Championship Productions DVD
"The Encyclopedia of Goalkeeping"
Adam Ghitelman, USC Head Coach; former Harvard Assistant Coach; All-American Goalie at the University of Virginia, second in Virginia history in career saves; recorded most wins for a goalie in ACC history and second most in NCAA history; 2012 MLL All-Star
John Galloway, Providence College Assistant Coach; 2x First Team All-American Goalie at Syracuse University, 2x Ensign C. Markland Kelly Jr. Award winner (nation's best goalkeeper), Galloway is the second goalkeeper in history to be named a finalist for the Tewaaraton Trophy; recorded most wins for a goalie in NCAA history (59), ranks seventh in the NCAA history in goals against average (7.33)
Kip Turner, Brown University Assistant Coach, All-American Goalie at the University of Virginia; starting goalie in the 2013 MLL All-Star Game; second overall pick in the MLL draft (Boston Cannons), the highest goalie ever picked in a draft
"I think that this is one of the best videos I've ever seen from Championship. The depth and breadth of the content, along with the innovative approach of the coaches, is excellent. I really enjoyed it and found it incredibly useful!"
Tom Wenham, Head Coach - England Senior Men (Manchester England)
A common problem that coaches and goaltenders face today is having a limited number of drills to cycle through, which causes practices to get stale quickly and limits the goaltenders' growth. In this video, the staff at G3 Lacrosse deliver a virtual encyclopedia of drills, utilizing many different strategies and tools that will teach your goalies how to focus and improve their skills.
Basic goalie stance and body mechanics are defined and continuously reinforced through the application of multiple drills. This process is intended to make goalies self sufficient in their training so they can identify and correct their own technique. The variety of drills shown, coupled with attention to detail, makes it possible for the disciplined goalie to improve their reaction time and automatic response to the ball.
For more information, email John Galloway at email@example.com.