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April 2008

April 2008


Quarterback Development (off-season)

© April 2008

Many kids want to be the quarterback when they begin playing the game of football. However, few realize how much time, effort, and pressure come with the position. In today’s game, it is essential to establish an off-season “training” program for an incoming or returning quarterback. There are three areas that we focus on during the off-season. They are: mental preparation, mechanics, and recognition.

The mental preparation is one of the most important aspects of the off-season. This helps get their minds focused and ready for both football and their everyday life. The quarterbacks are first brought into the classroom to go over expectations and responsibilities that are associated with the position. We firmly believe that they must know their roles/responsibilities and what is expected of them in order for them to be as ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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