How to make $90/hour sharing the game you love!

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Coaches of all levels can teach private lessons on the side. You don’t need to be a MLL player to connect with players in your community and elevate their game, all on a flexible schedule that works for you. Read More…

Posted in: Equipment/Gear, Training

How To Make $120/hour Doing Something You Love

How To Make $120/hour Doing Something You Love


It’s pretty simple. Private lacrosse lessons allow you keep a stick in your hand, enjoy the sun and share the game with the next generation of players. For college players and recent graduates, it’s a great summer gig with flexible hours. Read More…

Face-Off Factory Announces Summer Training Tour & Competition Schedule

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Costa Mesa, CA — June 24, 2014 — The Face-Off Factory has announced its SummerTraining Tour and competition schedule for players in grades 4 through 12. The Face-Off Factory features coaching from three division one face-off specialists, two of which finished top ten nationally in face-off win percentage, along with a detailed curriculum focused on all aspects of face-off play to allow our student to become complete and dynamic face-off athletes. Read More…

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Improving Hand Eye Coordination for Lacrosse Goalies



If you’re looking for some drills and training regimens to improve your hand-eye coordination, Sports Unlimited has you covered. After all, the more in tune your eyes, brain and muscle movements are with one another, the more agile, responsive and prepared you will be when your defense is caught staring at the pretty blondes in the bleachers. Read More…

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College Lacrosse Team Gets a Taste of Mixed Martial Arts Training

College Lacrosse Team Gets a Taste of Mixed Martial Arts Training


Saint Joseph’s College of Maine Head Coach, Dave Beriau, wanted to incorporate different forms of training for his team. Welp, he chose the most intense kind, MMA. Read More…

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Major League Lacrosse partners with Discover Your Game



“We at Discover Your game are extremely excited about this great opportunity to work with the MLL,” said DYG partner Ryan Small. “As a lacrosse-specific training company, we pride ourselves in not only making the best training equipment available, but also teaming up with the very best in the game – and the MLL is just that.” Read More…

Posted in: MLL, Training

Which Lacrosse Camp Is Right For You?

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Lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in America. There are more lacrosse camps now than ever before. With so many options, it is difficult to decipher which camp is right for your game. Every player is different and a right camp for a player that wants to play for a D1 program could be different than a camp for a player new to the game. Read More…

Posted in: High School, Training

AILA Announces Integrated Training Parternships with Elite Travel Lacrosse Programs

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Philadelphia, PA – December 1, 2013 — Elite lacrosse programs across the country are shifting their training programs to include indoor lacrosse (box style) as part of their coaching and player development. The American Indoor Lacrosse Association is proud to announce their first group of AILA Integrated Programs. Read More…

Posted in: Indoor, Training

Sports Injuries: How to Treat Five of the Most Common

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Playing sports places unusual amounts of stress on the body, and this can result in numerous types of injuries while playing. Type of injuries can range from mild annoyances, to permanent kinds that affect mobility. It is helpful to understand how to treat the five most common sports injuries experienced by most players in order to stop something more serious from occurring. Read More…

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What Parents Should Say as Their Kids Perform

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This is a hot topic in many sports now as the pressure on kids to succeed seems to grow each year. It has been noted by players, coaches and administrators alike that parents are now more involved than ever in the developmental process of their son/daughter as a student-athlete. Read More…

Posted in: High School, Training