Editor’s Note: We’ve been asking Connor Martin questions about his new lacrosse training tip videos and he’s been responding in his own special vernacular. There’s no shortage of lacrosse knowledge being shared here, and this week we want to know how ConBroChill prepared for the MLL and what it takes to dodge! Physical Dodging First thing I […]
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In order to keep the ball in-bounds and to give my team a better chance of gaining possession, I added the “Goose” to my skill set. This is a very simple but effective skill to add to your repertoire.
Find someone who is at a higher level than you are, and create your own Training Day. Challenge yourself, see how the next elite level works and lives, and raise your game. Take pride in being a small fish in a big pond again, and you might just accomplish more than you thought possible.
Capitalize on your opportunities by eliminating some of the common mistakes shooters make.
The lift check is one of the most effective checks a defenseman can utilize. The “dirty” lift check is a special technique which I have developed in my style of play.
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The Thompson Trio’s incredible run may have ended last weekend against Notre Dame, but the three Albany attackmen certainly have inspired a lot of players with their play. And to think, they became that good at lacrosse from hours of hard work spent playing in the back yard, rather than a fancy summer or recruiting camp.
Once you have clamped the ball, there are a couple of options you have at the face-off X.
Bottom Line: you want to put the ball where only you or your wing players have the opportunity of picking up the ball.
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This dodge is taught less and less, but it’s a beauty. Why is it taught less, and why should it be taught more? Does this dodge require a higher lacrosse IQ? How similar is it to the rocker step in terms of set up? The Z dodge is definitely a hard dodge to pull off and set up in games.