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The Basics of Indoor Lacrosse

The Basics of Indoor Lacrosse

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with Johnny Mouradian,
Philadelphia Wings General Manager and Head Coach; Inducted into the National Lacrosse League Hall of Fame ('08)

Welcome to the fast-paced, unique game of indoor lacrosse! In this instructional DVD, Johnny Mouradian uses an on-field presentation to introduce the game of indoor or box lacrosse. 

Indoor lacrosse features up tempo read and react situations. Shots, passes and rebounds come at a high rate quickly developing stick skills and other lacrosse skills. Players learn every aspect of lacrosse, as they all play offense, defense and transition. 

Mouradian teaches skills and breakdown drills that will get any athlete familiar with indoor lacrosse. He shares teaching points on taking advantage of the boards as well as tuning your stick for speed and accuracy. He also shares the importance of the ready four position and gives tips on effective use of the cradle. 

Shooting fundamentals and passes-both overhand and backhand-are covered as well.

A former lacrosse standout at Ithaca College, Johnny Mouradian has made National Lacrosse League headlines since 1992 when he joined the Buffalo Bandits for five-year stretch as general manager. During his years with the Bandits, he led the team to league championships three times and made the playoffs every season. Mouradian added two more championship titles to his list of accomplishments with his next team, the Toronto Rock, who finished at the top of the league in 1999 and 2000. Mouradian remains the only general manager in the NLL to win five championships, a distinction that led to his 2009 induction into the National Lacrosse League Hall of Fame. He is also a member of Ithaca's Hall of Fame. 

73 minutes. 2011.

This DVD is part of the set:

Indoor Lacrosse 4-Pack