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Team Defense: The Four Elements of a Defensive Cycle

Item Number: LXD-02314

  • Currently 4.50/5 Stars.
4.50/5 Stars (2 Reviews)

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Features & Benefits
with Richie Meade,
United States Naval Academy Head Lacrosse Coach,
'04 NCAA Runner-up

Richie Meade shares one of the most dominating defensive systems in college lacrosse today! Meade teaches his "Navy" team defense and how to apply the four elements of a defensive cycle, which include: force, support, scramble and recovery. Using marker board instruction and on-field demonstrations, Meade teaches and demonstrates this tournament-tested defensive system including practice techniques, 5-on-5 drills, covering, defending the inside game, switching and defending inside the box. In addition, he provides an inside look into his primary elements: relentlessness, awareness, technical ability, commitment to team, determination and the development of team and individual skills. In addition to learning these fundamental defensive concepts, the lessons in this video will help your players' acquire the knowledge to become complete lacrosse players. All of these elements, and the drills he uses to teach them, combine to develop a dominating, cohesive defensive unit!

41 minutes. 2004.

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Ratings & Reviews

Team Defense: The Four Elements of a Defensive Cycle
on October 2, 2011
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
5/5 Stars

by bcornaby

I thought this was a great dvd. It broke down the slide package to cover a 2-2-2 offense and included both general and specific skills ranging from controlling the dodger, to preventing the over the top pass. I thought this was excellent and VERY informative especially how to play picks properly.

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Team Defense: The Four Elements of a Defensive Cycle
on November 19, 2009
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
4/5 Stars

by Anonymous

Very confusing I took very little away from this dvd that I could use after watching many times

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