Peter Carey put up a video on YouTube featuring Chris Bocklet and Steele Stanwick talking about shooting and scoring goals, and it’s time to listen up, because these guys are two of the better shooters and scorers to ever come out of Virginia! Bocklet tells a great story about being forced to re-learn proper mechanics once he got to college, and Steele like to pretend his stick is a paint brush… why? It’s all about painting pipes!
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I was out in Syosset, Long Island, recently and took in a FoGoLax.net camp. I’ll have more from the camp in the next week, but for now I wanted to share some great video I got from the session. It’s just face offs, up close and personal. It might look like an ugly scrap from afar, but up close the Face Off battle is a work of art, and something to behold.
Boston Cannons defenseman and Loyola graduate, P.T. Ricci, stops by to share his story, and how he got on the road to Major League Lacrosse.
This week’s trick is going to help you immensely with your hand-eye coordination. Because you are catching the ball with your hand on the bottom of the stick, you are working on your off hand without even knowing it.
Last week I took in a clinic in Ridgewood, NJ put on by the American Indoor Lacrosse Association. John Mouradian, General Manager of the Philadelphia Wings, was running the show, and youth to high school players were learning the concepts of box lacrosse, and how many of them can translate out onto the field.
One man can accomplish a good deal on his own. With hard work and dedication, almost anything is possible, but it rarely comes easy. A team, or large group can accomplish much more, but that’s not always an option… Sometimes it’s just you and a friend. Let’s talk about The Power Of Two!
Syracuse lacrosse legend Ryan Powell explains how to truly improve your game by hitting the wall every single day.
Jake Tripucka, of the Charlotte Hounds, shares his story about his journey from high school to college, and into Major League Lacrosse.
Don’t let the time off between seasons keep you from becoming a better lacrosse player. Here are tips for improving during the offseason.
1) String a stick in the car or subway… …On the way to the beach or to grandma’s house! If it’s a long trip, string the stick two times or more. Practice makes perfect! 2) Introduce the game to a friend… ….Someone who has never played before. Coaching someone else will help YOUR game improve. […]
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?
I have seen Kyle Harrison give this demo (see below), or a demo very much like it, a couple of times now in my life, and I always enjoy the experience. He hits on a bunch of important points in his speech, shows the kids how he does it, and rips a couple crank shots, which always impresses the kids.
Colton Raichl here with you today with the first installment of Stick Trick Saturday. The purpose of these drills are to improve your stick skills and creativity in your backyard, eventually transferring to the field. You can also impress your friends and have fun with it too.
My name is Steve Dircks and I would like to give you some insight into how I became a Major League Lacrosse player.
Maybe you’re new to lacrosse, or know someone else who is, like a friend, relative, or even one of your parents. If you want to help them along in their journey of learning the game, I highly recommend sharing this post with them!