ABS - Advanced Box Skills™ for Goalies Volume 1

ABS - Advanced Box Skills™ for Goalies Volume 1

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Each product purchase INCLUDES 2 x 30 minute one on one Zoom calls with Dallas Eliuk. The first meeting focuses on introductions and goal setting and the follow up meeting focuses on the goalie's progression on ABS - Advanced Box Skills™ for Goalies Volume 1.

Hall of Fame goaltender Dallas Eliuk, widely regarded as the greatest goaltender of all time, gives his tips and techniques to make you the very best.

In these 17 drill videos Dallas focuses on Equipment, Stance, Positioning, Warm Up Shooting, Skill Strengthening, Tracking the ball, Visualization, Screen Shots, Mobility Power Moves and many more. For beginners or veterans there is simply no-one in the world better to emulate than the game's all-time best.

If you're a lacrosse goalie, whether box of field, and you want to be the very best ABS - Advanced Box Skills™ is for you.

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ABS - Advanced Box Skills™ for Goalies Volume 1

17 Videos

  • A. Stick grip

    HOF Notes

    Taller goalies will naturally have a higher grip on the shaft. Adjust accordingly to enable an athletic stance.

    “If you can see it, you can save it.”

  • B. Crouch / Stance

    HOF Notes

    Important things to remember about an athletic stance.
    - Knees bent.
    - Feet approximately shoulder width apart.
    - Shoulders over your knees.
    - Weight on the balls of your feet.
    - Soft feet.
    - Stick in front of you.
    - Don’t lean into your stick for support.

    “If you can see it, you c...

  • C. Suiting up

    HOF Notes

    In this video I started with shoes because I was outside and didn’t want any pebbles in my socks/feet.

    First of all you’ll need a foundation > underwear, long sleeved undershirt and high-cut socks. This will protect your skin from bothersome straps.

    My sequence for suiting-up:
    1)...

  • D. Angle Awareness

    HOF Notes

    - Focus on the ball.
    - Always center and square yourself to the ball, not the man.
    - Use your glove hand on the post to help navigate that side of the field.
    - Feel for the post (tap the post) with the shaft of your stick to help navigate moving off your stick side post.
    - Get as mu...

  • E. Tracking

    HOF Notes

    Concentrate/Focus on the ball a full 60+ minutes.

    At practice, when you are out of the net resting, strengthen your concentration skills by staying focused on the ball at all times. Reset for each rep as you would if you were in goal.

    When watching other teams play, find that ball ...

  • F. Soft Balls

    HOF Notes

    For the shooting/warm-up drills Goalies should be wearing their mask (sport goggles are an option), jockstrap, and some sort of soft knee pad, not their shin pads. Gloves are optional.
    Have shooter(s) start at 3/4 speed to allow goaltender to make sure they’re prepared to “FEEL” the ...

  • G. On your knees with no stick

    HOF Notes

    For the shooting/warm-up drills Goalies should be wearing their mask, jockstrap, and some sort of soft knee pad, not their shin pads.
    Have shooter(s) start at 3/4 speed to allow goaltender to make sure they’re prepared to “FEEL” the weight of the soft ball.
    IF it’s too much for a youn...

  • H. On your Knees with Stick

    HOF Notes

    For the shooting/warm-up drills Goalies should be wearing their mask, jockstrap, and some sort of soft knee pad, not their shin pads.
    Have shooter(s) start at 3/4 speed to allow goaltender to make sure they’re prepared to “FEEL” the weight of the soft ball.
    IF it’s too much for a youn...

  • I. Rubberband Man #1

    HOF Notes

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    These drills will strengthen the muscles used to move within your crease. Bump up the
    number of sets or rubber-band gauge when it becomes too easy.
    For the shooting/warm-...

  • J. Rubberband Man #2

    HOF Notes

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    These drills will strengthen the muscles used to move within your crease. Bump up the
    number of sets or rubber-band gauge when it becomes too easy.
    For the shooting/warm...

  • K. Horseshoe Drill

    HOF Notes

    For the shooting/warm-up drills Goalies should be wearing their mask, jockstrap, and some sort of soft knee pad, not their shin pads.
    Have shooter(s) start at 3/4 speed to allow goaltender to make sure they’re prepared to “FEEL” the weight of the soft ball.
    IF it’s too much for a youn...

  • L. Filling the Net

    HOF Notes

    *Low shots - I’m leading with my stick to make the save.

    **So it doesn’t confuse> When stepping to the low shots you want to catch the ball with your stick as you move (that’s why the five-hole opens when I step). As I step, I catch the ball in my stick and direct the ball/rebound ...

  • M. Mid to Outside Shots

    HOF Notes

    Stay within an arms length of your post when stepping out to challenge outside shots, this helps minimize opening up the net around, and over top of you.

    “If you can see it, you can save it.”

  • N. Screen Shots

    HOF Notes

    It’s much easier to react to a screen shot from a deep stance, looking through and around players, instead of standing up and looking over top with straight legs.

    “If you can see it, you can save it.”

  • O. Power Moves Stick Side

    HOF Notes

    Create and practice executing YOUR power moves.
    Work on every section of the net, for any shot from every spot on the field.

    Refining a variation of controlled explosive reactions to the shot, WILL take you to the next level when making the save.

    “If you can see it, you can save it...

  • P. Power Moves Off Stick Side

    HOF Notes

    Create and practice executing YOUR power moves.
    Work on every section of the net, for any shot from every spot on the field.

    Refining a variation of controlled explosive reactions to the shots, WILL take you to the next level when making the save.

    “If you can see it, you can save i...

  • Q. Visualization

    HOF Notes

    The effort and time you spend training your skills away from the rink is what separates the Superstars from the stars.

    “If you can see it, you can save it.”