There are a lot of running back drills you need to be working on if you want to be a playmaker for your team. Running Backs need to be fast, strong, block, catch, and tough.
The main goal for you as a running back is to do everything you can to make defenders miss and keep your feet moving upon contact.
Of course, you need good blocking up front from your offensive lineman. But it’s your responsibility to hit the hole hard as a running back, hitting it fast, and keeping your feet MOVING.
Nowadays, running backs are asked to do it all. Coaches expect running backs to be fast, are able to catch, and block and protect your quarterback on pass downs.
I wanted to give you a variety of running back drills to work on so you know the skills needed to make an all-around back that coaches are looking for.
These RB drills can improve your technique as a running back and make you a more confident and improved running back.
Want to improve your speed and agility as a running back? Or maybe you need a running back training program? If so, you can read some of our latest posts on the “Drills For Running Backs In Football” and “Sprint Workouts to Increase Speed for Football“
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