There is more to throwing a football then just mechanics. Every delivery must be properly timed and kinematically sequenced as well as be mechanically sound to be efficient. In football, there are many variables that effect timing, sequencing, and mechanics of the throw, but there are scientific certainties that the body must realize and achieve in order to throw both efficiently and accurately. By using the 4 legs of the performance table, 3DQB works to create efficient Quarterbacks with concern to long-term health, and maximum performance output.
To inform, instruct, and inspire Quarterbacks to maximize both physical and mental potential for in game competition.
Functional Strenth and Conditioning
Built around endurance and stamina conditioning specific to Quarterbacks using position specific training for rotational athletes with concern for flexibility, mobility, and stability.
Mechanics and Motion Analysis
With the use of 3D Motion Analysis, we can observe and scientifically analyze a Quarterbacks throwing motion and compare with the best in the game. Then, with identification of weak links and movements, can prescribe training exercises and cross specific drills to improve mechanical positions and movements for a more efficient and accurate delivery.
Mental and emotional management skills to handle successes and failures in a highly competitive and cerebral position.
We do a complete nutritional background check to maximize blood chemistry that will properly fuel preparation, competition, and most importantly recovery.
What we teach
Learn proven cross-specific training programs and exercises that will help athletes improve their game time performance, motion, and movement mechanics. Increase their upper-body strength, flexibility, power, and muscle endurance, while achieving maximum performance and minimizing risk of injury. More importantly, hone your ability to manage mental and emotional management of high level competition.
Adam Dedeaux Motion Mechanics Instructor USC Graduate USC baseball team. Los Angeles Dodgers left handed Pitcher, Assistant Coach for USC baseball team. Grandson of Coach Rod Dedeaux, Worked with and for Tom House for the past 10 years. Trained NFL Quarterbacks Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Tim Tebow, Terrell Pryor, JP Losman, John Beck along with a handful of College QB’s including LSU’s Zack Mettenburger, North Carolina’s Brynn Renner, and New Mexico State’s Andrew Mcdonald, as well as a large crop of Local high school Quarterbacks.
Tom House Ph.D. Motion Performace Expert After pitching for sven years in the MLB, House received his Ph.D. in Sports/Performance Psychology while becoming a pitching coach. Since, House has become a highly recognized arm specialist coaching both baseballs elite pitchers as well as elite NFL quarterbacks. He has coached NFL Quarterbacks such as Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Alex Smith, Carson Palmer, Terrell Pryor, and Tim Tebow. House’s knowledge of the proper muscle mechanics and ability to analyze a quarterback’s throwing motion is unparalleled. Recently, Tom House has been utilizing 3D-Motions analysis to take a throwing motion examination to the next level. House is also an advisor for the American Sports Medicine Institute, educated in the proper methods of sustaining an athlete’s healthy nutrition and muscle development. He also has degrees in Nutrition, Exercise Science, and Biomechanics.
John Beck Motion Mechanics Instructor USCJohn Beck spent six seasons as a quarterback in the NFL from 2007-2012. Before the NFL he played for four seasons at Brigham Young University where he finished his career as second in all time passing yardage for the University behind 1990 Heisman Trophy winner Ty Detmer. He was a finalist for the Davey O'brien and Johnny Unitas golden arm awards. Was a two time first team all conference selection and named the conference player of the year his senior year. After graduating he was the 2nd round draft pick of the 2007 Miami Dolphins. In high school his team won the 1999 state championship. He broke the all time single season passing touchdowns record for a season (42) and was named the Arizona high school football player of the year. During his time in the NFL he was coached by Jim Zorn, Terry Shae, Hue Jackson, Dan Henning, David Lee, Matt LaFleur, Kyle Shanahan, Gary Kubiak and Cam Cameron.