A successful session starts with understanding the desired outcome of the athlete. If there is a specific deficiency, weakness or challenge the athlete is currently struggling with we will evealuate it, address it in specific drills, and put intense focus on it as the sessions should be tailored to the desired needs and outcomes of the client. The facility will be set up with cones, hurdles, bands, bags and the very best QB training net in order to maximize time efficiency and several footballs will be available. Every QB session will address these important aspects of the quarterback position so as to develop a mechanically sound Quarterback: Footwork, Arm Strengthening, Quick release, Play Action, Spiral, Throwing On-The-Run, Off-platform throws, Timing, Accuracy. A dynamic warm-up will always include addressing the grip and release for the spiral. Large emphasis will be placed on hip and torso flexibility and rotation as this is absolutely necessary for Quarterbacks. A typical session will begin with quick release drills designed to increase acceleration of the arm and torso. This will evolve into drop back with detailed instruction on weight distribution, length of stride, quickness, weight transfer, ball carriage and shoulder angles (open or closed). The Dropback phase begins with a progression of” Pop hips and throw”, to a 3 Step drop with no hitch, 3 step +hitch, 3 step+2 hitches on both sides. After that progression, we will move into Play Action and Sprint out drills (throwing on the run). Feedback and coaching will be given after every rep. Development in sports is directly correlated to maximizing the amount of quality or prefect reps, and not quantity of reps. When we start throwing routes towards the end of the session we will throw every route with huge emphasis on deep outs and comebacks as these are routes that young Quarterbacks typically struggle with yet are staples in every offensive system. We will always throw routes and develop skills necessary to play at the next level. Emphasis will be placed on timing, ball placement, velocity of the ball. The athlete will start learning and developing a mechanical and mental framework from the moment they step onto the field and will know more when they step off. They will develop good habits that are required to be successful during the season, play at the next level, and will eliminate unwanted mechanical habits that hinder or stunt growth.