How To Improve Outlet Passing In Lacrosse Goalies

http://traffic.libsyn.com/lacrossegoalietips/LGTips_-_How_To_Improve_Throwing_With_Lacrosse_Goalies_.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadHow To Improve Outlet Passing In Lacrosse Goalies Coach Edwards discusses why outlet passing is so important for lacrosse goalies and what you can do to improve it. Many coaches don’t demand their goalies take time to work on proper throwing technique and proper progression of throwing for distance. Just like a football player, lacrosse goalies are distributing the ball up the field and need to pass short, medium, and long. Just like a quarterback. In this episode Coach Edwards lays out a quick but effective drill that all lacrosse goalies should incorporate into their practices as well as outlining the importance of creating lacrosse goalies who are an offensive “threat”. Are You A Member Of Lacrosse Goalie University? If not WHY not? Check out the most valuable resource on the planet for lacrosse goalies by clicking...

The Lacrosse Goalie Is An Offensive Player

http://traffic.libsyn.com/lacrossegoalietips/LGTips_-_The_Lacrosse_Goalie_Is_an_Offensive_Player.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadClick the video below. The lacrosse goalie starts the offense. (That’s after a save or a ground ball of course!) But most goalies rarely practice offensive minded thinking. In this episode, Coach Edwards discusses why goalies and their coaches need to look at lacrosse goalies as offensive players and how to incorporate them into your practices for better clearing and fast break creation. Goalies should not be standing on the sidelines doing nothing. They should be incorporated into fast break drills as well as line drills and other offensive sets to help them learn what the offense does, what they are thinking. This work will then carry over into how a lacrosse goalie can better direct their defense. Are You Looking To Be Recruited To Play Lacrosse in College? If so, you’re going to want to check out the FREE resources over at...

How To Stay Focused When The Ball Is On The Other End Of The Field

http://traffic.libsyn.com/lacrossegoalietips/LGTIps_-_040816_Staying_Interested_When_The_Ball_Is_On_The_Other_End_of_The_Field.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download In today’s episode Coach Edwards answers a question from a lacrosse goalie in Plano, Texas about how to stay focused when the ball in on the other end of the field. Welcome to our new lacrosse goalies from: Plano, Texas. Cary, North Carolina. New York, New York, Ipswich, Massachusetts. San Diego, California. And Great Falls, Montana. Great to see the game growing across the country. Today’s lacrosse goalies are just like most kids who have smartphones in their pockets. They are so used to being distracted (or “attracted” as I like to call it) their attention can wander when they are in the cage and the ball is on the other end. Coach Edwards has a couple of great techniques that lacrosse goalies and coaches can use to keep you on top of your game even when the pace of the game isn’t keeping you on your toes. For Our Lacrosse Goalie University Coaching Members: This month, Coach Edwards dissects a goal scored on Syracuse University lacrosse goalie Warren Hill by Notre Dame. This crease dive can be stopped if you just play the percentages. Check it out. Not a member of Lacrosse Goalie University? Why not? It’s the most comprehensive lacrosse goalie coaching resource on the planet. Join...