NLA Lacrosse Program FAQ
What is the difference between program sessions and clinics?
Program sessions are part of the individual development program, and are scheduled on a weekly basis. Clinics are scheduled pay to attend events with pro players, college coaches, and or position specific instructors. Clinics are scheduled monthly.
WHO WILL BE COACHING THE SKILL PROGRAM CLASSES, AND CLINICS?
Skill session instructors will vary. Sessions will be headed by a current/former college coach or pro player. Instructors will be listed on the calendar 2 weeks in advanced.
how are the skill development CLASSES BROKEN UP?
This will vary by session. Live play sessions and advanced skill sessions will be broken up by age and level of play. Skill and position specific instruction may be mixed groups of age and level of play.
What is the time demand of the skill program?
After the player's fitness & skill assessments are complete, they will be given a training schedule with class options. You will then have a chance to choose your training schedule from classes that factor in age, position, and skill level. The Skill development program will provide options to train in 2 skill (1 hour) sessions a week.
The SFS strength training programs adds 2 (1-hour) sessions per week.
What does a weekly training schedule look like?
The weekly schedule above is a sample replica of our typical fall and winter skill training schedules options. After player assessments, you will have a chance to choose training time slots that factor in grade, skill level, and position. We will adjust the class schedule to accommodate high demand training time slots, and positional needs after schedule player assessment and schedule submission.
Are there discounts on the skill development program?
The NLX skill development program bundles all of our high-level training services into a discounted package. The are no further discounts that we can apply to the development program.
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