Archive for March, 2016

Who is Paul Rabil?

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Paul Rabil is a professional lacrosse player from the United States. We guess, everyone knows him or at least has heard his name. He is a remarkable player who has started to play lacrosse with 12 years. He is down-to-earth, friendly and open to his fans. Therefore we decided to dedicate him an own blog entry to deliver some more information about his life and all the funny stories, in which he has participated. Enjoy!

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What different kinds of the lacrosse shaft do exist? What do you have to take into account?

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We all know the obvious function of a lacrosse shaft: It bears the head and gives the player the needed extension to play the game. Most often it becomes a low-involvement product and some people do not care about it within their buying decision, although they really should! A shaft has definitely more functions and professional lacrosse players know that the influence can be crucial. Today we will show you, what you should take into account if you want to buy a (new) lacrosse shaft.

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One Lacrosse Head is not like another

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As the title suggests, each Lacrosse Head is different. Before you buy a head for your stick, you should consider a few facts, like the benefits you expect from it. This is crucial for your passing or shooting and how easy you will catch. Therefore we decided to make your next buying decision a little bit easier with the following blog entry about different Lacrosse Heads:

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Intercrosse – What has that got to do with lacrosse?

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It is very simple: intercrosse is a descendant of lacrosse. Therefore it is not identical, but it is a kind of lacrosse with some modified rules, a different history and so on. It is a ball sport as well and it  is also played in a team. The biggest difference to lacrosse is actually that this sport is played without physical contact and it is played mixed. If you want to know what makes intercrosse special or what it has in common with lacrosse, continue reading!

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