A follow up post to the previous Zen. Lax. Lacrosse. post on doing yoga to open practice. Focusing on letting go can be as important on focusing on achievement.
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The opening of any activity sets the tone for participants. To open practice every single day, my high school lacrosse team is practicing yoga; it’s not a long sequences of poses, nor is it particularly “difficult” in that players are huffing and puffing, but what it does is zero the focus in around our body […]
With almost every college in the country now “in season”, and many high schools starting up soon, it’s time to talk about that all important first practice. Here are some guidelines I use to make sure my team always has a great first practice of the Spring.
Connor Wilson explores the benefits of drills vs. scrimmaging, and how your team can make the best use of its time during practice.
Not every lacrosse team is fortunate enough to have forty players on its roster. Listen up as Connor Wilson answers a tough question – how small is too small? Part 3 of 3.
Not every lacrosse team is fortunate enough to have forty players on its roster. Listen up as Connor Wilson explains the advantages of having a small team. Part 2 of 3.
Not every lacrosse team is fortunate enough to have forty players on its roster. Listen up as Connor Wilson explains how to practice effectively with a small team. Part 1 of 3.
Connor Wilson shares a valuable lacrosse drill to help defensive players learn to throw great checks. This drill teaches timing, takeaways, precision and power. Plus, it can be done alone or during practice!
Today marked the first official day of practice for a number of college teams from across the country and across the divisions!
Connor Wilson argues that college lacrosse is still better than pro lacrosse. He lays out ONE reason and FOUR solutions.
It’s Summer. Also known as Lacrosse Time. What are you doing to get better? A little bit? Nothing?!?!?! No way! You can do it. We just have to be creative sometimes to get our lax time in!
Jeff Brunelle discusses the importance of team leadership at lacrosse practice. Hard work on the practice field pays off in games, and hard work on the practice field comes from good leadership.
Are you doing everything that you possibly can to be the best lacrosse player that you can be? That’s the question Ryan Powell addresses in his newest blog post, and he includes some great tips for young players out there – including his full wall ball routine!
Video of the Eastern University lacrosse team training like mad men, plus plenty of lax links to check out while you’re drinking your morning cup of joe.
Is your team, player or child training the right way? Are you playing in more games and tournaments than practices? Maybe you’re not prepping your kids for the next level the right way. Yes, I AM talking about practice, Mr. Iverson.