Quarterback coach in Mckinney teaches the quarterback how to lift weights. A lot of folks are getting into all of this whacky TB12 method, or Crossfit or other forms of weight lifting, and it is confusing and causing your muscles to grow and develop in ways that inhibiting how strong your arm can be. Listen to Quarterback Lessons in Mckinney. You have to lift in the most basic ways to get pure raw strength and power in your arms & legs. Take it from a Quarterback Coach in Dallas. The prototype quarterback body is a Brett Favre. Around 6'2 225 pounds, and thick like a cereal box. With strong forearms, strong hands, and even stronger legs. Plus a great developed chest like a rooster. You should only lift 4 days per week, and only run 4 days per week. Nothing less and nothing more. The weekends should be about recovery and relaxing. Also not to mention avoiding mental burnout, and the development of OCD that happens in almost all young quarterbacks.
Mondays/Thursdays - Legs
Tuesdays/Fridays - Upper Body
*** Your forearms should be the strongest part of the arm because most of the time its all you will have to throw with in the middle of the picket. It you can't throw a football like a dart at a dart board with just your finger tips and forearms. You are finished.