What Is It?

Prior to 2014 the Flexbone Association Camp experience consisted of 12 hours of on the field instruction and up to three hours of classroom instruction with your coaching staffs for a total of 15 hours. Prices for these packages started at $2,995 and increased from there. Starting in 2014 in a continued effort to bring the Flexbone Offense to you in the most efficient manner possible we’ve created the Flexbone Association Academy. The Academy is structured like an on-line course. Each module will be covered in detail, with video, written descriptions and diagrams. These easily accessible materials will afford you the opportunity to develop a sophisticated level of understanding in just a few months.

Before your school year ends this spring, you will be prepared to coach this offense in an intelligent, systematic and analytical fashion. You will enhance your football program in just 15 weeks by covering all possible situations and possessing answers to all possible questions that Flexbone programs encounter throughout a season. 

With over 40 hours of instruction,you will be equipped to dominate situational offensive football and posses immediate answers to problems that occur in practices and games. All clients have access to an online forum where they can ask any possible question that arises and receive an answer–in less than 48 hours. Coaches learn the Flexbone offense as if they have just taken over a program for the first time. If you have never coached the offense before, or if you’ve already won multiple state championships; the comprehensive Flexbone Association Academy will provide an immediate boost to your program, as well as your offensive production 

No aspect of the offense will be left uncovered. In over 40 hours of instruction, you will attain mastery of the offense:

Module One – Introductory Thoughts: What is the Flexbone? How to sell it to administrators, players and parents, Equipment Needs
Module Two – The Basics: Flexbone “Spread Formation” Huddle, Alignment, Cadence, Player Characteristics and Performance Markers
Module Three – The Complete Count System
Module Four – Practice Structure for One or Two Platoon Football, Staff Considerations, Assistant Coaching Responsibilities for Practice, Install Schedule
Module Five – The Complete Guide to Triple Option
Module Six – Advanced Concepts (Triple Option Tags, Including Zone Option)
Module Seven – The Complete Guide to Midline Option (Including Midline Triple and Tags)
Module Eight – The Complete Guide to Rocket Toss (Including Rocket Belly)
Module Nine – The Triple Option Counter Game (Counter Option, The Eagle Adjustment, Trap and Counter Iso)
Module Ten – The Complete Guide to the Play-Action Passing Game (Triple Option, Rocket Toss and Counter Option)
Module Eleven – Advanced Concepts (Screens and Draws)
Module Twelve – Installing the Sprint Out and Drop Back Passing Games
Module Thirteen – Offensive Line Drills
Module Fourteen – Individual Skilled Position Drills
Module Fifteen – Group Drills (Option Drill, 3 on 3, Perimeter Blocking etc)
Module Sixteen – The Heavy Formation
Module Seventeen – The Over Formation
Module Eighteen – The Double Flex Formation
Module Nineteen – The Trips Formation
Module Twenty – Understanding Numbers, Leverage and Field Position
Module Twenty One – Friday Nights (Game Calling Guide, Assistant Coach Responsibilities)
Module Twenty Two – Film Breakdown and Game Planning (Self-Scouting and Opponent Scouting)
Module Twenty Three – Defeating the 4-4 / 6-2 Defense
Module Twenty Four – Defeating the 4-3 / 6-1 Defense
Module Twenty Five –  Defeating Double Eagle Fronts (5-2, 5-3)
Module Twenty Six – Defeating the 3-4 / 5-2 Defense
Module Twenty Seven – Defeating the 3-3 Defense

The Flexbone Association Academy online course will change the way you coach offensive football for the rest of your career–

You are one phone call away to vastly improving the quality of your football program.

Click Here to visit our Flexbone Association Academy Page. 

13 Comments on “What Is It?”

  1. Rich Holmes June 14, 2015 at 7:33 AM #

    If I join the Flexbone Academy can the materials that are online be shared with my staff on their own computers?

  2. brandon lorenz April 16, 2015 at 7:16 PM #

    Coach,
    I may have missed a few things in the reading, so maybe you could help.

    1.) Is this price per student or as a group?
    2.) Is this a camp where you fly to the high school for 15 weeks, or just books and videos?
    3.) If this is a camp, since you’re located in Kansas, do we come there?

    Thank you,

    Brandon Lorenz

    Head Coach La Jolla Pop Warner
    Head Coach La Jolla High School Freshman

    • Scott Jazdzewski August 6, 2015 at 1:09 PM #

      1. Flat price per team
      2. I go to the school (the Academy part is online)
      3. I am located in Georgia

  3. Jim R Clark February 14, 2015 at 8:35 PM #

    I am talking over a program that has only won 3 games in 4 years. I am interested in this instalation program and all it can provide my program. Can I get more info as soon as u can!!! Thank you for your time.

  4. Randy Asinsin April 13, 2014 at 10:53 PM #

    Hi coach I am the head coach for a middle school 7th, 8th graders. Would I be able to install the offense by getting the academy. Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Thanks
    Coach Randy

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