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How to Pick a Lacrosse Camp | Lacrosse

Hi, I’m Taylor Nissi, Director of Operations
for Game Breaker Lacrosse. I’m here today with Nick Schmidt who’s one
of our great regional directors. Please visit our website www.laxcamps.com. There are several different types of lacrosse
camps. First, you have your basic, instructional
camp, and this is very broad range and great for beginners. Then you have position specific camps. Again, these have a focus on instruction at
that specific position, but they might not have all of the positions included at camp. For example, you might have a defensive camp,
an offensive camp, or a goalie camp. Then the last type of camp is a recruiting
camp. These camps are focused strictly on colleges
coming and watching players play and then therefore recruiting them to play for them
in college. Another important factor is the quality of
the coaching. It’s great when there’s opportunities to work
with coaches you might not have regular exposure to throughout your youth in high school lacrosse. It’s also important to think about the ratio
of coaches to campers. It’s great to have a low ratio so that you
get the individual attention you need to help you develop your skills. It can also help you learn more than the basic
curriculum that the coaches and the players have outlined for that camp. Some camps also offer off the field things,
such as talks from coaches, nutrition advice, ways to train, and video analysis, or more
specific one on one drills. These are all important factors to consider
when attending a camp.

David Frank