- Replicate game situations to get the most out of your players
- Make your players more comfortable within your offense
- Keep players focused and working on all aspects of their shot
with Kenneth "Bear" Davis, Ohio Machine (MLL) Head Coach;
former Archbishop (MD) Spalding Head Boys Lacrosse Coach; former Robert Morris Head Coach, led the nation in scoring in back-to-back seasons (2010-11); former assistant coach for the Czech Republic Men's National Lacrosse Team, where he helped coach the team in the 2002 Prague Cup as well as the 2002 ILF World Games in Australia
Credited with building Robert Morris' Lacrosse program from the ground up; Coach Bear Davis shares several tips and insights to help your players become better shooters.
Davis packs this instructional lacrosse video with 25 game-speed shooting drills, each containing theory and explanation along with on-field demonstration.
These shooting drills are specifically designed to mimic and simulate game-like situations to make your players more comfortable within your offense.
Davis includes drills for time and room shots, cross crease finishing shots, fish hook shooting, trailer shooting, ground ball shooting and many more. Davis includes some game clips that reflect the results of these drills in action.
Davis' drills will get your players a lot of repetitions during practice, emphasize good form and technique, and will help make sure that players communicate effectively. Variations to each drill can be made by encouraging change of direction, stick fake-shots, strong and weak hand shots and encouraging players to hit high or low corners.
These drills will keep your players focused and working hard all practice long.
55 minutes. 2009.Lacrosse Videos