- Learn crucial areas of focus that will educate, improve and expand the play of quarterbacks at all levels, including mental makeup, proper grip and mechanics, decision making and preparation
- Improve efficiency and accuracy by developing footwork, pocket presence and overall mechanics until they're second nature
- Learn ways to implement these methods into all aspects of preparation and play
with Dave Warner,
Michigan State University Quarterbacks Coach, 2010 Big Ten Co-Champions
Coach Warner uses practice and game film to teach fundamentals and to show his techniques in action, making it apparent how they transfer from the practice field to real game situations.
Under Warner's tutelage, Michigan State has recently boasted the no. 1 ranking in passing efficiency in the Big Ten Conference, along with the no. 2 ranking in overall passing attack. Through his on-field drills, coaches will learn ways to:Develop characteristics such as leadership, toughness, poise, and confidence, which are essential to strong quarterback playTeach proper grip and throwing mechanicsUse a series of how-tos to improve decision making skills, both pre-snap and during play
EFFICIENCY AND ACCURACY
Using an array of distractions that simulate the fast pace of real game action, Warner demonstrates drills that work not just a quarterback's body, but also his mind. Making playing under pressure no sweat. Drills focus on:
- Developing footwork
- Escaping the pocket
- Handling pocket pressure
- Developing upper and lower body mechanics
To have a successful offense, you must have a successful and efficient quarterback. Whether practice or game, pre-snap or in-play, on-field or off, Coach Warner's tips and techniques develop the physical and mental skills vital for quarterbacks of all skill levels to thrive.
64 minutes. 2011.Football Videos