Learn to Kick and Punt from the NFL’s most respected kicking coach – Steve Hoffman

Hoff-Workout-imageFREE GIFT!  Coach Hoffman’s Exclusive 12 Week Workout Plan for Kickers and Punters

Don’t waste your valuable conditioning time doing the wrong drills.  These kicker and punter-specific drills will make your stronger and more flexible.  Increase your distance and hang time.

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SAMPLE COACH HOFFMAN’S KICKING VIDEO

* Special drills to increase accuracy on your field goals
* Weight training and drills to increase kickoff distance
* Proven workout to power up your leg strength
* Learn to kick under pressure

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SAMPLE COACH HOFFMAN’S PUNTING VIDEO

* Punt under pressure
* Spiral your punts
* Increase hang time
* Perfect the drop
* Pooch kick

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“In college I only attempted 14 field goals, total.
My rookie season in Dallas with Coach Hoffman
I was 34 of 37 and named to the NFL All Pro team.
He works miracles with accuracy.”

– Richie Cunningham, NFL All Pro

 

“I first met Steve when I was at Univ of Miami.
He taught me the basics of punting which I’ve
turned into a successful 20 year NFL career. There’s nobody better.”

– Jeff Feagles, All Pro Punter

 

 


“Steve Hoffman has been able to develop kickers
and punters
with tremendous results.”
– John Madden, Sportscaster


 

 

5 thoughts on “Learn to Kick and Punt from the NFL’s most respected kicking coach – Steve Hoffman

  • December 17, 2009 at 2:47 pm
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    How effective will these instructional dvd’s be working with middle school kids?

  • February 16, 2010 at 9:12 pm
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    I have a Hoffman kicking dvd with Rich Cunningham. Is this a new dvd, because I don’t remember talking about avoiding slumps, and onside kicks. I need one that talks about pressure etc! If you have this I will buy it. Thanks Pete

  • April 23, 2010 at 11:24 am
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    Yes, Coach Hoffman gets into the “head game” as he calls it. Good luck!

  • April 23, 2010 at 11:25 am
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    I’d say a kid needs to be able to follow very specific instructions and stick to the drills very carefully. That changes from child to child but from what we’ve seen the child average for starting on these kinds of drilling and exercises is about 12.

  • July 28, 2012 at 2:26 pm
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    I followed the instructions it gave and now i can kick 20 yard punt ( By the way, I’m twelve.) With 2 weeks practice and training . Thanks !!!! Now i can ma my football team.

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