Championship Productions, Inc.

Pressure Transition Drills

Item Number: LXD-03289

  • Currently 3.00/5 Stars.
3.00/5 Stars (1 Review)

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Features & Benefits
  • Learn four unique transition drills to keep your game fast
  • Learn how to move the ball down the field as quickly as possible
  • Discover simple ways to create extra man opportunities and score goals
with Jack Kaley,
former New York Institute of Technology Head Lacrosse Coach;
2008 NCAA Division II Men's Lacrosse National Champions;
4X NCAA Div. II Coach of the Year, 4X NCAA National Champions,
All-time Winningest Coach in Division I and Division II (84.3%); 500+ wins; Team USA Assistant Coach, German National Team Head Coach

Create more scoring opportunities with your transition game this season! Coach Kaley shares four unique transition drills to help you create numbers advantages on offense. In his 17 years of coaching Kaley has become known for pressuring teams on both defense and offense. In 2008, Kaley's squad led all of NCAA DII in points per game and assists per game on their way to winning the National Championship. Each of his four teams that have won National Championships has done so in large part because of transition opportunities. Kaley focuses on four key drills to effectively teach the transition game. Kaley's drills are unique in the way he sets them up and the way he rotates players into the drills. The drills also work the transition game from offense to defense and vice versa. For each drill, he provides detailed marker board instruction and practice footage. If you are looking for ways to move the ball down the field as quickly as possible this DVD is a must watch.

46 minutes. 2009.

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Ratings & Reviews

Pressure Transition Drills
on October 2, 2011
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
3/5 Stars

by bcornaby

The ideas presented were difficult to undertand. You also need to have 30+ players to run most of the drills. I did like his segment about the slow break. Not sure I can recommend, but it wasn't horrible.

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