MLL Defenseman of the Week Brian Farrell breaks down some basics stick tricks that can improve a lacrosse player’s game.
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With the regular season drawing to a close it is time for sun burns and tan lines, lacrosse pennies, and of course summer camps! This summer I will be traveling on the road with the Rhino Lacrosse crew as we hit the road for five Rhino Lacrosse Academies in Arizona, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and back to Oregon to wrap thing up in beautiful Bend before the highly anticipated Oregon Lacrosse Classic.
ULax’s NYC box lacrosse league is going strong throughout the Winter, and we played this past weekend even though the sport court floor we use was just a little wet and slippery. Lots of guys fell over (as in everyone fell at least once), we got the games in, and had some fun. Now you get to see us slip and fall all over the place, because why not?
One of the Japanese attendees of last year’s Hawai’i Tournament caught the Wimmer boys “warming up” for an early round game. Paul Rabil, Max Seibald, Brett Queener, and a bunch of other pros are messing around, throwing some tricks, and proving their full belief in the “sun’s out, guns out” mentality.
I’m back at it with Stick Tricks in the Basement, and while I haven’t added many new tricks, I am now pulling them off with a wooden box lacrosse stick. The woodie makes these tricks much harder. Thankfully, the location is still pretty killer. It slightly makes up for my average display of wizardry.
Saturday means stick tricks… and this week it’s the Picture Taker. Soft hands, knowing where the ball is, and control… this trick requires it all. Give it a shot and take your game to the next level.
Week number two of Stick Trick Saturday is upon us. This week Colton was in Coeur D’Alane, Idaho on vacation, but that won’t stop him from fooling around with a lacrosse stick. Plus there’s a new Matt Gibson video out. How is that not exciting?
Is hitting a baseball REALLY that hard? Some MLB guys struggle with basic tricks that a 15 year old lacrosse player could pull off. What’s up with that?!?!
Easton’s Matt Gibson, Mike Powell and Henry Fitzpatrick return with Volume 3 of Tricks in the Park.
The Easton Lacrosse guys had a few minutes of free time during the Grow The Game Tour, so they decided to show off some of the stick tricks they brainstormed while on the road with the Dutchie. Enjoy.
Our socks were blown off by some of the stick tricks we saw in Denver, and we have the feeling it’s going to get better from here. The Grow The Game continues… with extreme levels of SKILL!
Brett lays down the basics of Scoring Off of a Fake Shot at the Denver City Lax Grow The Game Tour clinic, and then puts on a brilliant display of stick skills and scoring panache!
Denver, Colorado marked the first stop on the Grow The Game Tour and it went off without a hitch! Denver City Lax, Easton Lacrosse and LaxAllStars teamed up for a free clinic and you could SEE the game grow!
Connor Wilson delivers five great trick shots for you to master this summer. What are your favorite trick shots to practice?
Day 3 of Rhino Lacrosse Camp: Bend, in the books. Humpday was nothing for these campers. They came ready to learn and have some fun!