Daily Cheese: Rock The Box

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I don’t know about you, but I love waking up to box lacrosse on Tuesday mornings. Happens all the time.

This footage is from Rock the Box in Denver on September 19th. The event included 4-on-4 adult, and 5-on-5 youth box lacrosse tourneys.

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NEWS & NOTES

Four Pillar Exercises to Create Upper Body Strength | STACK.com
Good stuff here from Strength Coach Jay Dyer.

– Connecticut College Announces Leadership Team for 2011 | LaxPower

– Photos: BYU Lacrosse vs. Westminster College | Luke Hansen

– New Michigan practice reversibles…. They’re different, that’s for sure. | Sweet Sweet Lax

Best custom dome I’ve ever seen and that’s coming from a guy who hates the color orange.

– The highlight of this week’s Music Monday post was Hoodie Allen. The SF had a nice tune too.

“Anyone can swagger if there’s a reason. But you can’t fake it.”Cee Lo

– Have you entered to win a Woozle pinnie yet? 165 entrants and counting. Let’s go.

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