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Two time All-American lacrosse player and NCAA Division I Head Coach at University of Pennsylvania, John Christmas demonstrates the do's and don'ts of shooting overhand.
Lacrosse goalie mental training is something overlooked by a lot of goalies, coaches, and parents. Everyone gets so wrapped up in three point vs. five point stances, handling one vs. one situations, and running the ball up the field that they miss this area.
As we approach these hot summer months, it’s important to know how to spot the symptoms of over-hydration and how to help your athletes develop a plan to stay balanced with their hydration needs on and off the field.
Wondering why there aren’t enough game officials to support the growth of lacrosse in some parts of the country? For the answer, look no further than the conduct of parents and coaches.
Make sure it’s clear that communication is necessary and expected. An athlete should feel comfortable talking to you anytime, not just at the start of the season.
Cradling is the twisting and rocking motion of a lacrosse stick as a player runs. Holding a lacrosse stick still makes it very easy for an opponent to knock it out of your stick.
It is important to note, the researchers referenced in this article acknowledged they could only show correlation, and not causation.
Balance is key when reacting to a deflected shot and getting back into the ready position for another shot.
In the end, it’s about creating an environment that athletes want to support and finding ways to create behavior change in a positive way.
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