July 19

BUY or NOT: Is Glazier Drive Worth It?

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Learning football is a serious task.

And the internet does not fall short of the task.

But sometimes, the desire to learn can be quenched not by knowledge, but by too many options.

And after COVID pulled the Mutombo on live clinics for football coaches, one of the leading clinics had to figure something out.

And they went online like we all did.

So, Glazier Clinics released Glazier Drive.

And with all the information out there about football, you have to do your due diligence when seeking the secrets of football.

So today, I am going to be asking the question, “Is Glazier Drive Worth It?” so you don’t have to.

Glazier Drive – Is it Worth It?

First, let me tell you what it is.

It’s not just a file drive full of a bunch of filmed clinics.

Instead, it’s like a library of systems.

The Drive boasts 25 systems with more to come, Q & A series with the system creators, online forums, and live events all the time.

It is basically an online paradise of football knowledge.

But it isn’t perfect.

But it also has some really cool features.

So, how about a cons and pros list, shall we?

Cons

1. Poor Design

I’m going to be honest with you.

Sometimes I have no idea where things are.

And everything feels cluttered.

Like “Forums” and “Groups,” what’s the difference?

There are advertisements just splattered across the top.

And you are overwhelmed with all 25 courses all at once underneath.

In other words, the Drive is hard to navigate.

2. Overplayed Introduction

If you remember the last “Is it Worth It?” you will remember this con.

And you might think I’m being picky, but the introductions are unnecessary.

You might not be affected by this at all.

But every video gives you the Glazier introduction.

And listen, I get the whole marketing thing.

But when I’m in my flow learning, the introduction kills that flow.

Let me get in and learn.

3. Too Many Emails

You might think I’m the last one who should be talking about too many emails.

I send an email to my list everyday.

But if you think I send too many emails, then you obviously are not a member of Glazier Drive.

I’m talking 2 or 3 emails every single day.

It’s a little overwhelming.

And I kind of feel like a hypocrite.

But I’m a member!

I already bought the Drive.

Enough with the emails.

Pros

1. A Lot of Products For Your Money

You get a lot of stuff.

And these aren’t just grainy filmed clinics from the back of a hotel conference room.

These are from coaches with incredible detail.

It’s like a real course.

You could really become an expert by going through these.

And there are 25 of them.

2. Offers Clinic Schedule

So not only do you get to go through a system by a great coach, but Glazier has those same coaches give live presentations.

You can register for your system’s coach and you get to ask him questions.

The value in that is unbelievable.

3. Unbeatable Price

I mean it’s $6.95/month for an individual and only $19.95/month for a staff.

You just cannot beat that.

You can master a system for just $6.95 a month.

If you want to start learning football, then this is a brilliant move.

Starting here will ensure that you are giving yourself a great foundation.

So what do I rate Glazier Drive?

D-I? Varsity? Junior Varsity?

It’s an easy D-I.

This is a great purchase for any coach in love with the game of football.

And once you start learning to love football, you’ll be on your way to Master the Spread, Score Points, and Have Fun.


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