Game Simulation Drills to Improve Success on the Large Fieldby Jamie Munro
The Best way to improve when not practicing for a real game is to play mini games. Players experience the greatest development when they better understand how people move about the field in both wide and tight spaces. The only consistent thing that happens in a lacrosse game is the inconsistent moments that occur. Fast-paced games with varying amounts of players helps individual players improve immensely. To better understand the rationale of players is to BEST understand the game of lacrosse itself.
Jamie Munro again offers his insights in how to utilize smaller game settings to continually be improving one's game. Working in as many different settings as possible focusing on different aspects of the game will improve skill IMMENSELY. Take advantage of these different assortments of players and use them to get better.
- 5th on the All-time leading scorers list for Brown Lacrosse (and member of HOF)
- Former Head Coach for Denver University Lacrosse (1998-2009)
- Former Founder and CEO of 3d Lacrosse
- Founder of JM3 Sports