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Wide Receiver Step Back Move with Stevie Johnson
 
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Steve's ProTips4U page: http://bit.ly/mo3s69 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Purchase autographed memorabilia: http://www.protips4u.com/shop/shop.html In this Pro Tips 4U sports training football video, Steve "Stevie" Johnson, Wide Receiver for the Buffalo Bills teaches you How to do the Wide Receiver Step Back. Use this tip to get the DB off-balance and then release successfully into your route. Steve will go over what you need to know and mistakes to avoid. Steve "Stevie" Johnson is the starting wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills. He was drafted by the Bills in the seventh round of the 2008 NFL Draft and played college football at Kentucky. In his NFL career, Stevie has caught 249 passes for 3,235 yards and 25 touchdowns. Stevie's instructional football videos for Pro Tips 4U focus on how to become a better wide receiver. His tips include segments on how to release from the line of scrimmage, route running and using the sideline to your advantage.
Views: 363197 ProTips4U
How to make running back sharp cuts : Football Tips
 
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ProTips4U athlete page: "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports training football video, Justin Forsett, goes over How to Make Sharp Cuts. Justin shows you tips and techniques for getting into your cuts, making smooth cuts and how to gain ground when making a cut so you don't waste any movement. Justin Forsett is an NFL running back. He was drafted out of the University of California in the seventh round of the 2008 NFL Draft. During his pro career, he has rushed 1,692 yards and 8 touchdowns. He has also caught 115 passes for 850 yards and a touchdown. Justin's football drills and technique videos focus on how to improve your play at the running back position. His tips include how to protect the quarterback, building leg strength and how to run the option route.
Views: 758722 ProTips4U
The Boxing Jab with Jeff Mayweather
 
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Jeff's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1pqGhse "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports training instructional boxing video, trainer Jeff Mayweather talks about the proper way on how to throw the jab. Jeff reviews the standard jab, the spear jab and the up jab. His tip discusses why it’s important to turn your knuckles, how to invite your opponent in and how to jab and defend. Jeff Mayweather had a career boxing record of 32-10-5 with 10 KOs. His biggest accomplishment was winning the International Boxing Organization (IBO) Super Featherweight title from John Roby on April 21, 1994, a title which he defended two times. Jeff, who brothers include Floyd Mayweather Sr. and Roger Mayweather, is also uncle to Floyd Mayweather Jr. who has won titles in five different weight classes. Jeff is now a noted trainer, most recently guiding Celestino Caballero to the WBA Featherweight Title. Jeff's boxing instructional videos includes tips on the proper technique for the upper cut, jab, hook and right-hand lead. Jeff's also demonstrates defensive techniques.
Views: 116094 ProTips4U
How to read coverages with Warren Moon
 
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ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1mhdIqA "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this ProTips4U football instructional training video, Warren Moon, HOF Quarterback, goes over How to Read Coverages in Football. Warren explains the pre-snap read, safety position, body language of the DB, what they do in motion, and watching the rotation after the ball is snapped. Warren Moon is a Hall of Fame NFL Quarterback. He was a 9-time Pro Bowl selection and had his uniform number '1' retired by the Houston Oilers (now the Tennessee Titans). In 1990 he won the NFL MVP. He finished his NFL career with almost 50,000 yards passing. Only Favre, Mario, Manning and Elway have more. Before he started his Hall of Fame NFL career, he played in the CFL, winning 5 Grey Cups along the way. He is currently the only player enshrined in both the NFL and CFL Halls of Fame. Warren's instructional football videos for Pro Tips 4U focus on drills and techniques for the quarterback position including, 3, 5 and 7 step drops, throwing mechanics, reading defenses and more!
Views: 136545 ProTips4U
Basketball Tips: How to play defense with Mo Williams
 
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ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1dXR48m "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports training basketball video, Mo Williams, point guard for the Portland Trail Blazers goes over Defensive Tips and Drills. Learn the secrets of how to play defense on a shooter, a ball-handler and a poor shooter. When guarding a shooter Mo goes over chopping your feet and getting into the defender so he can't shoot, forcing him to put it on the floor. On a ball handler, Mo shows you the chop and why you want to stay arms length off. Lastly Mo goes over the different chop and length to play off of a poor shooter. In addition, Mo goes over "No Middle" and the move to make the person you're defending drive to the baseline or how to cut him off when he tries to go middle. Mo Williams is a guard for the Portland Trail Blazers. Over his NBA career, he has averaged near 14 points and five assists per game while playing for the Jazz, Bucks, Cavaliers and Clippers. His free throw percentage in the NBA is 86.7 percent. While playing with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2009, Mo was selected to his first All-Star game.You can see his career stats at his NBA page. Mo's instructional basketball videos for Pro Tips 4U include drills and skills that he has used over the years to improve his game. His tips include the basics of shooting, how to execute the pick and roll and how to create off the dribble.
Views: 809957 ProTips4U
The Bump and Run Technique with T.J. Ward
 
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T.J.'s ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1moMq0Y "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports training video, T.J. Ward, Safety for the Denver Broncos, goes over the Bump and Run Technique. Learn the secrets of the proper stance as you line up, how far to play off the receiver and how to stagger your stance so you're shifted to his inside shoulder. T.J. will then show you where to look at the receiver which is very important, so as to stay with him. You'll also learn how to move as the receiver comes off the line and how to bump him with your opposite hand. You'll then learn how to pivot and turn as the receiver cuts back and why you should never turn your back when the receiver cuts and why you want to keep him in front of you at all times. Lastly you'll learn proper hip position and what the difference is between open and closed hips. T.J. Ward is a safety with the Denver Broncos. He was selected by the Browns in the second round of the 2010 NFL draft following his collegiate career at the University of Oregon. In 2014 he was signed by the Broncos. In his career he has 342 tackles, 3.5 sacks and 5 interceptions. The instructional football training videos developed by T.J. For Pro Tips 4U include tips and drills on how to improve your play in the secondary. His tips include the bump and run technique, the "open the gate" drill, the proper way to warm up, how to backpedal, opening up to get downhill speed, how to cover 45 degree angle routes and drills to mirror wide receivers.
Views: 132405 ProTips4U
Arian Foster : How to Read a Block
 
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"Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u In this Pro Tips 4U football instructional training video, Arian Foster, running back for the NFL's Houston Texans, talks about how he reads his blocking. Arian discusses the A, B and C gaps, reviews how to read your lineman and beat the defense. Arian Foster is the starting running back for the Houston Texans. He has been selected to the Pro Bowl in '10, '11 & '12. In his short career, he has rushed for 5,063 yards and 45 touchdowns to go with his 1,714 receiving yards and 7 touchdowns. Arian averages 4.5 yards per carry and 9.1 yards per reception. He was the NFL's rushing leader in 2010 with 1,616 yards gained. He was signed by the Texans as an undrafted free agent in 2009 following his collegiate career at Tennessee. Arian's instructional football videos for Pro Tips 4U feature drills he uses during his workout. Arian's tips include the proper way to read a block, the ladder drill and protecting the ball in traffic.
Views: 65726 ProTips4U
Fielding Tips: Fielding 2nd Base on a Double Play with Brandon Phillips
 
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Be sure to stay tuned for more from Brandon Phillips as we continue to bring you coaching, tips, and tricks from the pros themselves. ► ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/BrandonPhillips ► "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U ► Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u ► Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 About ProTips4U: Learn how to elevate your game to the next level with tips and tricks from the best in each sport! We work with professional athletes in every sport to bring the fans and inside look at how to go pro.
Views: 36393 ProTips4U
Wide Receiver footwork with Steve Johnson
 
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Stevie's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/Rxm8BG "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports training instructional football video, Steve "Stevie" Johnson, wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers, demonstrates one of his favorites releases from the line of scrimmage. Called "Gettin' Busy," Stevie discusses how this release uses lateral movement to deceive and throw the DB off track so you can get by him into your route. Stevie provides tips on how to properly do this move and also shows you common mistakes to avoid. Steve "Stevie" Johnson is a wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers. He was drafted by the Bills in the seventh round of the 2008 NFL Draft and played college football at Kentucky. Stevie was traded to the 49ers in 2014 after playing the first 4 years of his career for the Buffalo Bills. In his NFL career, Stevie has caught 301 passes for 3,832 yards and 28 touchdowns. Stevie's instructional football videos for Pro Tips 4U focus on how to become a better wide receiver. His tips include segments on how to release from the line of scrimmage, route running and using the sideline to your advantage.
Views: 62163 ProTips4U
How to Fundamentally Field a Ground Ball with Brandon Phillips
 
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In this video Brandon Phillips shows you how to field a ground ball properly. This is a fundamental skill that all great players should master early on. Stay tuned for more pro tips from Brandon Phillips. ► ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/BrandonPhillips ► "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U ► Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u ► Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 About ProTips4U: Learn how to elevate your game to the next level with tips and tricks from the best in each sport! We work with professional athletes in every sport to bring the fans and inside look at how to go pro.
Views: 184059 ProTips4U
Track & Field Tips: The 1st Hurdle with Dominique Arnold
 
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Dominque's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1zgySiX "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports training video, Dominique Arnold, who holds the fourth-fastest all-time performance in the 110-meter hurdles, goes over How to Approach the First Hurdle. Learn the proper form and execution as you approach the first hurdle. What putting on the brake and gas means, why you want to keep your stride underneath you and not out in front. Why you need a high hip position and why you want to punch the knee over instead of kicking with your foot. Dominique also talks about being patient and running off the hurdle. Dominique Arnold holds the fourth-fastest all-time performance in the 110 meter hurdles, with a time of 12.90 seconds. In competition, he finished fourth at the 2005 World Championships in Athletics and took Bronze in the 60 meter hurdles at the 2006 World Indoor Championships in Athletics. He also took Bronze at the 2001 IAAF Grand Prix Final and Silver at the 2005 World Athletics Final. Dominique's instructional videos for Pro Tips 4U focus on hurdling and include tips on approaching the first hurdle, race strategy and what to do if you hit a hurdle.
Views: 236874 ProTips4U
Gymnast Tips: How to do the Iron Cross
 
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ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1lGB0KZ "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this ProTips4U gymnastics/body building instructional training video, Brandon Wynn, member of the U.S. Men's National Gymnastic Team talks about How to do an Iron Cross. Brandon talks about how to prepare your body with 3 excercises: dips with rings out, rings out swings and a using a ring band. Brandon Wynn is an artistic gymnast on the U.S. National Team. He is a master of the Still Rings, earning the nickname "Lord of the Rings." Hailing from Ohio State University, he is the reining Still Rings NCAA and U.S. National Champion. He has also won in international competitions, finishing first in the 2011 Pan American Games and first in the 2011 Puerto Rico Cup. Brandon's instructional gymnastic videos for ProTips4U focus on tips for the rings and many body building and nutrition tips.
Views: 71562 ProTips4U
Volleyball Tips: How to pass on the beach. Beach Volleyball passing with Holly McPeak
 
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Our featured Pro Tip this week is from Pro Beach Volleyball Olympic Medal winner Holly McPeak, as she explains explains passing the volleyball when you're playing on the beach. Learn the secrets of forming your platform, moving your feet and what to do with your platform. How you legs and movement play an important role, where to push the pass and how to play the pass with the wind at your back. Holly's ProTips4U page: http://bit.ly/Holly-McPeak-Athlete-Page Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Purchase autographed memorabilia: http://www.protips4u.com/shop/shop.html Holly McPeak has been playing pro beach volleyball since 1987 and full time since 1992. She has 72 career titles, second only to Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh for the most of any women in pro beach volleyball history, and along with her former partner, Elaine Youngs, won the bronze medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. McPeak is one of just five women worldwide to participate in three Olympics in beach volleyball. She was elected to the Volleyball Hall of Fame in 2009. Holly's instructional volleyball videos cover drills and techniques to improve your game. Holly's tips cover basics of the game like serving and passing as well as defensive moves and advice on how to tailor your game to the beach.
Views: 79787 ProTips4U
Baseball Tips: Tagging the runner with Brandon Phillips
 
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ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1jflHXX "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this ProTips4U baseball instructional training video, Brandon Phillips, second baseman for the Cincinnati Reds, goes over How to tag a runner at second base. Brandon shows you proper stance over the base and how to tag the runner, plus what not to do when tagging the runner out. Brandon Phillips is a Second Baseman with the Cincinnati Reds. He just recently won his 4th Gold Glove, making him one of the best defensive players at his position. He's been a 3 time All Star selection and he won the Silver Slugger Award that's given to the best hitter at a given position. He is also a member of the 30/30 Club in baseball, having hit 30 home runs and stolen 32 bases in 2007. Brandon's instructional baseball videos for ProTips4U focus on fielding tips for second baseman and more.
Views: 51055 ProTips4U
Defensive Rebounding in basketball
 
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Taj's ProTips4U page: http://bit.ly/b3SXtH Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Purchase autographed memorabilia: http://www.protips4u.com/shop/shop.html In this Pro Tips 4U sports training basketball video, Chicago Bulls Power Forward Taj Gibson, goes over Defensive Rebounding. Learn the secrets of meeting the opposing player out on the court to try and contain him. Taj will teach you the proper form of containment, why you need to locate your man, and why not to follow the ball to the hoop when someone takes a shot. After you get the rebound Taj will show you what to do to secure the ball. Taj Gibson is a power forward for the Chicago Bulls. During his NBA career, Taj has averaged eight points and more than six rebounds per game. Drafted out of USC, Taj was selected to the NBA All-Rookie First Team in 2010. He is known as a high energy player and great defender and rebounder. Taj's instructional basketball videos for Pro Tips 4U focus on drills and technique that can help improve your game. Taj's tips focus on post play, defensive rebounding, defending the post, a hand eye coordination drill and the Mikan drill. At the Pro Tips 4U store, you'll find autographed photos, mini-basketballs and jerseys signed by Taj.
Views: 291110 ProTips4U
Football  Ball Security with Arian Foster
 
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ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1oDF0J3 "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U football instructional training video, Arian Foster, running back for the NFL's Houston Texans, reviews how to secure the football and protect it while you are moving. Arian's tip includes details on the unique way he secures the ball. Arian Foster is the starting running back for the Houston Texans. He has been selected to the Pro Bowl in '10, '11 & '12. In his short career, he has rushed for 5,063 yards and 45 touchdowns to go with his 1,714 receiving yards and 7 touchdowns. Arian averages 4.5 yards per carry and 9.1 yards per reception. He was the NFL's rushing leader in 2010 with 1,616 yards gained. He was signed by the Texans as an undrafted free agent in 2009 following his collegiate career at Tennessee. Arian's instructional football videos for Pro Tips 4U feature drills he uses during his workout. Arian's tips include the proper way to read a block, the ladder drill and protecting the ball in traffic.
Views: 61336 ProTips4U
Warren Moon: Difference between the CFL and NFL
 
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Warren's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1mhdIqA "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 Warren Moon is a Hall of Fame NFL Quarterback. He was a 9-time Pro Bowl selection and had his uniform number '1' retired by the Houston Oilers (now the Tennessee Titans). In 1990 he won the NFL MVP. He finished his NFL career with almost 50,000 yards passing. Only Favre, Mario, Manning and Elway have more. Before he started his Hall of Fame NFL career, he played in the CFL, winning 5 Grey Cups along the way. He is currently the only player enshrined in both the NFL and CFL Halls of Fame. Warren's instructional football videos for Pro Tips 4U focus on drills and techniques that can help improve your quarterbacking skills.
Views: 40996 ProTips4U
Justin Forsett: Running Back Footwork
 
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ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1RKrvej "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports training football video, Justin Forsett, running back, goes over How to Improve Your Footwork. Justin shows you tips and techniques for having fast feet and proper pad level and positioning to make you more explosive and help elongate your career and guard against injury. You'll learn a couple of different ladder drills that Justin does to help with this and shows you common mistakes to avoid. Justin Forsett is a running back for the Baltimore Ravens. He was drafted out of the University of California in the seventh round of the 2008 NFL Draft. During his pro career, he has rushed 2,958 yards and 16 touchdowns. He has also caught 159 passes for 1,113 yards and a touchdown. Justin's football drills and technique videos focus on how to improve your play at the running back position. His tips include how to protect the quarterback, building leg strength and how to run the option route.
Views: 105635 ProTips4U
Batting Tips: Positioning in the Batters Box with Brandon Phillips
 
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In this video, Brandon Phillips shows you how to properly position yourself in the batters box in order to hit the baseball more consistently. ► ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/BrandonPhillips ► "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U ► Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u ► Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 About ProTips4U: Learn how to elevate your game to the next level with tips and tricks from the best in each sport! We work with professional athletes in every sport to bring the fans and inside look at how to go pro.
Views: 25812 ProTips4U
Rebounding and Boxing Out with JaVale McGee
 
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ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/YEgVfv "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports training boxing video, Denver Nuggets Center JaVale McGee, goes over Rebounding & Boxing Out. Learn the secrets of visually watching your opponent as the shot goes up and moving when they move. You’ll also learn the correct way to pivot so as not to lose your opponent. JaVale also explains why sometime you may just be asked to box out without going for the rebound and when you’re on offense the correct way to fake out the defender to lose him as the shot goes up. JaVale McGee is the starting center for the Denver Nuggets in the NBA. He was the 18th overall pick in the 2008 NBA draft following a successful two-year collegiate career at the University of Nevada in Reno. During his NBA career, he has averaged nine points, six rebounds and two blocked shots per game. JaVale participated in the 2011 NBA Slam Dunk Contest where he finished in second place. He was the first player to use three balls at one time in a dunk contest, which was later cited by the Guinness World Records as the most number of basketballs dunked in a single jump. JaVale's basketball instructional videos for Pro Tips 4U focus on how you can improve your game in the post. His tips include how to do a hook shot, rebounding and boxing out, dunking, passing in the post, how to block a shot, dribbling drills, how to shoot free throws and how to jump shoot.
Views: 95457 ProTips4U
Paul George - The Step Back
 
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Paul George's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/Iu9WNG "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10
Views: 84609 ProTips4U
Wide Reciever Route Running with Wendell Davis
 
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Wendell's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1qNY0Fq "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports training football video, Wendell Davis talks about proper route running. Learn the secrets of what to do with your head, arms and eyes in faking out a defender; plus, you’ll learn about angles, stretching zones, crossing routes and the importance of staying flat in your breaks to gain separation from the defender. Wendell Davis is a former NFL wide receiver who played for the Chicago Bears for six seasons from 1988 to 1993. He was selected by the Bears in the 1st round (27th overall) in the 1988 NFL Draft. Wendell was a two time All-American at Louisiana State University. In his pro career, Wendell played in 81 games, catching 207 receptions for 3,000 yards and 14 touchdowns. Wendell's instructional football videos for Pro Tips 4U feature his coaching strategies to improve your skills as a wide receiver. Wendell's tips include the proper stance, catching the football and getting off the line of scrimmage.
Views: 132702 ProTips4U
Jeff Mayweather: How to throw the Uppercut
 
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ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1LyPoQR "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports instructional training boxing video, Jeff Mayweather reviews the proper way on how to throw an uppercut. Jeff reviews tips on transferring your weight, not allowing your hand to drop, how to throw it and bring it right back, why your chin is your house and someone always has to be home. Jeff Mayweather had a career boxing record of 32-10-5 with 10 KOs. His biggest accomplishment was winning the International Boxing Organization (IBO) Super Featherweight title from John Roby on April 21, 1994, a title which he defended two times. Jeff, who brothers include Floyd Mayweather Sr. and Roger Mayweather, is also uncle to Floyd Mayweather Jr. who has won titles in five different weight classes. Jeff is now a noted trainer, most recently guiding Celestino Caballero to the WBA Featherweight Title. Jeff's boxing instructional videos includes tips on the proper technique for the upper cut, jab, hook and right-hand lead. Jeff's also demonstrates defensive techniques.
Views: 89921 ProTips4U
How to Wrap Your Own Hands
 
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ProTips4U athlete page: "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports training boxing/MMA video, Jacob “Stitch” Duran talks about Wrapping Your Own Hands. Learn the tips for what to buy, where to start the wrap, choosing your padding, wrapping away from the thumb, crossing and finishing your wrap where you started. Jacob "Stitch" Duran is a professional cutman who works in boxing and mixed martial arts fights. Stitch works the corner of boxing’s Klitschko brothers as well as Middleweight Champion Andre Ward. In MMA, you will see Stitch in the corner at many of the top UFC fights. Stitch's instructional videos explains the ins and outs of being a cutman. Stitch gives advice on how to wrap a fighter's hands, how to close a cut, as well as what you should be carrying in your bucket.
Views: 20964 ProTips4U
How To Throw The Discus With Bryan Clay
 
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In this Pro Tips 4U sports training video, 2008 Olympic Decathlon Gold Medal winner, Bryan Clay, goes over The Discus Throw. Learn the secrets of proper form with your feet, arms and shoulders. Watch as Bryan demonstrates his throwing motion concentrating on his entry into the ring, what he concentrates on in the middle and how he finishes up the throw. Don't forget to subscribe: http://bit.ly/1xDZru0 Bryan Clay's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1FvUs7x Checkout our social media and merchandise pages: "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 Bryan Clay won the Olympic Gold Medal in the Decathlon at the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the Track & Field competition. His victory margin of 240 points was the largest since 1972. Bryan also won the Silver Medal in the Decathlon at the 2004 Olympics in Athens and followed that up by winning the Gold Medal in the World Championships in 2005 in Helsinki. The Olympic decathlon champion is often referred to as the "World's Greatest Athlete." Bryan's instructional training videos for Pro Tips 4U showcase his workouts and strategy for competing in the Decathlon. His tips include his active warmup, active recovery, nutrition tips, how to throw the discus and how to do the shot put.
Views: 225407 ProTips4U
Soccer tips: How to properly head the ball with Abby Wambach
 
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ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1i9vdcP "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 With concerns of concussions and soccer players, experts advice that the first step is in players learning how to head the ball properly. In this ProTips4U soccer instructional training video, superstar Abby Wambach demonstrates how to do a proper header. Abby's tips include how your neck, head and body can work together for the perfect header. Abby Wambach is one of the most prolific goal scorers in U.S. Women's soccer history. A four-time winner of the U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year Award, she has been a regular on the U.S. women's national team since 2003. Abby currently stands as the third highest all-time scorer for the USA Women's National Soccer Team, after Kristine Lilly and Mia Hamm. Recently Abby won the FIFA Ballon d'Or for 2012 along with Lionel Messi as the best players in the world. The Ballon d'Or (Golden Ball) is the most prestigious award in all of soccer. In 2004, Abby scored the winning goal in overtime against Brazil, giving the U.S. the Gold Medal in the Athens Olympics. Her amazing performance in the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup (where the U.S. finished in second place) earned her the Bronze Boot and Silver Star award. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she helped lead the American team to the Gold medal. Abby's instructional soccer videos include drills on how to kick with accuracy, how to kick with power and how to cross the ball along with other basic skills.
Views: 98706 ProTips4U
Calais Campbell : How to do the Swim Move
 
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In this ProTips4U football instructional training video, Calais Campbell, DE for the Arizona Cardinals goes over How to Do the Swim Move. In this video Calais demonstrates clearing the hands, grabbing the shoulder, punching through and getting to the edge to go around the tackle and on to the quarter back. Calais' ProTips4U Athlete Page: http://bit.ly/1xMtYb3 "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 Calais is defensive end for the Arizona Cardinals. A two-sport star in his hometown of Denver, he choose to play for the Miami Hurricanes where he was the team MVP in '06 and made the All-ACC Team in the same year. Drafted in 2008 by the Cardinals he was fortunate enough to play in the Super Bowl his rookie season. During the 2011 season, Campbell stepped up as a defensive power house, racking up 8 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and even an interception. More impressive was his dominance on special teams play, where he blocked 3 field goals during the season. In his career he has 329 tackles and 36.5 sacks. Calais' instructional football videos for Pro Tips 4U focus on drills and techniques that can help improve your pass rushing skills. His tips focus on how to do the swim move, strategy for rushing the passer, how to sack the quarterback and more.
Views: 68508 ProTips4U
Rollerblading Tips: How to drop in on a quarter pipe with Chris Haffey
 
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If you want to learn how to skate at skate-parks, you've got to learn to drop in a quarter pipe, here in this full Pro Tip Chris Haffey (widely recognized as one of the top rollerbladers in the world), shows you how. Visit Chris' ProTips4U page: http://bit.ly/nweZRa
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Baseball Bunting Fundamentals with Juan Pierre
 
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ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1cvCrmF "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports training baseball video, Juan Pierre goes over Bunting Drills. Learn the secrets of how to bunt. Juan shows you why you need to adjust your position in the batter's box, the proper stance to get into as you square up, how to separate your hands and hold the bat. Lastly Juan shows you how to set your bat angle early and the difference between bunting toward first or third. Juan also shows you mistakes to avoid. Juan Pierre was a member of the 2003 World Champion Florida Marlins, batting .333 in the series. Juan is currently a free agent. Juan is the active leader in Major League Baseball with 614 stolen bases in his career. In 2011, he collected his 2,000 career base hit. His baseball tips and drills focus on all aspects of base stealing as well as the proper technique for bunting.
Views: 46894 ProTips4U
Wrestling Tips: How to counter in wrestling when you're beat with Lee Kemp
 
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Lee's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/Lee-Kemp-Wrestling-Tips Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u ProTips4U shop: http://www.protips4u.com/shop/shop.html Our featured Pro Tip of the week is from Lee Kemp. Lee talks about how to Counter When You're Beat. Learn the secrets of what to do with your opponents head, how to push your weight back onto him, what to do with your knee, what to do with your opponents hip and how to get your leg out and turn that into a takedown. Lee Kemp is one of America's most accomplished wrestlers. He was a three-time World Champion and earned a berth on the 1980 Olympic team, but was unable to compete because of the U.S. boycott. In 2008, he coached the U.S. Olympic wrestling team. During his collegiate career, he won three NCAA Division I titles while competing for the University of Wisconsin and was the only person to beat legendary wrestler Dan Gable. Lee's wrestling drills and technique videos include tips on takedowns, countering and the skills necessary to successfully compete at a high level.
Views: 53703 ProTips4U
Baseball Pitching Changeup Tips: How to throw a changeup with Tim Collins.
 
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In this ProTips4U baseball instructional training video, Tim Collins, relief pitcher for the Kansas City Royals shows you How to Throw a Changeup. Learn the different types of changeup grips such as the "Palm Ball" and the "Circle Change," plus Tim shows demonstrates the changeup showing you arm motion and proper speed. Tim's ProTips4U page: http://www.protips4u.com/featured-contributors/athlete/baseball-tim-collins.html Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Purchase autographed memorabilia: http://www.protips4u.com/shop/shop.html Tim Collins is a hard throwing left-handed relief pitcher for the Kansas City Royals baseball team. Collins began his professional career in 2007 with the Toronto Blue Jay's minor league baseball affiliate the Gulf Coast League Blue Jays. In 2010, Baseball America magazine rated Collins as having the best curveball in the Blue Jays organization. In 2010, Collins was traded, to the Kansas City Royals. To check the most recent stats for Tim Collins, visit his player page on MLB.com. This up-and-coming left-handed baseball pitcher shared a number of critical tips and drills with Pro Tips 4U, including "How to Throw a Changeupl," "Baseball Pitching Drills" and "Rotator Cuff Exercises." These educational videos were filmed at Eric Cressey's Cressey Performance in Hudson, MA.
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Brian Aragon  : How to do a Royale
 
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Brian's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1zG6FDs "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports training rollerblading video, Brian Aragon, world champion rollerblader, demonstrates how to do a Royale. Grinding on a rail is a basic of rollerblading and Brian goes over tips and techniques on how to get yourself on and off the rail perfectly every time. He explains the proper positioning for your feet and legs. Brian also reviews common mistakes to avoid. During his career, Brian has consistently been one of the world's top rollerbladers (sometimes referred to as aggressive inline skaters). At one point he was ranked the number one in-line skater in the world by the World Rolling Series. Brian's rollerblading videos include tips on skating backwards, how to air a spine and the proper technique to do a royale. So start watching and get ready to hit the skate park!
Views: 137232 ProTips4U
How to do the basketball jab step with Paul George
 
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http://bit.ly/Paul-George-Basketball-Tips In this week's featured Pro Tip of the week, learn the basketball Jab Step to create space for your shot, from up-and-coming star Paul George of the Indiana Pacers. For more basketball tips and drills from Paul visit http://bit.ly/fdvLwo Paul George is a small forward/shoot guard for the Indiana Pacers. He has averaged nearly nine points and four rebounds per game since being selected the 10th overall pick in the 2010 NBA draft after his sophomore season at Fresno State. Paul was selected to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team in 2011. Paul's basketball instructional videos for ProTips4U focus on drills and fundamentals that he has used to improve his game. Paul's tips include shooting, dribbling and rebounding drills, fundamentals of the layup, basics on free throw shooting, step back move and the triple threat shot fake. In the Pro Tips 4U store, (http://bit.ly/QSZ6iD) you can purchase Paul George autographed photos, mini-basketballs and jerseys.
Views: 107391 ProTips4U
Dustin Brown : Checking in Hockey
 
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Dustin's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/19We43s "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports training hockey video, Dustin Brown, Right Winger for the Los Angeles Kings shows you the tips and techniques for proper checking,. Youll learn when to check, how to line the guy up, where to contact the player and the two part process for a proper check emphasizing timing and weight transfer. Dustin Brown plays right wing and is captain of the Los Angeles Kings. Dustin was an alternate captain of the US Olympic Team that won the Silver Medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. In 2009, Dustin was named to the NHL All-Star team. in 2014 Dustin won the Mark Messier Leadership Award. In 2012 and 2014 he led the Kings to the Stanley Cup Finals, eventually becoming only the second US born captain to have his name engraved on the Stanley Cup. Dustin’s instructional hockey videos for Pro Tips 4U include drills and advice on how to play the right wing position. His tips include how to take a wrist shot, how to pass through your legs, how to change the angle of your shot and how to overskate the puck.
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Aspects of the High Jump : High Jump Tips
 
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ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/Z5EBZw "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U video, Jaime Nieto, Olympic high jumper shows you aspects of the high jump. If you want to learn the high jump or are looking for tips to get better this is an important video. Learn the secrets of being technically sound, the different take-off methods, plus which one Jaime uses and why. Also you’ll learn how to jump at the bar, what you should do as you fly over, when to tuck your knees and what part of the body you should ultimately land on. Jamie Nieto is a high jumper who competed in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. His personal best jump is 2.34 meters (7'8"), achieved at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. He was the 2004 USA Olympic Trials Champion with a jump of 2.33 meters (7' 7.5") as well as the 2003 USA Outdoor Champion with a jump of 2.30 meters (7' 6.5"). Jamie's instructional track and field videos for Pro Tips 4U focus on how to warm-up before jumping, the approach and basics of the high jump.
Views: 754173 ProTips4U
Pitching Tips: How to throw the slider with Garrett Richards
 
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Garrett's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1h4E4el "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this ProTips4U baseball instructional training video, Garrett Richards, pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, goes over How to Throw a Slider. Garrett shows you the grip, finger position; his mental thought process, what count to throw the pitch and how he lines the pitch up on the catcher. Garrett Richards is a right handed pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Drafted in the first round of the 2009 draft, he was called up to the majors for good at the end of the 2012 season. Over his first 3 seasons he has 11 wins in 29 starts, 3 saves out of the bullpen and has 157 strike outs. Richards pitching style leads with four-seam and two-seam fastballs at 94-96 mph. He also has a changeup to lefties, a slider to righties, and throws the occasional curveball. His tips for ProTips4U focus on pitching grips, stretching, the mental game of pitching and fielding.
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Football Safety Tips: How to do the Cushion Drill with Steve Gregory
 
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Steve's ProTips4U page: http://bit.ly/Steve-Gregory-Football-Tips Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Purchase autographed memorabilia: http://www.protips4u.com/shop/shop.html In this ProTips4U sports training video, Steve Gregory, San Diego Chargers Safety, shows you the Cushion Drill. Learn the secrets of going from your backpedal to turning and running with the receiver. Steve shows you the right way to do this so you can stay in front of the receiver and impede his path. You'll also learn how to time this and what will happen if you wait too long to turn. Steve Gregory is a defensive back for the New England Patriots of the NFL. On Thanksgiving Night, November 22, 2012, Steve spearheaded the Patriots' victory over his home-town team, the New York Jets. In the game, Gregory had an interception, 2 recovered fumbles (one leading to a touchdown), 5 tackles, and 1 pass deflection. At the end of the game, Gregory was awarded the traditional Turkey Leg Thanksgiving award, along with teammates Tom Brady and Vince Wilfork.
Views: 95616 ProTips4U
David Diaz tells ProTips4U about fighting Manny Pacquaio
 
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http://bit.ly/David-Diaz-Boxing-Tips David Díaz is an American boxer and former WBC Lightweight Champion of the World. His career record is 36-4-1 with 17 KOs. David, a natural southpaw, has been in the ring with boxing greats such as Manny Pacquaio and Eric Morales (who he defeated in 2007). In this video, David talks about fighting Manny Pacquaio. David's instructional boxing videos cover both the offensive and defensive skills needed to improve your boxing technique. David offers tips on the jab, uppercut, the one-two punch, the one-two-three combination as well as the proper staff and defensive technique. In the Pro Tips 4U store, you can also purchase an autographed photo as well as a pair of autographed gloves signed by the champ!
Views: 227091 ProTips4U
Proper DB hand placement : football tips
 
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ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1xecd3s "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U video, Jerry Azumah talks about proper DB hand placement. Learn the secrets of where to put your hands - what happens if you jam too low or to high, where to place your hands on the receiver and why it’s important to lock your elbows. Jerry Azumah is a retired cornerback who played with Chicago Bears from 1999-2005. Jerry was selected in the fifth round of the 1999 NFL draft by the Bears. Jerry wound up his college career at the University of New Hampshire setting the Division 1-AA career rushing record with 6,193 yards. With the Bears, Jerry had 10 career interceptions, 384 tackles, 6.5 sacks, 6 forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and scored three touchdowns. Following the 2003 season, Jerry was selected to the NFL Pro Bowl. Jerry's instructional football training videos for Pro Tips 4U focus on how to play the cornerback position. His tips include hand placement, the "W" drill, proper stance for a defensive back in the press position and the proper position for a defensive back in the off position.
Views: 15621 ProTips4U
Fielding Tips: The Backhand Play with Brandon Phillips
 
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Be sure to stay tuned for more from Brandon Phillips as we continue to bring you coaching, tips, and tricks from the pros themselves. ► ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/BrandonPhillips ► "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U ► Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u ► Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 About ProTips4U: Learn how to elevate your game to the next level with tips and tricks from the best in each sport! We work with professional athletes in every sport to bring the fans and inside look at how to go pro.
Views: 10975 ProTips4U
Nick Young : Basketball Crossover
 
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Nick's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1dtNpwm "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U basketball instructional training video, Nick Young, a shooting guard and small forward Los Angeles Lakers, goes over how to do the between-the-legs crossover dribble. In the video, Nick reviews the three steps you need to know so you can perform the crossover correctly and leave your defender in the dust. Nick Young is a shooting guard and small forward for the Los Angeles Lakers. Nick was selected by the Washington Wizards in the first round of the 2007 NBA draft after leaving USC following his junior year. During his NBA career, he is averaging 12.2 points per game. He was traded to the Lakers in 2013. Nick's basketball instructional videos for Pro Tips 4U include advice on how to do the step back move, game preparation, baseline moves and the 360 degree layup.
Views: 249128 ProTips4U
Floyd Sr Feint
 
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How to do the double crossover dribble. Featured Pro Tip of the week from Reggie Jackson
 
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In this ProTips4U basketball instructional training video, Reggie Jackson, point guard for the Oklahoma City Thunder, goes over How to do the Double Crossover Basketball Move. Watch as Reggie demonstrates when to attack, how to get the defender off balance, and the dribble and motion of the move. Reggie's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/Reggie-Jackson-Basketball-Tips "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for Reggie Jackson merchandise: http://www.protips4u.com/reggie-jackson-autographed-mini-basketball.html Reggie Jackson plays for the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder. Before going pro, he played three seasons for the Boston College Eagles. As a junior, he led the Eagles in scoring for the 2010--11 season with 18.2 points per game. Because of his high flying season, he was named to the All-ACC First team for the 2010--11 season. After that, he entered the 2011 NBA Draft and later, was selected as 24th pick of the first round by the Thunder. Reggie shared his expertise with a number of basketball tips for http://www.protips4u.com/ including: "How to do the Step Back move," "How to do the Shot Fake," "How to Shoot the Floater,"and "How to finish at the Rim," among others.
Views: 67889 ProTips4U
Brandon Phillips : How to feed second base
 
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Brandon's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1jflHXX "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this ProTips4U baseball instructional training video, Brandon Phillips, second baseman for the Cincinnati Reds, goes over Feeding to Second Base on a Double Play. Brandon shows you the overhand flip, the front hand flip and the backhand flip, and the proper follow through to make sure you get the throw there on time. Brandon Phillips is a Second Baseman with the Cincinnati Reds. He just recently won his 4th Gold Glove, making him one of the best defensive players at his position. He's been a 3 time All Star selection and he won the Silver Slugger Award that's given to the best hitter at a given position. He is also a member of the 30/30 Club in baseball, having hit 30 home runs and stolen 32 bases in 2007. Brandon's instructional baseball videos for ProTips4U focus on fielding tips for second baseman and more.
Views: 35679 ProTips4U
Juan Pierre : How to Steal Third Base
 
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Juan's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1cvCrmF "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U sports training baseball video, Juan Pierre goes over How to Steal 3rd base. Juan shows you tips on the proper way to take a lead and why momentum is important. You’ll also learn to focus on the pitcher and not the SS or 2nd baseman. Juan also goes over what to look for in pitching types and whether the pitcher is a “one” or “two” looker and how to read that and adjust your jump. Lastly Juan shows you the take off and how he uses the shuffle, shuffle, go method. Juan Pierre was a member of the 2003 World Champion Florida Marlins, batting .333 in the series. Juan is currently a free agent. Juan is the active leader in Major League Baseball with 614 stolen bases in his career. In 2011, he collected his 2,000 career base hit. Read more about Juan's stats and accomplishments at his official MLB page. His baseball tips and drills focus on all aspects of base stealing as well as the proper technique for bunting.
Views: 28063 ProTips4U
Tight End Drive Blocking with Emery Moorehead
 
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Emory's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1osQHS0 "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this Pro Tips 4U video Emery Moorhead talks about drive blocking. Learn the secrets of proper footwork and taking only a half step off the line, not getting stood up and then exploding up through the chest of the defender. Emery Moorehead is a former tight end for the New York Giants, Denver Broncos, and the Chicago Bears. He won a Super Bowl ring as the starting tight end with the 1985 Chicago Bears. Emery played a total of 12 seasons in the NFL and retired with 224 receptions for 2,980 yards and 15 touchdowns. He also returned 31 kickoffs for 617 yards and rushed for 114 yards. Emery played college football at the University of Colorado where he captained the 1976 Big 8 champion Buffalos and was drafted in the sixth round of the 1977 NFL Draft.
Views: 15865 ProTips4U
Rebecca Soni: Adding a Second Kick to Your Breaststroke
 
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Rebecca's ProTips4U page: http://bit.ly/Rebecca-Soni-Swimming-Tips Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Autographed memorabilia: http://www.protips4u.com/shop/shop.html In this Pro Tips 4U sports training instructional swimming video, Rebecca Soni, Olympic Gold Medal-winning swimmer, explains how to take two kicks for every pull while performing the breaststroke. Rebecca Soni is considered the world's best female breaststroke swimmer. She is the first woman to swim the 200m breaststroke in less than 2:20. Here's a complete Pro Tip on one of her favorite drills that teaches young swimmers how to add a kick to increase their speed. This drill will help you with body position and timing which is very important if you want to be fast at the breaststroke. 1. Visit http://bit.ly/feT9vS -- Rebecca Soni's ProTips4U page 2. Pick the video you want to watch the most 3. Enter code "soni" at checkout. 4. Watch the video and improve your swimming technique!
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Tennis Tips: Hitting the overhead with Tracy Austin
 
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Tracy's ProTips4U athlete page: http://bit.ly/1eqLTM4 "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Shop for merchandise: http://bit.ly/cJkf10 In this ProTips4U tennis instructional training video, Tracy Austin, former World No. 1 professional tennis player shows you, How to Hit the Overhead Tennis Shot. Learn tips for the proper footwork, shoulder turn, head position, finishing on balance and lastly, why you don't want to face the net square. Tracy Austin is a former World No. 1 professional tennis player from the United States who won the women's singles title at the US Open in 1979 and 1981 and the mixed doubles title at Wimbledon in 1980, before a series of injuries cut her career short. Since 1979, she has held the record as youngest ever US Open female singles champion and is the youngest inductee of all time in the International Tennis Hall of Fame. She won 30 singles titles and had a career record of 335-90.
Views: 26453 ProTips4U
Tennis Volley Tips with Tracy Austin
 
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Tracy's ProTips4U page: http://bit.ly/S4qzNi Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u Purchase autographed memorabilia: http://www.protips4u.com/shop/shop.html In this ProTips4U tennis instructional training video, Tracy Austin, former World No. 1 professional tennis player shows you, How to Volley in Tennis. Learn the techniques to sustain and win each volley. Learn the split step, racquet placement, whole body rotation and underspin. Tracy Austin is a former World No. 1 professional tennis player from the United States who won the women's singles title at the US Open in 1979 and 1981 and the mixed doubles title at Wimbledon in 1980, before a series of injuries cut her career short. Since 1979, she has held the record as youngest ever US Open female singles champion and is the youngest inductee of all time in the International Tennis Hall of Fame. She won 30 singles titles and had a career record of 335-90.
Views: 158653 ProTips4U
Football Tips: How to Block as a Running Back
 
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"Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProTips4U Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/protips4u In this Pro Tips 4U football instructional training video, Arian Foster, running back for the NFL's Houston Texans, talks about how he reads his defenders in order to block for his quarterback. Arian discusses spacing, technique in the lower body and technique in the upper body. Arian Foster is the starting running back for the Houston Texans. He has been selected to the Pro Bowl in '10, '11 & '12. In his short career, he has rushed for 5,063 yards and 45 touchdowns to go with his 1,714 receiving yards and 7 touchdowns. Arian averages 4.5 yards per carry and 9.1 yards per reception. He was the NFL's rushing leader in 2010 with 1,616 yards gained. He was signed by the Texans as an undrafted free agent in 2009 following his collegiate career at Tennessee. Arian's instructional football videos for Pro Tips 4U feature drills he uses during his workout. Arian's tips include the proper way to read a block, the ladder drill and protecting the ball in traffic.
Views: 12233 ProTips4U