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.
It’s all about the kids! More kids play lacrosse today than ever before. Our sport is quickly becoming the #1 choice for young athletes.
Imagine the whole realm of sports is blazing arms to prevent concussions, then imagine you are a referee for an important, televised NCAA Division 1 men’s playoff lacrosse game who is trying to their job, in front of thousands upon thousands of fans, coaches who know how to work the former statement to their benefit, and lacrosse analysts of all levels looking for falsities and inconsistencies in what you do…
The more a player feels sound in his fundamentals, the more that player will feel comfortable doing the extraordinary.
Video review for the new Shooting Revolution DVD by LacrosseGuru.tv, who I am working with to produce Stringing Revolution. All the ups, downs and not-sures captured! See the why and how.
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.
When you have an inspired thought, you MUST act on it.
Check out the Spirals warm up drill. It’s a great way to get your kids moving, thinking and warmed up, all ready to go, both in mind and body!
Every player will leave with a strung lacrosse head, the knowledge to tweak that pocket and to string a pocket from scratch. Throughout the entire workshop, students will have access to a number of stringers, young and old, that will be able to assist them and give some personal insight into what they like and why….click on through for more details.
…about how Zen, Lacrosse and the Art of Stringing will make you a “whole lot better lacrosse player.”
You ultimately win the game when your creations cannot be effectively reacted to; if you’re always creating, you’ll have the opposing team reacting more than creating for themselves.