ABOUT THE QB DOCS
The QB Docs use their knowledge as a physical therapists, strength and conditioning coaches, and private QB coaches to bridge the huge gap that exists between these three disciplines.
THE STORY OF HOW THE QB DOCS GOT STARTED
As players, The QB Docs realized that their success was not being maximized for the amount of time that they were putting in to be great at the position. With all the hours that were being put in, injuries, inaccurate throws, and a lack of efficiency at the position still existed.
During their time while playing at the Division 1 level, they were also studying to get Bachelor’s degrees in Nutrition and Dietetics. After graduating with honors from Illinois State University and the University of Indiana respectively, they then set their sights on becoming Doctors of Physical Therapy.
While they were earning their education, The QB Docs also found time to train quarterbacks individually in their spare time. During this time period, The QB Docs realized that a lot of the quarterbacks they were working with presented with a lot of the same dysfunctions. Through trial and error, as well as extreme attention to detail, they started connecting what they were learning in physical therapy school with the training they were doing with their quarterbacks. This greatly decreased the risk of injury for their quarterbacks, but also raised their level of performance. Many of the players that they were working with have gone on to play at the university level from Division 1 to NAIA.
The way that The QB Docs train quarterbacks is something that is impossible to replicate. With their experience playing/coaching the position, the knowledge of the biomechanics/anatomy that was acquired while becoming Doctors of Physical Therapy, diving into the programming aspect as strength and conditioning specialists, and using the information that was learned in Nutrition and Dietetics, their program stands alone at the top. They believe that they are changing the way that the position is trained.