It sounds cliché, but it’s the golden rule in lacrosse: hit the wall. We’ve all heard it from our first practice as children to our angry college coaches who saw us drop one too many passes: HIT. THE. WALL. So, you’ll want to know some lacrosse wall ball drills. I’ve assembled five great videos to […]
Do you want to become a dominant lacrosse player on the defensive side of the ball? Connor Wilson hits us with three major tips for improving your game!
SHOW US YOUR WALL! We’re creating a Global Wall Database. Submit your favorite wall(s) today!
Nothing like wet mesh and sidewall stalls. Mason Powell chills poolside in Reno, Nevada, on a beautiful sunny day.
Team USA and Ohio Machine Attackman, Marcus Holman shows us his wall ball routine and explains how it’s helped him improve.
Voting is open until Friday, June 26th at 11:59 pm for Round 1 of the Stick Trick Saturday Combo Contest presented by LaxAllStars.com!
To focus on the stick of a pro or top level college player too much is a mistake for sure. So how can you get away from caring about your actual stick so much, and start to focus on your stick skills? I’ve got one simple tip that you may find bizarre, but that you will also love once you try it.
This week we take a break from stick tricks and are focusing more on individual moves that improve your stick skills overall as a player.
With all the hand-eye work we do in lacrosse, footwork can be one of the most highly underrated skill requirements, but if you watch the best players in the world you’ll notice their footwork is often what sets them apart.
While at the 2014 US Lacrosse convention, we took in a lot of lacrosse knowledge that we would love to share with you. Watch as Dave Pietramala, head coach of the Johns Hopkins University men’s lacrosse team elaborates on the importance of building stick skills.
Lacrosse standouts at younger ages are often the bigger kids, or the best natural athletes, but that isn’t always the case… in fact, sometimes you see a kid who lacks BOTH size AND speed, and yet he STILL manages to impress. This is one of those cases…
U-19 USMNT players Dan Seglio and Mike Tagliaferri teach you how to improve your game!