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Before you can shoot, you need to be able to catch. In this short video, Paul shows you proper hand placement and technique for catching. Learn how to catch with confidence and be ready to make your next move.
"Wall Ball" is vital to learning how to catch and shoot or pass with ease and accuracy. In this week's tip, let's add a target to improve your accuracy.
In this week's tip, Paul shows you how to make an accurate pass to a teammate even when you're in a tough position against a defender.
In this this week’s tip, Paul shows you how to hold the stick so you’re always ready to catch and shoot with accuracy and speed. You’ll also learn how to avoid common mistakes that slow you down and make it easier for defenders to stop you.
According to a poll from the National Alliance for Youth Sports, around 70 percent of kids in the United States stop playing organized sports by age 13. Early-sport specialization encourages us to treat these children as commodities and cater to the few who peak early, rather than the masses of those who won’t realize their full athletic potential until they are well into their teens.
Learn how to throw a fake that works. You'll be able to get a defender off balance so you can have time and room to shoot or pass.
When shopping for a new lacrosse stick the options may seem endless and overwhelming. If you’re shopping for a beginner, the task can seem even more daunting when navigating the varying price ranges. It can also be tough to figure out when it is time to upgrade your gear for the next level. That’s why we’re here to help!
Whether you're a player, coach or parent, no one wants to lose. But, what if your overwhelming desire to win is actually hurting your development?
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