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Teaching Your Quarterback To Pass From The “Form-Throw” Position

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© June, 2006

by Mike Mizer
Quarterbacks Coach, Columbia Central High School, Columbia, Tenn.

BEING A CREATURE of habit isn’t always a bad thing. In fact, when you play quarterback in our program, habit is required.

Good habits are just that  — good — and you do not want players to break them once they’ve learned them. 

We teach all QBs to get themselves into “form-throw” position immediately prior to releasing the football. We teach this position from the first day a player begins playing the QB position for us.

The form-throw position allows the QB to best utilize his entire body to enhance his power as a passer. The coaching points and progressions are outlined as follows:

    Throwing the football is a total body movement.

The number one thing QBs must understand in order to be successful is that throwing ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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