TRAINING & WHAT TO EXPECT DOWN ON THE FARM

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What Type of Results are You Wanting?

After 15 years of training quarterbacks we've learned an unquestionable fact. Nothing compares to 1 on 1  training for the greatest results.  Unlike many other training groups, the QB Farm offers no waiting in line for your son's next turn to throw, and he receives 100% of Coach Gregory's detailed attention. The QB training industry is growing on a daily basis and can be difficult to research and fully understand which coach knows how to actually teach and not just duplicating another coach's drills.  Some coaches were good players during their playing days, but this doesn't always translate into being a good teacher or instructor.   

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There Are Two Types of Quarterback Coaches

There are two types of QB Coaches.  The first type of coach spends, weeks and years molding his students into "razor-sharp" QBs.  His marketing is then generated strictly by his students' success.  


The second type spends his time and efforts towards meeting the "razor-sharp" QBs to invite them to their National camps and training events. Its so much easier to spend a few hours at a camp each year with a gifted/polished QB and claim success when the already polished student reaches a high level of success.  Parents and successful quarterbacks are starting to figure this out.

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We believe all QB training coaches/camps have something to offer young QBs looking to improve their skills.  Its just a simple fact that certain training programs are much better than others when it comes to passing and footwork mechanics.  "Read-reaction" development is also another skill that is not taught correctly, if at all, by the over-marketed camps around the country.  Don't be blinded  by the "invite-only" email marketing or the cool looking camp shirt/short and music/videos your son may be attracted to.  It should be simply about how much better will my son be after attending his training. National travel camps are big business and don't have your son's overall development in mind.

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What To Expect on the Farm

A few of the reasons our students experience a high probability of success, is what we teach,  how we teach it, and the sequencing of our mechanics.  One of our marketing tag-lines over the years has been "Abilty Feeds Confidence", and that statement is absolutely true in more ways than one.  If a quarterback's base is solidly built early at the beginning of his training, the faster his confidence will grow. CONFIDENCE, is the "juice" all parents want for their sons!

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Looking For the "Juice"

Building confidence requires 1 on 1 coaching attention. There is no way around this fact.   QB showcases, camps and competitions will do very little for your son. Yes these events can be fun and exciting for younger QBs with the autographs, and cool marketing but little else. They are an absolute waste of time and money if you have high expectations for big results.  On the flip side of that, College Camps (held in the Summer), are much different and should be a attended for all HS quarterbacks wanting to play in College. 

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Long Term QB Training - Proven Success

As you click throughout this website and view the "QBF Success" page.  Please view each of the successful QBF students who committed to the QBF methods and trained through multiple session packages which required many months and/or years with Coach Gregory.  The Difference between the QB Farm and other QB training groups is simple, we build our success from scratch.