I have trained players on the field but their growth is limited to the regularity of those sessions. Building an online program has offered them a platform to get more work done because of the constant availability of their Training Program. And the use of our interactive coaching portal gives them access like I live right next door.
"Playing Quarterback is one of the most difficult positions in all of sport".
The variables, intangibles and the spotlight can add to the pros and cons of being the pivot on your team and often determine the outcoming of each game.
QBMAD has been built as a comprehensive program that develops:
your throwing mechanics,
builds your arm so that it is healthy and strong
teaches you the Football IQ to compete as you move through the various levels of play.
A lot of QBs can throw a football but coaches want Passers, someone that can read and attack a defense, distribute the football to the other playmakers accurately and on time and if everything breaks down they have enough athletism to extend the play.
Assess Your Mechanics
QBMAD was developed to help quarterbacks realize the potential of their arm talent. With a focus on a quicker release that doesn't sacrifice power or accuracy, the biomechanics you will learn with make you a more efficient passer in today's style of offense.
These techniques will be explained to you so that you will become self-corrective of any inaccuracies.
We all want to maximize our arm talent and to do so. we need to train the Mobility, Flexibility and Strength of the muscles that effect our arm pattern.
Often overhead athletes are not offered a program that focuses on their primary movements to protect them from injury or enhance their performance.
Building Your Arm
Expanding Your Football IQ
Lets be honest, the guys we watch on television can all throw the football but what gets them on the field is the level of trust that everyone in the organization has in them. To gain that trust, each one of them has;
an ability to lead others
can attack defensive structures
and are Field Generals - understanding the impact of Down and Distance, the clock, etc.
These are the variables that allow us to compete and can be learned before you audition for the starting job.