The Indoor Practice Lacrosse Ball have a soft, squishy foam core weighting 2.5 oz and comes in Pink or White. These are great for indoor practices and player development. Weighing half the weight of a regulation lacrosse NOCSAE/SEI ball at 2.5 oz, they are a low risk training tool. Meaning these are not going to cause injury or hurt if a pass is missed and makes contact with someone. At 2.5 oz the user will still be able to feel the ball in the cross making it perfect not only for advanced players, to develop soft hands, but also beginner players that don’t have the strength to get the regulation ball out of their stick. Coaches also use these balls in their goalie trainings. The foam core allows goal tenders to take a lot of shots at a variety of speeds without the risk of injury. The light weight nature of the ball trains the goaltenders to have soft hands when making the save to control the rebounds. These are great for any age or skill level.
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The SwaxLax Training ball is the same weight and diameter of a regulation lacrosse ball. The SwaxLax ball has a beaded core, comes in a variety of colors and is extremely durable. The beaded core absorbs any impact keeping the ball from rolling or bouncing around while practicing on a hard surfaces like a gym floor or concrete. This training ball comes in a variety of colors and designs some of which are market specifically for certain trainings like goalies. The goalie set comes in a pack of 3 with each ball being numbered 1, 2, or 3. There a number of different drills you can do with these for example, while a ball is shot or passed to the goalie, he/she has to read the number out loud after making a safe or before clearing the ball. This helps with hand-eye coordination and sheer focus on the ball when making a save. Great for any age or skill level. Shop SwaxLax Training Ball
The Low Bounce Ball has little to no bounce. It is very hard and does not have any absorption properties. It weighs 5.4 oz, slightly heavier than a regulation ball. Great for indoor and/or hard surface drills. Not recommend for goalie training. These are great if you want the same feel and weight of a lacrosse ball without it bouncing all over the practice area. The ball is distinguishable by its rust orange color making it very easy to identify the Low Bounce Balls from regulation. Shop Low Bounce Ball