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    with Ivan Cohen,
    2014 German National Team Goaltending Coach for the 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championships

    Assistant Coach Ivan Cohen and members of the 2014 German National Team staff demonstrate 13 fundamental goalkeeping drills that Team Germany used to prepare for the 2014 World Games.

    Beginning with the proper stance and hand position on the stick, Coach Cohen demonstrates how the goalie stick should be held. He shares ways to reduce rebounds and track down the shot. Using a series of drills - from a simple ball toss to situational toss to using the handle of a short stick - Coach Cohen offers a step-by-step discussion on how to successfully increase hand eye coordination while adding a conditioning element.

    Coach Cohen shares a series of six drills designed progressively warm-up the goalie. He begins by having the shooter move back and forth on an arc about 8-10 yards away shooting five shots each systematically working high to low and strong hand to offhand. These drills focus on handling different shots from different angles using body placement to handle every type of shot. Shot angles include corner shots, time and room, bounce shots and shots coming from around the corner and inside.

    Coach Cohen puts goalies through a series of breakout passing drills throwing long and outside to on a line to the inside while under pressure. He uses basic field player triangle catching drills to train goalies how to switch hands. Finally, he shows how to play when pressed on the clear and how to reduce the chance for mistakes.

    Any coach or player can instantly transfer these drills to their own team to increase the skills and performance of their goalies.

    50 minutes. 2014.


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    with Lars Tiffany,
    Brown University Head Men's Lacrosse Coach;
    2x Ivy League Champions

    Coach Tiffany has a great understanding of what it takes to be great on defense - he was a 2-time team captain and starter on defense for three years under Dom Starsia (now niversity of Virginia head coach) at Brown. Good communication between the six defensemen and the goalie are required to create strong team defense. The goalie's only goal is to watch the ball and communicate to the on ball defender. The off ball defenders determine the slides. The 'hot player' designates himself as 'hot' and asks his teammates to fill and second slide. Other verbal calls dictate the slide patterns: crease/crease, crease/adjacent, adjacent/adjacent, and cross crease. Slide scheme development starts with the 1 v 1 decision-making drill and progresses to a full catalog of drills that include 2 v 1, 2 v 2 with an outlet, etc. On the field, Tiffany begins with on ball play. Decision-making is the key part of team scheme development. The first slide, second slide, third slide and recovery are all demonstrated in drills on the field. The DVD finishes with game clips of 6 v 6 defense, demonstrating a variety of slide packages.

    103 minutes. 2008.


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  • 05/29/15--22:00: Triangle and Motion Offense
  • with Cindy Timchal, U.S. Naval Academy Head Coach;
    8x National Championship Coach at Maryland (seven consecutive), 2x National Coach of the Year, 400 career victories; all-time winningest coach in Division I Lacrosse history

    Join Cindy Timchal--the most accomplished women's lacrosse coach in the sport--as she dissects the motion and triangle offenses. Through white board diagrams and practice footage, Coach Timchal describes the benefits of each as she shows you how to install each pattern into your system. The motion features the crease dodger, back door cut, clear space cutting, net drive, inside feed, inside shots and back side options. The triangle's primary strength is attacking both sides of the cage. Players assume positions behind the goal, post and along the perimeter. By attacking the left side, right side and behind the net, this offense puts great pressure on the defense to stop shots on the net. Timchal shares the Magic and Shark set out of the offense that can score vital goals at the end of the half. In addition, Timchal presents drills to help reinforce her instruction.

    52 minutes. 2009.


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    with Jack Kaley,
    former New York Institute of Technology Head Lacrosse Coach;
    2008 NCAA Division II Men's Lacrosse National Champions;
    4X NCAA Div. II Coach of the Year, 4X NCAA National Champions,
    All-time Winningest Coach in Division I and Division II (84.3%); 450+ wins;
    Team USA Assistant Coach,
    German National Team Head Coach

    Introduction by Bill Harkins,
    Florida State University Head Lacrosse Coach,
    German National Team Assistant Coach

    Coaches Kaley and Harkins collaborate to bring you this outstanding DVD on Pressure Zone Defense. Coach Kaley shares his philosophy behind his successful pressure zone defense. Overall, this philosophy is based on three elements: offense, defense and riding. All three are geared to force the opposition to make specific preparation for Kaley-coached teams. Pressure and cutting off passing lanes are the keys to this aggressive approach. Through a marker board presentation and on-field demonstrations, Kaley highlights three pressure spots: two top, two side, and crease behind. He stresses the value of practicing 6 vs. 5, leading up to implementing the team zone attack. Adjustments have been a big part of Kaley's philosophy and winning program. He shares his most powerful adjustments as he describes the Black call, Fire call, and the 500's. An all out application of pressure is the result of the "Red" call. An experienced strategist, Kaley feels that his adjustments make opponents adjust to him. The Pressure Zone Defense is one of the major aspects of his incredible success in collegiate lacrosse! Developed by combining pressure to his winning "man down" scheme, this defense will provide an edge to the coaches who adopt it.

    30 minutes. 2006.


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    with Gene Peluso,
    Stevens Institute of Technology Head Men's Lacrosse Coach;
    Over 150 career wins

    Get an aggressive riding game that is guaranteed to keep your opponents guessing.

    Gene Peluso's riding game is feared within the lacrosse community. In this instructional lacrosse DVD Peluso teaches his three most effective rides: the 10 Man Zone, the 9 Man Zone and the Low Pressure Ride by utilizing a combination of video presentations, on field walk-throughs, and live-play drills.

    You will see Coach Peluso take his team through each of the riding strategies. Individual roles and responsibilities are clearly defined for each ride using in-depth illustrations. He goes into detail explaining how every player on the field should react to various situations on the field, and team goals and concepts are reinforced in fast paced live demonstrations.

    These rides will create unsettled opportunities for your team. They will force your opponent into low percentage passes. These passes will create ground balls and turnovers turning defense into offense in your opponent's half of the field.Peluso also divulges his favorite practice drills for strengthening effective riding and clearing skills. These drills include 2v2 Alley Drill, the 1v1 Revenge Drill, and the dynamic 54 Full Field Pressure Drill.

    The rides and drills on this DVD can lay the cornerstone to a successful season of creating havoc for your opponents on their clears. Coaches and players at all levels of the game will benefit from the insightful coaching techniques presented by Coach Peluso.

    91 minutes. 2012.


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    with John Nostrant,
    The Haverford School Head Lacrosse Coach,
    2011 LaxPower High School Boys Lacrosse National Champion,
    2x State Champion, 300+ wins as a high school coach, 2008 Gold Medalist on USA U-19 World Team Staff,
    3x All-American mid fielder at Washington College, 2x NLL All Pro
    and Travis Loving, Defensive Coordinator and Goalie Coach, The Haverford School

    Train the precision movements your goalies need to perfect to keep the ball out of the cage!

    In this "in cage" presentation, Head Coach John Nostrant of The Haverford School walks you through the most critical goalie fundamentals. He goes over position fundamentals in the net, the outlet pass, and footwork fundamentals including walking the line. Nostrant also shares the essential traits and qualities of successful goal keepers.

    Assistant Coach Travis Loving demonstrates drills for body positioning and stick positioning. He begins with footwork drills and then goes through a proper warm up. Once the goalies are warmed up, they work on positioning drills on the dodge, behind the net with a dodge, and on the fast break.

    Loving then drills the goalies on turns when the ball is behind the net and proper technique.

    Moving into game-like situations the goalies work on shots with a screen, feeds to the crease, and outlet passing. Loving concludes with wall ball drills that work on proper footwork and stick movement.

    Make game-changing saves this year with these fundamental techniques and drills.

    46 minutes. 2011.


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    with Bill Tierney, University of Denver Head Men's Lacrosse Coach,
    2015 NCAA Champions; 2014 Big East Champions;
    3x ECAC Champions; 2x ECAC Coach of the Year;
    2010 Lacrosse Magazine "Person of the Year"
    former Princeton University Head Lacrosse Coach;
    7x NCAA Championship Coach; 14x Ivy League Champions;
    2x National Coach of the Year;
    U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame (2002);
    1998 US National Team Coach (World Champions)

    Coach Bill Tierney has led Princeton to six NCAA men's lacrosse championship titles in his 16 years as head coach. Now he shares his insights to adjusting your defense to an ever-changing offense. After winning a national title, Princeton went on to lead the nation in scoring defense, scoring margin, and winning percentage in 2002. Coach Tierney explains how to create dozens of different defenses by choosing any one of the five outer-circle theories, combining it with any inner-circle plan of action and adjusting individual responsibilities. He gives an extensive marker board presentation with pressure-filled defensive schemes designed to confuse opposing offenses. The advantages of Tierney's system is it takes away the center of the field, does not allow for easy shots, and focuses on containment of the ball and the offensive players. All of these concepts, and the drills used to teach them, combine to develop a strong, cohesive team defense at any level.

    41 minutes. 2004.


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    with J.B. Clarke, Limestone College Head Coach;
    Back-to-Back NCAA D-II National Champions (2014-15);
    2012 NCAA D-II National Runners-Up;
    3x Conference Carolinas Regular Season and Tournament Champions; over 190 career wins and has coached in the NCAA Final Four at Division I, II and III levels

    Head Coach J.B. Clarke gives an all-access look at proven techniques and philosophies as his team prepare for another season. Coach Clarke's explanations will help you appreciate the reasons each drill and exercise is used in the practice. As coaches explain proper technique and their proven philosophies, you will understand what each drill will accomplish.

    Practice 1
    The first practice session begins on the field with partner passing. In an effort to challenge players, each partner in the passing lines has a ball, which is passed simultaneously to their partners. When both players are each passing a ball, more focus and concentration is required to correctly time throws between the players.

    After a quick run and stretches, practice moves to team drills. Beginning with a 2-on-2 drill, two sets of players recover a ground ball. Defensively, the expectation is to double the ball. Offensively, players need to recover the ground ball and then move it effectively through the double coverage to score.

    The 2-on-2 progresses to various man-up drills. Each drill focuses on a narrow set of specific conditions and includes a specific set of restrictions. This might include limiting the field size or limiting where players can shoot from or move to.

    Coach's Meeting
    Watch as Coach Clarke and his staff construct a practice. The "all access" nature of this presentation is underscored by the candid discussions of the coaching staff. Not only does Coach Clarke discuss the mechanics of each drill, he also explains why it's being run and how it fits with the goals of the practice session. The goal is not to become better at performing the drill, but to become a better lacrosse player by applying learned skills to game situations.

    Coach Clarke's commentary is as useful as watching the drills themselves. Viewers get a unique insight into not only the practice itself but the planning, coaching tips and constant assessment that is going on during the practice.

    Strength Training
    Moving into the weight room, Curt Lamb, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Limestone College, explains the use of multi-joint movements to make lacrosse players stronger and more powerful. Olympic motions as well as ground-based movement encompass the majority of the lifting exercises. All of the weight room exercises were chosen for their maximum impact specific to lacrosse players. As a whole, the exercises are meant to facilitate strength and conditioning while also helping to minimize injuries.

    Practice 2
    Practice two begins on the field with the Gaffney Cup, a small-sided game exercise. Designed to be a customizable scrimmage, the Gaffney Cup is primarily an offensive drill that encourages competitiveness. The rules can be changed to force certain behaviors such as insisting on a pass before shooting on net, not allowing the ball handler to run with the ball or it can be used as a reward to allow players to play longer. This is a fun exercise that lets players try things they may not feel comfortable trying in other practice settings. As a coaching tool, it gives coaches the opportunity to evaluate players in a less structured setting.

    On-field practice continues with scoring drills. In the Georgetown Prep scoring drill, players shoot from three different positions at five-yard increments. This drill is used to encourage specific habits.

    The Fire drill works on defensive communication. Working from various defensive formations, the goalie calls out "here's the ball" and after the slide, returning to the location called out by the goalie. There's enough instruction to clearly define the foundation of this defensive formation as well as the philosophy of how this drill fits into the game situation. Therefore, the fire drill can be tailored to suit the needs of any team playing at any level.

    Coach Clarke shares a great template for a Clearing Stick Work drill. The goalie, who has the best view of the field, is responsible for communication. He directs two of the long pole defensemen to move the ball depending on how and where the attackmen are playing. Clearing the ball is covered in several different drills-sometimes the advantage is given to the clearing team, sometimes to the team that is riding. In every variation of the clearing drills shown, Coach Clarke's basic clearing philosophy is continuously reinforced.

    This video set is detailed enough to be repeatedly studied and viewed. The drills coupled with the insight shown in this presentation can be applied as part or whole to help provide a solid foundation for any level of lacrosse. This series will improve your understanding of lacrosse and leave you better prepared as a coach or player.

    284 minutes (3 DVDs). 2015.


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    with Tony Seaman, Denver Outlaws General Manager;
    engineered a team that set 10 MLL records in 2013 on its way to become the first in MLL history, and just the fourth team in North American major pro sports, to finish a season undefeated;
    former Towson University Head Coach;
    3X National Coach of the Year (of only two coaches to have been honored as the National Coach of the Year at two different schools);
    over 250 career wins; 1994 United States National Team Head Coach (World Champions)

    With over 20 years of college coaching experience, Coach Tony Seaman has established himself as a master of the game. Seaman has compiled over 200 career wins and led his teams to 16 NCAA tournaments. Team defense has been a foundation for Seaman's success and in this video he shares the essentials to playing team defense with the "Sliding Defense" system. Using marker board presentation and on-field demonstration, Seaman systematically teaches the Xs and Os of the crease/slide package. Seaman builds the basic slide package with principles of player positioning, responsibilities, and communication versus the 1-3-2 and 1-4-1 offensive sets, emphasizing 1-on-1 pressure defense, double-teams, and area coverages. Coach Seaman also shares two philosophies of sliding defense to force the offense to play to defensive strengths and offensive weaknesses by guiding the ball and player movement. In further developing team defense, Seaman teaches the principles and fundamentals of the second and third slides, behind the goal scenarios, and exceptions to using the slide. This video will help you develop and successfully implement a sliding defense to add pressure, put the ball on the ground, create transitions, gain offensive advantages, and excel at any level of play!

    48 minutes. 2005.


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    with Will Scudder, Lehigh University Assistant Coach/Face-Off Coordinator;
    as a player at Lehigh he won 54 percent of his face-offs

    introduction by Kevin Cassese, Lehigh University Head Coach

    The better you are at face offs, the more possessions your team will control. Concentrating on two classic face-off techniques, Lehigh Assistant Coach Will Scudder presents each exercise efficiently and progressively from its most basic components though the completion of winning the ground ball created by the face-off win.

    With a clear, step-by-step explanation of each movement, Coach Scudder presents a mechanically well developed, consistent training plan that will challenge advanced players while instructing and building confidence in less experienced athletes.

    The Clamp
    Utilizing a low stance and sinking your hips for leverage, Coach Scudder emphasizes the most important rule concerning the positioning of your top rail for winning the clamp. To support this movement, the mechanics are carefully explained while they are performed first slowly then more quickly with each successful repetition. Successful completion of this technique is apparent when superior leverage beginning with first contact is demonstrated. This includes proper body positioning, hand and feet position so as not to create a rule violation.

    The Jam and Re-Jam
    The initial move over the ball is crucial to be able to win a face off with a jam. Leading to that first move is the discipline necessary to consistently maintain a low and explosive position in an effort to catch your opponent off guard. Remaining vigilant against your opponent may allow you to re-jam your opponent in an effort to keep him guessing at what you will do.

    Face Off Drills
    Coach Scudder shares several drills to reinforce face-off mechanics and improve wing play, including:

    • Whistle Timing Drill - Helps player get comfortable at spending longer time in their ready stance.
    • Ball Bucket Pops - Building the skill of popping the ball forward. Perform an individual face-off, pick up ground ball and place ball into bucket.
    • Smasher Pad Ground Balls - Perform an individual face-off, pick up ground ball and then coach pressures you with a blocking pad.

    This presentation also includes a drill for training wing players to box out and pick up ground balls off the face off.

    This is a great DVD to begin to build any face-off man at any level and preaches the most important parts of the face-off-consistency.

    50 minutes. 2015.


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    with Dave Cottle,
    Chesapeake Bayhawks (MLL) Head Coach;
    former University of Maryland Men's Lacrosse Coach;
    #3 in wins (active coaches);
    3 NCAA Semifinal appearances (2003, 2005 and 2006); 2x ACC Coach of the Year

    A true innovator in college lacrosse, Coach Cottle tackles the difficult task of presenting zone offense with clarity and ease. This carefully crafted DVD is delivered with marker board diagrams and outstanding on-field demonstrations. Coach Cottle highlights several zone offenses to prepare your team for any defense. Tips for success focus on teaching freelance 1-4-1 zone offense before adding other components. Starting with the fundamentals, Cottle points out four individual and team skills needed for solid zone play and then discusses the 2-2-2, 1-4-1, 2-3-1 and circle formations. The advantages of this system include: Improved passing skills, a focus on taking good shots, enhanced play in the crease, and additional structure to your zone attack. Because opponents can execute a variety of zone defenses, Coach Cottle believes in having several different attacks. Discussion centers on many different formations and how spacing can change formations for maximum effectiveness. These changes are illustrated when shifting from the 1-4-1 to the 1-3-2, and from the 2-3-1 to the 3-3. From these formations players can carry from any of the areas. Another strategy discussed is the "3-3 combo", which adds a pick to the carry, roll off and pop off. The information, teaching points, and drills are useful for lacrosse coaches at any level.

    58 minutes. 2006.


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    LXD-03730A: with Mike Daly,
    Tufts University Head Men's Lacrosse Coach;
    2015, 2014 and 2010 D-III National Champions;
    2010 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) D-III Coach of the Year; 2x NESCAC Coach of the Year;
    In 2014, Tufts set a national record scoring 423 goals during the season.

    Get better shots on goal using aggressive transition!

    Scoring in a settled 6-on-6 situation is very difficult. Mike Daly places a major emphasis on attacking in all other situations - especially transition. Every drill and decision made on the field is based on an up tempo, attacking style of play.

    In this on-field DVD presentation, Daly shares key transition drills you can use to create an up-tempo culture in your program.

    The drills covered involve both full- and half-field sets and not only emphasize the up-tempo philosophy but also work on the players stick skills and fundamentals.

    Add-It-Up Drill is a continuous transition game drill starting with 4-on-3 and ending 6-on-6. The goal is to dictate pace and increase tempo. Brady Drill is another transition drill 5-on-4 where the players are fine-tuning their decision making on the attack as well as working communicating skills. Mini Game Series is a 4-on-4 mini game. The emphasis is on tempo, the defense handling the ball in game situations and playing offense in game situations.Bez Drill is a great competitive drill and emphasizes the philosophy of how he wants his team to play. It is a constant 3-on-2 break drill that gives the players many fundamental and stick handling opportunities.

    In all of the drills, Daly talks you through the action and his team's philosophy. He finishes by taking you through game footage showing the up-tempo, attacking style of transition game.

    The attacking transition game is a fun style of play for your players and can help you defeat teams that are more athletic and talented.

    73 minutes. 2011.



    LXD-03730B: with Mike Daly,
    Tufts University Head Men's Lacrosse Coach;
    2015, 2014 and 2010 D-III National Champions;
    2010 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) D-III Coach of the Year; 2x NESCAC Coach of the Year

    Increase your face-off winning percentage this season!

    In this lacrosse DVD, Mike Daly breaks down the skills and drills that lead his team to more possessions and the 2010 D-III National Championship. A big factor in the Tufts championship run was the increase in the amount of practice time spent on face-offs leading to an increase in face-off winning percentage.

    Coach Daly demonstrates a basic warm-up session utilizing three different types of face-offs: Clamp, jam and lazer. Daly and his assistants break down the basic fundamentals of each showing the proper stance, stick positioning and footwork to win each face-off situation. Daly also teaches how your players on the sideline can contribute to the success of your team's face-off winning percentage.

    Daly shows two specific drills he created for his face-off specialists. These drills incorporate the transition phase while emphasizing building winning face-off mechanics.

    Lastly, you will get a game video break down from Tufts 2010 Championship season demonstrating how these drills transition into game situations.

    Whether you're a seasoned veteran or just starting out, Mike Daly will teach you in the ins and outs of how to administer a perfect face-off routine to meet the needs of your team.

    36 minutes. 2011.



    LXD-03730C: with Scott Rynne and Brett Holm,
    Tufts University Assistant Coaches;
    2015, 2014 and 2010 D-III National Champions

    Take a comprehensive look at drills used by the Tufts coaching staff every day in practice to maximize the potential of their defensive players.

    In this video, assistant coaches Rynne and Holm break down five defensive practice drills step-by-step while also explaining common mistakes made by lacrosse defenseman and how to correct those mistakes. The coaches will show you how they tailor their defensive practice plans to always match the team's philosophy. Learn how to be more efficient with practice time by using numerous fundamental skills in each drill.

    These drills will develop clearing actions and over passes for defenders for a fast break offense, on ball to off ball transition and communication, sliding and recovering and zoning up the crease, and more.

    Discover the most important ways to defend individual players and the correct positioning of a defender's stick. The final drill, a 6-on-6 drill, uses a combination of the previous drills to create a game like, unsettled scrimmage for the players.

    Adding these drills to your defensive practice plan will help your team give up fewer goals and allow you to transition into offense a lot quicker, which will allow you to capitalize on the other team's mistakes and score more goals.

    65 minutes. 2011.




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    with Chad Surman, Lehigh University Assistant Coach,
    former assistant coach at Salisbury University, played on national championship teams at Salisbury University and Onondaga Community College;

    introduction by Kevin Cassese, Lehigh University Head Coach

    Lehigh consistently ranks in the Top 10 nationally in goal against average. In this presentation, Chad Surman shares drills and coaching instructions for developing the long-pole lacrosse player. By progressively combining individual footwork, stick, ground ball and shooting techniques, this presentation helps build the "complete" long-pole player.

    Coach Surman shares a series of challenging individual training techniques and competitive drills. Wall ball and ladder drills specifically designed for the long-pole player teaches them how to better handle the ball in transition, making players stronger in offensive and defensive situations.

    Stickwork Drills
    Beginning with the a series of wall ball reps to build confidence and skills, Coach Surman shares stick-handling drills to help with fielding ground balls, passing and check motions. The ground ball drills teach players how to feel their opponents and move into open space after recovering the ground ball. The check motion drills feature the M, W, Figure 8 and Circle movements to develop control and quickness. Coach Surman also gives a series of approach-and-recover drills that develop quick hands in the passing lanes using the stick-handling skills to help knock down passes. Individual exercises are presented that players can perform on their own as well as advanced checking techniques. Team drills performed at full speed bring all of the techniques together.

    Footwork Drills
    Coach Surman then takes the viewer through a series of drills using a ladder to build speed and quickness, and then adds drills to develop approach and recovery speed and control while providing game-like scenarios.

    Game Situation Drills
    Building on the stick-handling and footwork drills used earlier, Coach Surman shares drills tying in approach and recovery, breakouts, transition footwork and double team drills to build the defensive skills necessary for long-stick midfielders and close defenseman.

    Regardless of an individual's offense or defensive position, this presentation will help develop the complete long-pole player. Coaches and players alike need only apply hard work to the instruction shown in order to improve their proficiency and become highly skilled long-pole lacrosse players.

    52 minutes. 2015.


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    with Mike Pressler,
    Bryant University Head Coach;
    3x ACC Coach of the Year,
    2005 National Coach of the Year,
    2010 US National Lacrosse Team Coach - 2010 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) Wolrd Champions

    Join 2010 US National Lacrosse Team Coach Mike Pressler as he provides inside look into three practices at Bryant University.

    From the locker room to the practice field this DVD provides an unprecedented look into how Coach Pressler runs his day to day practices.

    Each day of practice starts in the locker room where Pressler and his assistants break down the tactical elements of that day's practice.

    Day 1: Offensive systems including stepping out from a 1-3-2 to a 3-3 man-up offense, face-offs, 1-on-1 and 4-on-4 drills, rolling, communicating, catching and throwing to both sides, and more.

    Day 2: Pick play, working off the ball, shooting and deep clearing, defense, picks, sub box, skeleton for sideline clear, 6-on-6 slide, and more.

    Day 3: Zone defense - using the different zones, rolling down field versus up field, 1-4-1 Power set with a roll or carry call, face-offs, scooping, ride clear scrimmage, zone offense/defense scrimmage, and more.

    On the field, Pressler begins with a dynamic warm-up that incorporates passing and stickwork. Over the course of the practices, Pressler leads his players through more than 45 drills that simulate game action and emphasize proper mechanics and techniques. These high-intensity drills work on rolling, communication, movement, cutting and more to get your players ready for game speed play and competition.

    Through Pressler's insights and practices, you will be able to see just what it takes to build a highly competitive and successful program.

    3 DVDs (315 minutes). 2010.

    All Access videos are designed to allow viewers from all over the world to see how successful coaches run their practices in a "live" practice setting. All Access videos allow viewers to see the practices un-edited and in real-time. You will see how top coaches run their drills, interact with their team and staff, how they motivate their team, the cue words they use, the atmosphere of the practice and how practices are structured from day to day. Many coaches visit successful colleges and high schools to watch practice. But if you live out of state or out of the country, visiting another coach's practice can be costly. That's why we created the All Access Practice Series of videos -- to bring the practices to you!


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    with Jim Stagnitta, University of Pennsylvania Assistant Coach;
    former Denver Outlaws Head Coach, 2013 MLL Coach of the Year, 2013 MLL Runners-Up;
    former Rutgers University Head Coach

    As one of the winningest active coaches in the country, Jim Stagnitta's success has come from his ability to be efficient on the offensive end of the field with the 2-2-2 Offense. The 2-2-2 allows you to maximize the ability of all your players, breaking them into three separate groups to attack as a unit behind the goal, in the crease and up top.

    In this on-field DVD, Coach Stagnitta shows you his progression for building his 2-2-2 offense. This easy-to-follow progression works the team as three groups before bringing it all together.

    Warm-up Drills
    Learn warm-up drills that will get your entire team involved (including the goalies). These fast paced drills move up and down the field to simulate an unsettled situation. This is an excellent drill that combines a number of line drills with one full-field drill that lets you see the entire field at once.

    In addition, Stagnitta runs his players through a 2-man Shooting Drill. This is a two-part drill that puts players in dodge and shoot situations they will find themselves in in a 2-2-2 offense:

    Part 1) works the behind the net and up top players. The focus is to work together to balance the field and shorten the pass lanes. This teaches the players to follow, throw the ball against pressure, dodge hard and understand spacing.
    Part 2) works with the players inside focusing on timing of cuts, spacing and finishing from the inside (sealing, quick release).

    Building a 2-2-2 Offense
    The warm up drills take Stagnitta into his 5 Drills for Building the 2-2-2 Offense. These drills help build the offensive system of play, but also work your defensive play. The drills are shown live on the field with his team as Coach Stagnitta talks you through the drills and the principles for the offense.

    • DRILL 1 -
    • Live 2-on-2: Step one of breaking down the 2-2-2. This drill takes the shooting drill to the next level - having the the high and low players work together as a unit. Focuses on keeping the offense balanced with proper spacing between the two players, setting and using three types of picks and dodging hard and quick to create a lane or a shot. This allows you to work on two spots - the high and low, as well as defense - on one side of the field.
    • DRILL 2 -
    • Live 4-on-4: (Perimeter Balance): The next step in building the 2-2-2 is putting the top and bottom players together so each group understands what the other is doing when they are attacking. This drill focuses on balancing the perimeter, spacing (opening up) and reading the dodge. Here, you incorporate slides and reads, which forces your offensive units to adjust accordingly. Also, in a 2-2-2 the passing lanes can be long, so this drill helps the offense close those lanes to make easier, safer passes.
    • DRILL 3 -
    • Live 4-on-4 (Inside Crease): Here you start live crease play by adding the two midfielders to the two attackmen. Working on the two attackmen and their three pick options, the two middies focus on sealing their man and popping outside, creating opportunity for the inside (that may open up shots for the attackmen behind). The drill also works on timing, cutting and reading the lanes.
    • DRILL 4 -
    • Survivor Drill: This drill places all four corners and the inside players together to focus on inside play. This drill is great at breaking down inside play and helping the perimeter players find open teammates inside. This also teaches the inside players where to set themselves based on ball movement on the outside. Finally, it forces the inside players to handle the ball in "tough" situations, and trains them to move with a purpose, opening dodging lanes and taking away the defensive slides.
    • DRILL 5 -
    • Live 6-on-6: The final drill pulls all three two-man games together with a live defense, allowing you to rotate your team from offense and defense. This drill also helps develop the push-pull offensive concepts used to balance the field, all in a game-like setting.

    The 2-2-2 Offense is not a scripted offense - a lot of things can happen depending on how the defense reacts or what happens when you first dodge. By incorporating these progressive drills through the two-man games it allows your players to read and practice many different situations so they'll be ready to execute during game time.

    57 minutes. 2010.


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    with Ricky Fried, Georgetown University Head Women's Lacrosse Coach,
    US Women's National Team Head Coach, 2010 Big East Coach of the Year; 6x Big East Champions; 2009 FIL World Cup Champions

    with Lauren Moten, Georgetown University Assistant Coach

    Using whiteboard instruction and live practice footage, Ricky Fried shares the philosophy behind his riding technique and drills for improving it. In addition to lacrosse fundamentals, Coach Fried demonstrates these competitive techniques:

    • passing and speed passing
    • attack and defense split
    • transitional passing
    • riding
    • full-field scrimmage

    The DVD opens with Coach Fried's adjustments to 1-on-1 passing and speed passing techniques. Stick position, footwork and hand position are emphasized. Correct hand and stick position while passing is emphasized. These techniques are reinforced during the speed passing drills.

    Attack players and defenders are broken into their respective groups. Coach Fried starts with the defensive players working on 1v1 fundamentals for footwork and body positioning. He emphasizes fundamentals specific to covering the ball carrier and controlling the attacker in order to dictate where the attacker can move.

    The remainder of the DVD focuses on riding techniques. Coach Fried's philosophy is to make the other team members work as hard as possible to clear the ball; it's not necessarily about causing a turnover.

    Coach Fried's techniques can be tweaked to your team's strengths and needs. There are several ways to maximize the pressure placed on the clearing team. With the drills presented here, you will learn how to set up your ride to force the other team to send the ball where you want it to be sent. You'll also learn how certain aspects of the riding technique can be used when players are working on clearing passes.

    By applying the defensive techniques learned earlier and operating under this specific riding philosophy, your team will be able to better determine where your opponents can move the ball, thus diminishing fast breaks and disrupting offensive plays.

    162 minutes (2 DVDs). 2014.


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    with Kevin Donahue,
    Syracuse University Assistant Lacrosse Coach;
    member of 11 National Championship teams; 2001 Jay Gallagher Award as the nation's top Division I assistant coach.

    Kevin Donahue is one of the most innovative and respected coaches in the game. He has been a part of 11 National Championship teams. In this instructional lacrosse DVD, you will learn essential techniques to develop confident goalies who are prepared to make big saves.

    Goalie Stance
    Using Coach Donahue's stance techniques, your goalies will learn to:

    • Cover as much area as possible and allow for free movement
    • Reduce unnecessary movements before the shot
    • Develop quick hands to the shot
    • Move both hands more quickly without extra movements
    Save Technique
    Using different camera angles, Coach Donahue shows the proper save techniques while providing error detection and correction cues to help goalies develop good habits.
    • Effective hand position and movement
    • Footwork where the hands move first but feet must follow
    • Create a leg-stick-leg wall on low shots
    • Clear start and stop positions to prevent drifting
    Basic Goalie Warm-up
    Using practice footage you'll see how Donahue's goalies warm-up focusing on footwork, hand eye coordination, working the arcs above and below the waist, reinforcing no false steps and reminding shooters to inform the goalies when shots are off net to help reinforce save techniques. He also touches on how to select the correct players to warm-up goalies, as the wrong shooters can actually hurt a goalie's development.

    Additional suggestions are provided for Alley Dodge Shooting Drills using a rope to teach shot boundaries and the how to use video to show your goalies their techniques.

    Coach Donahue's tutelage helped turn Syracuse Goalie John Galloway into one of the premier goaltenders in college lacrosse history. Now Donohue shares his knowledge and championship experience with you, so you can create successful goalies for your program.

    46 minutes. 2012.


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    with Chris Gabrielli,
    Duke University Assistant Men's Lacrosse Coach;
    and John Danowski, Duke University Men's Lacrosse Coach;
    Back-to-Back NCAA Champions (2014 & 2013);
    3x NCAA Men's Champs! 2007 NCAA Runner-Up; 2007 ACC Coach of the Year; 3x ACC regular season and tournament champions, and over 300 career wins

    What defines a Duke defenseman? This is the question Coach Chris Gabrielli thoroughly examines when evaluating what is required to develop a complete defenseman at Duke. In this excellent lacrosse DVD, Gabrielli provides insight into what makes his defensemen so successful and how that translates into what will make your defensemen successful. Gabrielli teaches drills and techniques that will shape and mold your defensemen's ability to stop the opposition. He focuses on skill work, change of possession, awareness, approach, individual technique, off-ball positioning, reacting to specific situations, and unsettled situations. Gabrielli's thoughtful approach to these concepts and situations has allowed him to enlist effective drills and techniques that are certain to turn your defensemen into a complete defensemen.

    58 minutes. 2009.


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  • 05/29/15--22:00: The Backer Zone Defense
  • with Scott Tucker,
    Limestone College Head Women's Lacrosse Coach;
    IWLCA South Region Coach of the Year; Synapse Sports National Coach of the Year; Conference Carolinas Coach of the Year

    Whether you run a man to man or zone The Backer Zone Defense will be a valuable addition to your defensive arsenal.

    In this detailed lacrosse DVD, Scott Tucker goes into great detail in explaining the principles of his highly successful Backer Zone defense. Using whiteboard and on field demonstrations he explains how this high pressure defense can help your team in both man up and man down situations.

    This high pressure defense stops the dodging or isolation offense so popular today. It allows your players to take risks knowing they have the security of a backer in place. This enables your team to force the offense out of its comfort zone and to change their game plan to deal with your defense instead of vice versa.

    Coach Tucker starts by describing the rationale behind this defense and discusses the type of players you should look for to implement the Backer Zone to its full potential. In his whiteboard presentation, Tucker's attention to detail is evident. He goes into each player's responsibilities as on-ball defenders and the proper positioning of off-ball defenders. He also discusses how to deal with offensive players in different positions on the field.

    Moving to the field, Tucker continues to illustrate key points in the Backer Zone. This will allow you to see how the defense is actually run during live exercises. He points out where players should be depending on the ball movement of the offense.

    This defense will be a great addition to any team's arsenal and is a must for any coach looking to gain an advantage on the defensive side of the field.

    42 minutes. 2012.


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    With John Danowski, Duke University Head Coach;
    3x NCAA Champions, including back-to-back seasons (2013-14); 2x NCAA Men's Lacrosse Coach of the Year;

    and Matt Danowski, Duke University Assistant Coach;
    member of the Charlotte Hounds (MLL), 6x MLL All-Star and was named to the All-MLL team in 2010 and 2011; 4x All American at Duke, 2007 Consensus NCAA Player of the Year, NCAA All-Time leading scorer

    Going beyond basic attack position techniques, Matt Danowski, the NCAA's all-time leading scorer, teaches the attack standards that he has developed into a proven attack philosophy. Using whiteboard explanations and on-field demonstrations, Coach Danowski explains how to play the attack position using the Duke standards of play. These include receiving the ball under pressure, protecting the ball, dodging with head up while looking to feed, getting open and creating space.

    Coach Danowski gives standards for protecting your stick using footwork and correct hand and body positioning. Focusing on-ball and off-ball movements, the progression of drills presented here, including C-cuts, S-cuts and Fish Hook cuts, will strengthen your players' ability to control the ball. This simple, commonsense approach to playing the attack position provides an easy-to-follow strategy that will greatly improve all aspects of your offense.

    Attacking the goal from behind the net is covered with several options to increase scoring opportunities. These drills will prepare you to successfully react to the actions of the defense. Discover how to play from behind and attack the goal. Know where to carry your stick and create separation. Learn how to read the defender to know when to use a Step Away Shot, Rocker Step, or Inside Roll. Using these methods, your attack will be better prepared to respond to the actions of the defense.

    Coach Danowski discusses how to look inside, look through for the skip pass or look forward all while handling a double team or slide. He then takes the viewer through a series of cuts, explaining how to get open using them and which cut works best with specific dodgers and their position.

    This comprehensive DVD also covers situational needs. Coach Danowski shows attackers where to line up on face-offs while the ball is in the defensive end and when approaching on the fast break. He then describes and demonstrates how attackers should move on loose ground balls off a face-off, how to follow the defense's slide to the fast break and how to receive the ball in a scoring area. Finally, he discusses how to play the ride and force the defense to throw over the top to delay the clear and increase the chance for mistakes.

    This is a must-have DVD for any coach or athlete who wants to rise to Duke's successful level of play. Using the drills and methods shown here will provide a foundational balance for your attack men. Working from a standard game plan, your attack will soon develop into an effective, efficient offense.

    59 minutes. 2014.


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