How to play lacrosse

How to play lacrosse - How to. PLAY LACROSSE Omar Damluji...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/7/09 How to… PLAY LACROSSE Omar Damluji Professional Practice April 1st, 2008
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5/7/09 1. Get your hands on a stick There are three main components of a stick: The Head- this is the piece at the top of the stick that the ball is controlled with. The Mesh- this is the stuff that is inside the head, known also as the stringing. The Shaft- traditionally it was made
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5/7/09 2. Learn how to cradle Cradling is the equivalent of dribbling in basketball, a necessary skill that is important to the game. The point is to use centrifugal force to keep the ball in your stick by a curling motion with your wrist. This is best done in front of a mirror while starting. Place the ball in your pocket( the area where the ball sits
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3. Learn to pass Passing is one of the most critical skills you can have in the game of Lacrosse. It is used to move the ball up field, catch your opponent out of position while hitting a teammate for an assist, or just getting yourself out of pressure. Keep the head next to your ear
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ISYE 410 taught by Professor Chase during the Spring '08 term at San Diego.

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