Lax Wiki is a lacrosse wiki that provides free information on lacrosse shooting, recruiting, drills, defense & much more. This lacrosse wiki is aimed at helping middle school and high school boys lacrosse players. If you have played lacrosse or are a lacrosse enthusiast, we hope you will help beginners by adding your knowledge to this free lacrosse wiki. Share your love of lacrosse!
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Lax Wiki - A Lacrosse Wiki focused on Lacrosse Drills, Recruiting, Shooting, Defense & More
Lax Wiki is a free lacrosse wiki focused on helping players learn basic and advanced techniques for boys youth and high school lacrosse. We want to help your son to improve his overall lacrosse skills (i.e. shooting, dodges and defense) through free advice & instruction regarding lax basics, lacrosse drills, wall ball, conditioning and much more. We hope that high school and college lacrosse players will give back and share their lax knowledge in order to help younger players.
This lacrosse wiki provides help with basics (i.e. catching, checking, cradling, passing and shooting) as well as more advanced lacrosse techniques (i.e. question mark dodges, over the head checks and goalie techniques). Whether your son is just learning lacrosse or has been playing lacrosse for many years, you will find free lacrosse videos and instruction on Lax Wiki that can help improve his game.
We can also help your son with the college recruiting process. This lacrosse wiki has sections focused on recruiting tips, prospect camps, recruiting camps, etc. We even provide you with information on elite summer club teams which are an important means of being seen by college coaches.
Lax Wiki wants to help lacrosse parents so they can assist their children with drills, practice ideas, tactics, etc. Your son will find it easier to improve at lacrosse if you help him. You will also find practicing lacrosse together with your son is a great family bonding experience. Therefore, we have tried to provide lacrosse parents with tons of advice and free videos. We want beginning lacrosse players to quickly learn lacrosse so they can enjoy and succeed at this exciting sport.
Therefore, if you are an experienced lacrosse player or knowledgeable lacrosse fan, we hope you will share your love the game and help improve this lacrosse wiki. Give back and help beginners and intermediate lacrosse players learn more about the game. Add your lacrosse knowledge to this wiki.
Here is a sample of the lacrosse subjects & techniques found on this lacrosse wiki:
- Advice for Parents
- Advice for Beginners
- Box Lacrosse
- Checks (Stick)
- Checks (Body)
- Clinics & Camps
- Club & Tournament Teams
- Coaching Tips & Drills
- Controversies & Problems
- Drills (Beginner & Advanced)
- Drills (Wall Ball)
This lacrosse wiki also provides information about lacrosse college recruiting such as:
- College Lacrosse Prospect Days & Prospect Camps
- College Lacrosse Recruiting Camps & Recruiting Showcases
- College Lacrosse Recruiting Tips
- Elite Lacrosse Club Teams
- Tips On How To Make A Lacrosse Recruiting Video
This wiki also looks at advanced lacrosse techniques such as:
- Lacrosse Cross Handed Catching
- Lacrosse Ding Dong Check
- Lacrosse Fakes
- Lacrosse One Handed Shooting
- Lacrosse Underhand Shooting
- And many more!
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