Interested in working with Ryan Hockman? Read this letter and Contact him at Score6QB@gmail.com
Dear Aspiring QB or QB Coach,
Thank you for taking the time to visit my website. If you have found me, you are probably quite serious about your development. I don't advertise, finding my students organically. I typically accept students who have been referred by a trusted coach or friend, but if you are serious about learning to play QB and/or interested in learning how to train like an elite athlete, please contact me.
Frankly, I am unique in the private QB coaching industy. I don't advertise or self-promote. I tried to use social media, but it seems to be a time waster. I don't care about recognition, attention from the media or any of the extraneous aspects of life that might distract me from delivering the best, most comprehensive QB learing experience possible.
A typical day in my life includes taking care of my family, watching a lot of film, talking to coaches at all levels, and helping a few QBs acquire the skills needed to play the position as best they can. It's simple.
To give you, the student, an idea of who I am, I will say this: I have dedicated my life to learning how to throw accurately with velocity, touch, and distance. I have spent 20+ years learning from the best throwing coaches and biomechanics experts in the world. I have studied extensively from top Javelin coaches in the world and a few baseball coaches here in the USA. Quite frankly, QB coaches (and baseball coaches, too) are way behind the rest of the world when it comes to understanding the throwing motion or how to train a throwing athlete.
I train my QBs first and foremost to be athletes; balance, coordination, stability, explosion are all needed to develop a full-body, core whip throwing motion. It takes reps. Thousands of reps. Throwing Medballs, baseballs, mini-javs, footballs - full size and small one, basketballs, sledgehammers and more. All of this is done from multiple foot and body positions in order to teach the QB how to throw from the multitude of angles required in a game.
After thousands of these reps, QBs start to acquire the skill. It's thrilling to witness and expereience.
Great QBs are great because they have played against and seen thousands of defenses. Tom Brady has now played in over 275 games. I coached Adrian Rainbow who played in 44 college games and over 160 professional games. On top of all the training he did, Adrian became a great QB. I was just lucky enough to coach him in about 40 of those games. In my training, I will ask you to watch tons of video. Spending time watching games is valuable, but so is watching coaches talk about protections, run game and defense. We will spend time doing that.
If all of this sounds interesting to you, you and I are probably a good fit. If your dad or mom read this and you didn't and/or it bored you, you're probably not a good fit. Be honest with yourself and find someone that is a good fit for you.
Please don't hesitate to contact me. I love to talk about quarterbacking, throwing and training.