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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great lax book 20 Mar. 2013
By buys to much - Published on
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My 8 year old son reads this every night and finds it very easy to understand. The only recommendation that I would have is to include more illustrations to help explain concepts, positioning, etc. a great book for someone learning lacrosse and one that I have seen directly benefit and improve my son's understanding of the game.
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Would have benefited from some professional editing 14 Aug. 2013
By Bart M - Published on
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This book is written mainly from the perspective of the Canadian indoor (box) game. It is written in a disjointed, almost conversational style that can be difficult to follow and synthesize. The drills are weakly described and thus difficult to follow also.

At one point in the book the author says "The most important skill in lacrosse is passing." A few chapters later he says, "Shooting is the most important skill, passing is second." A dose of editing would have benefited this book greatly.

Overall there were only a few takeaways I found useful in my work with American youth lacrosse programming. I would not buy this book if I had it to do over.
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Good Overall Boxla Book 12 Aug. 2012
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Hinkson's the best, and when he's not up to speed on the latest developments, he consults one of his experts, usually a current NLL and/or Canadian Boxla player. Much of what's within is also applicable to field lacrosse, if anyone's particularly interested...
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