IT MAY BE THE OFFSEASON FOR LACROSSE,
BUT YOU CAN STILL IMPROVE YOUR GAME!

 Wall Ball  - From Coach Losurdo of GHS Boys Lacrosse

During practices and games, you will actually handle the ball for a very limited time.
To make the most of your practice and game opportunities,
you should practice your ball handling skills
as much as possible when you are off the field.
You will handle the ball more in 30 minutes of Wall Ball
than you will in a seasons worth of games.

WALL BALL IS THE WAY TO BE THE BEST LACROSSE PLAYER YOU CAN BE!

You should do each of these drills from 50-100 each, count them off in your head and see how many you can catch and throw in a row without dropping the ball. These drills should not take more than a total of 30 minutes, so you should do them every day.

The only way to get better is working in the off-season. If you want to contribute to the success of Grayson, you must work in the off-season. If you want to participate in more games, you need to do the extras, because if you don’t, others will and you will be left behind.

Right handed- Take your time on this, pick a spot and try to hit the same spot each time.

Left Handed- Take your time on this, pick a spot and try to hit the same spot each time.

Right Quickstick- Try to move the ball in and out of your stick as fast as you can.

Left Quickstick- Try to move the ball in and out of your stick as fast as you can.

Switching Hands- Throw with your right, then catch the ball with you left, then throw with your left and catch with your right.

Hard Shot Drill- Stand back about 30 - 50 feet and throw it very hard simulating a hard shot on goal. Step into the shot and work on speed, by standing back so far it will give you time to react to the ball.

One hand- Work on catching and throwing using on one hand.

YOUR STICK SKILLS WILL SEPERATE YOU FROM OTHERS!

BUT ITS UP TO YOU TO MAKE THE DIFFERENCE!

CHECK OUT THE KUDDOS TRAINING VIDEOS
TO ENHANCE YOUR OFF SEASON TRAINING!!

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