Limestone College Head Coach JB Clarke lays out the optimal way to teach a fast paced, transition oriented type of game through a combination of discussion, illustrations and live action practice footage. Coach Clarke breaks his presentation down into two parts. In part I, Clarke shares his coaching philosophy, which is the foundation of teaching a team to take advantage of unsettled situations in a lacrosse game. Concepts such as Ground-Ball-to-Goal, C.H.A.O.S. (Constantly Harass and Create Opportunities to Score), and Attack the Pressure are explained and then demonstrated in live action drills. In Part II Coach Clarke introduces his eight favorite drills: flying rats; Toomey; 3,5,7, 9, and 11 lines; the Cornell drill; broken, NAZ; and 2v1 dynamic ground balls. Each of the drills is diagrammed on a white board prior to being performed by the players on the field. All the drills imitate game situations. They also reinforce correct stick work and communications between players. Coach Clarke believes that the players need to compete in everything they do. By making sure all the drills mean something, athletes are motivated to improve. This is an excellent video for coaches who are looking to teach a high speed, dynamic lacrosse style. 65 minutes. 2012. This DVD is part of the set: J.B. Clarke 2-Pack.