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    how to break tackles

    so yea im gonna play running back next year and im not the fastest kid out there we'll say and I want to learn how to break multiple tackles. Here is my theory, that thread fullback made about unusual football drills got me thinking. Wouldnt good mornings be useful for when you get low and hit them so they cant pull you down? and dont hurt your back? I know about the yolk, sled, cone drills, zig zag drill, but what other drills are there for powerbacks to break tackles?
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    Just act as if you were tackling him (the defender)
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    Lower your shoulder and keep your feet moving. A great runningback to watch on breaking tackles is Mike Hart. His feet never stop moving
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    yea I learned the hard way about keeping my feet moving I quit moving them, got tackled and sprained my ankle really bad which put me out for 2 weeks and our last 3 district games.
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    Jerome Bettis is great to watch.
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    there is no set answer for this question. is like asking "how to be a good football player"

    just lower your shoulder and keep your feet pumping. use your off hand to push away or stiff arm if you need to

    if you are 5'8 and 150 and not fast, how are you going to play running back?
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    im not gonna let that stop me im gonna work on my speed as much as possible before next year, and I already have good juke moves I can juke most seniors, no lie I juked a senior thats playing D1 this year, and im hard to take down and always fall forward. Also im trying to gain 20lbs by next season mostly clean.
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    I go to a small school and I think at 5'9" 170lbs or so with a 5.0 second forty and be able to break tackles I would easily start on JV which is what im trying to do and ill get some Varsity time.
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    Originally Posted by zigz View Post


    Jerome Bettis is great to watch.
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    just don't stop your feet. there is no solution that will 100% make you impossible to takle. just dont stop moving your feet and stay low.


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    Always attack half the tackle. It's very easy to break arm tackles.
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    Originally Posted by zigz View Post


    Jerome Bettis is great to watch.
    jerome bettis is af reaking monster. he dominated urlacher right there.
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    Originally Posted by teriyakisaki View Post
    just don't stop your feet. there is no solution that will 100% make you impossible to takle. just dont stop moving your feet and stay low.


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    Yes, this is totally true. If you have fast and agile feet, you can swiftly dodge things and keep yourself from being tackled. Breaking tackles is also about strength and speed though. If you haven't worked out too much and you're not that fast, you can't exactly expect to break tackles like LT.
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    Originally Posted by xKKx7 View Post
    jerome bettis is af reaking monster. he dominated urlacher right there.
    yea you didnt have to post it twice and I know it wasnt a double post cuz one was 8 minutes later. lol but thanks for the tips guys.
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    You cannot be taught to break tackles. It must come naturally. If you are 150 lbs, breaking tackles is not your best option. You are better off avoiding them. Stidestep, spin or stall. Hse hand offs when sidestepping. Again, this should come naturally.
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    im tired of people sayin oh you cant break tackles your too small, and you cant play RB cuz it has to come naturally. I believe in hard work over talent. I've never been fast in my life and I never will be, so im gonna have to become a balanced running back.
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    To me its like playing d line just do anything u can to keep going forward
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    Originally Posted by jamesh23 View Post
    im tired of people sayin oh you cant break tackles your too small, and you cant play RB cuz it has to come naturally. I believe in hard work over talent. I've never been fast in my life and I never will be, so im gonna have to become a balanced running back.
    It is basic physics though. Whats harder for a Defensive player to do.. Bring down a 100 pound back or a 300 pound back? Dont get me wrong if you have strong enough legs you can bull rush some people, but being big help alot.

    As for being a very agile back some of it comes naturally and some of it comes from hard work. Alot of great RB's have amazing field vision and can basically identify what the defender will do before he does it. Its just like being able to know if you should juke right, spin left, etc..
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    well I agree with you fullback but I was just saying they act like I plan to stay 150lbs all my life I plan on being about 200-210 senior year.
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    Always keep your head up last game I kept bull rushing throught the line and everyplay the running back had his head down so I ****ing killed him, always keep your feet moving and head up so you can see.
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    Originally Posted by Fullback7 View Post
    It is basic physics though. Whats harder for a Defensive player to do.. Bring down a 100 pound back or a 300 pound back? Dont get me wrong if you have strong enough legs you can bull rush some people, but being big help alot.

    As for being a very agile back some of it comes naturally and some of it comes from hard work. Alot of great RB's have amazing field vision and can basically identify what the defender will do before he does it. Its just like being able to know if you should juke right, spin left, etc..
    You need to have a chat with my old football coach....told me I was too BIG to play RB (strong retard)

    Whats better lmao a 170lbs RB who runs a 4.8 or a 230lbs RB who run 4.9? Oh well

    But the point is listen to fullback, the guy knows what hes talking about
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    I read "The Physics of Football" awhile ago, but I remember the main points. The key to being a good runner/tackler is a low center of gravity and f=ma (force equals mass times acceleration). Obviously you cannot be a total lardo with no speed, but it is also difficult to be a very small and fast back (not always true, but lets not make debate). Finding the perfect medium of the two is important, so bulk up without losing speed or even gaining some is ideal. The low center of gravity is also very important to running someone over. People say "lower your shoulder" and to some extent that is correct, but you have got to lower your entire body in order to optimize your power. So just remember low center of gravity and f=ma and good luck at running back.
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    I am listening to him but thats the only position I want to play on offense, im too slow to be a reciever and ill never start, I have good hands but not good speed or vertical jump.
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    Originally Posted by RoPaWrastla View Post
    I read "The Physics of Football" awhile ago, but I remember the main points. The key to being a good runner/tackler is a low center of gravity and f=ma (force equals mass times acceleration). Obviously you cannot be a total lardo with no speed, but it is also difficult to be a very small and fast back (not always true, but lets not make debate). Finding the perfect medium of the two is important, so bulk up without losing speed or even gaining some is ideal. The low center of gravity is also very important to running someone over. People say "lower your shoulder" and to some extent that is correct, but you have got to lower your entire body in order to optimize your power. So just remember low center of gravity and f=ma and good luck at running back.
    Im think im going to buy that book tonight.
    "Newton's Second Law of Physics proves that Dick Butkus hit running backs with the force of a small killer whale"
    Did it have any good info for players, or was it just random facts like above?

    Anyways I think when you try to bull rush someone at full speed you have to let all fear go. Most people slow down before impact in fear of being injured. The defender will more than likely stop or stutter step he wont try and come head on with you. All fear has to be set aside, and you have to seriously be like a freight train. Trust me you do this once, and that defender will think twice before trying to take you on again.
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    what about using those tips in your thread fullback would that help? i think they would like the yoke, sled, sled around your legs, car pushes, and such. Also I was going to do uphill and downhill 40 yard sprints for speed and plyo's.
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    Originally Posted by jamesh23 View Post
    what about using those tips in your thread fullback would that help? i think they would like the yoke, sled, sled around your legs, car pushes, and such. Also I was going to do uphill and downhill 40 yard sprints for speed and plyo's.
    I have a problem with keeping my feet moving when I get wrapped up or when I am going for a block. So using a heavy sled and short choppy steps should help me get over this. Which is how most of those drills came up. Just something I thought would help me transfer my weakness on the fields into strengths.

    Alot of those drills are based off of/ or modified from Strongman comps. I think that with those and Olympic lifts you can make an avg. back into a powerful back. I train with a huge emphasis on power. By the time I finish my goals I will be 240 running a 4.65, which wont have me juken and spinning anytime soon, but it will make me hard to bring down. Alot of people fail to realize what type of player they are. Everyone wants to be that 4.3 blazing RB, but they can power clean a Ford truck while running a 4.9. So what do you think they will hugely rely on training wise? Speed, and basically put strength and power as far back as possible. Im not saying neglect speed or if you are a speed back neglect power. You just have to learn how to train for both equally.
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    Originally Posted by DangerDan View Post
    breaking tackles is the greatest feeling in the world.
    Its great and all, but best feeling in the world?....
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    Originally Posted by Fullback7 View Post
    Its great and all, but best feeling in the world?....
    ok, ok, best feeling in football maybe?

    Or how about breaking two tackles in a row, then juking the saftey and burning both CB's to run in for the game-winning score of the state high school game with 00 seconds left on the clock in the 4th quarter? Hell yah.
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    Originally Posted by Fullback7 View Post
    Its great and all, but best feeling in the world?....
    Yeah....strong wtf


    Maybe breaking some tackles followed by a rushing td perhaps?

    Originally Posted by DangerDan View Post
    ok, ok, best feeling in football maybe?

    Or how about breaking two tackles in a row, then juking the saftey and burning both CB's to run in for the game-winning score of the state high school game with 00 seconds left on the clock in the 4th quarter? Hell yah.
    Those kinda things only happen in the movies my friend
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