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Do you have a Lacrosse Drill that is your favorite? I know you have one that you just really love and would like to share. Or you know one with a very unusual name, or a funny story behind it that would add to the content on this site. Maybe there is a drill that made all of the difference in how you play or coach?

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Rick Kincaid South Carroll High School (Explosion Drill) 
Explosion Drill: Objective: Player will be able to... 1. Develop skill of separation from opponent. 2. Develop skill of stick protection. Equipment …

husel it 
a long pole gets the ball in his area and gives a long pass to an attack men in his area and then after the result of the pass the attack man goes 1-on-1 …

star drill 
You have 5 lines in the shape of the star and you pass around to the player opposite you. the player who just passed the ball then runs through the middle …

Dragon Drill (good for beginners) 
Take a bounceback or a pitch back, a goal can work. Throw the ball with strong force, and with a pitch back the ball will come back to you, allowing you …

Duke Drill 
The ball starts at X and the guy with the ball goes on 1 side of the net. Three people are on top, and they all come down when the person at X takes …

Practice with Cradlebaby Not rated yet
A fantastic way to improve your cradling, dodges and fakes is to get a Cradlebaby from http://www.laxcb.com and practice indoors or outside. The advantage …

Line Drill with Harrier - or - Simple Monkey In the Middle Drill Not rated yet
This is an extension of the familiar Line Drill. The addition is that there is one defender in the middle harrying his choice of the passer or the receiver. …

one on one Not rated yet
When you have two middies and put one on defense and one on offense and make them go one on one this helps with cradling and shooting but it also benefits …

Circle of fun Not rated yet
In essence it is musical chairs. Use the center circle or make one. Randomly put the ball in the middle of the circle. Have 1 less ball than the number …

Circle of fun Not rated yet
In essence it is musical chairs. Use the center circle or make one. Randomly put the ball in the middle of the circle. Have 1 less ball than the number …

Trenches Not rated yet
You split your middies and attacks into 2 lines. The line leaders lay face down. Then the coach or whoever throws a ball downfield and says "go." The two …

Goalie drills Not rated yet
My son is a first year goalie and is having some trouble with bounce shots what can I do to help him out

Sprint Genny Not rated yet
I like to incorporate as much sprint training into my drills as possible so I construct drills such that those with the most hustle are rewarded. Sprint …

Saint Drill Not rated yet
You can improve your team's over the shoulder catching ability by using a terrific drill called a Saint Drill. This is great drill for poles but, is useful …

fast catch and throw  Not rated yet
Have two players, both of them have a ball. Stand 10 feet away and pass the ball to each other at the same time. When you catch it, pass it back to the …

Hopkins Lacrosse Drill Not rated yet
The man on x drives to one side of goal opposite midfielder cuts and shoots.

Goalie Warm-Up Not rated yet
Have the goalie turn around in the goal and face x. From half the distance to the midfield line yell shot right before you shoot. When you yell shot …

Back to Back in the crease Not rated yet
This is a ground ball drill. Two players will enter the crease and turn back to back (over the goal line), with the ball between them on the ground. …

Goalie Game Not rated yet
Purpose: To develop offensive decision making and movement skills Number of Players: 10 (2 goalies, 4 defenders, 4 offensive players) Equipment: …

Shooting Gallery Not rated yet
Purpose: To develop the give-and-go tactic and finish with a shot Number of Players: 8 (4 attackers, 4 midfielders) Equipment: 1 goal, 4 cones, 10 …

Monkey in the Middle Drill Not rated yet
This drill is for teaching basic passing and catching techniques. You will need at least 4 cones or other markers and atleast 2 balls. You will run …

Line Drill Not rated yet
Overview: This drill is one of the most basic in lacrosse and is used often as a warm up for practice. It is mainly focused for positions who do a lot …

Line Drill Not rated yet
Overview: This drill is one of the most basic in lacrosse and is used often as a warm up for practice. It is mainly focused for positions who do a lot …

X Feeding Drill Not rated yet
Overview: This drill practices feeding the ball from X to a cutting middie. The Drill: To start put two of your best passing attack on either side of …

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Clearing Drill Not rated yet
Overview: This drill is one of the most basic and necessary defensive drills. It practices moving the ball down field after a save or a turnover. For this …

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