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Old School Lacrosse offering High School Winter Skills Training

Sunday, 2nd December 2012

Categories Boy's/Men's, Events, High School, Training, Posted 12/2/12

Several spots remain for the Old School Lacrosse High School Winter Lacrosse Skills Training sessions at the Phelps School.

The details:

The Winter Lacrosse Training will give you the tools needed to prepare yourself for the up coming season. Training will consist of Stick Skills, Offensive/Defensive, Strategies/Positioning, and small sided scrimmages.

These sessions will be a very intense lacrosse work outs. There will be constant reminders about form and we will stress working at full speed so the boys can perform full speed in a game. Most drills will be non-linear, just the way the game is played!

Note from the instructors
Size, speed, athleticism can only take a player so far in lacrosse. Efficiency is what separates great teams from good teams and good players from great players. Efficiency is what can pull a team from behind late in a game and it’s what can make up for lack of size, speed and athleticism. This will not be a wind up and shoot crank shots clinic. This will be all about making the right play, passing stick head to stick head, using proper footwork, attacking angles in game situations and finishing shots to score with a high percentage. We look forward to working with the OSL players this winter.

The Phelps School’s Indoor Field House
583 Sugartown Road
Malvern, PA 19355

December 8, 15
January 5, 12, 19, 26
February 2

Sessions are broken down below:
Session #1 – 11:30 am -1:00 pm
Session #2 – 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Fee: $425 (Only “30” spots per session)

What to Bring:
Full Lacrosse Equipment, Mouth Guard, Cleats, Running shoes, Sweat top and Bottom, Shorts, T-shirt, Reversible practice tank-top

Adam Mueller
Bob DiIonno
Mike McGuane
and other guest coaches

For questions about the content of the Skills Sessions, feel free to contact Adam Mueller at 484-576-3271

For questions about payments feel free to contact Bob DiIonno.


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