AFM RSS Feed Follow Us on Twitter       
AMERICAN FOOTBALL MONTHLY THE #1 RESOURCE FOR FOOTBALL COACHES
ABOUT |  CONTACT |  ADVERTISE |  HELP  



   User Name    Password 
      Password Help





Article Categories


Vol VII 2015

Vol VII 2015


Quarterback Pulley Drills with Surgical Tubing

© Vol VII 2015

By Bill Mountjoy, Retired Coach After stretching exercises, have your quarterbacks execute the pulley drills. There are high pulls, medium pulls, and low pulls. There should be 15 repetitions at each level and the number of reps should be increased by five pulls each week. Here is the complete execution of the drill: Place the throwing hand in a loop with the hand open and the palm turned in, simulating a grip on the football. Drape the other end of tubing over your throwing shoulder. Put the non-throwing hand behind your back, reaching as high as you can and then pull firm on the tubing, taking out the slack. Point your elbow (for low pulls) straight forward, bringing your throwing hand down close to your shoulder. Apply tension to tubing with hand behind back. ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
Subscribe today!
Subscriber Login
   User Name    Password 
Password Help
NOT A SUBSCRIBER?
Subscribe now to start receiving our monthly magazine PLUS get INSTANT unlimited access to over 4000 pages of 100 percent football coaching information, ONLY available at AmericanFootballMonthly.com!

**SUBSCRIBERS ONLY**
NEED PASSWORD HELP
Subscribe online or call 800-537-4271 and get your password today!






AFM Videos Streaming Memberships Now Available















NEW! Get the Manual




HOME
MAGAZINE
SUBSCRIBE ONLINE COLUMNISTS COACHING VIDEOS BUYERS GUIDE


Copyright 2017, AmericanFootballMonthly.com
All Rights Reserved