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How To Fix A Bad Throwing Habit

When you have a bad throwing habit it is going to take one thing to fix it, WORK! Nobody wants to put in the time it takes to restructure their throwing mechanics whether it is a small habit or a huge flaw in their motion. Because if I’m just being honest with you, probably one of the hardest, most frustrating things a QB can do. And it’s really not that hard. It’s just a lot of boring work. The lonely work as some people call it. If you’re a guy who likes all the flashy ladder drills, cone drills and all that, this probably isn’t for you because this doesn’t require any of that. It requires time. You need to work the motion over and over again. Stand in front of a mirror and get your reps in. Whether it’s more hip drive or not letting your elbow dip or keeping your front arm tight, it will take 1000 plus reps. They say it takes 1,000 reps to fix a bad habit and 10,000 reps to master a skill. If you break that down into 1 month, you need 34 perfect reps each day for 30 days to get to 1000. Why not do 100 per day for the next 2-3 months?  Speeds up the process. If you want me to take a look at your throwing motion to find out the flaws in it, click the link below. We offer film breakdown submissions in my website once you sign up. ⬇️⬇️

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