Teach your kids how to craddle, dodge, and shoot like the pros with these lacrosse drills and practice tips.
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.
Balance is key when reacting to a deflected shot and getting back into the ready position for another shot.
If you can teach a player to properly handle an unsettled transition situation playing 6 on 6 will appear much easier to them.
Basic passing & catching with a stationary partner – practice right and left hand passes & catches. This is one of the first beginner lacrosse drills that kids should practice.
Keeping it different every day keeps players' interest level up. Or you might choose the location to begin the drill based on the players participating.
It's vital that before you even make a play on the ball carrier, you are prepared to do so. Here, Paul shows how to set your defensive stance and take a backpedal, sidestep left and sidestep right.
Having a steady base is a critical component to shooting with power and accuracy. This video demonstrates how to get there with a simple shooting drill that focuses on setting that steady base.
You can be the biggest, strongest player on the field, but if you haven’t mastered the fundamentals of shooting, you won’t be a consistent goal scorer.
"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.
Want just content you're interested in delivered directly to your email box?
Use the SportsEngine forum to ask other administrators questions about how they run their club.