How to add a downloaded PDF to the iBooks App

Here are the four steps bring a downloaded PDF into iBooks so it will always be available.

  1. After the PDF has been downloaded, click the ‘send’ icon in the lower left corner.
  2. Select the ‘Open in iBooks’ icon (you made need to scroll right to see the icon).
  3. After the PDF opens in iBooks click the ‘send’ icon in the top left.
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Goals That Inspire

What are some of your goals for 2016? As a player or coach going into off-season I’d suggest that you create meaningful goals that are worth fighting for because life (and your opponents!) will constantly test your resolve and level of commitment.

If your team goals, or individual ambitions don’t get your heart racing, blood pumping, butterflies circling, or voice crackling when you talk about them, you may need to go back to drawing board and create some new ones.

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Five Traits That Make a 5-Star Stud DB Recruit

What characteristics and skills would a 5-star defensive back possess that would allow them to be a superstar at the college level?  Speed and quickness are of course a given for players in the defensive secondary, but what is it that sets a 5-Star defensive back apart from the rest?

Here are the FIVE traits that make a 5-star stud DB recruit:

1. Backpedal
Having a proper backpedal is essential to being a good corner at any level of football.

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The Art Of Playing Wide Receiver

This instant download ebook is available with a special introductory price of $19.95 through June 30, 2016.  The training videos alone contained in the book are valued at $78.90! Grab the book here.

What others are saying about the book…

“I have read the first five chapters and the book is awesome! Can’t wait to pass the knowledge on to my players.” -Coach Hernandez

“Best football technique book I have read.

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One Handed Catching?
Ever since the spectacular, one handed catch in the end zone last season by New York Giant’s wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., you see it being talked about everywhere.  You can even find acrobatic, two handed catches while performing a backwards summersault all over YouTube!  Are these spectacular feats?  Yes, they certainly are but I can only imagine receiver coaches such as myself, all across the country, pulling their hair out because one handed catches go against the fundamentals we constantly preach and that is to “use both hands to catch a football”!  
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