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The Wall Ball Workout is video series to instruct the simple drills that make up what Rhino Lacrosse considers a quality wall ball session. Each time you play wall ball you should not just be aimlessly throwing the ball against the wall, but picking out a specific spot, moving your feet and should last at least 20 intense minutes of skilled stick work.
What’s up lacrosse players! I have listed below the wall ball routine that I have been using throughout my career. Stick skills are by far the most important facet of the game of lacrosse. If you spend time working on the wall and following this routine I guarantee that you will become a better player. All great lacrosse players have spent hours and hours on the wall. Now that you have the program, it’s up to you to find a wall and get started. Good Luck!
– Ryan Powell #22
Having good stick skills is crucial for improving your abilities in the game of lacrosse. Make a significant contribution to the team by following Ryan Powell’s wall ball work out, as demonstrated by Colton Raichl of Lacrosse All Stars.
FOR BEST RESULTS
1. Find a flat brick or concrete wall at least 10 feet high, the longer the better
2. Every drill that you do- do it with both hands 50 times each!
3. Always wear gloves when you are performing your routine- you play with gloves so why not practice with gloves
4. Stand 5-7 yards away from the wall
5. Perform this routine at least 4-5 times per week
6. Each routine should be at least 20 minutes in length- if you finish all drills in less than 20 minutes, repeat drills starting with the drill that challenged you the most
7. Listening to music always helps me work harder, so crank up the tunes
8. Have fun!