1. Private Kicking, Punting, Long Snapping Lessons

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Private Lessons

Private kicking, punting, or long snapping lessons give each athlete much more personal instruction than at a normal camp. Each private lesson will have focused drill work, multiple filming sessions and filming angles to track technical progress. Each lesson will include extensive use of in-depth film breakdown and position specific training recommendations. Parents are encouraged to sit in and take notes during the classroom portion of each lesson.

Private lessons are available at locations posted on the website and all year by appointment in Iowa, Wisconsin, Ohio, Illinois, Florida, California, Texas, and Louisiana. Private Lessons may be 1-on-1 for the 4 hours or have a ratio as big as 3-to-1. With the bigger private lessons Kohl's will have staff members present to assist. These sessions will cover the following topics:

  • Athletic Goals
  • Personal Training Program
  • In-Depth Personal Film Breakdown
  • Suggested Modifications
  • Drills to Promote Improvement
  • Mental Focus Techniques

NOTE: Private lessons offer the most detailed coaching provided by Kohl's in a four hour period. A 1 or 2 day training camp will offer similar coaching with charting and competitions. We will not chart or rank anyone during a private lesson. The focus is on technical training and self-improvement.



Upcoming Events

DateMajor CityStateEvent 
DateMajor CityStateEvent 
Jul 06Panama City BeachFLPanama City Beach, FL- Private Lesson
Jul 13AuburnALAuburn, AL - Private Lesson
Jul 14MontgomeryALMontgomery, AL - Long Snapping Private Lesson
Jul 26AuburnALAuburn, AL - Private Lesson
Jul 28MontgomeryALMontgomery, AL - Long Snapping Private Lesson

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