Even the most experienced coaches fall into the habit of repeating the same lacrosse drills on a weekly or even daily basis. There’s nothing wrong with repeating drills, but as we all know, players crave excitement and changing up the daily routine can help not only infuse excitement into the practice, it can also help […]
James Foote is the offensive coordinator of the Flagler College men’s lacrosse team, which will play its inaugural NCAA Division II season in 2021-22, and the Southeast Territory Manager for Powell Lacrosse. The Salisbury Shooting drill is one of his many favorite offensive lacrosse drills that he will highlight and explain on Lax All Stars. […]
If you play offense, you need to be a great lacrosse shooter. That’s just the way it is. Here are FIVE ways to score more goals and be a better shooter!
One man can accomplish a good deal on his own. With hard work and dedication, almost anything is possible, but it rarely comes easy. A team, or large group can accomplish much more, but that’s not always an option… Sometimes it’s just you and a friend. Let’s talk about The Power Of Two!
Connor Wilson explores the benefits of drills vs. scrimmaging, and how your team can make the best use of its time during practice.
Connor Wilson delivers five great trick shots for you to master this summer. What are your favorite trick shots to practice?
Rob Pannell shows off his time and room shooting skills at Maximum Lacrosse Camps in New York City. Connor breaks down what makes Pannell so deadly and how YOU can get to Rob’s level!
Max Seibald, one of the best lacrosse players in the world, shares his three keys to shooting on the run while at Maximum Lacrosse Camp in New York City.
LaxAllStars.com caught up with Max Seibald at Maximum Lacrosse Camps in New York City, where we learned that Max has a serious distaste for the corners of lacrosse goals.
Connor Wilson is back from box lacrosse in Prague and is sore and exhausted! Taking his experiences into account, he has come up with a training guide for box lacrosse. It’s a different game and requires specific training and preparation!
We’ve all seen a couple of amazing one handed goals in college lacrosse this year, but the trend is exploding and will become a regular feature on a lacrosse field near YOU very soon.
Connor Wilson has often used other people shooting overhand to show you how valuable it is. Now he gives you a first hand story on its benefits. Plus you get to see Connor take a pretty solid hit. That’s always fun, right?!?!?!? He’s so OLD!