Lacrosse Face-Offs: Winning Every Draw

Lacrosse Face-Offs: Winning Every Draw
Lacrosse Face-Offs: Winning Every Draw
Item# LXD-03730B
$39.99
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Product Description

  • Develop competitiveness and toughness in the face-off circle
  • Fine tune your clamp, jam and lazer face-off mechanics
  • Get specific drills for your face-off specialists
  • Own the "X" on every face-off
with Mike Daly,
Brown University Head Men's Lacrosse Coach;
former Tufts University Head Men's Lacrosse Coach;
2015, 2014 and 2010 D-III National Champions; 2016 NCAAD-III National Runners-Up;
2010 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) D-III Coach of the Year; 3x NESCAC Coach of the Year;
In 2014, Tufts set a national record scoring 423 goals during the season.

Increase your face-off winning percentage this season!

In this lacrosse DVD, Mike Daly breaks down the skills and drills that lead his team to more possessions and the 2010 D-III National Championship. A big factor in the Tufts championship run was the increase in the amount of practice time spent on face-offs leading to an increase in face-off winning percentage.

Coach Daly demonstrates a basic warm-up session utilizing three different types of face-offs: Clamp, jam and lazer. Daly and his assistants break down the basic fundamentals of each showing the proper stance, stick positioning and footwork to win each face-off situation. Daly also teaches how your players on the sideline can contribute to the success of your team's face-off winning percentage.

Daly shows two specific drills he created for his face-off specialists. These drills incorporate the transition phase while emphasizing building winning face-off mechanics.

Lastly, you will get a game video break down from Tufts 2010 Championship season demonstrating how these drills transition into game situations.

Whether you're a seasoned veteran or just starting out, Mike Daly will teach you in the ins and outs of how to administer a perfect face-off routine to meet the needs of your team.

36 minutes. 2011.



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