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LaxPrax In Sunny LA

Tuesday LPG posted a demo of LaxPrax. Today we have a new and perked up longer version showing Kyle Harrison of STX Lacrosse demonstrating the Lax Prax Trainer in sunny Los Angeles, California. View video after the jump.

Tuesday LPG posted a demo of LaxPrax. Today we have a new and perked up longer version showing Kyle Harrison of STX Lacrosse demonstrating the Lax Prax Trainer in sunny Los Angeles, California. Kyle attests to the LaxPrax trainers ability:

The LaxPrax allows you to practice catching and throwing on the run at all different angles – the reactions to the ball are what make the LaxPrax unique! In a game situation, the ball can’t be thrown directly to your box-area every time, and this product allows you to train for that! This product will revolutionize the way lacrosse players of all levels develop and improve their skills.

Head to LaxPrax for more info.

We want to hear your thoughts. What do you think of LaxPrax? Will you be using one in the near future?

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LaxLlama8
LaxLlama8
11 years ago

I, for one, like the ball to release off of the VERY top of the mesh on my stick, with very little whip.

I feel like this way to attach it would hinder that release. But having it on the throat would just be awkward in a sense.

SeattleSlew
SeattleSlew
11 years ago

I agree with PrideCoach… Attach it to the top of your stick.

Only downside is that you can’t twirl your stick, which i guess is dumb anyways. it makes you use the correct form, like all those golf self-teaching products.

they actually have a stick-trix product too, which is tight!!!!!

SeattleSlew
SeattleSlew
11 years ago

Agreed with PrideCoach… Attach it to the top of your stick.

Only downside is that you can’t twirl your stick, which i guess is dumb anyways. it makes you use the correct form, like all those golf self-teaching products.

they actually have a stick-trix product too, which is tight!!!!!

PRide Coach
PRide Coach
11 years ago

I bought one a few months ago and it takes a little while to figure the best way to attach it your stick. The only real problem is the cord gets tangled sometimes and ties itself in knots. I attached the cord to the top of the head like Kyle and it seems to work better than the factory recommend attachment point, the neck of the shaft.

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