George Bubrick was heading into the summer of his sophomore year of high school frustrated with the inability to deliver the football with velocity and distance on a consistent basis. The 2018 quarterback did not lack effort or determination. Thinking velocity and distance was related to gaining weight and strength by heavy lifting was not the answer. Bubrick’s father looked for professional instruction and advice. Private quarterback coach Ken Mastrole & MQA’s throwing specialist Gardy O’Flynn stepped in. Bubrick began working with both O’Flynn and Mastrole on first identifying where breakdown’s occurred through a series of QB specific measurements and testing. Next, was to see the quarterback using high speed camera’s and isolating the weaknesses Bubrick would understand. Using many of the Tom House principles O’Flynn learned through his time playing for and coaching with House, Mastrole and O’Flynn developed a specific arm speed and functional strength program for the QB. Bubrick diligently went to work. Through 3D motion principles and a 9 week training program Bubrick, who only threw the ball 35-40 yards increased his distance to 65 yards and 8 mph in ball exit speed. Mastrole and O’Flynn have now worked with 14 NFL quarterbacks and over a dozen college football quarterbacks in identifying inefficiencies and developing programs to increase performance. Mastrole a former NFL and collegiate quarterback brings the on field experience and mental training through film study, X’s & O’s testing, & field specific drills. University School quarterback George Bubrick experienced direct results. His Junior season ended with 1st team all county 5A and all state honors for the state of Florida.