Wall Ball is the easiest way to improve your stick work in a short amount of time. Develop good habits with proper technique. Shoulders turned, feet moving, arms back and away from your body.
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After manually counting and checking the votes twice, we have a clear winner for the Show Us Your Wall contest!
Welcome back to End Caps, a weekly review from the mind of Mark Donahue. Check out the new and improved Markbuster Videos, LAS RAW and more…(02/21/14)
With all the hand-eye work we do in lacrosse, footwork can be one of the most highly underrated skill requirements, but if you watch the best players in the world you’ll notice their footwork is often what sets them apart.
It’s snowing in Brooklyn, so I made a snowman and killed it with lacrosse ball. Don’t look at the snow as a bummer. It’s an opportunity to have some fun while getting out and playing lacrosse. Ain’t nothing wrong with that.
Sometimes it is too cold to go outside. It does happen. But if you just can’t wait to put a stick in your hands try to find a place indoors where you can practice and work on those soft hands. Try to find a place where there are no windows or lights you can break, and don’t throw against a wall that isn’t solid!
At the beginning of October, we showed you Brian Langtry’s makeshift wall ball wall. This week, we show you how John Grant Jr. plays “wall” ball.
Brian Langtry is a really good lacrosse player. Getting there definitely took tons of training, including hours and hours on the wall. And sometimes, not the wall.
Syracuse lacrosse legend Ryan Powell explains how to truly improve your game by hitting the wall every single day.
Don’t let the time off between seasons keep you from becoming a better lacrosse player. Here are tips for improving during the offseason.
A custom spray-painted lacrosse wall in your garage? That could certainly help improve your game. Check it out in this week’s Photo of the Week!
The opportunity to get better, and test yourself, is ever present. Shooting, playing catch, running, lifting, swimming… it all helps! But what happens when you just can’t find a wall? You find a rock and pull a Mike Powell!
Everyone always says “hit the wall” and “use both hands” but are we missing something? Can using both hands mean something entirely different? Will it help elevate your game?