By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, November 19, 2013
In this fun-filled, easy-to-follow template, Andrew Trimble shares five off-ice activities that can be added to any existing program or workout. This DVD is for players of all ages, skill levels and abilities who want to maximize their training time. Demonstrated by a high school player and youth-level player, the drills shared here can be done in a backyard, a nearby field, alone, or in a group setting.
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By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, November 8, 2013
Long time youth volleyball coach and president of the Eastside Volleyball Club, Tim Vande Schraaf, helps young athletes with passing techniques and encourages them to call for the ball. Parents can get involved in this drill which develops their understanding of the game too.
Because the players are young, expectations are not high based on their developing abilities so methods of moving the drill along are discussed. The drill should be run in both directions so players get accustomed to moving both ways. A variation on the drill can use overhead passing.
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By nate.landas - Last updated: Friday, October 25, 2013
Ken “Bear” Davis has coached at the youth, high school and NCAA Division I levels and has also led a professional team. Using whiteboard diagrams and on-field demonstrations, Coach Davis teaches lacrosse fundamentals by utilizing concepts that may be familiar to young players from their experiences with other sports, playground activities and party games.
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