Tips and advice from coaches, pro lacrosse players, training experts, and more.
In lacrosse and life, the key to success is massive failure. it's all about how you can learn from those mistakes and fight to be a better person, player and teammate every day.
Is bench pressing necessary for the lacrosse athlete? No, but having a strong upper body is, and that is where the bench press can validate itself in the context of a strength and conditioning program.
Learn a few lessons about facing off in lacrosse from NLL and Iroquois all-star, Jeremy Thompson.
I wasn't 100% sure as to what to expect from Rorke Denver's speech to the US Lacrosse crowd, but I knew it would have to do with two things: 1) lacrosse, and 2) the Navy SEALs.
There are right and wrong ways to build core strength. Let Volt Coach Jace clear up some misconceptions and get you on track for the season!
Lacrosse athletes—and all athletes in general—will benefit from progressing into heavy squats. While enticing, the road to big weight on the bar starts by mastering unloaded movement mechanics first.
What are some of the risks of creativity, how can we counteract those risks, and where does creativity fit into the sport of lacrosse?
Nina Dunay of the Liberty lacrosse team drops one of the better quotes that we have heard in a long while. She uses PB&J to relate lacrosse to fitness.