It’s Friday of another challenging week, so we set out to find some positive vibes and inspiration on our Twitter feed.
One way in which coaches are connecting with players over social media is through coaching advice on skill development. Here’s a good example of that.
Indiana Wesleyan University offensive line coach provides 20 tips for linemen who are looking to improve during the break in play.
— Brett Ekkens (@Coach_Ekkens) March 31, 2020
We’ve seen various strength coaches posting at-home workouts, and here’s a good example of one from the founder of the Blessed to Announce Project.
Strength and conditioning
Replace jogging, mile runs, and sets of extremely high rep exercises with…
-Single Leg Exercises
-Resistance (backpacks, bands, FIND A WAY)
You can still get faster, stronger, and more explosive without a weight room! #BTAP
— Andrew (@BTAnnounce) March 31, 2020
One of the biggest challenges for coaches during this quarantine period is maintaining a connection with players. Here’s a great idea that the Davenport North (Iowa) football staff tweeted out on Monday.
Maintaining a connection
🚨North Football Players🚨
This is your Monday morning check in! Reply to this tweet with the best GIF that describes your current situation and how you are feeling.
— Davenport North Football (@DNorthFootball) March 30, 2020
Well, it’s Friday afternoon, so let’s take a chance to laugh. Like we said, it’s been a long week.
When coach gets a little too excited 😂
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) March 31, 2020
And finally, this seems like a self-serving addition, but we promise, this is for your benefit! Take a minute to follow us on Twitter and RT this one for a chance to win a DJI Tello drone.
— We will grant one entry for each RT.
— Must also be a follower of @fnfcoaches so follow now if you're still holding out!
— FNF Coaches (@fnfcoaches) April 3, 2020