Increase Your Lacrosse Speed With Multi-Directional Exercises

Increase your lacrosse speed and balance with multi-directional exercises.

A lacrosse player cradles the ball and jogs down the field in open space. As he approaches a defender, he suddenly jukes left and explodes right into a full sprint before taking a hard shot on goal.

This type of situation defines the game of lacrosse, which is played at high speed but not always in a straight-ahead sprint. Most often, you're moving in multiple directions. That's because it's a dynamic game with many players either trying to impede your progress or avoid you at all costs, and it's your job to do whatever you can to stop them.

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Topics: LACROSSE | BRIDGEATHLETIC | POWER | TRAIN | SPRINT | DRILL | HIGH SPEED