Virginia, 5V4 Munro Lacrosse Drill
It is awesome!
Lars Tiffany always – always delivers a great podcast with a ton of new lacrosse drills. His drills are definitely among the most popular on my site. In this case a new lacrosse drill that features incredible support for transition lacrosse teams, a few new twists, quick reps and Riding and Clearing fundamentals all in one…
At this point after 150 plus hours of podcasts with great NCAA lacrosse coaches I was close to thinking I had seen it all on transition drills. Until this podcast.
The drill is a full field drill with 5V4 at each end, with Goalies. Nothing new so far eh? However there are some awesome wrinkles in this version of the drill which Coach Tiffany credits Jamie Munro with sharing. However, Coach Tiffany got what he expected and was surprised that he got even more.
So we are 5V4 at one end and then 5V4 at the other end… we roll the ball out to one end of the field, and we go back and forth from one end to the other end, like a full field transition toggle drill. This is where it gets interesting,
1. In this drill there is a strict ten second count down for the team with the five offensive players to get off a shot.
2. In this drill there is a strict ten-second count to get the ball cleared from one end to the other.
3. But, you are gonna love this, — the team clearing after the shot cannot cross the midfield line.
4. As we go back and forth in fast transition and pressure rides and clears, the groups are on the field for two minutes before substitutions and we play the next two minutes.
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So, once there is a shot, goal or a save, the clearing team only has ten seconds to clear the ball, but even with the goalie we are clearing 5V5, and heavy pressure. Thus somebody needs to cut or somebody needs to carry effectively. (Still not carrying across the midfield line) The ten-second clock is critical, if the time is close to running out we need a long pass to the other end, the drill does not stop.
What Coach Tiffany did not expect was how this lacrosse drill “morphs” into a full field pressure riding and clearing drill. And even if, as a coach you do not ride with pressure, at the end of the game if you need the ball, you may need to. This is a fun and fast way to get repetitions here.
And even if, as a coach, you do not run a ten-man ride, you might need to run a variation at the end of the game if you need the ball. At Virginia they experiment with the riding goalie coming out of the crease into coverage as you might in a tight pressure full field ride as well as leaving the four defenders to ride with pressure with the goalie in the cage.
If as a coach, you have no interest in a ten-man ride, chances are you will see it at some point in the season, thus having players move to get open in the clearing game, especially since we cannot carry the ball over the midfield line, again it is great exposure. But remember, nine and ten man pressure rides can create or dictate tempo for transition teams.
If you have a U15 team, or smaller roster numbers you might try this drill with the cages moved just ten yards closer, or as a 3V2 on one or both ends.
At Virginia, they also run the same drill occasionally as 6V5 on each end just to change it up as well. Regardless, Coach Tiffany shared that he runs this drill twice a week for 12 to 15 minutes.
I am looking forward to trying this one! Please leave your comments below! Or email me at [email protected]
A Lacrosse Weekend 4.18.20
Apr 18, 2020
Welcome to “A Lacrosse Weekend” my weekly compilation of thoughts, ideas, stories, myths, truths, about the great game of lacrosse. I hope you enjoy it!
Virtual Lacrosse Summit
What a week of learning! One of my favorite things to do is to continue to “Sharpen the Saw” and Q2 VLS once again did the trick. Below is a list of what I got from these talks!
Tom Mariano, Head Coach Pace University and MLL Bayhawks: I love Tommy’s Keep Away Drill Called the Rondo Drill, where there are two 10×10 boxes, one with a 4v2 and the other with a 5v2, where the offense tries to move the ball with in and between boxes. The 5v2 box opens up a great “Wall Pass” option. I love this drill!
Kelly Amonte-Hiller, Head Coach Northwestern: The Wildcats have made a phenomenal improvement in their shooting percentage over the past few years with a commitment to shot selection and working on shooting ON GOALIES! NU has three goalies on the roster and employs two men’s goalies from the club team as managers, which give the ‘Cats a chance to shoot on live goalies. Total game changer!
Jana Drummond, Associate Head Coach UMass: Jana’s presentation on 2v2 Defense was centered around defending 2man game. My big take away from this webinar was her emphasis on pressure! Specifically ball pressure and double teams. This attacking and dictating style of defense is fun and effective!
Colleen Magarity, Head Coach Penn Charter, Director HHH Lacrosse: Colleen is as good of a coach as you will find at any level. Her combination of expertise and her mindset is incredible. She inspires toughness while being fun, discipline and high expectations with empathy. The drills, skills and concepts in this webinar are a part-whole build up to running pressure man to man defense in women’s lacrosse.
Gerry Byrne, Head Coach Harvard: I am a self proclaimed disciple of Gerry Byrne and I use every opportunity to learn from him. Like a proud father, Gerry broke down defensive clips from the PLL Whipsnakes vs Redwoods championship game in which there were six of his former players: Matt Landis, Eddy Glazener, Garrett Epple, Jon Sexton, Sergio Perkovic and Jack Near. Gerry’s attention to detail and the way he breaks down film is second to none! The concept that I loved was the way GB described Glazener’s “exit” from an on ball role to an off ball help role. You can steal time from the offense with a great exit!
Selena Lasota, Northwestern 2019 1st Team AA and Tewaaraton Finalist: I find Selena’s journey fascinating: growing up the daughter of a fisherman in a remote part of Vancouver Island, BC, Lasota learned lacrosse primarily in the backyard and playing boys box lacrosse. Her game shows it! The way she plays “Free” and with her backyard/box lacrosse instincts are quite apparent!
Kayla Treanor, Assistant Coach Boston College, Team USA: This webinar gives viewers an inside look at KT’s game! With a highlight video of some of Kayla’s all time great plays, she breaks down her though process, her techniques, and how she learned the game! I love KT’s combo of her KT split, her post ups, her fakes and the way she shoots around screens and behind the back.
Check out this video of the KT Split!
Dave Kotowski, Founder Team Elevate Lacrosse: Dave K was my college roommate and has become a leader in the world of girls lacrosse. It’s fascinating to hear his take on the effects of COVID-19 on college lacrosse recruiting.
Eddie Comeau, Head Coach Georgia Swarm: The ABC’s of Indoor Offense is the title of Eddies talk which is backed by an amazing reel of clips from Swarm games with the likes of Lyle Thompson, Miles Thompson, Randy Staats, Shane Jackson and Zack Miller. The simplicity of of box concepts is on display with these world class players. You will love the “Spin Seal!” Here’s an example!
Jamie Munro, JM3 Sports: The Penn State Offense is one of my favorite all time webinars! I love the way Jeff Tambroni has installed this offense and the way it has evolved. You will love the X’s and O’s, but the drills are even better! Here’s a preview!
JP Brazel, Defensive Coordinator and Goalie Coach, Stony Brook University: JP’s breakdown of “What went wrong” is a look at the goals allowed in a 11-10 overtime win versus Brown. The analysis of each play, what happened and what SBU could have done differently, as well as a goalie analysis is a fascinating way to learn lacrosse!
Tim McCormack, Head Coach Arizona State: Playing Free is the title of this presentation which was extremely powerful. A model for giving your team power to make decisions and the drills that build it up! You will love the Keep Away and “Three Square” games!
Andrew Baxter, Head Coach Fairfield University: AB’s presentation on Transition Offense and Defense was marvelous! Simple and smart with GREAT drills! “Finishing your cut” is a concept Coach Baxter emphasized which resonated with me big time! This is worth watching!
Jim Stagnitta, Head Coach PLL Whipsnakes: this presentation is a fascinating look at how to Coach “Capacity over Capability. ” Jim’s new leadership development company called Prodromos has created an amazing combination of theory and practicality. You will be able to implement specifics into your teams culture development plan and practices!
Kylie Ohlmiller, NCAA All-Time scoring leader, Team USA: This fascinating webinar is based on the eight athletes that most impacted Kylie’s mentality, her game, and provided her with inspiration: Kobe Bryant, Rob Pannell, Jen Adams, Steph Curry, Katrina Dowd, Mikey Powell, Abby Wambach and Michele Tumulo.
Kevin Corrigan, Head Coach Notre Dame: Kevin’s talk on Riding and Clearing is a masterpiece. I’m telling you this: nobody is better at the full field game of men’s lacrosse than KC. The way he teaches communication, basic principles, and the drills he uses are phenomenal. Here’s my breakdown of one of the drills KC discusses.
Marie McCool, Team USA, 1st Team All-America North Carolina: this player breakdown is some of Marie’s best highlights combined with her personality and articulation of what she’s doing, why she’s doing it, and how she learned it! You will love the drills she provided from her dad filming her too! Here’s a sweet highlight video!
Justin Tuma, Defensive Coordinator High Point University: Justin’s topic was Adding Personality to your Defense in which he details how HPU uses pressure, double teams and zone to mix into their defense, which resulted in a few of the biggest wins in DI lacrosse!
John Galloway, Head Coach Jacksonville University: Coach Galloway took a deep dive into practice planning that was phenomenal! Learn how to create consistency, themes, and an identity for your team as well as how this type of disciplined planning will help you win games!
Steve Brundage, Offensive Coordinator Hobart College: Brundy’s talk on early offense was off the charts! It is so simple, yet so awesome! If you watched their Syracuse game, you will remember how fast and how smart they played! This is a must watch webinar! I love the way they Center the ball, hold their wings, exchange a midfielder with an attackman, and continue to attack from transition, through subbing and right into 6v6! Watch the highlights from the Hobart / Cuse game and you will see what he’s talking about!
Have a great weekend!
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Beacon Middle School Lacrosse Camp
Check in/out: All campers check-in daily at 9:15 am. The full day campers will check out daily at 2:30 pm with our half day campers checking out at 12:30 pm.
Age & Ability: Our camp is open to ages 6-16, Our half-day camp option is open to ages 6-10 and our full day camp option is open to ages 9-16. All ability and levels are welcomed.
Meals: Campers are to bring their own lunch to camp.
9:15 – Campers arrive and check in; Stretching and warm-up
9:30 – First Session – Individualized skill work
10:15 – Position specific training
10:30 – Break, team building and leadership events
10:45 – Unsettled situational game play
12:30 – Supervised group lunch, Half-Day Campers depart
12:45 – Camp games and team building events
1:00 – Team Concepts – Settled game awareness and play
2:00 – Team games – Scrimmages
2:30 – Daily review and award ceremony – Full-Day Campers depart
Morning Training Session 1
Fundamental Stick Work – Specialized stick routines and targeted fundamental drills
Defense – including a rotation of midfielders
Footwork – pivot, recovery, and angles
Stickwork – clearing, carrying, and stick protection
Field Awareness – recovery and on-ball play
Situational Awareness – spacing, vision, and offensive flow
Shooting– time and room, on the run, shot placement and selection
Dodging – from X, the ally, and up top
Clearing and Riding
Situational Awareness – spacing, vision, and offensive flow
Shooting– time and room, on the run, shot placement and selection
Dodging – from X, the ally, and up top
Defensive Play – body positioning and field awareness
Communication – ball positioning, dictating the defense’s positions and player positioning
Mechanics – placement in a cage, off the stick, and stick side movement
Clearing – Moving the ball quickly, communicating where to go with the ball, and stick work
Mechanics – footwork and body positioning
Outlets – pushing the ball to wings, communicating how and where they should go
Draw – speed work, counter moves and development of additional moves
Morning Training Session 2
Unsettled Situational Game Play, focused on special awareness specific to each type of situation
2v1 Fast play from the ally, X and Y
Crossfield 3v2 continuous play
3v4 off ground ball and clears
Full field transitional continuous play
Chalk Talk – Reviewing techniques and game theories specific to the players position and the weeks on field technical activities
Afternoon Training Session 1
Grouped Position Specific Training- Attack vs. Defense, Midfield vs. Midfield
1v1’s, 2v2’s 3v3’s, 4v4’s– from all positions on the field focusing in
on specific game philosophy’s, techniques and spatial awareness
Specialized Team Building and Leadership Events
Lacrosse capture the flag, lax baseball, lax water balloons, lax maze runner, ultimate lacrosse and other leadership activities
Afternoon Training Session 2
Game Play – Clear ride scrimmage, full field scrimmages, camp championship tournament, 7 vs 7, small field lacrosse tournament
Daily Award Ceremony
lacrosse shooting technique drills
Premier Lacrosse League’s Academy regional overnight lacrosse camps for boys and girls. Lacrosse Goalie Drills & Tips. High level shooting training, combined with the fun of saving and shooting! Shooting is like delivering a pass, the only difference being that your target is stationary and protected by a goalie. Learn to love the weightroom. Training. An example of this would be to run while shooting the ball (not just stand and shoot). 3 Shots Live Routine. Hold the stick such that the dominant hand is across your body. Coach Wheeler. Lacrosse All Stars and The Lacrosse Network both have some pretty good videos of what proper Wall Ball practice routines should look like. Lacrosse Drills Canadian Box Lacrosse Drills Canadian Box Lacrosse Drills Box Lacrosse Pick & Roll Shooting Drill. Watch as Coach John Danowski explains and players demonstrate these warm-up shooting drills. Take action and remember these tips: Grip Body position Arm motion Crow hops Turn body Release ball Lacrosse Cradling Techniques Video Prerequisites: CLU-102, CLU-201 Before we get into the goods, IT IS IMPORTANT that we remember the basics of goaltending from footwork to hand movement to proper body and step technique. But to earn this coveted spot on the field, it requires practicing lacrosse attack drills that develop the crucial skills of dodging, shooting and passing. When doing any form of lacrosse training, it’s best to simulate a game-like environment as much as possible. Holding the lacrosse stick in our fingertips using our wrist and elbows and arms, we are going to move them up and down in a cradling motion, keeping the ball in the pocket of our lacrosse sticks, just like this. Cones if needed 2. Lacrosse Shooting Drills with Joey Sankey. D. SHOOTING. A more effective way to learn and improve lacrosse skills. The finer skills of playing defense are also taught and demonstrated. The head of the stick should be kept in the “box” near the opposite ear. Come join Stanford Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach Paul Jepsen and his staff at Menlo-Atherton High School this winter and take your game to the next level! Matt Ward breaks down the proper technique for lacrosse shooting in this video. The Shooting Videos demonstrate a technique that Salisbury State’s best shooters use practicing and perfecting straight overhand shooting. We always cover the same basic lacrosse skills—catching, throwing, cradling, shooting, dodging, defensive footwork, and positioning—but we shake things up by introducing different drills and games. Fun, competitive drills that bring focus on up-tempo competition and applying what they’ve learn to live drills that simulate game play. In addition to the drills listed below, you should also run exercises with players going one-on-one against a goalie and small scrimmages to see how accurate players are in game situations. Another could be dodge, run, then shoot. … lessons will focus on developing basic fundamentals as well as advanced concepts using a variety of individualized drills. Each 90 minute session will push the players thru high tempo shooting drills. Players form 2 lines about 15 yards in front of goal, each will a pile of balls. Turn the corner, step away, rocker step, and inside roll are highlighted. Warm up drill. Before we jump in, here is a list of drills I like to use to get my goalies ready to go! Bounce Pass. Finalizer Dodge and Shot featuring Joey Sankey. This drill implements proper dodging and shooting technique. Lacrosse Goalie Drills & Tips. What you will need to get started is a field, a cage, a stick, lacrosse balls and cones. Clinics participants will be taught the proper shooting technique by breaking down the shooting process. Purpose- to move the ball as a team across the field without dropping it to the other side to score points 3. Lacrosse Drills. How to Perfect Your Lacrosse Shot Video. OT Sports Video Series: No. 4 Drills you can do with just a net and lacrosse balls! A complete shooter has a variety of moves and can beat a goalie with a variety of shots on any given day. Shooting on the Run Technique. This course will teach the fundamentals of lacrosse and how to drill them. Each plan has drills that can be easily seen on Kudda.com. You can use the following drill to practice this technique. To become a faster shooter, we must simultaneously become a more accurate shooter. This page provides details on the lacrosse alley dodge. This particular challenge will consist of 5 different drills, all of which should be done from 6-7 feet distance from the Wall(or bounce back). Developmental: Drills focus on developing and further improving stick skills, dodging, shooting, footwork and proper checking technique. The proper shooting position is to have a slight bend in your knees, in an athletic position. DRILLS: (Beginners 30 reps with each hand) 5 Lacrosse Attack Print/Download This Drill Basic Information Age Group: Throwing technique; By using film in slow motion you can learn more about the goalies techniques then you can simply by taking shots and watching. FIGHT CLUB LACROSSE IS A FIRST-CLASS LACROSSE TRAINING PROGRAM THAT FOCUSES ON POSITION-SPECIFIC TRAINING AND SKILL-DEVELOPMENT CAMPS & CLINICS. Lacrosse Shooting Drills- Over the Goal In this clinic, Coach Horsey goes thru a series of drills to teach the fundamentals of shooting. Catching a lacrosse ball is a skill that should be developed at a young age in order to be a great lacrosse player. Star Drill. Goaltending is a crucial element to any lacrosse team and is by far and away the most unique position in lacrosse. High school lacrosse players may only practice 6-8 hours per week. In this intensive lacrosse training course, Washington Bayhawks’ Matt Ward explains his philosophy on the sport and demonstrates his methods for coaching young lacrosse players with a focus on developing the proper skills necessary to achieve success down the line. I focus on little details of proper technique of throwing and catching and shooting the ball. Every team needs good shooters. Last Thursday, Jamie Munro and the 3d Lacrosse staff welcomed a couple dozen lacrosse coaches (and me) to their headquarters in Denver to check out some of Jamie’s teaching methods, many of which pull on his experience and observation of the box/field hybrid system that he’s helped to popularize. When you start out, it’s okay to look at the lacrosse stick, making sure that the ball stays where it needs to be. A list of available videos appears below along with pricing options. Today I’m going to share another 12 lacrosse goalie drills that will improve your game.. GOALIE BASICS. Various other Goaltender Videos Goaltending Getting set to shooter. — US Lacrosse has published videos of 44 speaker presentations from the 2019 US Lacrosse Convention (LaxCon) at the organization’s e-learning website, learning.uslacrosse.org, for review on demand by lacrosse coaches, officials and organizational leaders. Proper Cross hand technique: This is the similar to two hand technique. Players take turns running and shooting, aiming for the backside 1/3 of the goal. He talks about having your hands back (not out) and follow through. Basics of the Lacrosse Shot. Duke – Archive of men’s drills, coaching philosophy, and strength and agility programs explained by Duke (men’s) U.S. Lacrosse – Archive of men’s and women’s lacrosse drills ; Goalie Drills – Drills for goalies ; Assorted drills – Faceoffs, shooting, dodging, and wall ball; Faceoff Drills – Essential faceoff drills … There are a couple of drills that you can do to practice you overhand shot, and perfect your lacrosse shooting techniques. The key parts of shooting they hit on include front foot placement, hips, stomach, chest, shoulders and hands. Lacrosse Shooting Techniques This page provides instructions & tips on a wide variety of lacrosse shooting techniques. 9. Shooting drills like the highly effective semi-circle drill are also included. Hi, I’m Paul. Star drill is to improve the ball movement detection technique and following it up with passing and/or catching. The four lacrosse basics shots should be practiced including the overhand long shot, the underhand long shot, the sidearm long shot and the backhand shot. These video drills cover every skill area, including sprints, stick technique, scoring, defense, offense, rhythm, and teamwork. Each Session will work fundamentals but focus on different core shooting technique and give each players hundreds of reps in a short time period. Lacrosse Training Videos for Girls. These drills include: passing and shooting on a target, in-tight shooting with a fake, 3-man shooting, 2-shots with a dodge, and 2-shots with an off-ball move. 39 minutes. In this girls lacrosse video you will learn the basics of bounce shots. After shooting, players rotate to the next line. 2) The pocket in your stick. Shooting bounce shots. 10030 Green Level Church Road Suite 802 #1241 Cary, NC 27519 Office Phone: 919-457-8760. You can improve with drills like shooting from the ground, practicing without a ball, and strength training. Shooting Technique & Drills for Championship Lacrosse With John Danowski. To achieve accuracy and speed when passing and shooting, lacrosse players must be able to propel the ball from the stick with a wrist “snap.” You can build wrist strength and develop a quick release by practicing wall ball drills regularly. I’m here today with Nick Schmidt who’s one of our great regional directors. To identify your club’s best offensive weapons, it’s important to run shooting drills to test athletes’ accuracy. This is one of our favorite shooting clinics that we run all year. We are offering 3 separate day camps in … 10 min. Players must develop the ability to jump off the inside foot to create space between them and the defender. Cones if needed 2. To run through this drill, you will need a speed and agility ladder, cones and a goal. Board Drill #1. Shooting accuracy. Each Session will work fundamentals but focus on different core shooting technique and give each players hundreds of reps in a short time period. Lacrosse Cradling Techniques Video GOALIE BASICS. This is a great pregame warm-up shooting drill we got from some of our Canadian college players. Finalizer Dodge and Shot featuring Joey Sankey. Even goalies like to step in and let one rip. Nick’s going to help us demonstrate proper shooting technique. Wall Ball Drill Stage 1 – Quick Stick/Rapid Fire: Line up 3-5 yds from a concrete wall or LAX WALL. The regular, short and close shot are skills that require good technique and practice and are demonstrated as well. Shooting. The bounce shot is a great weapon in girls’ lacrosse because it can be a much harder shot for goalies to stop. Contact Us. Campers will work on shooting off the dribble, shooting off the pass, free throws, and more through a mix of shooting drills, shooting games and game scenarios. Player development is the most important and least emphasized component of lacrosse throughout the nation. We will use video analysis to study and improve release patterns, body mechanics, and technique and our coaches will share the process they used to refine their game. These drills provide a variety of shots, allow for constant movement, and improve shooting technique. Here’s five drills, designed by current Chelsea Technical Skills coach and Head Coach at My Personal Football Coach Saul Isaksson Hurst, to help you develop better ball-striking … In the game of lacrosse, successful offensive plays require several elements of strength and technique, including agility, coordination, and accuracy while shooting and passing.To build skill in these areas, players will need to work on form and stick handling while also building strength and responsiveness in the core. 2007. For more drills that can generate rapid improvements in specific game situations, players and lacrosse coaches can explore the growing list of video tutorials in the lacrosse training section of KbandsTraining.com. Hold the stick such that the dominant hand is across your body. Our main goal is to enhance and develop lacrosse specific skills while teaching players how to implement these skills in game situations. This is a place where you can lose a lot of technique but it is too detailed to get into here. The first drill that you can do is to shoot on net. Shooting Drills with Paul Rabil Video. Shooting Technique & Drills for Championship Lacrosse at 2ndPrice.com. Using simple cues, Coach Davis shares an easy, reproducible way to teach lacrosse basics. Before we jump in, here is a list of drills I like to use to get my goalies ready to go! Each drill is executed from the right and left with emphasis on technique. Loose Balls and Picks. As a coach I am a stickler on fundamentals. Drills on your own are what separate the good players from the elite players. All skill-sets will be practiced in the form of drills that encourage high reputations to proper technique. Matt Danowski offers a great explanation of lacrosse shooting technique in this video, emphasizing the importance of following through with the back shoulder. A complete shooter has a variety of moves and can beat a goalie with a variety of shots on any given day. Lacrosse Drills and Practice Plans Ball Control – Scooping and Catching This is the first, most basic concept in lacrosse, but it still is extremely important. Setup: Players shoot bounce shots from up top. Matt’s keys to a good, hard lacrosse shot include stepping toward the target, proper hand position to generate power, getting a good coil, and shooting high to low. … – Proper shooting technique (all players, but goalies) Positional Footwork Attack: Proper dodging and riding mechanics Learn how to shoot a lacrosse ball in this video. SPARKS, Md. Technique: It is a pretty fair statement to say that everyone likes to shoot. When I was 12 years old, I was given my first stick. This is a basic lacrosse shooting technique used when attacking from topside. The best way to approach these issues is to design shooting drills that require all players to dribble and pull up for jump shots, especially midrange shots. With a number of these specific skill clinics, passing is a key skill that’s needed to help complete the drills, and specifically, being a good passer is needed to run a triangle offense and fast breaks, along with being adept at clears and wing play. Beyond lacrosse training, the Shoot n Scoops work great as goals for small ball. Pros Meg Douty, Molly Hendrick and Michele Tumolo Demonstrate Backyard Lacrosse Drills . Offense Kara Sanford December 14, 2019 Shooting. Most youth lacrosse teams begin each practice with a series of line drills to get into a groove. Procedure The second way to incorporate economical training, and proper lacrosse coaching technique is to create stations. DRILLS:(Beginners 30 reps with each hand) The following drills provide an excellent way to develop and improve shooting off the dribble. Coach Aslanian’s 4 Shooting Drills for Everyone! Players will participate in drills that they can replicate during their practice after the clinic. Focus on technique and repetition. Shooting on the Run Video. His shuttle drills also develop good dodging skills. Aug 24, 2018 – Explore Project High Five’s board “Lacrosse Drills” on Pinterest. The key parts of shooting they hit on include front foot placement, hips, stomach, chest, shoulders and hands. Proper Cross hand technique: This is the similar to 2-hand technique. Shooting hard. Lacrosse Goalie Drills & Tips. The skills and drills in this video are important to all offensive-minded lacrosse players. This drill will improve accuracy, but beware. A lacrosse player, a lacrosse stick, a ball and a wall can turn an average lacrosse player into an elite player. Defense: Footwork, positioning, checks, defensive approach, general stick work, Fast Breaks Board Drill #2. This will be awkward at first but only the advanced players will get to this stage. Register Now POWLAX processes player registrations through POWLAX.LeagueApps.com, not this website. This will be awkward at first but only the advanced players will get to this stage. Great way to sharpen the most important skills in the game of lacrosse! I am currently coaching JV basketball and Lacrosse at Blessed Trinity High School. It has a wall ball routine as well as shooting drills starting this week. The regular, short and close shot are skills that require good technique and practice and are demonstrated as well. Munro kicked off the morning with an hour-long session developing dodging and shooting … … Time and Room Shooting Technique. The Shoot n Scoop is a lacrosse training device for girls and boys ages 2 to 20 used to develop shooting and scooping skills in an intuitive and fun way. Lacrosse specific activities and skill progressions will be introduced to emphasize technique specific to footwork, stick control, catching, throwing, dodging, shooting, defensive positioning and more. Shooting and offensive skills are necessary when developing the complete lacrosse player. Registration: $50 per player. In the game of lacrosse, successful offensive plays require several elements of strength and technique, including agility, coordination, and accuracy while shooting and passing.To build skill in these areas, players will need to work on form and stick handling while also building strength and responsiveness in the core. … (Salisbury State Lacrosse Head Coach) Created two youtube videos explaining wall ball drills to keep it fun and improve stick skills dramatically. If you haven’t seen it yet, I also wrote about advanced lacrosse goalie drills and lacrosse goalie drills to improve your foot speed. The game of lacrosse requires certain skills that will help a player handle a lacrosse ball effectively, ultimately providing the opportunity for a shot or goal. A different skill is shooting on the run, which is likened to a lay-up in basketball. Each option allows you to practice different skills. This is a great pregame warm-up shooting drill we got from some of our Canadian college players. To run through this drill, you will need a speed and agility ladder, cones and a goal. Kevin Crowley Shooting On The Run. Each athlete will see improvements in lacrosse IQ and technique that will directly translate to success … Competition Drills. Don’t have those? Credited with building Robert Morris’ Lacrosse program from the ground up; Coach Bear Davis shares several tips and insights to help your players become better shooters. This set up is for improving your close in speed and agility, as well as shooting … The finer skills of playing defense are also taught and demonstrated. Description. Besides being an international sport, beach soccer is often played recreationally — occasionally away from a beach and in a man-made sand pitch. Lacrosse Defense Drills: On-Field Training 1. His shuttle drills also develop good dodging skills. They use it in Box Lacrosse, and our Field Lacrosse players are loving it too! DRILLS:(Beginners 30 reps with each hand) Drills Tennis Ball Warm-up. 3 — Diamond Shooting Drill. Canadian Box Lacrosse Drills – … overhand shots and sidearm shots) as well as advanced lacrosse shooting techniques (i.e. Credited with building Robert Morris’ Lacrosse program from the ground up; Coach Bear Davis shares several tips and insights to help your players become better shooters. Contact Us. Proper Cross hand technique: This is the similar to two hand technique. Ten Practice Plans for Girls Lacrosse. The head of the stick should be kept in the “box” near the opposite ear. 2 teams of even number of players and 1 ball. It is extremely hard to learn how to shoot hard, and THEN work on your accuracy. Goaltending Lacrosse Drills.. … at all times. The drills are important in expanding an athlete’s skills and helps the players build their teamwork. The shooting drill involves picking a point on the wall- a mark or a line and firing the ball at it. SPARKS, Md. These FIVE Tips can help you become a better shooter in only a couple of weeks: 5 Ways To Become A Great Lacrosse Shooter 1) Forget Power, and Focus on Accuracy. Hi, I’m Taylor Nissi, Director of Operations for Game Breaker Lacrosse. Try to incorporate at least two skills in each drill. Releasing quickly . Shooting Drill w Defender What is the best way to blast one past the goalkeeper? These drills provide a variety of shots, allow for constant movement, and improve shooting technique. Skills tested: 1. Before we jump in, here is a list of drills I like to use to get my goalies ready to go! Each coach will work with up to 6 players/hour. Lacrosse shooting is truly one of the most artful and difficult facets of the game and skill sets that require flawless technique, solid mental approach, and knowledge. In 2017, Millon lacrosse will offer a shooting and dodging academy session at our Atlanta, Ohio, Long Island 1 and Pennsylvania sessions. Fundamentals, Small Sided Drills Kara Sanford April 28, 2021 Warm Ups, Footwork, Shooting Comment Drive Ups – Agility Teach your athletes to focus on their first step when they start running. Each drill has a specificed number of repetitions that should be completed within a 1-minute timeframe. Rules a. I also received Coach of the year for the State of Georgia and for our area. The clinic series will be directed by Professional Lacrosse Players Eric Law and Dillon Roy. Lacrosse Drills and Practice Plans Lacrosse Strategy on Wikipedia Settled offenses: (2-3-1, 1-4-1, 1-3-2, 2-2-2), Defense in settled situations, Fast-break situations, Unsettled Clears, Rides and Clears in settled situations, Man-up and Man-down, Substitutions To speed up the process, here are CoachUp’s favorite drills for improving your dodging and shooting skills. Canadian Box Lacrosse Drills Canadian Box Lacrosse Drills Box Lacrosse Pick & Roll Shooting Drill. Below you’ll find a suggested set of drills. Canadian Box Lacrosse Drills Canadian Box Lacrosse Drills Box Lacrosse Pick & Roll Shooting Drill. By the end of the program, your child will have experience with the basics of lacrosse – holding the stick properly, scooping, cradling, passing, catching, shooting, scoring and defending. Chiefs Lacrosse Team – Individual & Parent/Player Drills Drills For Player To Do On His Own 1. There are three different options for attaching QuickSTX to the head of the lacrosse stick. Modified team and positional concepts will be taught and reinforced through situational drills … If you are missing the cage you can do 2 things; A: Adjust your shooting technique, or B: Adjust the stringing in your stick to work better. By Murf Butler, 03/19/20, 7:45PM EDT. Overhand Shot Drills. GOALIE BASICS. Lacrosse Skills Included – proper shooting technique, cradling, passing, defending, and … Former collegiate All-American and professional lacrosse player Kayla Treanor demonstrates how. Lacrosse Shooting Technique and Drills 1. For beginners, these drills are an ideal introduction to skills like lacrosse cradling, stick handling and posture. They use it in Box Lacrosse, and our Field Lacrosse players are loving it too! A different skill is shooting on the run, which is likened to a lay-up in basketball. The head of the stick should be kept in the “box” near the opposite ear. Don’t Bounce. Apr 26, 2019 – Explore Israel Lacrosse’s board “Women’s Drills” on Pinterest. If you do not have a goal and a few lacrosse balls to practice the shooting you could practice the movements while throwing to a target on a wall or to a friend (10-15 yards away of course). Without elasticized cord: attach the lacrosse ball directly to the head of the lacrosse stick. Stick Handling & Shooting Drills for Youth Lacrosse DVDs … 3.correct face-off technique 4.All of the instruction is broken down into its most basic components. The split dodge is the most effective move for creating a shooting or passing lane; and executing a lethal dodge against your opponent comes down … Below we will tell you what drills you can do on your own with that lacrosse equipment. These sessions will focus specifically on shooting technique, accuracy and power, while incorporating footwork specific drills to improve dodging technique, explosiveness and timing. These classes delve more deeply into the knowledge of lacrosse history, rules, movements, and skills to give children an edge on the competition. Please visit our website www.laxcamps.com. Shooting On-the-Run. Without the ability to control the ball, a team cannot generate good offensive chances. They use it in Box Lacrosse, and our Field Lacrosse players are loving it too! Work these drills into your practice routine and watch your game drastically improve. 2) fail to bounce the shot . Midfielders Lacrosse Mobile Shooting. Shooting Drills with Paul Rabil Video. 3) too slow release . Davis packs this instructional lacrosse DVD with 25 game-speed shooting drills, each containing theory and explanation along with on-field demonstration. The best way to improve your passing in lacrosse is through drills. Pick five (5) different exercises for a 15-20 minute workout. Here are some drills from Blue Star Coach Chris Aslanian. Shooting Drills. That’s right, the best way to become a better shooter is to shoot on the cage every day. I can take any great athlete and turn him into a lacrosse player. Shooting Off The Dribble Right Hand Focus Shooting technique with movement, right hand. It covers basic shooting techniques (i.e. Our Shooting Camp is an intensive instructional Camp focused on the art of shooting. Fundamentals, Small Sided Drills Kara Sanford April 28, 2021 Warm Ups, Footwork, Shooting Comment. Learning the unique skills of playing lacrosse requires a great deal of practice, coaching, and repetition. On non practice days, players should work cradling, scooping and throwing/catching/shooting on their own. Frog Lacrosse is excited to offer our Skills & Drills Camps for this summer! Before we get into the goods, IT IS IMPORTANT that we remember the basics of goaltending from footwork to hand movement to proper body and step technique. Shooting a lacrosse ball requires detailed technique and much practice to perfect. The participants will be introduced to the basic skills, rules, and straties of the 3 sports, through high energy and informative drills. Make more saves this season using these goaltending drills and insights! Intermediate Shooting CLU-302 $25. The most important part of shooting fast is being accurate. This is a competitive program designed for experienced players (ages 10-18) looking to sharpen their skills. Former collegiate All-American and professional lacrosse player Kayla Treanor demonstrates how. The clinic series will be directed by Professional Lacrosse Players Eric Law and Dillon Roy. These drills include: passing and shooting on a target, in-tight shooting with a fake, 3-man shooting, 2-shots with a dodge, and 2-shots with an off-ball move. Here are two simple drills Tumolo uses for herself and her team to improve shooting technique in the crease: Here’s Tumolo’s go-to stick, whether she’s suiting up for the WPLL Command or representing Team USA. Davis packs this instructional lacrosse video with 25 game-speed shooting drills, each containing theory and explanation along with on-field demonstration. Here are four drills that will improve your quickness and agility at the X. Read More. In this article, we introduce you to some of the best lacrosse defensive drills that lacrosse beginners can easily apply to improve their defensive skills on the field. So here is how I made a change in my shooting technique and how YOU can prep to be much better. Canadian Box Lacrosse Drills – chateiland.nl Attackmen who pose this triple threat rarely hurt for playing time. All skill-sets will be practiced in the form of drills that encourage high reputations to proper technique.
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90,000 Subtle balance. Finding Balance
Author: Julia SERKOVA
A bit of classic
Many novice riders only ride once or twice a week. This amount of practice is not enough to gain stability in the saddle. The theory that can be read in special literature (and not only in Russian) is certainly important, but it will not replace full-time training. But if, nevertheless, the lack of free time does not allow you to sit in the saddle often, you will have to look for ways out in independent training and developing balance without a horse.For riders who do not have the opportunity to practice regularly, practice at home is the best option. For this purpose, you can purchase a large gymnastic ball or fitball, which will help not only stay in shape, but also develop that very balance. You can sit on such a ball like on a horse, with your legs dangling to the sides with your knees forward. If the ball is too small, it can be placed on a pillow to increase its height.
Sitting astride the ball, spread your arms to the sides and raise your legs in turn, trying to keep your body as vertical as possible.Rotating the pelvis is also very helpful. Sit on the ball with your feet flat on the floor and your back straight. Turn the pelvis to the right, hold this position for five seconds, repeat the exercise, turning the pelvis to the left. Do the exercise ten times. To make it harder, put more weight on your legs. If this is too easy for you, try simple yoga asanas for balance (they can be easily downloaded from the Internet) or a set of balance exercises borrowed from ballet. Such activities are useful not only for adults, but also for children.A child who has practiced with a ball at home will easily transfer the acquired skills to the saddle.
Sat down, got up
Wall squats will help strengthen your quads and lower body muscles, and improve balance while riding. Stand in front of a wall with your knees bent, arms along your torso. With your back against the wall and slide down, continue bending your knees until your thighs are parallel to the floor. Hold this position at
ten seconds and repeat again.
Catch me if you can
One of the most popular balance exercises on horseback is the “catch the stirrups” challenge. Start at a walk – throw the right stirrup and after 3-4 steps catch it without looking down or leaning on the horse’s neck. Repeat with the left stirrup. Then try throwing and catching the stirrups at a trot and canter. Ensure that you can easily throw and catch the stirrups in any gait without changing the position of your arms and body.
Another way to improve your horse’s balance is to ride heavily shortened stirrups. Shorten the stirrups five holes and warm up normally. Shorter stirrups move the center of gravity higher and help improve balance and muscle control.
Don’t be lazy – stretch yourself!
Various riding stretches are also very helpful. It is best to practice this with a trainer on a calm horse. Sit in the saddle with your back straight and your knees slightly bent.Lean back slightly, straighten both legs and bring your left leg to the right side. Return to the starting position and repeat the same with the right leg. Similarly, you can
but make a full turn around its axis: move your left leg to the right side, then turn around to face the horse’s tail –
di, move your left foot to your right again and finally re-occupy
starting position by making a full 360-degree turn.
Our hands are not for boredom
Exercise with the hands also helps to find balance.Sit in the saddle with your back straight and extend your arms out to the sides parallel to the ground. Pivot to the right so that your left hand is in front and your right hand is behind. Slowly return to the starting position and repeat the same on the other side. Charging in the saddle takes a few minutes and doesn’t take up much of your valuable workout time. Exercises done at home will also not knock you out of your schedule. After all, all this is done for your early learning and achieving the greatest harmony in work with your four-legged partner.If you have trouble finding balance, do not be lazy, do the above exercises – and very soon you will feel that you have become much more confident in the saddle. ZM
90,000 Equestrian sport is … What is Equestrian sport?
One of the first filming of a galloping horse
Equestrian sport is a collective concept, which means sports games with the use of horses. When riding a horse, the rider actively interacts with the movement of the horse.The horse is controlled by moving the rider’s weight, squeezing the hips and loosening or pulling the reins. The rider’s voice can also influence the movement of the horse, but not all equestrian sports are allowed.
The Fédération Equestre Internationale FEI is officially recognized by the International Equestrian Federation (FR ):
Kinds of Show Events not included in the official FEI classification:
Contrary to popular belief, running and racing is not an equestrian sport, but a test of horses.
Equestrian sport was first included in the Summer Olympic Games in 1912. Athletes from 10 countries were represented at the V Olympiad in Stockholm: Great Britain, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Russia, USA, France, Chile and Sweden. The Swedish equestrians won all three medals: gold, silver and bronze in dressage, the Nations Cup in obstacle course, first command place and gold in eventing. 
Criticism of equestrian sports
There is a point of view, the founder of which in Russia is Alexander Nevzorov, according to which equestrian sport is considered as a parasitism of a person on a horse  [ unauthorized source? ] , the rider’s use of her physical capabilities, not just her own.This point of view is shared by some radical environmental organizations  [ unauthorized source? ] .
These opinions have caused numerous controversies both on Internet forums and in print  and on television     .
- The main element of ammunition for riding horses is the saddle.
- Bridle (headband) – a piece of ammunition that is worn on a horse’s head and allows you to control it.
- Boots are devices for protecting the limbs of a horse while working. Boots can protect both from mechanical damage (blows) and serve to support and protect the tendon-ligamentous apparatus. There are also stall legs designed for all sorts of medical procedures.
- Saddlecloth – a piece of ammunition made of quilted fabric. The pad is placed under the saddle to absorb sweat and protect the horse’s back from injury.
- The blanket is a blanket for a horse, which protects it from colds, flies (net blankets).They are divided into winter (made of wool, fleece, padding polyester, etc.) and summer (made of cotton, mesh and other lightweight materials). Large blankets have a hood for additional neck coverage.
- Girth – a wide, strong belt designed to hold the saddle (saddle for draft horses). Covers the horse’s body from below and attaches to the saddle from both sides. They are made of leather, braid and other materials. Some saddle types have 2-3 girths.
- A halter is a bridle without a bit, the purpose of which is to keep a horse on a leash.Refers to items of stable use and is made of leather, braid.
- Chumbur is a rope with which a horse is tied when it is in a halter. There are braid, chain or rope lashings.
- Hakamora is a type of iron (bit). The classic hakamora consists of two leather straps that go around the horse’s face. One, a portable strap, is most often trimmed with faux or natural fur, and the other, a chin strap, is most often made with a chain.On the sides of the muzzle, the straps are connected by a metal plate, to which the cheek straps of the bridle are attached. Levers go down from the plates, to which the reins are attached.
- Splint – an additional device for working with a horse. This is a long cord, which is rarely leather and is mainly made in the form of a nylon, canvas or other synthetic belt. The strap ends on both sides with special fasteners that allow you to form loops adjustable in length through which the saddle girth is passed.The lynch itself is passed in various ways from the girth, through the headband to the rider’s hands, forming a sliding lever (sliding rein), which enhances the effect on the horse, forcibly lowering its head. Riding with cords in competition is prohibited, but is very beneficial for some horses during training.
Items of one-horse archless harness:
- clamp with horse-drawn lobes, for which the strings are attached,
- belt throats (instead of tugs), securing the clamp with the shafts,
Items of pair harness:
- clamps (sometimes replaced with shorts),
- chest straps,
- harnesses and twin reins.
- Famous horses
- Famous horsemen of the USSR and horsemen of Russia
- Movies about horses and equestrian sports
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Exercises to Reduce the Abdomen – Exercise 2021
Numerous factors can cause an increase in abdominal fat; including heredity, hormonal changes, and weight gain, which occur as a normal part of aging.This can lead to an accumulation of visceral fat, which can increase the risk of diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. While you can’t target belly fat with abdominal exercises, you can tighten and strengthen your abdominal muscles, which in turn helps flatten your belly. The best way to reduce the amount of fat you carry is by cutting down on your calorie intake, following a healthier diet, and staying active.
Great workout for beginners, the lung twist focuses on your core muscles, targeting your abdominal, tilt, and glutes.Stand with your elbows on your hips, bending them at an angle of 90 degrees, with your arms in front of you. Bend your knees slightly with your feet hip-width apart. Lunge with your right foot forward, lowering your left leg and twisting your torso to the right. Keep your elbows on your side. Rotate your torso back towards the center, pushing off with your right foot to return to the starting position. Repeat with the left leg. Perform 16 reps, switching sides.
Another workout for beginners, step hop works for the abs, buttocks and legs.Stand with your hands on your hips, feet hip-width apart and knees slightly bent. Step forward with your right foot, raising the level of your left knee to your hip. Jump straight onto your right foot and land together. Switch sides. Do 16 reps alternating sides.
For intermediate exercises, the ride works your abs, glutes and fours. Stand with your hands at your sides, feet hip-width apart, knees slightly bent. Lunge with your right foot forward and bend both knees at a 90 degree angle.Keep your arms straight and reach for the floor. Push off with your right foot to return to the starting position, raising your arms straight above your head. Do eight reps on each side.
Another intermediate routine, hop-up-hop, focuses on your abs, butt, and legs. Place your hands on your hips and place your feet hip-width apart. Bend your knees slightly. Step forward with your right foot, raising your left knee at hip level, and jump straight onto your right foot. Raise your arms above your head as you jump.When you land, put your legs together and place your hands on your hips. Do 20 reps, switching sides.
For advanced athletes, the bouncing jump works on the abs, glutes and legs. Spread your legs hip-width apart, arms straight, knees slightly bent. Lunge with your right foot forward, bending both knees at a 90-degree angle. Jump straight up and alternate your legs in the air, landing with your left foot in front with both knees bent.