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Maximize Your Lacrosse Abilities at Any Position on the Field!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Rob Rose, provides you with a ‘Lateral Hurdle Hop Drill’ which is great for developing reaction and quickness in your players. This will develop your players ability to make a change of direction to help them dodge a defender or to be a more effective defender.

6” Lateral Hurdle Hop Drill

Drill Setup:

This drill utilizes a 6” hurdle. If you don’t have one, the player could use their stick as the hurdle. It is best to have the hurdle perpendicular to a line on the field in order to give the player lateral orientation.

Athlete Movements:

The goal is to perform as many two-foot jumps as possible in 10 seconds.

Teaching Points:

  • Make sure that both feet push off and touch equally.

The previous clip can be seen on Championship Productions’ DVD “Testing and Evaluation for Lacrosse Players.” View the latest video selections on Strength & Conditioning for Lacrosse.




Improve Quickness and Change of Direction with the “T Drill”

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Rob Rose of True Athlete Performance shares the tools you need to better evaluate your players’ performance with a test that isolates specific abilities. This agility drill is a way to measure the quickness of an athlete and their ability to change direction. The learnings are appropriate for all age levels.

The T Drill

How it Works: You need four cones and a stopwatch. The four cones are set up in a “T” formation. The player begins at the line and the stopwatch is started once the athlete begins to move. The athlete has to run and touch the middle cone, shuffle to touch the right cone, turn and run to touch the far left cone, shuffle back to touch the middle cone, then backpedal across the starting/finish line. It is important that the player touch the top of each cone.

Drill Tips: This drill can be used as a great way to develop change of direction speed for defensive players. Because this drill doesn’t take much space, you could run several different groups at the same time.

The previous clip can be seen on Championship Productions’ DVD “Testing and Evaluation for Lacrosse Players.” View the latest video selections on Strength & Conditioning.




Develop Speed and Agility in Your Lacrosse Players!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Rob Rose of True Athlete Performance shares the tools you need to better evaluate your players’ performance with tests that isolate specific abilities. This drill is a way to measure the agility and speed of players. It can be used especially with offensive players to develop their ability to move quickly and change direction in order to create space or dodge a defender.

Roundabout Drill

How it Works: This drill utilizes four cones; two for the start, one five yards up and five yards over, and a fourth, five yards over and five yards back, so that you end with a triangle shape. The athlete begins at the two cones. The timing begins upon the athletes’ first forward movement. They sprint to and around the middle cone, sprint to and around the far cone, from an inside-out direction. They sprint back around the top-middle cone and then finish by running back between the two starting line cones.

Drill Tips: For testing an athlete’s time, only one set up would be needed. But for training purposes, you could run the drill with several setups at the same time so that your entire team could have multiple reps in a short amount of time.

The previous clip can be seen on Championship Productions’ DVD “Testing and Evaluation for Lacrosse Players.” To view the latest video selections on Strength & Conditioning, CLICK HERE.




Over 40 Training Drills to Develop Your Lacrosse Players!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, September 13, 2013

Fitness testing is a tedious and sometimes imperfect process for high school and college coaches. Rob Rose takes his extensive experience training youth and professional athletes and provides you with a road map for evaluating the athletic ability of your lacrosse players. This new Lacrosse DVD features on-field player demonstrations, accompanied by clearly defined drill objectives and protocols:

Testing and Evaluation for Lacrosse Players

Testing and Evaluation for Lacrosse Players

  • All the tools you need to better evaluate your lacrosse players’ performance with tests that isolate specific abilities
  • Over 40 training drills to ramp up your team’s athleticism
  • See common mistakes and how to correct them, for safe, efficient, and technically correct strength-building

 

 




Are Your Football Players Getting Better?

By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, September 6, 2013

Testing is a critical component to any successful football strength and conditioning program. Rob Rose, President of True Athlete Performance, uses his extensive background in exercise science to create a highly effective yet simple process for evaluating football players. These “tests” will give you a great baseline and evaluation tool for football-specific drills and testing parameters.

Testing and Evaluation for Football Players

Testing and Evaluation for Football Players

  • Learn key areas of testing dynamics to better evaluate your athletes’ performance and improvement
  • Ensure your athletes are making gains in key areas of football conditioning; speed, agility, strength and more
  • Get 18 testing dynamics for evaluating your players

 

 

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