As a coach, I believe that everything is possible with…progression.
I”m sure your goalie can look at a lacrosse ball.
I’m sure they can hold a lacrosse ball.
They probably can throw a lacrosse ball.
And they can probably catch a lacrosse ball.
But at some point…and it doesn’t matter if they are a middle school goalie or a pro goalie…they will develop a fear of the ball.
It may be temporary. It may last a little while. Or…
It may force them out of the game.
Today we’re going to talk about fear and the lacrosse goalie and what you can do to avoid tremendous disappointment.
Enjoy. And be dangerous.
Mental Performance School
Olympian Jonathan Edwards is "Coach Edwards". He runs the longest consecutively running lacrosse goalie blog on the planet. He is the "behind the scenes goalie mind" for some of the top lacrosse goalies on the planet and he has worked with lacrosse goalies from Junior High, to the PLL. He coaches goalies privately, year round, via video and phone through his Lacrosse Goalie University goalie coaching program. Don't wait for the summer to get to a camp and don't hire some local college kid who is home on break. Get unbiased goalie coaching from the coach who is changing the game, one goalie at a time.