Finch Performance

at 3230 Woodward Ave, Burlington, L7N 3P1 Canada

Specializing in the Total Development of Quarterbacks and Rotational Athletes. #slingtherock #calmunderchaos


Finch Performance
3230 Woodward Ave
Burlington , ON L7N 3P1
Canada
Contact Phone
P: 289-439-0091
Website
http://www.finchperformance.ca

Description

Former All-Canadian Quarterback passionate about helping develop rotational/overhead athletes through the development of the Four Pillars: Biomechanics, Functional Strength, Cognition & Nutrition. Influences: -Tom House and Adam Dedeaux (NFL..Brady, Brees, Tebow, Dalton) -Danny Brannagan Jr. (Queens) -Dan Brannagan Sr (Burl. Stampeders) -Larry Jusdanis (CFL Alumni, SST) -Michael Faulds (Laurier-Head Coach) -Darin Slack, Dub Maddox (NFA, Florida), -Will Hewlett (The Range, Cal.) -Elite 11 Staff (Penn State, Ohio State, Central Florida) -Kent Austin (Hamilton Ti-cats), -Interned with Hamilton Tiger-Cats (2012, 2015) and the Toronto Argonauts (2013) - Trained with Ricky Ray, Zac Collaros, and Henry Burris of the Canadian Football League.

Company Rating

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FINCH Performance is a football training academy in Toronto, Ontario.
We specialize in quarterback and receiver development of all ages.
Slinging the rock is our thing.
FINCH Performance hosts camps throughout Southern Ontario to offer our players an elite-level coaching experience in a group setting.
Sign up today and elevate your game.
FINCH Performance offers private training to all ages for both quarterbacks and receivers.
We customize our training to the needs of our players.
Refine your mechanics and take your game to the nextlevel.
When you train with FINCH Performance, you are immediately a part of the team.
Interested in joining us?
FINCH Performance is the leader of elite level quarterback and receiver coaching.
We are a team of coaches with a history in training with players from minor leagues to the NCAA.