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“Justin Penner – 2019 Iowa State Champion Ep. 172” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach Penner about his 2019 State Championship, how R4 has assisted in their offensive game planning, and some Inside Zone! You can follow Coach Penner on Twitter @coachpenner.

“Adam McElderry – G Lead & Wide Zone Ep. 171” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

On today’s episode of RTP we talk with Adam McElderry. Coach McElderry is the OL Coach at Valley HS in West Des Moines, IA. Listen as we talk with Coach McElderry about how he coaches the wide zone, their G Lead scheme, and how he develops his OL in the offseason. You...

“Weston Moody – Path to Becoming a Head Coach Ep. 170” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach Moody about his path to becoming a head coach, how he has used online resources like RTP Premium to develop as a coach, and our favorite topic: GAP SCHEMES. You can follow Coach Moody on Twitter @CoachWM.

“Marvin Nash – iCoach Podcast & Helping Players get Recruited Ep. 169” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach Nash about his path to coaching football, the iCoach Podcast that he administers, and his insight for coaching RBs and doing the most you can for your players in college football recruiting cycles. You can follow Coach Nash on Twitter @iCoachNash.

“Artie Allen – OC Chaffey College Ep. 168” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach Allen about his excellent football journey and how he has developed one of the most explosive offenses in the entire country. You can follow Coach Allen on Twitter @coachallen5.

“Dan Woolley – Transitioning from HC to OC Ep. 167” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach Woolley about his excellent football journey, how R4 has helped his offense, and his unique situation at Scott High School in moving from HC to OC. You can follow Coach Woolley on Twitter @TheCoachWoolley. You can also find his latest Single Wing Power Run Series videos here.

“Brandon Herring – The Similarities of Coaching O-Line Ep. 166” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach Herring about going from college to high school & middle school football, the importance of strength and conditioning and every level, and of course about coaching offensive line. You can follow Coach Herring on Twitter @BrandonHerring0.

Best of 2019

Best of 2019 Podcast, Premium & Summit

“Michael Mertz & Mitch Elbert – Coaching 9th Grade Ep. 165” Run the Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach Elbert and Coach Mertz about their football journeys, the importance of your lower level football experience, and how to best develop young players and win at the same time.

“Koby O’Hara – Coaching O-Line in Houston Texas Ep. 164” Run The Power : A Football Coach’s Podcast

Listen as we talk with Coach O’Hara about his fascinating story and coaching career calling, in addition to all things Offensive Line. You can follow Coach O’Hara on Twitter @CoachKobyOHara.

Meet Our Team

Rowdy Harper

Rowdy Harper

Offensive Line Coach & Run Game Coordinator Broken Arrow HS Oklahoma

4 year starter on the University of Houston’s Offensive Line, where I started at 4 different positions for 52 consecutive games. I am currently the Offensive Line coach at Broken Arrow High School in Oklahoma. I love everything Football, especially offensive line play, and gap scheme run game!
Brady Walz

Brady Walz

Wide Receiver Coach Ankeney HS Iowa

This will be my 15th year of coaching. I currently coach WR’s at Ankeny HS in Iowa. I have coached in college at Augustana University and the University of Tulsa, at large high schools in Oklahoma like Jenks HS and Broken Arrow HS, and at smaller schools in Colorado, Nebraska, and South Dakota. I have also coached JV and 9th grade football teams at several stops, all while coaching nearly every position on a football field. These experiences have happened because I love learning football, teaching football, and developing athletes and coaches for their own football lives and beyond.

What People Are Saying

Jason Mcendoo : Oklahoma State CowboyBack Coach

Mike Bloesch : Tulsa Offensive Line Coach

Kyle Segler : ULM Tight Ends & Special Teams Coordinator

iTunes Review : Coach Bartel

iTunes Review : Ol Ball Coach

iTunes Review : CoachPalmer

Dub Maddox : Co-Owner NFA

Brady’s knowledge of football, athletic training and development are the best I have been around. He has a unique ability to channel his expertise in different ways so that kids “get it”.
Brady is the consummate team player who is willing to serve wherever he can so that others may benefit.
I would highly recommend Brady as apart of any workplace that seeks to use his tremendous talents. You will not find a better person and coach.

RYAN MULLANEY : CEO TEAM ATTACK ACADEMY

Can you imagine saying this about anyone you know in any industry? Here goes. Brady Walz is the best complete football coach I’ve ever known. I am not one to embellish. I’ve played for Bud Grant, Buddy Ryan, Neil Armstrong, Marv Levy, Ray Malavasi, Tony Knap, Bill Mallory, Les Steckel, and Sark Arslanian. I’ve coached with many more over 28 years of football experience. I’ll say it again. Brady Walz is the best complete football coach I’ve ever met (let alone worked with).

Jim Thornton : President Results Unlimited INC.

Brady is one of the best and brightest coaches in the country. He has a keen eye for talent and understands the nuances of line play. As a tight end coach he has exceptional awareness of the details and the communication skills to teach not only the “what” but more importantly, the “why”. The bottom line, he maximizes players abilities by packaging his knowledge and delivering in the appropriate manner.

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