Shoot n Scoop was back at LaxCon for another year of reps on reps on reps. You get to maximize your efficiency with the Shoot n Scoop so you don’t waste time at practice. The balls get returned out of the bottom, you get ground ball work, and you obviously get to shoot too.
Shoot n Scoop Lacrosse Trainer Review
This is a perfect solution for teams and players looking to improve efficiency at practice, work in a small space, or just have fun with a new approach to lacrosse. No matter your objective for practice, Shoot n Scoop can help out and become a part of plenty of drills.
Lacrosse Practice With Shoot n Scoop Lax Trainer
Box lacrosse is a great way to improve lots of skills used in field lacrosse because of the small spaces, and now Shoot n Scoop brings that to field lacrosse. You can obviously use the Shoot n Scoop for box lacrosse, but now you get that smaller target without having to stick a box goalie in net.
The Shoot n Scoop forces players to be more accurate, work within a smaller area, and fight for a good angle. You also can move the Shoot n Scoop to any part of the field or even take it indoors much easier than a regular goal so versatility is no issue. If you can think of a lacrosse drill, there’s probably a way for Shoot n Scoop to be involved. Shoot n Scoops are also extremely durable, so that’s also not a problem. You can rip over 100 mph at the Shoot n Scoop over and over again without changing it a bit.
Lacrosse at Home With Shoot n Scoop
Lacrosse Goals take up a lot of space and can’t be taken inside your house, unlike the Shoot n Scoop. Now you can practice anywhere because the Shoot n Scoop is about the size of your average chair. You can easily take it inside during the colder months and get a leg up on your competition that’s waiting on the snow to melt. The ball also gets returned to you for more reps than a regular goal. Not to mention all those extra ground balls you’ll be picking up thanks to the Shoot n Scoop.
Lacrosse for Beginners With Shoot n Scoop
Another huge plus for the Shoot n Scoop is that it is perfect for beginners because it’s so easy to use. Lacrosse Rebounders are great for learning to catch, but not all beginners can be trusted with the ball flying back at them. Shoot n Scoop lets those players work on the most important part of lacrosse: ground balls. Yes, you get to shoot, but you also must scoop.
This makes ground balls a habit for younger players and improves their overall lacrosse skill. There’s no better way to start your lacrosse journey than spending some time with the Shoot n Scoop because of the emphasis on ground balls. You can’t escape the possibility of a ground ball in a game; but, now with Shoot n Scoop, you have the opportunity to start attacking them.
LaxCon 2019 With Shoot N Scoop
Jaime of Shoot n Scoop was nice enough to speak with me about their awesome product and spend some time explaining all the great things they do with it. Many teams are using Shoot n Scoop as their most valuable learning tool. These teams recognize that Shoot n Scoop means more reps, and more reps
The Shoot n Scoop booth was also a busy place with tons of coaches stopping by to buy even more of them. We even had the pleasure of running into Matt Landis, who is a huge Shoot n Scoop fan. Honestly, we can’t imagine anyone not being a fan of Shoot n Scoop. Thanks to all who make Shoot n Scoop a part of their regular lacrosse practice; just know the minds behind that product are happy you’re getting more players to shoot and then also scoop.