Lacrosse Training

Pritchette Sports Performance Training provides sport specific lacrosse training.  Our sport specific training is for all athletes and all ages.

How this Training Will Translate to the Field:

  • Ability to create separation from the defense
  • Quicker Cuts (ex. D-Cuts)
  • Stronger Body Checks
  • More Velocity on Shots
  • Better ability to grind in the 4th Quarter

Foster Athletic Development for Lacrosse:

  • Foundational Strength/Power
  • Rotational Kinetic Chain Development
  • Speed/Agility
  • Balance/Coordination
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Reduce the Risk of Common Injuries in Lacrosse:

  • Ankle Sprains
  •  ACL/MCL
  • Hip Flexor Strains
  • Low Back Pain
  • Shoulder Impingement

Improve Fitness/Conditioning:

Lacrosse requires similar conditioning to other field sports.  Athletes need to be able to endure through an entire game of sprints, cuts and checks with sporadic rest times.  Since lacrosse is composed of both running and physical contact we like there to be both traditional conditioning with high intensity functional conditioning using Medicine Balls, Plyometrics, Sprints/cuts, etc. in our sessions.