -11, paperback book. This book describes the Double Wing Offense in detail with full chapters explaining the base plays along with expansion into the I, Ace, and Stack I formations. This book is the cumulative product of many other coaches' Double Wing systems, including Don Markham, Jerry Vallotton, Hugh Wyatt, Tim Murphy, and Steve Calande. This offense has a great potential for the underdeveloped athletes success. This is a high-powered, 48 minutes in a phone booth, equalizer offense. It forces opponents to change defensive schemes, change defensive line tactics, and abandon pass coverage. In this book, I discuss how to install this offense, how to run drills, how to keep practice organization, how to deal with problem fronts, how to use formation variations, and tips on personnel selection.
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Robert McAdams has played football at the Junior High, High School, AmateurMarine Corps, and College levels. He has played on a Championship Team in the Marine Corps as a Linebacker and Fullback. McAdams has coached 7 different football teams. He has head-coached 3 teams, 2 of which were Championship Teams. He is very familiar with unorthodox offensive and defensive strategies from extensive research and experiences. Robert McAdams has 15 years experience in weight training. He has increased his bodyweight and strength consistently over this time. He has gone from a 125lb 8th grader, who could clean 95lb, to a 227lb college linebacker and weightlifter, who could clean over 400lb. He competed at the 2004 Olympic Trials for Weightlifting, and was ranked in overall men at #21 that same year. He has competed in Olympic weightlifting in the 85k, 94k, and 105k weight classes over his 5 year career. He has also coached both small-group junior weightlifters and large-group high school & junior high football players. Robert McAdams has a Masters degree in Kinesiology (Exercise Physiology) from Midwestern State University. His degree was coupled with invaluable experience as an intern coach and competitive weightlifter for Wichita Falls Weightlifting Club. This club is a perennial power in the Olympic weightlifting world. His coaches and mentors, Glenn Pendlay and Mark Rippetoe, have many years of collective experience and education. Both have done extensive research into the realm of strength, power, physiology and performance. McAdams thesis covered the topic of strength and power training for optimal results.Review:
Sorry about the delayed response, we just ended spring ball Friday and had an all day passing tourney yesterday. Believe it or not, we went undefeated and won it. Anyway, enough excuses. Your books are outstanding! What a great job. I love the collaboration of everyone's stuff, including your own. How you break down everything and give your opinion makes a lot of since. I think you really have something special with your work. I appreciate the credit for everything, you really took care of your colleagues, something that seems to be rare these days. As far as the highlight film, I had a lot of problems getting it to a DVD, my editing system is a little dated. I will get it out to you by mid-week at the latest. Also, let me know if there is anything else on my website that you want. I will send it out with the highlight film. Again coach, I can't tell you how impressed I am with your work. --Tim Murphy: Head Coach, Clovis East High School
I enjoyed your first DW book so much that I decided to buy the perimeter book as well as the strength book. The book isvery easy to understand and really builds off of the first book. We plan to install the Jet series this summer. I like the way you diagram the play against several defenses. I also like the adjustments you made to trap, wingback alignment, and different schemes such as T Power. My school (LancasterChristian Academy) played its first game on May 4th using your book as the sole guide to our offense. We rushed for 250+ yards and won 20-0! Let me remind you that this was our first game as a school and many of my players had never played in a game! The perimeter book has given me the tools I need to get outside much quicker. I also plan to use a couple of the formation changes you suggest from time to time. The strength book is an absolute great read as well. It is also wellwritten and easy to understand. We implemented this training about 3 weeks ago and it is awesome. The guys are being pushed to the limit by these workouts. You can tell that this type of training is exactly what football players should be doing. I have never seen kids throw up just from lifting weight! I feel that this type of training is going to give us a huge advantage on the field in the fall. I can't say enough good things about this book. Thanks a lot man. --Rayburn Greene: Head Coach, Lancaster Christian Academy
I've purchased and read 3 of your books so far, and I have found the Coach's Guide To Sport Specific Strength Training book to be the best. The Double Wing and Gap Man Pressure books were good, but your Strength Training info was very good. I coach youth football at the 14 year old level and used elements of your pressure defense this season. We went 9-2, but lost in our championship game to a strong veer team. We also run the Double Wing. I'm very interested in your fat-loss book. I will be purchasing your next book as soon as its ready. My boy is now 16 and trying to get ready for his senior season. --Ralph Trover
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Book Description Robert McAdams, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110979699029
Book Description Robert McAdams, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Brand New!. Bookseller Inventory # VIB0979699029