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Ok, so the buzz and anxieties of the season are over, or drawing to a close. Or maybe you are involved in a summer coaching program at the High School or Rec level. At the risk of challenging our personal commitment, are we ready for a little self-evaluation?

When it comes to continuing to develop as a coach, are you a student? Or are you stagnant?

For many of us, our last marching orders to our teams were, “Continue to work on your own, or make sure you are working on wall ball.” Many of our programs have integrated summer weight training into our varsity lacrosse regiments. All designed to continue development and skills for our players. Are you still with me?

I might define coaching lacrosse as; “Doing the best we can to put our boy’s lacrosse players in the best position to be successful.” Are you OK with that? Then what if we were to evaluate ourselves against the same barometer?

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4 Responses to “Article: Are You Stagnant? Or a Student of Coaching Lacrosse?”

  1. Bob Merkle Says:

    you look like you just ate some bad mexican food

  2. Piercing Says:

    It is the second entry I read tonight. Thank you.

  3. ultrasurf Says:

    Good article . Will definitely copy it to my blog.Thanks.

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