Lacrosse Bull Dodge

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Lacrosse Bull Dodge

This page provides information on lacrosse bull dodges. This lacrosse dodging technique involves basically running over an opponent. The bull dodge can be a useful technique in lacrosse if you are bigger and stronger than your opponent. The bull dodge technique is frequently used by large attackmen (i.e. Dylan Molloy) and large middies (i.e. Myles Jones). They will use their weight and strength to "bull" defenders out of the way in order to get to the goal or to create space for a shot.

That is why it is essential for lacrosse players to add strength training to their workouts (either to be able to bull dodge or to be able to stop a bull dodge). In D1 college lacrosse, defenders need to be strong enough to push out opponents who can weigh over 200 lbs.

For other dodges (i.e. toe drag dodge), please visit the wiki's section on Lacrosse Dodges.



Lacrosse Bull Dodge by Myles Jones

Examples of Lacrosse Bull Dodges by Dylan Molloy





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