Agility drills for defensive backs. Footwork and hip-turning techniques for teaching defensive backs how to move smoothly. If you spend any time working with football players and coaches, you constantly hear them talking about the hips and footwork of their athletes, especially defensive backs. I can’t tell you how many times I listen to coaches […]
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