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Targeting & Other Personal Fouls(book) and Targeting: See It. Call It. - USB Video Guide
In order to make Football as safe as possible, increased emphasis on calling Targeting has emerged over the last few years. Targeting, however, is not a simple call to make. Many factors come into play when you and your crew are tasked with anticipating, seeing, judging and calling these aggressive illegal hits.
This package is the most comprehensive examination of the rules, the mechanics and the judgement necessary for officials to not only comply with the mandate but do so accurately and consistently game after game.
Targeting & Other Personal Fouls (book) looks deep into the rules and their intention and the rationale behind them. It goes to great lengths explaining and simplifying the different factors you must watch for in order to judge Targeting correctly. The book also looks at other difficult personal foul situations so you're ready and able to keep control of games and maintain the safely of all participants.
Targeting: See It. Call It. Video Guide In High School football you often don’t have the luxury of instant reply to review targeting calls. That’s why you need to use video now so you’ll be able to anticipate and recognize targeting when it happens in your next game. This "video guide" uses enhanced high school game video to deliver a quick and effective focused clinic. In a half hour, you'll be more competent and confident calling targeting. Targeting See It. Call It. comes on a USB Drive so you can use it on any computer.
NOTE: This package contains one printed book and one USB video guide only.
Targeting & Other Personal Fouls
CRACK! Helmet to helmet. Even if you don't see it, you'd know it by the sound alone. Targeting.
Survey after survey indicate that parents, fearful of the dangers of the game, are not allowing their children to play full-contact football. Could the well run dry? Will we run out of players someday?
Time will tell. But for the here and now, one way to make the game more appealing is to rid it of excessively violent contact. These days that’s a euphemism for targeting.
We need to walk away from the notion that targeting and other illegal hits are just “good old fashioned, hardnosed football plays” and are actually a potential death knell for our great game.
To make a difference, you need to understand targeting, learn to anticipate it, see it as often as possible and call it every time. Officials are leading the charge to make the game safer.
LET'S GET TO IT.