Repetition and Hard Work Develop Speed…Not Magic!
As I’ve said numerous times to our players, you won’t “magically” develop a weak hand one day just by showing up for practice. You have to do the work and put in the effort to achieve the gains. This means spending hours playing catch with your buddies, banging the ball against a wall thousands of times…and shooting on cage with your weak hand. The same goes for developing speed. Check out this latest post on the New York Lizards Blog that provides some ideas on how to train to improve your speed.
In the fastest game on two feet, lacrosse teams always have the need for more speed. It’s what helps players blow past defenders and scoop more ground balls. However, this ability does not magically appear. It is typically developed through the repetition of regular workouts.
Read the full article here: Speed Training: Learn How to Outrun the Competition — New York Lizards Blog