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Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Oct. 23 Lacrosse Coaching Clinic Archives Available
Saturday 10/24/2013  -  Duke Sports Information

1.      Introduction – Four steps of motor learning and motor learning concepts

2.      Practice planning, organization and execution

3.      Carl Christensen – Duke Sports Performance

a.       How and why Duke does what it does in the weight room

4.      Reference points, vocabulary, drill emphasis

a.       Importance of developing a specific vocabulary

b.      Establishing reference points or non-negotiables (i.e. Duke players never pick up a ground ball with one hand)

5.      The coach’s mindset

a.       What your mindset needs to be in practice

b.      Be concise

c.       Have a focus and avoid tangents in drills

6.      Individual group and team drills that Duke does every year and you can do

7.      Practice organization – Going skeleton, thud or live

8.      Advice for breaking down the game into teachable segments

9.      Part/Whole Theory – In the box offense with the ball

10.  Video clips of Duke’s practice drills – in the box offense

11.  Game film of what Duke wants to see in the offensive box – shooting, passing, etc.

a.       Film from Duke vs. Rutgers in 2013 to demonstrate positives and negatives in an offensive set

12.  Recruiting in 2014

a.       How the recruiting landscape has changed

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