This simple variation of the classic Triangle Passing Drill is a great way to get your players' heads up and feet moving. By having your players run down the line before catching the pass, you can work on moving without the ball, leading passes, and catching and throwing on the run.
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The 4-on-3 Fast Break happens multiple times in every lacrosse game, especially with youth and beginners. No matter what level you coach, it's critical you teach all your offensive and defensive players to recognize and respond to this common situation properly. Make sure your team understands how to work the numbers advantage so they can score!
One of the most most fundamental passing and catching drills out there, Triangle Passing is great way to get your players' eyes up and feet moving toward the ball. Whether they need work moving to space, catching and throwing on the run, changing hands, or cutting off-ball, this is the drill for you.
Lacrosse is all about speed, change of speed and direction, and recovery time. Lacrosse players need to be explosive, fast, and able to recover quickly. Get your conditioning done in practice in just four minutes with Tabata sprints. You can even have your players carry a ball so they can work on dodging, cradling and field vision […]
This is a simple variation of the 2-on-1 Man/Ball Drill to teach youth, high school, and college lacrosse players to turn a loose ball into a goal-scoring opportunity from anywhere on the field. It's great for conditioning and toughness, and it imitates game situations. Plus it's probably the most basic way to teach your players to […]
This is a simple variation of the 2-on-1 Man/Ball Drill to teach youth, high school, and college lacrosse players to turn a loose ball into a goal-scoring opportunity. It's great for conditioning and toughness, and it imitates game situations. Plus it's probably the most basic way to teach your players to understand the 2-on-1, even if […]
The 2-on-1 Man/Ball Drill is a classic ground ball lax drill. Youth, high school, and college coaches alike will find this drill a crucial part of their practice arsenal. It's great for conditioning and toughness, and it imitates game situations. Plus it's probably the most basic way to teach your players to understand the 2-on-1, […]
Lacrosse terms come from all over the world. Even though it is a Native American sport, the name "la crosse" is French for "crooked stick." But why do coaches and players all use the same terms in practice and games every week? What do they mean? In today's Lax Lingo we want to talk about why we […]
The sport of lacrosse is always evolving, and even the simplest drills sometimes need to be shaken up. Today, coaches at camps, clinics, and practices all across the nation are rethinking one of the most basic and familiar drills in the game--the Man/Ball Drill--and working with players to think ball first, hit second.
We spend a lot of time at camps and clinics, and we go to a lot of summer club tournaments where several hundred teams are attending from all over the country. We listen to coaches in between games to hear what they are teaching their players now. We notice when things that were important ten or twenty […]