I’m trying out a little pun this week, by helping you get on The Track! Since I’m at the beautiful Boise Depot and your use your stick like a track, that’s where I came up with the name.
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The Chest Bump is a nice way to practice buddy passes alone or rock out a monster celebration. Just give the ball a soft toss toward your chest.
The snow has melted and just a few flakes remain in the foothills. We take in the great weather with the Kickflip, a different take on that old school stick flip we’ve all been doing for years.
In today’s episode of Stick Trick Saturday I am allowing you to catch the ball in the Backspind because I think it is cooler that way!
Lacrosse is a two-handed sport, so why should we only do stick tricks with our dominant hands? Today’s lesson is a two-handed workout two improve our skills as lacrosse players.
Gather ’round my friends, I’ve got a stick trick that pays homage to the good old days. I call this week’s trick the Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes because we’re going to be stalling the ball all over the place!
Welcome back to another episode of Stick Trick Saturday Season 2! Mark is working out the Down-Under workout, over the Boise River!
Welcome back to another episode of Stick Trick Saturday powered by Wolf Athletics! Today Mark is answering a couple of YouTube challenges! Let’s start with basic stalling techniques and then move it up to the Buddy Pass!
Our second Wolf of the MCLA to join the Pack is Adam Smith, junior attackman for the Boise State Broncos.
Welcome back to another episode of Stick Trick Saturday powered by Wolf Athletics! Today Mark is kicking it old school with the OTiS! An over the shoulder catch that everyone can master!
Shaft Taps are simple stick tricks that help with making combo transitions. Focus on repetitions to improve your hand-eye coordination and reaction time.
Season 2 of Stick Trick Saturday kicks off with The Fist Bump, a creative stick trick most intermediate lacrosse players should be able to master.
From Boise all the way over and up to Saratoga Springs, and then throughout New England, “East Bound & Found” explores Grant Koehl’s unique journey as a lacrosse recruit from a non-traditional area and puts many of the differences between the fastest game on two feet in the East and West on display.
This past weekend I was lucky enough to attend, and participate in, my first Brawl in McCall. The Brawl is a fairly small tournament on the beautiful Payette Lake, a few hours north of Boise, Idaho.
The University of Idaho men’s lacrosse team recently released a new recruiting video that sheds a nice light on the MCLA program up north in Moscow, Idaho. Take a few minutes to watch it, assessing the highlights you see and listening to the comments from Colton Raichl, the club’s president. If you’re a high school junior […]