Welcome to the first edition of ‘Zen. Lax. Lacrosse.’, which is a vegged-up version of Zen, Lacrosse and the Art of Stringing. This rebranded and refocused version of my LAS blog encompasses the gamut of lacrosse, but from a totally unique and open viewpoint; asking the hard questions with the utmost of honesty, diving deep into the intentions behind our actions and providing some fun, fascinating and fresh, perhaps a bit funky, ideas on personal and team growth as a coach, player or fan are the way this blog intends to serve you.
This is the place to go all things stringing. From traditional to mesh and beyond, the String Jobs section is all about connecting you with your stick, and how it relates to life.
Traditional Thursday, this week, is about honing in a few of the finer details of stringing a traditional. These adjustments that I’ve made are an attempt to confront real pocket issues by slight modification. I’ll note what the issue may be, then what was done to alleviate it. Try some.
To add on to Connor’s post on tension, which is one of the most important aspects of stringing traditional, as well as evenly spaced diamonds, I’d like to show a few things I do which I think make stringing traditionals a bit nicer and why.
What I learned in India and how it helped continue the transformation we call life in me.
Checking in from Hot Springs, Arkansas, on our way from Memphis, Tennessee, and now we’re on our way to Austin, Texas. As Greg has been driving, I’ve been stringing up a couple of traditional pockets and I wanted to share some insight on how I’ve progressed and how my perspective has changed since my first traditional.
We’re on the road! Day one of our trip to California and this is what we’ve been up too, w/ video.
Well, it seems as if traveling across the country on the open road is coming to fruition; all thanks to everyone! If you’ve kept up a little bit on my stringing tour, you’ll know that I had to fly around this spring to all the locations where I held my stringing workshops, due to not […]
When figuring out what kind of pocket you want to string in your stick, you really need to set a priority list on what you want that pocket to do for you.
A hilarious comparison to driving in the NCAA Rules Memorandum on restarts, and a very notable update to the stringing regulations!
This question was sparked in my mind from the continuing conversation on the NCAA stick stringing regulations; it got me thinking – why is it less stringent for players who are supposed to be the best players in the world than for college kids?