Get "traditional" lacrosse drills framed within a competitive atmosphere.
The development of individual skills is the foundation for a successful lacrosse organization. Chris Robinson has provided an easy to follow blueprint suited for any organization committed to improving the development of their players. Coach Robinson demonstrates drills and skills though a progression of exercises that start with basic, individual skills and build to game-like situational experience.
Practice begins with one-on-one passing drills. Right and left handed proficiency is emphasized as players work through various passing techniques designed to help them develop basic skills. Other drills include:
Coach Robinson's drills maximize active player participation. Almost every drill shown was designed to increase player involvement and yet still allow for detailed coach oversight. Players are encouraged to "take risks" in an effort to build their confidence and improve performance. As the repetition of drills progress, techniques are added to develop the exercises into offensive and defensive game situation drills.
All of the drills shown can be modified to facilitate the needs of any organization from youth to college for both boys and girls lacrosse. Coach Robinson successfully engages his players with competitive practice skills and reward contests designed to encourage players to work harder and have fun with practice.
These are the drills that helped create the nation's number one rated girls lacrosse team as recognized by US Lacrosse and ESPN. Think of how much this DVD can do for your organization.
63 minutes. 2012.
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This is my favorite video that I have purchased about lacrosse from Championship. If you like what you see in the sample, then you will likely appreciate this video. If it seems too simple for you, then perhaps look elsewhere. Robinson does an excellent job of keeping players moving during practice, eschewing traditional line drills for more active drills that accomplish the same thing. I can imagine his teams are well conditioned. I've gotten some great ideas that I think will help take our team up a notch by getting them more touches in practice. The one review on his other video has complaints about sound quality, but I did not have any problem with this video and would say it is the clearest sound wise of any of the videos I have purchased from Championship about women's lacrosse.
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