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 Wall Ball Routine

Find a hard surface that is about 10 feet tall; preferably smooth and away from windows or breakable objects. A brick or block wall will work. (Note, many players use the side of the concession stand) 15-30 minutes several times a week will greatly improve your throwing and catching skills.

Stand about 10-15 feet away from the wall. Pick a brick, block or spot and try to hit that.

  1.       10 times in a row throwing over hand with your dominant hand.
  2.       10 times in a row throwing over hand with your non-dominant hand.
  3.       10 times in a row throwing over hand with your dominant hand with a quick stick.
  4.       10 times in a row throwing over hand with your non-dominant hand with a quick stick.
  5.       10 times in a row throwing side arm with your dominant hand.
  6.       10 times in a row throwing side arm with your non-dominant hand.
  7.       10 times in a row throwing over hand with your dominant hand and catch cross handed.
  8.       10 times in a row throwing over hand with your non-dominant hand and catch cross handed.
  9.       10 times in a row throwing cross handed with your dominant hand and catch dominant.
  10.    10 times in a row throwing cross handed with your non-dominant hand and catch non-dominant.
  11.    10 times in a row throwing over hand with your dominant and catching non-dominant.
  12.    10 times in a row throwing over hand with your non-dominant and catching dominant.
  13.    10 times in a row throwing over hand with your dominant and catching over your shoulder.
  14.    10 times in a row throwing over hand with your non-dominant and catching over your shoulder.

Mix it up! Vary the rep and patterns. Move along the wall as you throw and catch. Throw and catch one-handed. Add some fakes and dodges.

All St. Pius X Girls' Lacrosse players are encouraged to play lacrosse outside of the regular school season. Club lacrosse offers opportunities to build and improve lacrosse skills, compete at the regional and national level, and build relationships with other lacrosse players and coaches in the area. In addition, St. Pius X will organize 1 or 2 teams to practice and compete in local pre-season tournaments during the fall.

Atlanta area club lacrosse programs include: 

Thunderbird Lacrosse (aka Stepout Sports) http://www.thunderbirdlacrosse.com/

Hotlanta Lacrosse http://www.hotlantalacrosse.com/

Eagle Stix Lacrosse http://www.eaglestixlax.com/

AC Lacrosse Club http://www.acsportsacademy.com/