LaxPrax In Sunny LA

Tuesday LPG posted a demo of LaxPrax. Today we have a new and perked up longer version showing Kyle Harrison of STX Lacrosse demonstrating the Lax Prax Trainer in sunny Los Angeles, California. Kyle attests to the LaxPrax trainers ability:


The LaxPrax allows you to practice catching and throwing on the run at all different angles - the reactions to the ball are what make the LaxPrax unique! In a game situation, the ball can't be thrown directly to your box-area every time, and this product allows you to train for that! This product will revolutionize the way lacrosse players of all levels develop and improve their skills.





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4 comments

Agreed with PrideCoach… Attach it to the top of your stick.

Only downside is that you can’t twirl your stick, which i guess is dumb anyways. it makes you use the correct form, like all those golf self-teaching products.

they actually have a stick-trix product too, which is tight!!!!!

SeattleSlew

I agree with PrideCoach… Attach it to the top of your stick.

Only downside is that you can’t twirl your stick, which i guess is dumb anyways. it makes you use the correct form, like all those golf self-teaching products.

they actually have a stick-trix product too, which is tight!!!!!

SeattleSlew

I, for one, like the ball to release off of the VERY top of the mesh on my stick, with very little whip.

I feel like this way to attach it would hinder that release. But having it on the throat would just be awkward in a sense.

LaxLlama8

I bought one a few months ago and it takes a little while to figure the best way to attach it your stick. The only real problem is the cord gets tangled sometimes and ties itself in knots. I attached the cord to the top of the head like Kyle and it seems to work better than the factory recommend attachment point, the neck of the shaft.

PRide Coach

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