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Speed, Strength, & Skill
Developing the Complete Player
 
 
Locations/Days: 
  • South:   Southpointe Field House
    • Thursday Evenings:  Youth (5 pm to 6:30 pm);  HS (8:30 pm to 10 pm)
      • Session II:  January 10, 17, 24, 31
      • Session III:  February 7, 14, 21, 28
         
  • North:  Wildwood Sports Facility
    • Sunday Mornings:  Both Youth & High School are running 7 am to 8:30 am & 8:30 am to 10 am
      • Session II:
      • Session III:

Program Cost:  

  • Full Year PPLC Member - FREE
  • Partial Year PPLC Member - $150/session
  • Non PPLC Member - $160/session

Goalie Programming:  ‚ÄčLimited to 4 goalies per session.  Keepers will have technical instruction first, followed by live participation in specific drills and the scrimmage.

Speed, Strength, & Skill is a program designed to focus on individual player development of fundamental skills while incorporating lacrosse specific speed and strength work.  These small group settings allow for individual attention.  The player to coach ratio will not exceed 8:1.   Each dynamic 90 minute session will begin with a 60 minute intensive speed, agility, and skill session.  All agility and speed work will be done WITH a stick!  This will be followed by a 30 minute fast paced  short sided even/uneven scrimmage.  The 90 minute session has been created to mimic a collegiate level individual/small group instructional.  
 
This unique approach allows players to focus on building proper mechanics in each of 6 defined skill sets through small groups, continuous correction, and high repetition.   Proficiency must be achieved in all 6 skills sets.  Proficiency is defined as the ability to execute the skill with accuracy and at speed.  At the conclusion of each session, players will receive a written evaluation incorporating both components, speed/strength and proficiency of skill.
 
The six focus skills are below:
1.     Stick Skill
2.     Individual Offense
3.     Individual Defense
4.     Ground Balls
5.     Shooting
6.     Space Creation