Game Day Skinz Announces Third QB and Defensive Development Camp

Thanks to the success of previous camps, Game Day Skinz is hosting a third QB and Defensive Camp this May. Attendees will benefit from world-class American Football coaching expertise given by US coaches Darin Slack and Greg Vandagriff.

Taking place over Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 May 2017 at the London Post Office Sports and Social Association, this two day camp is a must-attend event for anyone wanting to develop and improve their skills as a QB, Linebacker or Defensive Back.

Over the two days QBs, WRs, LBs and DBs will be put through their paces with a variety of sessions both on and off the field. Classroom sessions include chalkboard sessions on coverage concepts, Q&A sessions, video analysis, and play mechanics, and field sessions provide the opportunity to put all of this into practice through a variety of drills, play installs and 7-on-7 mini games.

Coach Slack will also be coaching the F4 system; the next game-changing resource from the NFA. Working with the C4 and R4 concepts the F4 develops a training routine with proper alignment and stability that helps any QB learn invaluable techniques to sustain explosive movement and throwing power from any place or posture on the field.

Tickets for the camp are just £103 for Quarterbacks/Receivers and £68 for defensive players for the two days. Coach observation spots are also available at £37.50.

More information on the camp and coaches Slack and Vandagriff, including an itinerary for the weekend, can be found on the Game Day Skinz website and we at DC will also be sharing more info about this exciting opportunity over the next week, including Q&A with the star coaches themselves!

Tickets are available through Eventbrite at https://slackvandagriffcamp.eventbrite.co.uk.

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