Einträge mit ‘Wide Receiver

Canada in training camp..

24.06.10

Autor: AGebek | Kategorie: Canada, Links

The 37 year old Karin Simmons (1,55) is one of Quaterbacks in Team Canada.
“Honestly, I expect to look at a big wall,” Simmons says the World Cup. “I have looked at the squad of opponents and some of the women are over 1,82 large.”

http://www.footballcanada.com/News/OldNews/tabid/63/language/en-CA/Default.aspx?newsid=265

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Zielstrebig zum Comeback

20.06.10

Autor: Jörg Schlüter / Huddle | Kategorie: General, Facts about the team, Inside the Team

WR Jeanette Beastoch war von Anfang an eine sichere Kandidatin für die Frauenfootballnationalmannschaft. Während des Camps in Silberborn hat sie sich allerdings schwer an der Schulter verletzt. Mit viel Fleiß und Beharrlichkeit hat Sie sich innerhalb von drei Monaten wieder in das Team zurück gekämpft und steht wenige Tage vor dem letzten Camp in Strausberg und vor dem ersten Kick Off in Schweden vor ihrem Comeback. Für uns stand Jeanette Beastoch Rede und Antwort.

football-aktuell.de:

Hallo Jeanette, Es wäre nett, wenn Du zuerst etwas über Dich erzählen würdest.

Jeanette Beastoch:

Ich bin 28 Jahre alt und wohne in Tübingen. Ich habe in Passau Jura studiert, in Nürnberg mein Referendariat absolviert und arbeite nun als Juristin im Justizvollzug des Landes Baden-Württemberg. Seit 2006 spiele ich bei den Nürnberg Hurricanes. Zwischen Tübingen und Nürnberg liegen zwar mehr als 200 km, aber mein Team ist mir während meiner Zeit in Nürnberg so sehr ans Herz gewachsen, dass mich auch der Umzug aus beruflichen Gründen nicht den Helm wechseln ließ.

football-aktuell.de:

In Nürnberg bist Du eine langjährige Leistungsträgerin und immer für einen Touchdownfang gut. Wie bist Du eigentlich zum Footballl gekommen?

Jeanette Beastoch:

Während des Studiums spielte ich bereits Flagfootball bei den Passau Red Wolves, der Unimannschaft. Ich habe dort überwiegend mit Männern zusammengespielt und viel von ihnen lernen können, insbesondere was die Technik und die Durchsetzungsfähigkeit betrifft. Schon damals hatte ich Lust, auch mal “richtigen Football” auszuprobieren. Die Gelegenheit dazu ergab sich dann, als ich zum Referendariat nach Nürnberg umzog. Seitdem ist Football aus meinem Leben nicht mehr wegzudenken.

football-aktuell.de:

Die Gesundheit geht immer vor. Wie geht es Deiner Schulter und bist Du wirklich fit und wieder wohlauf?

Jeanette Beastoch:

Bei der Schulter hatte ich Glück im Unglück. Wir waren auf Empfehlung unseres Teamarztes Marco Ezechieli in einer Heidelberger Spezialklinik für Schulterchirurgie. Der Arzt dort teilte uns mit, dass die Regeneration einer Schultereckgelenksprengung drei Monate bedarf und operierte mich gleich am nächsten Tag – ein Glücksfall. Die Teilnahme an der WM ist also eine Punktlandung, denn zwischen dem Trainingscamp in Silberborn, in dem ich mich verletzte, und der WM liegen genau drei Monate. Nachdem ich nach der Operation vier Wochen lang meinen Arm gar nicht bewegen durfte, war von dem intensiven Kraft- und Footballtraining, dass ich seit Januar betrieben hatte, natürlich nichts mehr zu spüren. Die Reha jedoch verläuft bisher prima. Vor sechs Wochen habe ich mit dem Training wieder begonnen und es seitdem stetig gesteigert. Laufen, sprinten, fangen, blocken funktioniert alles wieder. Lediglich Krafttraining und tackeln, bzw. getackelt werden hat der Arzt erst ab Ende Juni wieder erlaubt. Punktlandung eben.

football-aktuell.de:

Wie hast Du Dich nach der Verletzung wieder in das Team hineingekämpft? Von Coach Robert Melzer hören wir ja nur lobende Worte über Dein Engagement!

Jeanette Beastoch:

Wir haben die Coaches über den aktuellen Behandlungsstand meiner Schulter ständig auf dem Laufenden gehalten. Nachdem noch vor der offiziellen Nominierung der Spielerinnen berechtigte Hoffnung bestand, dass ich rechtzeitig wieder fit werde, war ich von Anfang an nominiert. Bei einem Training Ende Mai in Berlin mit Coach Trabi konnte er sich dann selbst ein Bild von meinem Genesungsstand machen. Das Lob für Engagement muss ich hiermit an unseren Coach zurückgeben. Die Trainingseinheit in Berlin hat mich einen großen Schritt weitergebracht und das Vertrauen in eine rechtzeitige Heilung gestärkt.

football-aktuell.de:

Dein Freund ist Mitglied der Flagfootballnationalmannschaft und Footballcoach. Wer redet bei Euch zu Hause momentan mehr über seine ganz persönliche WM?

Jeanette Beastoch:

Naja, wir gehen, was die Vorfreude und das Hauptgesprächsthema betrifft, ganz chronologisch vor. Im Moment reden wir nur über Schweden. Mein Freund, wird auch live mit dabei sein. Und genauso werde ich live bei der Flag-WM in Kanada dabei sein, denn ich spiele auch in der Frauen-Flagfootballnationalmannschaft. Da die Flag-WM für Männer und Frauen zeitgleich stattfindet, wird es also unsere gemeinsame WM. Doch bevor es Mitte August nach Ottawa geht, hoffen wir mitzuerleben, wie unsere Herren im eigenen Land Europameister werden.

football-aktuell.de:

Hattest Du schon Möglichkeiten, Dich über die Passabwehr Schwedens und Kanadas zu informieren?

Jeanette Beastoch:

Ich habe über youtube.com nur Spiele der IWFL gesehen. Von den anderen Teams weiß ich bisher nichts. Gegen die Schwedinnen habe ich bereits letztes Jahr bei der Flag-EM gespielt und eines Wissens nach waren das alles auch Spielerinnen der Tacklenationalmannschaft. Im Flagfootball haben wir sie geschlagen, was aber wohl wenig über das bevorstehende Tacklespiel aussagt.

football-aktuell.de:

Was glaubst Du, ist für Euch in Stockholm möglich?

Jeanette Beastoch: Der dritte Platz sollte möglich sein.

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Extra training before the World Cup in Berlin Spandau

04.06.10

Autor: Robert Melzer | Kategorie: General, Facts about the team

Only three weeks before the national players go to Sweden for the World Cup. Jeanette Beastoch, who was seriously injured in the preparatory camp in Silberborn, does everything to get fit again as quickly as possible. An operation on her right shoulder forced her to take a long break from training. Now that your doctor has given the "green light" to exercise, she couldn't hold anything anymore. Her mother's birthday, who lives in Nauen very close to Berlin, gave Jeanette the idea, to use the long way from Nuremberg as a training unit. To determine her current state of healing and performance, she asked Coach Trabi, whether he would take time for you, to hold an extra training session with her. Jeannette's friend Hauke ​​Bastert was also there. As an active player in the German national team, he used the opportunity to train himself as a trainer in professional discussions with the wide receiver coach of the women's national team.

“Jeanette asked me in Silberborn whether I would not have the time and inclination to go through a few things with her to get her fit again or. to improve. We always stayed in touch, be it by email or phone, so that I was always up to date, regarding the healing process of the shoulder. ”Coach Trabi.

The three used the beautiful Helmut Schleusener Stadium as a practice site (Berlin Spandau) by coach (Melzer) Trabi and the Spandau Bulldogs are at home.
On Friday the 28.05. one 18:00 Uhr began the training with a video analysis of the film material from Silberborn. The training program was created taking into account the current level of performance. Highly motivated, balls were caught under the eye of an infallible video camera, Agility exercises, Stance and Starts, Releases and routes trained. Coach Trabi took the time to explain or improve all the exercises, which were ultimately analyzed again in peace in the office.

In the end, the Spandau ladies came to the square after their video meeting. Obviously enthusiastic about the high attendance and the commitment of Jeanette, the Spandau women will now try even more, in order to maybe become part of the national team in the future. Happy to have quenched the football fever again after doing nothing for a long time, said goodbye to Jeanette and Hauke.

“Passion and diligence in training are two attributes that can distinguish very good players from good players. My respect for so much commitment ". Coach Trabi

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Coach Trabi’s Tips&Tricks: WR Moves

25.05.10

Autor: Robert Melzer | Kategorie: Blog, beam Tips & Tricks

Hello my Ladys,

after the “Stance and Start”, of course, the pass route follows. I gave you an excerpt from my playbook as a PDF file to look at or. Download attached. What you can see here are the most common routes as I run them with my wide receivers in Spandau, of course there are small adjustments here and there, but basically it should look something like this.

The pass routes can be seen against a cornerback that is a little lower, on the other hand against a closely standing defender who plays the so-called "press coverage".

The “single move” is a feint of the receiver into the opposite one, Planned running direction to deceive the defender. In press coverage, the defender will always try to interfere with the receiver with his hands on the LOS, which he does with the use of his hands (knock away) must prevent.

This deception can of course also be done with a “double move”, that means you only react in the direction in which you actually want to run, then take a step in the opposite direction and then finally come back to the planned direction. It all sounds very difficult, but practice makes perfect.

Until then you can practice the routes dry or against a defender who tries to defend you one on one.

In the next tips&Tricks we deal with the release techniques against a corner in press coverage.

Your coach Trabi

„Be Prepared“ „Be on Time” „Be Perfect“ but „Be Flexible“

Spandau Bulldogs Wide Receiver Route Adjustments

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Christiane Müller is there!

15.05.10

Autor: AGebek | Kategorie: General, Facts about the team, Inside the Team

Good news for them 33 year old from Dresden.

Sometimes one phone call can ruin all plans. Christiane Müller is now experiencing this too. When her phone rang recently, she didn't know anything about it yet. At the other end of the line was the AFVD competitive sports director for women Christiane Langkamm from Berlin with good news.

Christiane Müller was named for the American Football Women's World Cup 2010 nominated in Stockholm. The motto for the summer is now 2010: Stockholm instead of a lake, World championship instead of free time. However, Christiane Müller was not completely unexpected. As a wide receiver, she has been on the list of replacements for the 45 squad since the national team's camp in April. She now benefits from Sharon Klitsch's rejection, who cannot be there at the World Cup.

“Of course I was really happy, when Christiane called me. Especially since, as a mom, who had taken a baby break in the past season, I didn't expect any great chances (and I'm no longer very young either ;)) But now I'm allowed to go to Sweden! “The pharmacist from Dresden is happy. She has already booked the vacation spot for her son with her grandparents and the duty rosters at work are still being adjusted.

“Fortunately, the subsequent nomination did not come too soon. I do not know, like me in just 2-3 Days. But this way I can slowly tune into Sweden and be a little proud. World Championship ... if only in the 2. Start-up, but i'm there!“

In the national team, Christiane Müller will meet four team-mates from the Dresden Diamonds, who also made it into the women's national team. From 25. June the team will meet in Strausberg near Berlin, to prepare for the World Cup.

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Coach Trabi’s Tips&Tricks: WR Start

11.05.10

Autor: Robert Melzer | Kategorie: beam Tips & Tricks

WIDE RECEIVER STANCE & STARTS

Hello to all readers,

I hope you have taken the time and practiced the "WR Stance"?

Now we come to "Wide Receiver Start".

After we brought our stance in form and are ready to start, we need to know where to go at all.

There are different types of releases at the start, there would be the one of the classic straight ahead (Vertical-), directly ( Attack-), the inwardly (Seam-) and the outwardly (Burst Release).

Always the same Stance

Before starting you should you ever his shoulders parallel to the LOS set up so that no one can guess your running direction.

The first steps (First Steps)

The first step is to the back foot powerful and fast forward. The length of the step everyone can determine for themselves where my recommendation is a shorter step to find faster back ground. With the second, third and fourth steps which must also be set quickly it will expansive. A further point that must be noted is the posture. As with the stance of the body must be directed forward, a good example of the athletes are when they are started out of the blocks.

Vertical Release

Should you choose to use the "Vertical release" to run in your Pass route you should know, that her for a lot of speed needs. advantages: The defender must be at least. can build up as much speed so that it remains up to you to it, He do not know where you want to run and can imagine it only.

Attack Release

With this launch, you walk straight to the defender to going in which direction you are going to convey that he can not recognize your break him. advantages: As just mentioned, he can not see where you want to run or. whether you want to block it, He will open his hips too early and thus give you the opportunity to go in the other direction. disadvantage: Should you decide you too late for one direction and could therefore be too close in front of the defenders run up to her and so will your timing or. the route destroyed.

Seam und Burst Release

This is the inward (Seam) and around the outwardly (Burst) Start before your break in the direction of your current route goes to. advantages: The defender turns to early in the direction which you profess him right from the start. After he has opened, do you have with the break in your route more separation defender e.g.. Hitch (Burst Release) = DB opens outwards. Once he has turned you have your breakfast inside (for QB).

is the most important point of each time is a priority, that we always have to make the separation a defender and then the possibly. to catch next ball without disabilities. As was the Stance, Practice creates masters.

Your coach Trabi

„Be Prepared“ „Be on Time” „Be Perfect“ but „Be Flexible“

Coach Trabi’s Tips & Tricks are a number of general contributions to techniques in American football. These techniques do not always agree with the coached the national team techniques. All internationals address any questions, please contact your coordinator or position coach.

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Coach Trabi’s Tips&Tricks: WR Stance

14.04.10

Autor: Robert Melzer | Kategorie: General, beam Tips & Tricks

WIDE RECEIVER STANCE & STARTS

Wide receivers are the cornerstone of every offense in today's passing game, be it in the pro- or Semi Pro area.
Good basic knowledge (Fundamentals) This position not only makes the quarterback's job easier, rather, they can be decisive for success or defeat in a game.

The stance: The first question, which foot is in front?

  • Inside foot in front?
  • Outside foot in front?
  • Both types?
  • The WR decides itself?

The choice is up to every coach. He has to choose the variant, die z.B. fits his system for timing reasons. The coaches say this: “It should be sound”. And the chosen variant should be carried out consistently.

All WRs then always look the same when they are on the line of scrimmage. Thus, you do not give the defense the opportunity before the snap on possibly. set upcoming routes.

“Inside foot in front” is probably the most frequently used variant for wide receivers for various reasons.

  • When using steps (Timing Routes) instead of counting yards, to reach a certain breakpoint, is it important, always start with the same foot. On a hitch route has proven itself: 3 Long Steps; 2 kurze Steps; 2 Steps to the QB. If the WR started with the other foot, he would have to take four steps. This would make the pass route deeper and take longer.

To be able to start quickly and explosively, the feet of the receiver should be offset (Staggered Stance). The distance between the two feet should be about shoulder width and the feet should be hip width open.

  • Stand across the LOS with your feet shoulder-width apart (QB in the back).
  • Now turn with the upper body and the balls of the feet parallel to the LOS, your toes should now be facing the LOS.
  • Place your back foot slightly outward (hip wide).

Since the receiver now has the correct exposure of the feet, now we come to the elements to be able to start explosively.

  • Bend your shoulders, which are already aligned parallel to the LOS, slightly forward over your forefoot to have the "body lean" forward.
  • Slightly bend both knees, you will notice, that there is more weight on the front foot approx. 70-80% front -20-30% back

Everyone will know: Sometimes it is very loud or excited during a game. It often happens in these situations, that you forget the "Snap Count": Either you start too early (False Start = penalty) or you start too late (no more timing = no caught ball).

So that doesn't happen, turn your head towards the ball. If the ball is now caught you can see everything and start in time.

Before starting, raise your hands to chest height and build body tension.

Set …… Hut.

Nein, No, only next time I will explain the start of the wide receiver to you. Until then, practice nicely, preferably in front of a mirror and always for both sides. You won't always be on the left, right??

Your coach Trabi

„Be Prepared“ „Be on Time” „Be Perfect“ but „Be Flexible“

Coach Trabi’s Tips & Tricks are a number of general contributions to techniques in American football. These techniques do not always agree with the coached the national team techniques. All internationals address any questions, please contact your coordinator or position coach.

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