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Football Assignment Position Tackle O-Line Offense Stance and Starts In order to become a successful player at your position on a football team you have to master all the proper techniques to allow you to achieve maximum power balance and performance The most important area that will determine all these factors is in your stance and start That is where the wheel begins to turn and if it turns the wrong way it is really hard to correct it The exceptionally good athletes have the ability to correct these mistakes before they happen but as for the rest of us we cant allow these mistakes to occur Thus proper stance and start is the primary area of concern for developing the proper techniques for your position For the offensive tackle position the stance and starts will vary depending on your body weight and height Performing the proper stance and start for your body should give you an advantage over others who have not developed this proper technique Thus you must perform it correctly in order to attain this advantage that the stance and start should give you You should be able to launch your body and maintain the advantage that your start has given you It is not possible to compete at any level with any competence unless you follow the following techniques The stance requirements will vary for players of different body structures and size The basic approach for all offensive tackles should be as follows 1 Take a standing approach to the LOS with your feet shoulder width apart thus if a string was to be hung at the tip of your shoulder and a weight was attached to it the weight should be rubbing just along the outside of your shoe This allows for proper balance and will ensure quick movement of your feet both forward and laterally 2 Your left heel should be parallel with the toe of your right foot
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