Yep, the next body part to pay close attention to is the shoulders. Very important for posture during speed and for allowing proper range of motion to elicit maximum speed. When you think about it, the little things do matter on game day. What you do walking to class or while at practice will dictate the final product when everyone is watching. Coach Taylor takes his young athletes through these drills each workout. He can be reach at email@example.com or schedule a workout with him by calling 410-828-8218 today.
With tons of drills to be shared, this one starts up a bunch of patterns, workouts, and footwork drills that can be integrated into warm-ups, conditioning, practice, and used to improve your feet when no one is watching. With a picture, write-up, and a video, I think you will get the concept and be using this drill in your next workout. Click here to find out what IL thought was worth posting as their featured workout of the week. If you have questions, email Coach Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Gordon Institute to schedule your team’s training session, 410-828-8218. Lacrosse season will be here soon. Will you be ready?
They even show the mistakes! Man Inside Lacrosse is a tough crew. This series of video clips and drills was even more fun to do than it looks in this clip. Ryan Rabidou from Inside Lacrosse was willing to get right in and try the drills. Looking forward to showcasing more intermediate and advanced drills as the relationship between STT’s founder, Robert Taylor, grows with Inside Lacrosse. Check out the tip of the day on IL by clicking here.
And the tips keep on coming from Coach Taylor! This one features three videos and some good old fashion questions and answers from a recent interview with Coach Taylor and STACK. Check out the post by clicking the STACK logo above. Let STT know what you think of what Coach Taylor had to say by leaving a comment below.
Another feature fitness tip for lacrosse from Coach Taylor has been posted on Inside Lacrosse. Click here to see the new drill with a detailed explanation. Check back with STT tomorrow for a new tip of the week feature. This one you won’t want to miss!
If you are a lacrosse fan, coach, or athlete this clip is for you. The feedback has been great from STT nation. This is week two of STT being featured on LaxLessons.com’s Tip of the Week! A low budget drill that can be done with an entire team or used as a “focus” challenge. Continue to think outside the box and remind yourself and your players that it boils down to effort and attitude. Good things happen when you work hard and stay positive. Check out this clip and let me know what you think. I look forward to hearing how your patterns differ from those described.
What happened to tumbling in gym class, teaching the forward roll, or even how to fall and get up quickly? Incorporate drills that teach athletes how to jump, land, fall, and get up efficiently and safely. This agility drill is also hard on the cardiovascular system. Make sure you are ready for this challenge. This one isn’t for the weak at heart. How tough are you? Begin this drill on your belly six yards from an eight foot high object. Try a soccer crossbar and the six yard box for example. Get up as quickly as possible, touch the cross bar, and get back on your belly with your entire body behind the six yard line. This counts as one rep. If you aspire to be a pro, your goal is 12 or more, college level is 10+, and high school athletes should be able to complete more than 8 good touches in less than one minute. Begin by completing 4 sets. To increase the fitness component, rest two minutes between sets. If you can get more than the goal reps each set, back up to eight yards.