You can always improve your stick skills to become a better lacrosse player, and one of the easiest ways to do so is with a great lacrosse wall ball routine. There isn’t a lot that goes into playing some wall ball, but the benefits can be seen all over the field. In lacrosse, every player touches the ball and needs to be able to handle the ball effectively. Wall ball is a sure fire way to improve your stick skills on your own time so that you can become a better lacrosse player and a better teammate. To help you out with getting started, some of our Signature Lacrosse Pros shared their wall ball routines that they used to get to the highest level of lacrosse.
Signature Lacrosse Wall Ball Routines and More Lacrosse Training
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Signature Lacrosse Wall Ball Essentials
One reason that wall ball is such a great lacrosse training activity is because you don’t need any fancy equipment or other lacrosse players to work on your skills. Below are the essentials that you need for a great lacrosse wall ball session that’s sure to help improve your stick skills
- Signature Premium Lacrosse Balls - play wall ball with a lacrosse ball that isn’t going to fall apart, lose its grip, or ruin your training. Signature Premium lacrosse balls are more consistent and last longer than other lacrosse balls because they are put through such rigorous testing to withstand whatever you throw at them or whatever you throw them at.
- Signature Premium Soft Lacrosse Balls - if you are around windows, young lacrosse players, easily broken objects, or stuck indoors, the Signature Premium soft lacrosse ball is your answer. Made to mimic a real lacrosse ball with a super-soft construction, the Signature Premium soft lacrosse ball is the best indoor lacrosse ball for wall ball.
- Signature Complete Universal Lacrosse Stick - the only lacrosse sticks with a lifetime warranty, the Signature Complete Universal lacrosse sticks “The Player” for Men and “The Origin” for Women are tested to be the strongest lacrosse sticks around; and we’re confident you’ll be able to see that.
- A Wall- picking out a great wall for wall ball isn’t as easy as it sounds. Look for smooth bricks or cement blocks that don’t have deep mortar grooves between them. Variations in the surface of the wall can make for wild bounces that ruin your ability to properly train. Rebounders and bounce-backs work very well if you have access to one.
- Confidence- you need to approach playing wall ball with a great attitude or it’s going to be a waste of your time. Yes, you are going to drop the ball. No, that doesn’t make you a bad lacrosse player. Yes, you need to keep going and finish the routine to get better. Don’t get discouraged.
Dhane Smith Box Lacrosse Wall Ball Warm Up
Signature Pro Dhane Smith is a frequent flyer on the stat sheet of the Buffalo Bandits, the Chaos Lacrosse Club, and Team Canada. His soft hands and ability to control his stick in traffic has made him a menace at the professional level. Below, Dhane shares his lacrosse wall ball warm up for box lacrosse that keeps his hands sharp before lacrosse training, practice, and games. You can always catch Dhane using a Signature Complete Universal lacrosse stick of a Signature Contract lacrosse head and Signature Player lacrosse shaft. Dhane loves the stiffness, lightness, and consistency of his Signature Complete Universal lacrosse stick, and that’s why it’s always his choice when he’s stepping onto the field or hitting the wall.
Ryland Rees Lacrosse Wall Ball Training Routine
Signature Pro Ryland Rees knows that defenders need to be able to handle to rock too, and his lacrosse wall ball training routine is guaranteed to whip you into shape. As a member of the Rochester Knighthawks, Waterdogs Lacrosse Club, and Team Canada, Ryland has shown that he’s a world class lacrosse player with a short stick and a long stick. To be able to play both field and box lacrosse professionally, you need to put in the work on the wall and develop great hands. The lacrosse wall ball routine below is what Ryland uses to get in a quick workout while having fun and improving his stick skills at the same time. And every time Ryland plays wall ball, he uses Signature Premium lacrosse balls that can stand up to the hundreds of reps and still perform consistently.
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