We’re back with a quick Lax Hack for ya as we prepare to roll out the new season of #LaxHacks soon! This week we are featuring a fan submitted Lax Hack on how to patch those old lacrosse nets!
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We’re back with another episode of #LaxHacks, and this time we’re talkin’ DEFENSE. Jeff explains how to make training nubs used to perfect defensive body positioning and footwork in just a few easy steps by recycling an old lacrosse shaft. Watch and learn!
Welcome back to another edition of #LaxHacks! Today Jeff Brunelle teaches you how to cut a lacrosse shaft correctly. Did you know that you can get two full-length attack shafts from cutting one longpole in half?
Stick Prep continues with some great advice on maintaining the shaft and butt end of your lacrosse stick! Balling on a budget, and enjoying the beautiful game of lacrosse… that’s what it’s all about.
Welcome back, LAS nation. It’s Marty again. Let’s rap. Like last time, I’m back to give more advice to the younger audience from a guy who’s been there and done that. It really is exciting to be collaborating with LAS and Lax Wax to bring you tips and advice from my life as a professional […]
Let’s step outside of the box together, and no, not the indoor lacrosse box. I’m showin’ love for #LaxHacks, Drew Westervelt and the color orange in this week’s End Caps!
Athletic tape, a hair dryer, and a wine cork…these items enable some brilliant #LaxHacks! Today we’re hitting you with a Part 2 of a multi-part series that will teach you (or remind you of!) the best ways to take care of your lacrosse stick. Learn how to conquer rattle, how to re-shape the throat of your head, and how to deal with those annoying stripped screw holes on your lacrosse shafts.
Editor’s note: Please welcome Marty Cahill to LaxAllStars.com! The former Delaware Blue Hen is entering his sixth season of Major League Lacrosse this year as a middie for the Boston Cannons. If you missed the last episode of Lax Hacks, be sure to check it out above, then read what Marty has to say as […]
Balling on a budget, and enjoying the beautiful game of lacrosse… that’s what it’s are all about. Here are few important tips to help you maintain your lacrosse head throughout the season!
Hello Lacrosse All Stars and welcome to the Marty show. I’m excited to be collaborating with LAS and Lax Wax to bring you tips and advice from my life as a professional lacrosse player who’s always on the road.
Balling on a budget, and enjoying the beautiful game of lacrosse… that’s what it’s are all about. Here are few important ways for you to get your gear bag ready for the 2014 season.
Ever notice those unsightly marks on the inside of your lacrosse head? Those ball burns are a result of friction and appear over time. Sure they add character to your stick but if you’re ever looking to simply erase those dark marks, I’ve got a Lax Hack for you!
If you’re a dedicated lacrosse player, odds are you’re putting in a decent amount of time on the wall. You’ll probably be scooping the occasional groundball off the pavement or hard packed dirt. These rough surfaces will eventually take a toll on your scoop and topstring. In order to keep your topstring from completely fraying and giving out on you, we have a great little Lax Hack from Justin at Stylin Strings.
This simple Lax Hack will keep your shaft from “cookie cuttering” your rubber end cap. Personally I don’t use rubber butt ends anymore but I used to use this trick to keep my shafts from ripping apart the rubber and exposing the metal. Not only is an uncovered butt end dangerous but it’s also illegal and you’ll be putting your team at risk for an unnecessary penalty.
Lacrosse may traditionally be a spring sport but that doesn’t mean it’s always played in beautiful weather. As we head into fall, many dedicated players are soon to be working against the elements. Whether it’s rain, snow, high winds, or the bitter cold, here are a few tips to help you get the most out […]