THE TOP 7 MISTAKES MADE BY UNTRAINED QUARTERBACKS AND HOW TO FIX THEM
WHY AUTHORITY FOOTBALL?
Get sniper-accurate with optimal throwing mechanics.
Increase power and velocity for stronger, deeper throws.
Master footwork to deliver on-time and on-target.
Next Level Skills
Practice situations and throws your QB actually needs to.
Train with a purpose – to throw touchdowns, not just footballs.
Compete everyday, track progress, see growth.
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Develop the most important attribute in a quarterback.
Learn leadership from coaches who are leaders everyday.
Discover the 3-Stage Leadership Formula we use at every level.
TRAIN TO START.
Your son is probably pretty good. He has a strong arm, or great decision making. And he loves playing quarterback.
But, you’ve taken him as far as you can, and he’s ready for specialized coaching to get him to the next level.
You’re looking for a guide. Someone to teach him the right things, the right way, at the right time.
Great news, we can help. We have systematic QB training to take your son as far as he wants and is capable of going.
WHAT PARENTS SAY
“My son Jake has made great strides in footwork, throwing mechanics and his understanding of defenses and proper reads has really boosted his confidence.
Jake was just named QB MVP at the Next Level Combine despite being a Freshman competing with over 2 dozen upperclassmen QB’s. That is a direct result of the hard work put in with Coach Mac and Authority Football!”
Ray Lewis, Father of Jake (Freshman)
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
There’s a reason that an unprecedented number of collegiate freshman Quarterbacks are starting (and winning National Championships) – it’s simply because they maximized playing reps in high school because they started as freshmen in high school.
They started as freshmen because they began training as a quarterback as a youth player.
The ONLY way a player will take the sole starting QB position as a freshman over the average of 12 QBs trying out in the spring is if he possesses superior athletic gifts in speed, power, or size, or if he’s trained and developed to be accurate, intelligent, and autonomous.
If your QB is both, read no further.
If he’s untrained however, he will be at a disadvantage he will eventually not be able to overcome.
The challenge is that there are only two people who usually can help the young QB – his father-figure and his coach – and almost never have I met an athlete with father or a coach who actually knew how to coach quarterbacks.
The cost of not getting professional quarterback training is simply the irrefutable and premature end of your son or athlete’s QB dreams. No pressure, dad or mom:)
HOW DOES IT WORK?
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Founder and Coach
Coach Mac is a recognized QB guru specializing in biomechanical mastery, champions’ mindset, and leader development. He has been a professional coach for over 20 years working with thousands of athletes and students, and is an executive leader in the business world…
Throw touchdowns not footballs