WINTER BOX LACROSSE PROGRAM
Black Bear Lacrosse Club has an excellent partner in Johnny Mouradian and the American Indoor Lacrosse Association to give our players the best quality coaching and instruction when it comes to learning BOX LACROSSE. We are very excited in announcing a “renewed partnership” to help our players learn the bio-mechanics of box lacrosse the RIGHT WAY. In early December All of our players will be attending “44TNT-Training’N’Tournament” instructional program ran by Coach Mouradian and Victory Events Series. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT 44TNT
wHAT IS BOX LACROSSE?
Indoor "box" lacrosse combines the physical play of hockey with the high scoring, fast pace and play-making style of basketball. Indoor lacrosse is played inside the confines of an ice hockey rink, with glass and rink boards intact. The playing surfaces consists of either green turf carpet that is laid down over the hockey ice or another suitable surface acceptable for the fast-paced, up-and-down style of play.
What does Black bear's box program offer?
- Improved stick skills
- Increased passing and shooting accuracy
- How to stick fake
- How to use a backhand effectively
- How to generate space off ball
- The "two man game" and how to effectively run a pick play
- Generating better scoring opportunities
- Better on ball defensive positioning
- Up-tempo style of play to increase decision-making
- Develop better on-field communication skills
- 35+ TOTAL hours of Training, Coaching, Playing & Instruction!
Black bear winter box proram
Players that sign up for our Black Bear Winter Box Program will have practices at the 422Sports in Pottstown Pa.
The Box Program begins in November and ends in Early January.
Players will have at least SIX to TEN 1.50 hour practices with Black Bear/AILA Box lacrosse coaches to learn the bio mechanics of the game.
Teams will also participate in ONE to TWO box AILA box tournaments in December and January.
Note: All BOX INSTRUCTION would take place at the 422SportsPlex 1400 Industrial Highway Pottstown, PA 19464