Learn critical lacrosse skills from national championship coach John Danowski!
In this DVD, Danowski speaks directly to the athlete emphasizing the importance of hard work in practice and on your own.
Danowski covers a wide variety of concepts, drills and techniques that are vital to developing the ultimate attackman. Danowski shows concepts such as receiving the ball, playing around the crease, protecting the ball, handling ground balls, field positioning, transition, inside shooting, pick plays and playing without the ball.
Each technique is demonstrated at full speed and shown again in slow motion. Coaches can use this video to model technique to their athletes.
Executing these technique with speed and precision will help you become a championship attackman.
45 minutes. 2009.
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Really liked this DVD ... just what our team needs to see ... well done!!
Agree with the other reviewer. I too was a bit disappointed in this video. The concepts presented here were very basic, almost at a beginner level, and mirrored what I've seen in other instructional videos. I was expecting something at a 'higher level' that would provide additional tips, drills, and tricks of the trade to help from a coaching perspective. I will give it 2 stars however, in that youth coaches might find it useful in showing to young players to help augment concepts taught on the field.
Very, very basic. The marketing of the video vastly over sells the product.
In the write-up it mentions drills several times but the video had probably 2 which were basic. I was expecting drills that could be incorporated into our practices making them fresh but there wasn't really anything fresh here.
For example, the GB portion lasted 1 min 38 sec which included only 18 seconds showing Matt D picking up 4 GB's.
Majority of demo's had just Matt D and never had a defender.
Think you get the picture.
Championship Productions replies:Thank you so much for your feedback. "Becoming a Champion" DVDs are designed to be fundamental and are directed more toward the athlete than the coach. We have revised this ad in an effort to clarify. If you would like to return or exchange this item, we would be happy to do so. Please see our return policy for more info and again, thanks for the comments.
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