Max Seibald: Time and Room Shooting

Max Seibald: Time and Room Shooting

Max Seibald: Time and Room Shooting



Lax.com and SONO Fieldhouse team up to bring you a Shooting tutorial featuring Max Seibald

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    by (#233660) on 9/07/10 @7:41PM
whats the point of having a goalie in there the whole time if your only going to show the result of ONE shot?
 
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    by (#150575) on 9/08/10 @1:48AM
Where can you get those Nike Legacy shirts?
 
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    by (#135806) on 9/08/10 @12:04PM
You dont need to see the result of the shot, it's an instructional about how to make your shot better. Go practice it to see the results.
 
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BOY
    by (#253042) on 9/08/10 @2:25PM
Thata boy swanweahawk. Use that noggin kid!
 
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Why I've been a Successful Coach
    by (#255401) on 9/10/10 @6:02PM
Watched the video of the two young men shooting. What is with the bigger player releasing his hand like KJ Choy? If I'm coaching a youth player, a high school player, or working out a D-1 player on his summer break, I NEVER reiterate that. Granted I am not a coach now, but plenty of people at different levels look to my coaching/advice.

To the young man with the shoes untied, that is no way to step on a field...I tell my kids at all levels to get a good pair of shoes for the season, tape them repeatedly if you have to, and get on the wingline and GET THAT FIRST BALL!! And when you get ready to shoot, please have your shoes tied and hold on to that stick, look out for late hits and make sure you get that guys number if it were to happen! Take care everybody!
 
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Young Men
    by (#253042) on 9/13/10 @11:42AM
One of the two "young men" the bigger of the two... is Max Seibald. quick Bio: Team USA, selected 2nd overall in the 2009 MLL draft by the Denver Outlaws. Also winning the Tewaaraton trophy that year, awarded to the "Most Outstanding" collegiate lacrosse player in the United States. In addition earning Ivy League Rookie of the year honors, while playing at Cornell University.

Good tips... but when shooting a time and room shot, i think you get the most power out of the push pull, and then accuracy is simply practice, practice, practice. BUT No need to restrict your follow through by holding onto your stick with two hands. It's ok to let your stick go in your follow through, but just start by working on power and accuracy.
 
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    by (#221840) on 9/12/10 @4:09PM
perrrfect flow =]
 
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