Malcolm Chase earned his path to professional lacrosse the only way he knows - holistically, patiently, and methodically. Lacrosse would take Chase from rural Maine, to LA, Hawaii, Lake Placid and back to New England, earning college accolades and elite tournament wins along the way. He followed his talent to the LXM Pro Tour in 2011-2012 and became the MLL's "oldest" full-season rookie at 35. Chase developed RPM Athlete Performance on the five pillars that made him successful – mind, body, skill, nutrition and recovery. With the passion of our membership and staff, RPM has grown from a small, open-concept gym to a fully-integrated training, performance and education center outside Boston, MA.
Editor’s Note: Malcolm Chase has left the gym long enough to catch up with another man that is…
July 21, 2020
Editor’s Note: We welcome the man, the myth, the animal, Malcolm Chase, back to LaxAllStars.com. Malcolm is one…
May 1, 2020
We're set up to see FIVE great games this weekend for NCAA Championship Weekend (two D1 semis, the D2 final, D3 final, and D1 final), and as usual, long stick midfielders will play a huge part. While there may not be a CJ Costabile of 2014 (then again, there may be!), these guys will play a huge role in how the games turn out.
One of the best parts of being a Cannon in 2013 was the ability to interact with the so many in our community. Last year, after the Marathon bombings, a lot of people in our city were in dyer need of financial and moral support.
April 23, 2014
Nearly a month has passed since my girlfriend and I reluctantly boarded the shuttle to Honolulu Airport for our long trip back to Boston. The 20-30 degree days here in New England have thickened my blood, and the withdrawal symptoms have begun to fade. Still, the fond memories of this amazing lacrosse event, compiled with those of years past, have added to my love for the beautiful place that is Hawaii.
Both the Wimmer Elite and Masters teams went 5-0 to take home the hardware once again. This means many things, but the most important is that the charities that Wimmer Solutions generously donates to on behalf of each lacrosse team that wins their respective division.
It's Hawaii time and Malcolm Chase is running with Wimmer Solutions in the Elite and Masters divisions! His team - his lacrosse family - is off to their usual start, and is currently 3-0 in the Elite and 4-0 in Masters, and looking strong in both divisions.