Nowadays, lacrosse coaches have some high quality apps to choose from. Let’s take a look at the best options. That can improve your team and make your practices more efficient.
LaxLessons displays unique drills and plays with 3D graphics. Each play comes with a clearly written description. One can even wirelessly print 3D PDFs of drills and plays to take them on the road or to build a tangible paper playbook to supplement the e-playbook. Drills and plays can be easily sorted by difficulty, position and formation.
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This app functions as a nice play editor. It allows users to design and save drills and plays. It also helps coaches design practice sessions and manage the team. They can store their unique roster on the app as well. Any work that they do on the app can be presented through external displays or projectors.
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Mobile Coach offers lacrosse coaches and players access to 200 plus lacrosse drills. It has videos and diagrams that one can pull up on a smartphone or desktop computer. Drills can be sorted according to skill level, drill type or gender. The app also provides game footage that puts concepts on display.
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Any lacrosse coach in search of new drills should give this app a try. It helps coaches create elaborate practice sessions. There’s a cool feature called the “Droid Drill Spinner” in which the app actually picks out a drill for the squad. Aside from drills, the app contains a series of unique games and fitness activities as well. Drills can be sorted by the specific type of skill that a coach wants players to practice and develop. The app also provides a “Coaching Points” button that gives advice to improve practice sessions.
This Lacrosse app is considered to be one of the best coaching tools offered on a mobile device. It has a “formation chooser” to help coaches conjure up plays. It also allows players and coaches to collaborate with ease. They can study a plethora of offensive and defensive formations. These formations have been updated since the app’s initial launch to include basic and big stick on defense and face off, l clear, 1-4, 2-2-2 and 2-3-1 on offense. The app can be integrated with Facebook so coaches and players can share their plays with Facebook friends.