Day two of QBEpic is underway. The focus of the morning will be to build a foundation and base for the attendees to carry into the afternoon session. This base includes a fundamental life lessons provided by Trent and his staff as well as Army Rangers and Navy Seals from Team Red White and Blue.
Here is a look at the first ever QBEpic class
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Taking the team back to the basics, former Stanford and NFL quarterback, Steve Stenstrom, shared a story of how the relationships that are formed here can last a lifetime. That was the case when he and Trent Dilfer met 25 years ago at a Cal camp. That friendship has endured as the two have “Done Life” together ever since. On the physical training side of things, Coach Dilfer took the QBs back to the basics from the night before by reminding them about “Base, balance and load” “The base should be wider than the hips” – Coach Dilfer
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The day continued into the classroom as special forces leaders from Team Red White and Blue taught lesson on leadership (They asked that we not record or report on specifics, but, it was a game-changer for many of the quarterbacks). They also got a look under the hood of college recruiting and how to build the best highlight reel from Coach Dilfer and Joey Roberts (The prep tape guru from ESPN and Elite 11). In preparing their minds, Axon was back on hand to break down how the brain breaks down plays and how they can improve recognition and decision making.
After dinner the kids came back and had to deal with Coach Whitfield’s conflict training. What began on the beach, was not met with a broomstick!
The night ended with a slowdown between Coach Dilfer and the winners of the individual challenges, Blake Stenstrom and max Johnson. This is where the next generation stepped up and beat the former Super Bowl Champ, Trent Dilfer. First it was Blake and Max knocking him out and then Max ringing the bell off the soccer goal to take the crown.