Stick Trick Saturday: Buddy Pass and Stall Tips
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Stick Trick Saturday: Buddy Pass and Stall Tips

Editor’s note: Welcome back to new season of Stick Trick Saturday thanks to the unyielding support of Wolf Athletics, one of the most innovative lacrosse companies 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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Thanks for checking out another week of Stick Trick Saturday. I’ve got my Ghost Shaft in hand and I’m ready to rock!

Last week I was challenged on YouTube to complete two different tasks.

  1. Give Tips on Stalling
  2. Passing with Stalls

The first one is a bit simple but often overlooked. I use stalls to begin, end and even connect tricks through combos in all of my videos.

I’m sure it can be frustrating to follow along each week if you’re still having a few hiccups when mastering the stall.

The second request couldn’t have come at a more perfect time! The best way for me to get really comfortable with stalling is the same way you build your other stick skills…WALL BALL!

Practicing your buddy passes with a friend is great, but that’s relying on having a friend that’s equally good at stalling or better, so I just use the wall!

Start slow and remember to use those soft hands! Once you’re hitting the wall, start getting creative, I promise these tips and routines are going to help improve your stick trick game.

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Now it’s time for this week’s Stick Trick Challenge: Upload a video clip of YOU landing some nasty Buddy Passes 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 deadlne to enter is next Saturday, when the next episode goes live!

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