Lacrosse Drills and Training Videos

Swax Lax soft lacrosse training balls provide a variety of applications for players of all ages. The weight and dimensions of the product mimic the qualities of a regulation lacrosse ball, while also enhancing the player's ability to play with confidence due to its soft quilted construction. And with no bounce, missed passes are easily corralled and put back into the drill allowing more reps and less chasing. 

Introduction to Swax Lacrosse Training Videos 

 

Menu of Lacrosse Training Drills

Lacrosse Training Videos for Boys

  • Swax Lax balls are terrific for Rebounders
  • Our favorite drill at Swax Lax is Playing Catch
  • Try the classic Basic Line Drill
  • The Jackpot drill encourages players to catch the ball above their shoulders at the highest point
  • Swax Lax balls are perfect for goalie warm-up drills
  • The Ground Ball Progression drill works well because the balls don't roll too far
  • Who doesn't love Stick Tricks?

Lacrosse Training Videos for Girls

  • The Sleeping Giant drill is ideal for reinforcing good ground ball technique to very young players
  • The Loading Drill improves shooting technique and focuses on correct follow through
  • The Leading Pass Drill teaches players the important skill of catching on the run
  • The purpose of the Catching at All Angles Drill is to teach players to catch the ball in their protective zone
  • The Goalie Drill is perfect for pre-game warm-up or for practicing eight-meter shots
  • The 3 Man 2 Ball Drill is an excellent ground ball or passing drill as well as a great conditioner

Goalie Training Videos for Boys (using Swax Lax Goalie Balls)

Ted Glynn of Goalie Solutions shares lacrosse drills he uses when training goalies.

  • The Bucket Drill for goalies is for low shots.
  • The Freeze Drill for goalies forces them to watch the numbered panels into their stick
  • The High Drill forces the goalie to call out the color or number
  • The Step and Targeting goalie drill forces the goalie to step and call out the color or number
  • This drill forces the goalie to call out the number on the Swax Lax ball during the traditional Walk the Line drill

Goalie Training Videos for Girls

Ted Glynn of Goalie Solutions shares lacrosse drills he uses when training goalies.

  • Head up, head down, the Bucket Drill is good for low and tell the number on the ball after she's made the save
  • The Freeze Drill works on step as well as targeting
  • The High Drill forces the goalie to catch high and call out the number on the ball
  • The Step and Targeting Drill uses stick side targeting while calling the number
  • The traditional Walk the Line Drill using a Swax Lax Goalie ball with numbered panels

Articles on Lacrosse Drills

8 Places to Train Outdoors with a Swax Lax Ball

This summer is the perfect time to put a lacrosse stick in your hand, grab a Swax Lax ball, head outside, and train anywhere. Where exactly? Here’s where...

ECD Is a Big Fan of Weighted Lacrosse Devices

Greg from ECD likes the Swax Lax Power Weights because they put the weight on the head not the shaft so they don’t get in the way of your hands and provide the most resistance.

Drills for More Advanced Players

Here are 11 drills for high school and college-level players.

Perfect Drills for Middle School Lacrosse Players

These lacrosse drills are excellent for middle school players and work perfectly when confined to the close quarters of a gymnasium or on a small field.

3 Favorite Indoor Lacrosse Drills for Intermediate to Advanced Players

Here are three of our favorite lacrosse training drills. They can all be used either indoors or out, for boys or girls. Each drill, in its most basic form, should be able to be executed by an average middle school player.

How to Use a Rebounder with Swax Lax Balls

Grace, Shea, Charlie, and Brynn (from her bean-bag chair) demonstrate how they use Swax Lax training balls and an All Ball Pro rebounder in their basement.

3 Indoor Lacrosse Drills for Beginners

As a coach, you are probably looking for drills that you can do with your beginning lacrosse players indoors or in confined areas. Here are three simple but effective drills for beginners that you can use indoors or in a small corner of a field.

How to Do the "1v1v1 To Goal" Lacrosse Training Drill

A competitive, high-energy ground ball drill that will teach young lacrosse players how to react to different situations.

One Knee Shooting Lacrosse Drill

This drill teaches athletes how to correctly shoot an overhand lacrosse shot.