$20 gets you a Kicking Coach who has worked with NFL kickers

Renner Kicking Cover

Bill Renner has released an interactive book for the iPad and Mac titled Core Drills for Developing Football Kicking Skills.  He shares his years of expertise and boils it down to some simple drills and techniques to help a coach develop a kicker now, or for a kicker to develop on his own.  He provides a method for understanding ball flight and what it tells the kicker about his technique, as well as prescribing the adjustments to fix any issues.

Why should you get this interactive book?  Check out Renner’s credentials below.  He’s taken his sought-after-expertise and presented it in a simple to understand format. Get it here.

Bill Renner is recognized around the country for his expertise in kicking and punting.  Renner played two years in the NFL as a punter for the Green Bay Packers and has worked as a kicking consultant to run kicking camps or consult for John Mackovic,      Texas, Nick Saban, LSU and Michigan State, Lou Holtz, South Carolina, Frank Beamer,      Virginia  Tech, Al Groh, Virginia, Lou Tepper, Illinois, Lloyd Carr, Michigan, John      Harbaugh, Philadelphia Eagles, Greg McMahon, New Orleans Saints, Scott Cohen, New      York Jets.

Renner now coaches high school football in North Carolina.  His last two kickers at West Springfield have gone on to full-scholarships to NC State, Josh Czjakowski, and West Virginia, Tyler Bitancurt.  In addition, his former West Springfield punter started at Penn State for four years on scholarship and is currently punting for Green Bay Packers, Jeremy Kapinos.

Renner has coached or worked with 6 current NFL punters: Steve Weatherford, Jaguars; Sam Koch, Ravens; Kyle Larson, Bengals, Glenn Pakulak, Saints, Brett Kern, Broncos; Jeremy Kapinos, Packers.

Renner has put his kicking drills at your finger tips, and shares them in a very dynamic format.

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