Breaking Bad Habits In The Lacrosse Goalie

Breaking Bad Habits In The Lacrosse Goalie

http://traffic.libsyn.com/lacrossegoalietips/lgtips062213breakingbadhabits.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Breaking Bad Habits for Lacrosse Goalies Breaking bad habits is what every lacrosse goalie is really looking to do.  We get in the cage and we are immediately full of bad habits and that’s why we can’t stop the ball.  In this episode, Coach Edwards talks about how to eliminate bade habits and replace them with good ones. Lacrosse Goalie Transcript [00:00:20] Alison asks how to break bad goaltending habit.[00:00:55] Coach Edwards addresses athletic stance.[00:01:19] Coach Edwards on female goalies and core strength.[00:01:46] Coach Edwards summarizes how to move to the ball.[00:02:11] How breaking bad habits is like vinyl records.[00:02:54] Coach Edwards explains the wiring of the goalie.[00:03:12] Coach Edwards gives advice on creating new habits.[00:04:05] Pitching machines to help break bad habits.[00:04:34] Alison asks how to practice goaltending offseason.[00:05:09] Coach Edwards on the importance of getting stronger physically.[00:05:57] Working on wall ball drills, strength, and stick ability.[00:06:38] Coach Edwards recommends practicing stick skills with a shorter men’s stick with a pocket.[00:06:44] Thanking Alison and recommending LacrosseGoalieUniversity.com for further questions. The Breaking Bad Habits Question Coach Edwards here, and I have a really good question from Alison. She’s asked a couple of really good questions so I wanted to go over them today. “I’ve watched some of your videos and I’ve got to say that it’s helped a lot. I’m one of those goalies that isn’t afraid to step to the ball, even with my ankle sprained three times I look like an avatar with all my bruises.” Alison, good job. Way to pad up and make it happen. It’s not always...