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Stick Trick Saturday powered by Wolf Athletics: Fist Bump

Stick Trick Saturday: The Fist Bump

Season 2 of Stick Trick Saturday kicks off with The Fist Bump, a creative stick trick most intermediate lacrosse players should be able to master.

Editor’s note: Today we’re pleased to kick off an all new season of Stick Trick Saturday thanks to the unyielding support of Wolf Athletics, the newest innovative lacrosse company to join our stable of LAS Partners. SEASON 2 features a new host, an improved format, and some of the most amazing scenery from today’s up and coming lacrosse towns. We hope you enjoy!

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Welcome to SEASON 2 of Stick Trick Saturday! We’re kicking things off with what I like to call “The Fist Bump”, a creative stick trick most intermediate lacrosse players should be able to master.

I’m sure you’re familiar with the phrase “practice makes permanent,” right? When trying to master a stick trick, it’s important to be realistic about the expectations you set for yourself. Let the ball drop on the ground as many times as it takes. It make take you a hundred, or even a thousand, attempts before you can land The First Bump with ease, and let me be the first to tell you — there’s nothing wrong with that.

Remember, daily repetitions and core strength are as vital to landing a sick stick trick as eye-hand coordination and soft hands. Be sure to catch the end of this episode to pick up some important training tips from me on how to quickly master a new stick trick.

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Now it’s time for this week’s Stick Trick Challenge: Upload a video clip of YOU landing  The Fist Bump in the comments section below (you must sign-up or sign-in to comment), and we’ll hit you with an LAS Prize Pack. The deadline to enter is next Saturday, when the next episode goes live!

Enjoy this week’s episode? Use the buttons below to tell your lacrosse-loving friends! Sharing your passion for stick tricks is a great way to help grow the game.

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