Defensive Training Videos/DVD's | Offensive Training Videos/DVD's | Testimonials
Order Now | Contact | Home

Nevada's Top Team

Defense Wins Championships!


Bob Altshuler has been coaching football for 34 years. During the 2010-11 school year located to Dublin, Georgia to coach with Head Coach Roger Holmes at Dublin High School. Coach Holmes is now going into his 11th season at Dublin posting a 103-25-1 record in which he has taken his teams to two state championship final games -- winning a state championship in 2006 and setting all-time scoring records in the State of Georgia. Dublin provided Bob with a great experience of coaching and teaching in the south as well as learning about the culture. Prior to moving to Dublin, Bob was the Head Coach at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas for two years. During that time Bob turned the program into a nationally ranked powerhouse, winning the school's first state championship in 24 years and compiling a 26-2 record. Prior to Bishop Gorman, Bob coached football for 30 years at West Valley High School in Yakima, Washington as both an assistant and head coach. In each year as head coach Bob led the Rams into the state playoffs. His program at West Valley was highly respected and considered to be one of the premier squads in the state of Washington. Bob now resides in Yakima Washington.

Bob's overall varsity coaching record is 224-80, which includes 4 state championship finals games and 26 playoff appearances. Bob has been named Coach of the Year in both Washington and Nevada, coached the All-State Game in both Washington and Nevada, and has spoken at and put on clinics for coaching staffs around the country. In 2004, Bob was selected as the Washington State Representative to the NFL Youth Summit in Canton, Ohio. During his college career, Bob played linebacker at Eastern Washington University where they ran a pro 4-3 defense. He was a two-time all-conference player and team captain. Bob holds two B.A. degrees and a Masters Degree in Education.


Players read and react to offensive reads. Each player has his gap responsibility. Linemen keep the line from getting to the linebackers and in turn the linebackers make the majority of tackles. However, the 20 is still an attacking defense. The defense is designed to bend, not break! We will give up minus two yards to a gain of two yards on the first and second down, which gives the offense 6 to 14 yards to go on third down. The 20 defense is easily adapted to all of today's complex formations and plays, making it easy for players and coaches to be successful.

  • 8 Man Front
  • Save time as Head Coaches and Defensive Coordinators
  • Position Coaches learn what to coach to be successful
  • Players can view the videos with a position coach or on their own to get better
  • No questions on what fundamentals and techniques are to be learned
  • Save time coaching up new coaches year to year
  • Players that switch positions on defense can view the video without having to demand time from the position coach or coordinator
  • Players learn to coach younger players up
  • Give the video to the new transfer student to watch
  • Learn sound winning football techniques
  • Proven solid defensive football at all levels of play
  • Great reference material for your program (DEVELOP PROGRAM CONSISTANCY)
  • Why buy a book when you can see it work?
  • Why make a play book which most likely will end up on the locker room floor?
  • A highly successful systematic approach to defense
Everything is first chalked (grease board) and then shown on the field after each technique. This process is continued throughout the videos. Front 8 work is shown in slow motion when it goes to the field from the classroom and back. Each video is approximately 1 hour in length.

  1. Short game clips
  2. Coached up on the game and number techniques and how the defense works as a team (same on each video - 6 minutes)
  3. Stance and keys (reads)
  4. How to read and react (footwork)
  5. Sound fundamentals
  6. Reads by play recognition
  7. Communications
  8. Front 8 work versus plays you must be able to defend
    a. Short Trap
    b. Long Trap (Suba or Sucker Block)
    c. Power
    d. Strong side option
    e. Weak side option
    f. Isolation
    g. Counter
    h. Sweep


All contents on this site Copyright © 1998-2012 Bob Altshuler.
Unauthorized reproduction prohibited.