nation's #1 Quarterback TRAINING tool

Concept - design - Creation

Idea That Started the Chest-Q


QB Coach Steve Gregory had shoulder surgery years ago and ran across his rehab harness.  After already coaching QB's for years and understanding the sequencing of passing mechanics, this gave him the initial idea. 2013

Origianl Concept of the Chest-Q


So his first basic idea finally put on paper within a power-point presentation. (Jan 2014)

Step Two of Chest-Q Design


Needing a three dimensional version to explain his idea a rendering was created.(June 2014)

Chest-Q Manufacturer Found


After months of researching for materials and manufacturing companies locally and overseas. Coach Gregory found a local company called Seam Craft Inc. in Chicago, IL (Dec 2014)

1st Class Production Team


Seam Craft's Executive Vice President, Ed Kuhr held Coach Gregory's hand the entire time as he created the perfect training tool straight from a conversation and few pictures.  Ed is GREAT at what he does and was extremely instrumental!

R & D of All Parts


The beginning process started with ideas, pieces and measurements that Ed organized, coordinated and made look very easy. 

Sizing, Fitting & Testing


The sizing and fitting seemed to be the most difficult based on the wide variety of ages and sizes of quarterbacks to use the Chest-Q.

First Tester Unit Coming Home


A very exciting day coming home with the first unit that can actually be used on students to see the first hand impact of using the Chest-Q.

Final Chest-Q Design Completed


The final design wasn't complete without  the perfect material needed for the power band which is one of the main elements of the Chest-Q.

Received First Shippment


After all the thought and planning put into  creating the Chest-Q and finally see the first shipment of boxes arrive was a tremendous day, most of which were already sold.

1st Introduction at Coaching Shows


The unveiling of the Chest-Q was at the (THSCA), Texas High School Coaches Association Show in Houston Texas. There was 20,000 coaches in attendance over a period of one week. All Chest-Q units sold out within a few hours of the opening of the show on day one.

Networking with Coaches & QBs


Coach Gregory has spent multiple months speaking to Coaches, parents and quarterbacks about the new QB training tool. Seen in this picture with Coach Gary Crowton, former D1 Head Coach of BYU, and Offensive Coordinator for LSU, Boston College, Oregon, and NFL Chicago Bears.