The Champions of Speed Lacrosse Program has improved the speed and movement skills of over 500 Collegiate and Top High School Lacrosse Players.
Our unique and customized Lacrosse Speed and Agility Training Program improves on-field performance through our proprietary combination of fundamental movement and lacrosse specific skill instruction.
We enhance every athlete’s performance by improving and combining the fundamental athletic elements of Speed, Agility, Balance, Power, & Strength with a player’s Lacrosse Skills.
The most important and distinguishing skill in lacrosse is speed. Whether it’s your ability to recover more ground balls, get shots on goal, or avoid an opponent, etc., it’s a significant difference maker. We improve your speed by properly instructing you to improve your acceleration and developing better first step movement.
The quicker a player’s footwork the better the lacrosse player. To improve a player’s skills we teach athletes to play “up on the balls” of their feet, in order to avoid playing “flat-footed”. We enhance an athlete’s 360 degrees of movement patterns, improving quicker foot speed for better dodging and sliding skills that creates the space necessary to avoid or cover an opponent.
One of the skills most overlooked is an athletes ability to maintain their balance and execute plays when off-balance. We spend time developing every athlete’s stability from their feet to their core. We train athletes to maintain their position when battling an opponent for a ball, after delivering or receiving a body check by incorporating innovative and proven techniques that instruct players how to use their center-of-gravity and body weight as leverage and to their advantage.
It’s essential that lacrosse players learn to effectively use their natural power to accelerate, change speeds, maintain their velocity, and establish the stability to move in lateral directions quickly with precision while executing lacrosse specific skills. Our innovative power development sessions focus on applying the proper movement techniques to quickly produce maximum force
The ability to generate force relative to your body weight in order to deliver a check, maintain your position while executing a play, fending off an opponent near the crease, is developed in the off-season through our regiment of body weight training. We focus on both Static Strength (i.e. improving your ability to establish and maintain your position when shooting on goal or battling for a ground ball) and Dynamic Strength (i.e. the ability to produce force on your shot when moving at a high velocity).
All of our training focuses on preventing injuries. We focus on stabilizing the ankles, knees, and hips, by strengthening the areas supporting those joints through different customized training for females and males while strictly following the stages of age development.