6-Minute Competitive Drills for Lacrosse
with Jenny Levy,
University of North Carolina Head Women's Lacrosse Coach;
2013 NCAA Women's Champions;
five NCAA Final Four appearances;
2x ACC Coach of the Year;
6th winningest coach in NCAA D1 Women's lacrosse history
Five-time NCAA Final Four coach Jenny Levy shows you how to use short, six minute drills to teach the fundamentals of the game, while putting your players in aggressive, fast, game like situations.
Coach Levy details each drill on the marker board before moving to the field and running it live with her players. These drills will force your players to execute with the ball on offense, but just as importantly will teach the defensive players timing and how important communication is when defending.
These drills will benefit your team in a variety of ways;
- Learn to pick up ground balls and make passes under pressure
- Work a variety of man up and man down situations
- Teach your players to be courageous and makes hard moves to the cage
- Train your attackers to read space and read defensive slides
- Teach defenders to how to slide, how to quickly cover space and communicate
With more than 10 fantastic drills, this video will help get your team get ready offensively and defensively for future success.
Use these drills everyday to build lacrosse fundamentals in a fun, yet competitive practice environment.
85 minutes. 2010.Progressive Skill Development Warm-Up for Goalies
with Phil Barnes,
University of North Carolina Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach; 2013 NCAA Women's Champions
Use this effective warm up progression to touch on every aspect of goalkeeping throughout the week.
UNC Assistant Coach Phil Barnes shares his knowledge on how to warm up lacrosse goalkeepers. This video will help you get the most out of your goalkeepers with simple and effective drills;
- Stepping - Improve your first step to get to the ball quicker. This drill trains the stick and feet to get to the seven defensive areas. Focuses on a quick and clean stick turnover.
- Shots - Perfect the movements that will help your goalie see the shots and take a correct arc. Your goalie will see shots from all angles - high shots, mid shots, low shots, bounce shots and shots from anywhere.
- Side-to-side - Shooters move side-to-side exposing any holes the goalie doesn't have covered. Ensures the goalie is focused - not moving ahead or falling behind the shooter.
- Crease - Give your goalies a good footwork warm up and a look at all of the shots they will see around the crease.
- Low to High Feed from X - Works on finding the shooter and following the flight of the ball.
- Low to High outside X - Teaches the goalie to follow passes while keeping their footwork sharp and their hips open.
- Sweeps - Helps the goalie recognize traditional vs 90 degree sweeps - working on timing and angle of the arc.
- 45 Degree Side to Side - Preps the goalie to stop shots moving side-to-side and to get to each side quickly as they can with proper footwork.
Coach Barnes gives great insight into how you can run these drills while also recognizing possible flaws in your goalies' techniques.
This video will help develop your goalie's performance in the net and in turn help improve your team's future success.
75 minutes. 2010.
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