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LACROSSE

Lacrosse is very much a contact sport and with that comes some serious injuries. This lacrosse season, there are some simple steps that you can take in order to try and prevent injury and therefore have a more successful season.

Prior to the season starting, participating in a strength and agility training program will ensure that once try outs and the season starts, a lacrosse player will be in optimal physical fitness geared for the season. Lacrosse requires speed, strength, balance and agility for the quick starts and stops, quick footwork to evade an opposing player and endurance for the game. Footwork training for quick directional changes and balance training for maintaining strength in position will allow a player to be steady on their feet when challenged by an opponent. Examples of footwork training include reaction drills, ladder drills and cone drills. Examples of balance training include single leg balance on an unstable surface such as a bosu or wobble board with sq...

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