Live Online Stringing Class with the Stick Doctor and Rose School of Stringing

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Stick Doctor fans, we are happy to announce the partnership with Rose School of Stringing to provide LIVE ONLINE stick stringing classes. Classes will be taught by myself, Greg Rose, of Rose School of Stringing. The idea: we wanted to provide a more active forum for learning to string a stick online, not just hitting stop and start on a YouTube video. Read More…

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Live Online Stringing Class with the Stick Doctor and Rose School of Stringing



Stick Doctor fans, we are happy to announce the partnership with Rose School of Stringing to provide LIVE ONLINE stick stringing classes. Classes will be taught by myself, Greg Rose, of Rose School of Stringing. The idea: we wanted to provide a more active forum for learning to string a stick online, not just hitting stop and start on a YouTube video. Students will be encouraged to follow along, pose questions, and learn! Keep Reading…

Symmetry Is One Of The Building Blocks Of Beauty; Also, Pockets



Good morning laxers and lax lovers. After teaching my Gonzaga workshop this week, I obtained some more insight into what troubles beginner stringers: symmetry. Symmetry is among many of the important aspects to stringing your pocket. Some of the other most important parts: sidewalls and tension.

PULLLLLLLL!!!!!!



Good morning laxers and lax lovers. This morning we’re going to get nice and comfortable with man handling our mesh. Just remember that this piece of mesh is going to be scooping, throwing, shooting, ripping, and laxing it up for you — make sure it’s up to grade.

Take It Easy…



Happy holidays laxers and lax lovers. I am writing this post to remind you all to remember the little things because, sometimes, they mean so much. When stringing a stick, it’s all in the deets (Urban Dictionary translation: details). Not to say that my upcoming bit of stringing advice means everything, anything, or even the most; I would just like to point out that sometimes something like a knot or the slightest change in tension can impact a stick tremendously.Keep Reading…

You work on this, you work on that. Why not on your pocket?



From my experiences coaching, playing, and working in the lacrosse industry, I feel there is not enough emphasis on a player and how he understands his playing instrument. Sometimes it is the wand, not the wizard. Keep Reading…