Forearm and grip strength are often overlooked in a lacrosse athlete’s training plan—but definitely shouldn’t be. The muscles of the hand and forearm are the final point at which energy is transferred from your body into the stick.
Recruit the coach’s son. Which coaches; sons? The good ones. Yeah, but which one are the good ones? All of them! The children of good lacrosse coaches seem to see success at the college level at a somewhat uncanny level. Yesterday I showcased Jack Raba, the son of Wesleyan head coach John Raba, and I […]
If you haven’t made yourself familiar with Wolf Athletics yet, do your self a favor and get caught up. Three guys from northern Illinois got fed up with seeing the same old stuff being rebranded or regurgitated in the lacrosse scene year after year. So what did they do? They created the Ghost, the most […]
Winning the hottest new product on the market for yourself is one thing, but winning enough of it to outfit your entire team? Now that’s just living the dream. Now through September 28th, you and your teammates can enter to win a bucket load of awesome prizes from our friends at Blue Collar Lacrosse, including […]
Every now and then we like to team up with innovative companies to release limited edition apparel. Take our most recent collaboration with ViewSPORT, for example.
What happens when drones attack Peter Baum, Joe Walters, and Ty Thompson? Thanks Adrenaline Lacrosse and GoPro, you’re about to find out!
Unless you are working with a strength coach, chances are you don’t have too much guidance in your off-season training. This can lead to a lot of common mistakes that many athletes make when trying to develop their fitness for the upcoming season.
The Six Nations Chiefs defeated the Victoria Shamrocks in Six Games to win the 2014 Mann Cup at home in the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena in Six Nations. The second time in as many years!
The Six Nations Chiefs are leading the 2014 Mann Cup series over the Victoria Shamrocks 3-2. Game 6 is tonight and the Chiefs can become the outright champions.
Welles Crowther was a former Division 1 lacrosse player working in the World Trade Center on September 11th. This ESPN piece from Outside The Lines tells the heroic story of his life, and it’s simply something you have to see and hear to believe.
Today NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel (PROP) approved multiple rules changes for the 2015 Men’s Lacrosse season. In my opinion the highlight of these approvals are the rules regarding stalling and the faceoff, but there are so many good ones.
The following is the story behind the history of multicolor mesh, told in coordination with BC Lax co-owner Tim Weston. Blue Collar Lax is confident that multicolor Marc Mesh was the spark that led to all of the multicolor lacrosse heads we see today. They note, before Marc Mesh came out with multicolored netting there […]
I wrote about problems and solutions in youth lacrosse yesterday, and my commentary applied best to the North American region of the world. My key problem areas were Coaching, Peer Pressure, Too Much Gear, and the Scholarship Lie. But what about international youth lacrosse problems? Are there different issues facing the international lacrosse community? If […]
Well if you didn’t believe the Shamrocks could win it all after a sudden victory overtime in Game 2; then you got to believe it can happen after last night’s display of poise and confidence to come from behind 4 times and win another thriller in OT.
Today we’re talking about how to select the US Box Lacrosse Team for the 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championships (2015 WILC)! Some have speculated that the team is already decided, but with a year to go before the 2015 games, I find it doubtful. The time to select a team though, is now, so what’s […]