We are taking a look at the MLL players this week and how they stay on track as the season approaches. Even though there is some time before MLL games start these guys are not taking any days off from the gym. Not only are they working on bettering themselves, but they also are helping to improve the skills of younger players. However, for the college lacrosse teams, the spring has sprung and the start of a new season brings the dedicated and resilient players to the field. Stay tuned as we recap it here in the Social Media Roundup on MLL Press Box.
Kyle Hartzell, New York Lizards player, is ready to get back into the swing of things taking no day off!
Ryan Brown and Deemer Class showed their dedication to the game by also taking no days off with their RBDC lacrosse groups. Through the rain or shine, these guys were out on the field having their own "#SundayFunday," while I hung out on the couch wathcing the Grammy's... These guys put in some hard work.
🌧 or ☀️ our Charlotte crew put in work today! Thanks for the efforts and attention to detail today #sundayfunday #reps #quality #sweatthesmallthings - - @mattbohmer @thompsonbrad968 @teamcarolinalax @jship11 @will_canata @conner.baucom @blake_barwick22 @willshipley.09 @emmett_houlihan12 @ethan_lax_7
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Not only are these guys working hard year round, in the gym or on the field, but they also take time to share a little bit of what they know with the kids who look up to them. These talented guys that we love to watch on the field are passing down their knowledge of the game to the next younger generations of players.
Kyle Harrison from the Machine, takes on California to coach some high schoolers on skills and drills that can only make them better!
I'm sure some avid lacrosse fans out there are familar with Paul Rabil's "Rabil Tour" camp. The camp is designed by Rabil to improve on shooting, dodging, passing, stickwork, and more. His motto is "train, compete, experience" the camp has the full package. Rabil shows off one of his strongest players in the camp winning the well-deserved, champion belt.