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Mark Glicini is the guest on the New Year's Day 2021 special episode of the Going Offsides podcast, offering wisdom and advice for laxers.

Mark Glicini – Going Offsides

Happy New Year, everyone! We’ve made it through 2020, and I know we’re all looking forward to what 2021 has to offer. Today’s very special guest is professional lacrosse player Mark Glicini.

Most of us, players, coaches, parents, and fans missed all or part of the last spring season, which now puts extra weight on having a successful season this year. This is where Mark Glicini comes in. Not only is he one of the best defensive midfielders in the world, he is also extremely passionate about performance and training. While he does offer training in the traditional sense, today we’re focusing on mental performance and mental conditioning.

So, you think you have goals set for 2021. Now, how are you going to meet them? Could it be possible to exceed them? Listening to today’s episode will not only give you insight into Mark Glicini the lacrosse player, but it will also help you learn about sports psychology and provide you with tips to achieve your goals. Plus, everything we discuss in this episode is actionable.

You’ll also get to hear his personal thoughts on the merger between the PLL and MLL and professional lacrosse as a whole.

Last Week:

We spoke about the PLL merger and the future of professional lacrosse, including what we think may happen with the now-defunct MLL brands.

If you feel this episode helped you in anyway and you want to speak with Mark Glicini about becoming a client you can reach him through his website, or on social media (Twitter, Instagram).

As always, make sure to hit us up on Instagram @going_offsides_podcast and Twitter @goingoffsides to see what’s going on with the pod, who we’re having next, and for some sweet giveaways. Head to for awesome swag and discounts on lacrosse items.

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