Check Out LacrosseFitTrainer.com

Check Out LacrosseFitTrainer.com

To get your own LacrosseFitTrainer click here:  Get it now. Coach Edwards explores the ins and outs of the Lacrosse Fit Trainer and encourages goalies to utilize this piece of equipment in their training. He breaks down its brilliant design and gives athletes tips on using the trainer the best way possible to increase their goaltending skills. 0:52 – Putting weights in your stick if you’re slow to the ball is damaging. 1:31 – Resistance is the key to proper movement training. 1:55 – The Lacrosse Fit Trainer is the best sport-specific trainer out there. 2:37 – Why the Lacrosse Fit Trainer is brilliant and goalies should have it. 3:39 – Why it’s important not to overdo it with the Lacrosse Fit Trainer. Introduction Hey guys, it’s Coach Edwards here with LacrosseGoalieTips.com and LacrosseGoalieUniversity.com. Welcome to all our Lacrosse Goalie University members that just joined. Our silver, our diamond, and our new platinum member that joined this week. I really appreciate having you. Coach Knows What’s Best For You Check this out. The guys at LacrosseFitTrainer.com sent me this fabulous piece of engineering. As a strength and conditioning coach, for those of you that don’t know I was an Olympic athlete and a Strength and Conditioning coach as well. I ran a Strength and Conditioning business for a number of years, working with Olympic athletes, high performance athletes. I know a thing or two about movement preparation and increasing your skill as a goalie. Why Not To Weight Your Stick If You Think You’re Slow It’s one thing to go, “I need to make a save – why aren’t I making it?” It’s another thing to...
The Lacrosse Goalie Grade Is Not The Scoreboard

The Lacrosse Goalie Grade Is Not The Scoreboard

Coach Edwards explores save percentage and explains how it is the only true grade a goalie should get. He shows lacrosse goalies how they can dissect their save percentage to critique their games and bring their performance to the next level. 1:20 – Save Percentage is key, and some personal wisdom from Coach Edwards 1:42 – It’s not whether you win or lose, but how you win or lose. 2:26 – How to figure out save percentage. 3:14 – Dissecting save percentage to get as much out of it as possible. 4:00 – Observing trends through your game statistics to become a better goalie. 5:00 – How to tell if your goalie is getting better. 6:00 – How to critique your game to improve as a lacrosse goalie. 7:10 – Learning how to truly judge a goalie’s performance on the field. Introduction Hey everybody, Coach Edwards here. It’s that time of year. Finally get that question. It’s like the fat question I always get every year. I also get this one too. I got two emails this week. Mom, Dad, frustrated, goalie’s really lit up and is just bummed out. Team lost a game like 14-2, another one was 8-0. So here’s the deal. A goalie’s grade. If we’re going to have a game, a goalie’s grade is not the win-loss. When the team loses 8-6, 10-0, 14-0, 21-17, the goalie should not feel good or bad based on the win or the loss. They should feel according to how their save percentage was for that game, and then overall what their average is. Coach Edwards’ High School Career For me, when I was going through...
What Summer Camps Should My Lacrosse Goalie Go To

What Summer Camps Should My Lacrosse Goalie Go To

Coach Jonathan Edwards gives goalies advice on which type of camp they should go to in the summer – recruiting camps versus teaching camps. Coach Edwards cautions against showcasing before a goalie is ready and the importance of learning at least one thing from every camp they go to. 0:39 – Should goalies go to teaching camps or recruiting camps? 1:27 – Teaching camps are often repetitive. 2:09 – A goalie can learn a game-changing gem wherever they go. 2:55 – Make sure goalies have a plan before they go to any camp. 3:46 – All position camps will teach goalies more than goalie specific camps. 4:26 – Don’t waste your money on showcases if you’re not ready. 7:24 – Goalie specific camps. 8:00 – Don’t try to get seen too early. Introduction Hey guys. It’s Coach Edwards at LacrosseGoalieTips.com and LacrosseGoalieUniversity.com, and this week I got a great question. It’s hard to think about this already because the season is about to start, but already people are thinking about summer camp and what they need to do. I got an email from a parent the other day wondering if their goalie should be going to a recruiting camp or more of a teaching camp. Teaching Camp Or Recruiting Camp? This is a great question. Usually my first answer to this is if you’re hedging, if you’re not sure you should go to a teaching camp or a recruiting camp, most likely you should go to a teaching camp. If you think your goalie needs that then they need to be working on technique and working on proper movement to the ball, because there are a thousand other...