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A Series of Manup Plays for Boys Lacrosse

A Series of Manup Plays for Boys Lacrosse

Check out these man-up plays. To see the videos of these plays as explained by the Kudda coaches, log into your account or join Kudda today. Series of Man-up Plays for Boys Lacrosse from jrice81

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A Series of Passing Drills for Girls Lacrosse

A Series of Passing Drills for Girls Lacrosse

Looking for new passing drills for your lax practice? Check out these drills from the Kudda video library. Passing and Stickwork Drills for Girls Lacrosse from jrice81

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Breaking Down the Backer Defense in Girls Lacrosse

Breaking Down the Backer Defense in Girls Lacrosse

Many thanks to Jessy Morgan, George Mason University Head Lacrosse Coach, for sharing the various aspects of the Backer Defense. To see the principles of this defense, watch the video below

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Using the Invert in Boys Lacrosse

Using the Invert in Boys Lacrosse

Coaches, if you are looking for ways to make the defense uncomfortable, to change their slide packages and to make the defensive middies have to play from behind their goal, consider using an invert style offense. For more specifics see the following slides as well as logging into your Kudda account to see the videos [...]

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Creating a Skills Inventory for Lacrosse

Creating a Skills Inventory for Lacrosse

Listing out all of the skills that you want your lacrosse players to learn each year should result in a list of 40-50 skills, depending on the age group. The following slides point out the steps needed to create this Skills Inventory. Skills inventory for Lacrosse Coaches from jrice81

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5 Factors to Consider When Developing Your Practice

5 Factors to Consider When Developing Your Practice

80/20 Rule This simple rule states that coaches should spend 80% of their time working on the top 20% of the most important skills. In other words, become great at the most important skills. Determine what those skills are and spend most of your time focused on improving those skills.   Skills vs Game Situations [...]

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How to Create Great Pre and Post Game Talks

How to Create Great Pre and Post Game Talks

How and What to say to your team before and after games. Please remember that EVERYTHING you say and do w/ your team should have a purpose. Coach K and Dean Smith both wrote about how every interaction was pre-planned. The message, location and tone were all thought out ahead of time to maximize the [...]

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Number 1 Coaching Strategy to Winning More Games

Number 1 Coaching Strategy to Winning More Games

     Imagine a seasoned HS varsity team playing against a very skilled team of 11-12 year olds. The younger players can all dodge but they are not going to beat the older players 1v1. They can pass the ball all they want but they won’t be able to penetrate the varsity defense. The varsity players [...]

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