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Hot Pot: The Second Step Is The Hardest

2 - Published April 3, 2013 by in Hot Pot, Training

The hard part will be getting in 2 or 3 more workouts before NEXT week’s training session. The hard part will be doing it on my own. The hard part is the SECOND step.

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Editor’s Note: Will you be America’s Top Scorer?

- Published April 3, 2013 by in Ed Notes, Gear, Technology, Training

hat if you could compare your game to someone who lives two States over? Or how about on the opposite coast? What about comparing yourself to America’s #1 scorer in your age group who plays the same position? Today, our partner RipNet launched the first ever national leaderboards for high school and middle school boys and girls. Ranked based on scoring data submitted by players […]

Video: MLL Preseason Training In NYC

4 - Published March 29, 2013 by in Major League Lacrosse, Pro Lacrosse, Training, Videos

With actual games only 4 weeks out, training camp just around the corner, and starting jobs on the line, MLL players have been training on their own to get ready for the year.

1000 Ways to Train with Notre Dame

1000 Ways to Train for Lacrosse

0 - Published March 22, 2013 by in Training

To be an elite lacrosse player, it is really important than you train hard in several areas. In an effort to give you the upperhand, we’re working to supply you with a list of 1,000 training methods that will assist you in your quest to be the next Lacrosse All Star.

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Stickstar Texas Lacrosse Report: GTG Spring Break

0 - Published March 21, 2013 by in Training

StickStar will be writing about High School, College, and youth lacrosse in the great state of Texas this year, and this week he writes about Spring Break, and growing the game, and training, with Texas United.

Hot Pot: Is Your Pocket Holding You Back?

2 - Published March 20, 2013 by in Mesh, Stringing, Training

One of the things I learned from Tufts Lacrosse Coach Mike Daly was how to do a simple test to tell if any player’s stick was holding them back.

1,000 Ways to Train: #73

1000 Ways to Train for Lacrosse

0 - Published March 8, 2013 by in Training

To be an elite lacrosse player, it is really important than you train hard in several areas. In an effort to give you the upperhand, we’re working to supply you with a list of 1,000 training methods that will assist you in your quest to be the next Lacrosse All Star.

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Throwback Thursday: Billy Bitter’s Motivation

0 - Published February 28, 2013 by in The Life, Training

Welcome to another installment of Throwback Thursday! With two games left in his freshman season at University of North Carolina, William Benz “Billy” Bitter got an email from his father, Ward Bitter, that provided a little extra motivation to close out the year. Billy posted the email on his Intagram account earlier this week, and we […]

Kyle Harrison

The Best Lacrosse Advice You’ll Ever Hear

3 - Published February 22, 2013 by in Interviews, Training

Time to start your season? Kyle Harrison, John Galloway, Steve Brooks and Matt Gibson tell you exactly what you need to know.

1000 Ways to Train for Lacrosse

0 - Published February 7, 2013 by in Training

To be an elite lacrosse player, it is really important than you train hard in several areas. In an effort to give you the upperhand, we’re working to supply you with a list of 1,000 training methods that will assist you in your quest to be the next Lacrosse All Star.

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Easton and 3d To Offer Premium Experience For Elite Lacrosse Players

1 - Published January 28, 2013 by in Training

A new partnership between Easton Sports and 3d Lacrosse aims to improve player performance and grow the sport nationwide.

Winter Training Tips From Nexus Lacrosse

0 - Published January 23, 2013 by in Training

Think you’re ready for the Spring season just because you put in work this Summer? Mark Schindler of Nexus Lacrosse is here to tell you why the COLD is no excuse to let the work stop!

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Rhino Lacrosse Expanding Reach in 2013

0 - Published January 19, 2013 by in General, High School, Training, Youth

Earlier this week, Rhino Lacrosse announced their 2013 Summer Academy schedule. Which one will you be going to?

Rhino Lacrosse Academy: Boise

0 - Published January 19, 2013 by in General, High School, Training, Youth

A Rhino is on the loose in Idaho!!! Coach Rhino that is.

Ryan Powell

Rhino Lacrosse Academy: West Linn

0 - Published January 19, 2013 by in High School, Training, Youth

The Rhino Lacrosse Academy in West Linn is easily one of the premier stops of the summer for lacrosse on the West coast and an extra special experience for any camper willing to make the trip. Don’t miss out in 2013!

RipNet Releases Game-Changing Training App

0 - Published January 18, 2013 by in Gear, Pro Lacrosse, Technology, Training

RipNet is making some waves in the lacrosse world with their new app. Now you can track and analyze your shots to determine the best way how to improve your game.

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Hot Pot: Breaking Resolutions… Already?

0 - Published January 2, 2013 by in Hot Pot, Training

New Year’s Resolutions can fall by the wayside quickly… so what is the ONE resolution you are making in 2013 that you want to keep? How will you make sure it happens?

Three Lessons Learned At IMLCA Convention

2 - Published December 11, 2012 by in College, Training

Charlie Congleton is an assistant coach at Wesleyan University and former All-American. Chuck provides his THREE big lessons learned from the IMLCA Convention in Baltimore this past weekend.