Have you ever watched the detailed movement of a quarterback during a football game? He moves laterally when taking drops, sagittally when sprinting away from defenders, and does a mix of all 3 planes of motion when throwing the football. What allows quarterbacks efficient though? What are some of the weaknesses that quarterbacks have that they can fix pretty easily in order to have more success? We ALWAYS tell folks to start in the trunk/hip area and then work their way out. Check out today’s blog post to see why!
It’s truly amazing how fast a year goes by. Dusty and I started The QB Docs Podcast one year ago and we are now 104 episodes in. We have had 27,000 downloads across a span of 50 countries. It’s been amazing to see the response. We truly thank any of you that are reading this that listen to the podcast as well. We have been able to talk to many great guests that surround the football arena from physical therapists to college coaches. We even got to talk to some yoga experts and strength and conditioning experts. With that said, we want to recap the top 5 downloaded podcast episodes from this past year.
How much do you care about getting better? What types of sacrifice are you willing to make? For quarterbacks, there has to be a great sacrifice for a sustained period of time. That’s why there’s not many people that want to play the position. Not only do you need to physical attributes, but there comes a level of grit, perseverance, and mental toughness that is needed to have success. What are some things to aid in this process though? The life of a QB is a long road and sometimes a lonely road. Today, we want to give you 3 secrets in how you can increase your body and mind’s abilities performance to become the best QB you can be!