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Coach Stewart has coached football for 27 years, winning championships with 6th graders, 8th graders, high school freshman, and high school varsity. He coached 9 years at the youth and freshman level, always serving as head coach. After completing his college at age of 28 he has coached 16 years at the varsity level, the past 10 as the varsity head coach.
Coach Stewart has specialized in turning around losing programs. He broke a 19 ‐game losing streak at McFarland guiding them to the playoffs twice. Coach broke a 27‐game losing streak at Corcoran with an undefeated league Ɵtle. At Porterville they won the first playoff game in 100 years and played for back‐to‐ back secƟon championships.
Coach has installed his PISTOL WING T Offense at over 70 schools, 12 of whom won state Ɵtles. He has spoke at over 50 football clinics for NIKE and Glazier, as well as published numerous books and videos.
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If you want to learn how to turn your program from worst to first, listen to this interview with Coach Rick Stewart. This week’s podcast is an interview I had with Rick one morning at the AFCA convention back in January. Rick is an incredible coach and so much fun to listen to and learn
On this episode of the Coach and Coordinator podcast, Keith Grabowski is joined by All-Access Coaching creator coach Rick Stewart. Grabowski and Stewart discuss program turnaround, specifically going from worst to first. Coach Stewart has been a part of three program turnarounds in his coaching career and shares his experience. 01:20 Coach Stewart’s background in
SSX – Speed Strength Xposion. An Easy to Follow Strength & Conditioning Program for High School The challenges of high school weight training is trying to get alot of reps, hit all the muscle groups, and keep everyone moving on the 60-min high school bell schedule. Rick Stewart has taken over 4 losing programs and