“I am becoming all that I can become.”
The difference in creating a space for players to “do lacrosse” vs “become lacrosse players” is huge and important to realize. One is like recess where players can do whatever they want, another is intentionally designed to see the growth most beneficial to them.
This is truly what my brother and I are obsessed with. The daily process of becoming. Seeing a person as potential that is never stationary, always growing or reducing, and creating those environments/experiences where players grow, as well as learn in a way that rarely allows them to go back to where they were before.
It is an honor to be a part of the development process for players, and something we take seriously. What is always tough for us is investing in a player for 5-10 weeks over the summer, and then not seeing them until the next year. There is a real desire to keep feeding that spark that had been ignited over the summer.
Luckily, this year, we don’t have to wait until next June to begin where we left off.
Our Fall/Winter schedule is laid out, and we could not be more excited to continue pouring into players who are hungry to be great contributors on their teams. This will be the best Spring for everyone involved. Harrison and I are learning more every day - and breaking down this process of skill acquisition for players so we can know what is best for every training.
The focus this winter will be to get high quality reps that can be replicated in the spring. Each session will be capped to maintain a large number of opportunities for players to shoot and do the drills.
As seen on the website - each session will have a specific focus. Please reach out if you have any questions. These will be transformational opportunities. Players will get all that we know!
“The greatest achievement was at first and for a time a dream.” - James Allen
Grace and Peace,