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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.

Connor Wilson Wesleyan Lacrosse Old School

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.

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Fireside Chat With Kevin Crowley of Sea to Sky Lacrosse Camps

0 - Published December 6, 2012 by in Interviews, Training

Connor Wilson sits down with Kevin Crowley of Sea to Sky Lacrosse Camps to see what this Canadian company is bringing to the lacrosse table.

1000 Ways to Train for Lacrosse

2 - Published November 29, 2012 by in Training

1,000 Ways to Train for Lacrosse is back! We have a special guest that will give some great practice tips to defenders everywhere.

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Wall Ball: Another Approach To Using Both Hands

0 - Published November 21, 2012 by in Training

Everyone always says “hit the wall” and “use both hands” but are we missing something? Can using both hands mean something entirely different? Will it help elevate your game?

The Fall Grind: Quinnipiac Lacrosse

0 - Published November 20, 2012 by in College, NCAA, Training

The Quinnipiac Bobcats got through Judgement Day, and now we get to see what they did during the rest of fall ball. Lots of shooting, wall ball work and… handball? Yup, handball.

Stick Skills with the USMNT

0 - Published November 14, 2012 by in Training

U-19 USMNT players Dan Seglio and Mike Tagliaferri teach you how to improve your game!

Get In Your Ten: First Snow in NYC

0 - Published November 7, 2012 by in Training

Get In Your Ten! This quick video spreads the word that wall ball is like the postal office: Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night…

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How To Improve Between Fall Ball And The Spring

2 - Published November 1, 2012 by in Training

After fall ball ends, and the before the season begins, there is a window where players can make huge gains, or allow for big losses. Where will you be when the season starts?

Stick Tricks in the City: The Hurricane Sandy

2 - Published October 29, 2012 by in Stick Tricks, Training

Braving Hurricane Sandy with a lacrosse stick trick named after the storm! When are you submitting YOUR Easton Stealth Core stick trick video?

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What You Do When No One Is Looking…

0 - Published October 24, 2012 by in Training

Two very talented players took two very different paths to greatness, so what makes a player great? Is it the work no one sees? Or the work everyone when everyone is looking?


Lacrosse Practice Priorities: Scrimmage Vs. Drills

1 - Published October 23, 2012 by in College, High School, Training, Youth

Connor Wilson explores the benefits of drills vs. scrimmaging, and how your team can make the best use of its time during practice.