A lot of young athletes aspire to take their skills all the way to the collegiate level, but what does it take to get there?
The importance of strength and conditioning in athletes has infiltrated sports teams of all types and ages. It is common place to see teams conditioning before or after practice. But, perhaps this is not done with the best expertise.
The ultimate dream of a die hard lacrosse player would be to make a college lacrosse team. It takes perserverance and determination to play with the best-of-the-best. Check out the top 5 ranked college lacrosse teams for both men and women. Most of the teams have announced their 2016 Rosters.
Do you know the #1 most important lax training drill? It’s called wall ball. If you aren’t playing wall ball, you are missing out BIG TIME. The best lax players in the game, like Paul Rabil, Kyle Harrison, and Rob Pannell play wall ball EVERYDAY. Just 10 minutes a day will make you an elite passer and catcher. The […]
In early summer NCAA announced that they would be implementing a 90-second shot clock to women’s lacrosse games. These changes would take effect in 2017 for Division I and 2018 for Division II and III.
Here are 4 more exciting lacrosse related games you can do to improve your skills by yourself, with your Gladiator Lacrosse Goal/Rebounder, or with your friends.
Life is seemingly becoming more and more stressful. Having a routine will leave less room for unnecessary stress. Stress is likely induced by not being on time, not being organized, or being forgetful. Here are the must-haves for planning a routine:
It’s that time of year again; time to dig out your pens, pencils and notebooks from the back of your closet that haven’t been used in months. Going back to school has a certain air of excitement; you compare your schedule to your closest friends’, prepare for try-outs, and buy stylish 3-ring binders for your […]
Although lacrosse is not in the Olympics, you can bet that it is a popular sport in multiple countries. Similar to other sports’ origins, lacrosse developed in one area and then radiated rapidly into areas all across the globe. Beginning with the Native Americans, the first lacrosse games were played much differently than we play […]
Many people often wonder if there are lacrosse related drills and games they can play/practice to improve their basic lacrosse skills. I am happy to report a list of some of the most fun and successful drills you can do by yourself, with your Official Lacrosse Rebounder, or with friends, to take your game to […]