December 9th, 2009

From a four-point stance, you are able to go either left or right with equal effort because you are in a balanced, parallel stance. When the ball is snapped, you are going to step in the same direction as the offensive lineman in front of you. It’s important not to over step so make your aiming point for your first step short. For instance, when you step with your left foot, you will put your left foot in the exact place where your left was.

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