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Lacrosse Shooting


Lacrosse Shooting is the act of trying to score a goal in lacrosse. Taking a shot on goal varies widely with the person taking the shot, the distance from the goal, the disposition of the defense, etc... A shot can be from 50 yards away full power wind up big shot, or a little flip the ball in the bottom corner of the goal at the crease. The situation and skill of the players dictate the options.

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Lacrosse Instruction

The basic shot position is as follows:

  1. Aim your shoulder at the goal
  2. Aim your hips at the sideline
  3. Aim your back foot (farthest from the goal) toward the side line
  4. Extend your arms away from your body and reach back
  5. Weak hand (closest to the goal) to the bottom of the stick
  6. Strong hand (farthest from the goal) up 12" or so on the shaft
  7. As you wind up to shoot step in the direction of the shot aiming your near foot at the target
  8. Eyes focused to the target
  9. And fire away




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