Think you have what it takes to be a goalie in the major league? In Goalie Skills for Lacrosse, Washington Bayhawks' very own goalie coach, Tano Arrogancia, provides a detailed overview of everything you need to know to get to the highest level. Having coached three-time Goaltender of the Year Greg Cattrano, Arrogancia's expertise is unparalleled. This instructional video course will cover the basics of equipment, stick skills, and ground balls before getting into essential goalie skills and face-off techniques.
By the end of this step-by-step guide you will be ready to stop even the best attackers in your league.
|1||Lacrosse Equipment: Sticks, Helmets and Pads|
|2||Lacrosse Stick Skills: Stick Protection|
|3||Lacrosse Tips: Ground Balls in Traffic|
|4||Lacrosse Goalie: The Basic Stance|
|5||Lacrosse Goalie: How to Stop a High Shot|
|6||Lacrosse Goalie: Pole Position with Clock Method|
|7||Lacrosse Goalie: Top Hand Meets Ball Drill|
|8||Lacrosse Goalie: Top-Hand Catch Drill|
|9||Lacrosse Face-Off: How to Take a Face-Off|
|10||Lacrosse Face-Off: Two Winning Face-Off Techniques|
Tano Arrogancia has been an assistant coach working with the goalies with Major League Lacrosse's Baltimore (now Washington) Bayhawks since 2002. He also serves as the goalie coach for The Boys' Latin School of Maryland, and was the head lacrosse coach at Pikesville High School (Md.) for eight seasons. Tano has received many coaching awards, including Coach of the Year honors from US Lacrosse, the Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Association, Baltimore Sun All-Metro and Baltimore Sun All-City/County.
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