Who is Coach Stewart?

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. He has coached high school football, basketball, and baseball for 17 years, 11 as the varsity head coach.

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I firmly believe that running a top flight football program starts first and foremost with the organizational management of the Head Coach. He must be a very organized person who can maintain control over a multi faceted program that involves everything from parent meetings to equipment ordering to scouting to setting up a banquet. The WORST TO FIRST BLUEPRINT has everything a head coach needs to run a CHAMPIONSHIP program.
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The demands and challenges of a head coach or an aspiring head coach today is so different from what it was before. Worst to First is a blueprint to your next championship program. Learn them with Coach Rick Stewart.

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1. Worst to First: Develop Your Philosophy, Vision, and 5 Year Plan

Develop Your Philosophy, Vision, and 5-year Plan  (4pm EST)

2. Worst to First: Establish Accountability & Expectations

Took 0-24, 1-19, 0-27, and 5-32 schools to playoffs in year 2 One school had never won a playoff game in 110 years Stewart took this blueprint to Pennslyvania and is 22-3 over two year span Stewart walks you through his goal setting exercises that he uses with his team. See both his PERFORMANCE PYRAMID and his COMPETITION PYRAMIDS He shares his POLICIES, GOALS, EXPECTATIONS, and DISCIPLINE policies.

3. Worst to First: Motivation Team Building

90 MINUTES STUFF YOU CAN IMMEDIATELY USE WITH YOUR PLAYERS TOMORROW What are The THREE Phases of Player Buy-In This course will take you through the STEPS of getting Your Players (and coaches) to set goals “A GOAL WITH A PLAN IS JUST A DREAM” The WEIGHT ROOM is the most POWERFUL Team Builder you have Get All Your Coaches Using “POSITIVE TALK” in practice

4. Worst to First: Leadership Training

Learn the actual curriculum Took an 0-24 and 0-27 programs to playoffs in California Won the first playoff game in 110-years at a 3rd school…playing for back-2-back section titles Took the blueprint to Pennsylvania and has a 22-3 record

5. Worst to First: Teaching Character

Teaching Character in High School Football. Marc Salazar outlines how he teaches a character lesson every day in his program.

6. Worst to First: An Academic Gameplan

2-HOUR COURSE

How To Build a Year-Round Academic Game Plan

7. Worst to First: Stregth & Conditioning

2-HOUR COURSE

Coach Stewart has turned around 4 losing programs and taken them to playoffs.  The common element to every turnaround was his Year-Round Strength & Conditioning Program.

8. Worst to First: Building a Coaching Staff

This webinar is scheduled for Tuesday Sept. 8th: Building a Coaching Staff (8pm EST)

9. Worst to First: Getting Admin & Faculty on Board

Find out why it is important to ask to meet with principal & AD in December. You may talk to your AD every week, but it is imperative that you schedule formal meetings in Jan, May, & Aug
How is your relationship with Cheerleaders and Band?

Find proven ideas to win over the teachers and get them to support the program

10. Worst to First: Parents Boosters Alumni, & Youth

2-hour course
PARENTS

BOOSTERS

ALUMNI

YOUTH

11.Worst to First: Fundraising & Finances

This webinar is scheduled for Sunday Sept. 12th: Fundraising & Finances  (4pm EST)

12. Worst to First: Year Round Planning & Organization

This webinar is scheduled for Sunday Sept. 12th: Fundraising & Finances  (4pm EST)

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“I bought the whole set of 4-2-5 Gang Green DVD’s and it was one of the best one’s I have ever seen. Great presentation and the DVDs were very easy to follow. Rick also responded to my email when I had a question. Definitely worth the money spent!” –Scott Mathenia, Dumbarton School, Baltimore Maryland

Who is Coach Stewart?

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.  He has coached high school football, basketball, and baseball for 17 years, 11 as the varsity head coach.

Coach Stewart has specialized in turning around losing programs.  As a first year varsity assistant at McFarland, he helped them break a 19 game losing streak going 8-2 and making the playoffs for the 4th time in 75 year history of the school.  He left McFarland to coach closer to home before returning to McFarland three years later as head coach in 2003.  McFarland went 1-19 during his absence, but he got them back into the playoffs in his 2nd year as the head coach.  McFarland had no weight room, 3 coaching stipends, 600 students in the school, and every student was in the free lunch program.

Coach moved on to Corcoran, with 900 students and a football weight training class.  They were on a 27-game losing streak prior to his arrival but were undefeated league champions in Year 2.

The pinnacle of his career was Porterville, a D-3 school with 2,000 students in a rural, agricultural setting.  They had never won a playoff game in 100 years and had only won 8 games in the 5 years before his arrival.  He started a 501(c) booster club from scratch, formed 3 youth feeder teams by fundraising $25,000, and completely re-built the dilapidated weight room with $40,000.

After going 2-8 in his first year (losing a game in OT and another by 4 points), Porterville won 38 games in four years, won 6 playoff games, a league championship, and played for back-to-back section championships (CA had no state championship).

During his 10 year career, Stewart has re-built all of these schools despite NEVER COACHING A SCHOLARSHIP PLAYER !!!  Also, he has only lost 2 players to grades in his entire career as his Academic Gameplan is a solid, year-round program.  But Stewart’s strength is Team Building…at all 4 levels: Players, Coaches, Campus, & Community.

I firmly believe that running a top flight football program starts first and foremost with the organizational management of the Head Coach. He must be a very organized person who can maintain control over a multi faceted program that involves everything from parent meetings to equipment ordering to scouting to setting up a banquet. The WORST TO FIRST BLUEPRINT has everything a head coach needs to run a CHAMPIONSHIP program.

- Coach Stewart

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Do you have a plan for all of these areas?

What is in the manual?

How to write your Mission & Vision statements.Stewart explains his 3 LEVELS of TRUST

Develop Program Goals.See his 52-week OUTLINE FOR SUCCESS.

Stewart explains his 3-year plan:

  1. Attitude – Understanding the Plan
  2. Commitment – Living the Plan
  3. Accountability – Accepting the Plan
  4. Dependability – Doing the Plan
  5. Enthusiasm – Enjoying the Plan
  • Four Traits That Lead to Success – Character. Commitment. Pride & Humility. Mental Toughness.
  • Student Tree Program
  • Team Building – the difference between a mediocre and championship season.
    • Players, Coaches, & Parent team building
  • Leadership Development – leadership pyramid & sample curriculum
  • Character Building – annually outline & sample curriculum.
  • Goal Setting
  • Team Appreciation – Weight Room, Bar-B-Que, Team Meals, Player of Week, Senior Candle Legacy
  • Individual Player evaluations
  • Multiple Sport Athlete
Coaches must be trainers, not jockeys. Anyone can ride a good horse. We must be able to take the average horse and make him better. Very few of high school programs are blessed with kids who are naturals and we will not whine about how poor our talent is. Kids give exactly what is expected of them, nothing more and nothing less.
  • The role of the coach
  • Five aspects of coaching
  • Building a staff
  • Expectations & responsibilities
    • In Season, Post Season, Off Season, Spring Program, Summer Program
  • The new coach
  • Professional development
  • Post season evaluation

Racehorse Practice Philosophy.
How to Decide on What Offense to run.
How to Decide on What Defense to run.
Ignore Special Teams.
Game Day.

It’s important to go about your offseason strength and conditioning program in a scientific, methodical way to gain the best results. You cannot just open the weight room door and expect the kids to get bigger, stronger and faster without giving them the tools to do so

Find out how Stewart only lost one player to grades in 5 years (220 players in program)
Adopt A Teacher, VIP of the Week, Band & Cheerleaders

Booster Club – An absolute must…but don’t make it your lynch mob.
How to Deal with both kinds of Parents – supportive & critical.
Program Volunteers – filmers, stats, drivers, managers.

“be proud of who you are & proud of where you come from”

Stewart coached 8 years of youth football, served as local president for 4 years, and formed to programs from scratch…raising $35,000 and drafting two separate 501 (c) IRS non-profits.

Stewart raised $40,000 per year at a school that was 100% free lunch.

Tons of xeroxable handouts.
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