- Combine shooting drills with offensive concepts to save practice time
- Practice zone and man offensive situations while getting shots on the net
- Give your players numerous reps at each practice to build confidence near the net
- Learn how to incorporate passing into each shooting drill
with Jim Berkman, Salisbury University Head Coach; 2016 DIII National Champions;
All-time winningest coach in men's lacrosse history (over 450 wins);
11x National Championship Coach (D-III); including five championships in six years (2003-08);
3x Division III National Coach of the Year (2012, 1991, 2008);
distinguished member of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame (2013); has coached 9 national players of the year
Ten-time national championship coach Jim Berkman follows up his best-selling How to Create a Great Shooter and Individual Playerwith an assortment of more than 20 shooting drills that will help your team fine tune their shooting fundamentals and improve your offense as a whole.
As the all time winningest lacrosse coach in NCAA history, Berkman knows what it takes to provide his players with an exciting and effective practice session. Watch as Berkman incorporates his offensive strategies and passing fundamentals into his shooting drills to get a large amount of shooting reps while maximizing the effectiveness of each drill.
Berkman's drills will help you in many areas, including:
- Quick passing in man-up and zone situations
- Skipping the ball for shots as defenses collapse on the crease
- Spacing and looking for the back side gap
- Touch passes on the pick and roll and pick and slip actions
- Passing accuracy for quick shots
- and much, much more
In this shooting session you will see animated drill diagrams and watch the team execute each drill in practice.
Make your practices more efficient by using Berkman's shooting drills to simulate offensive schemes and that end with a shot. This gets your ball drills and shooting work done while providing numerous shooting reps.
Make your team a better shooting team and a better offensive unit starting today!
40 minutes. 2011.Lacrosse Videos