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  • Explosive 1st-step quickness to improve deception and gain position to make plays.

  • Quicker feet to react to broken plays and transitions from offense to defense

  • ​​Improved strength for stronger shots/passes, increased economy of movement, playmaking ability, and injury resistance when the game gets physical.

  • High top-end speed to press the offense and keep defenders on their heels.


FSP lax players train muscles and movements that correlate to on-court performance as well as the muscle groups that aren't actively used quite as often. We refer to it as the gas pedal vs. the brake pedal. Athletes with a strong gas pedal perform. Athletes with a strong brake pedal resist injury. FSP lax players have both.

Lacrosse players that register for one of our sports performance programs will be able to train seamlessly alongside athletes from all sports, building their personal athletic profile while simultaneously broadening their athletic scope.

While most players can get "fit" simply by practicing and playing, lacrosse is a game that demands more than good fitness and requires tremendous aerobic and anaerobic capacity if you want to stay with the play, create open space, or beat a defender. However, the best lax players are the ones who can out-cut, out-sprint, out-maneuver, and out-play their competition: the ones who are strong, powerful, and durable. Dedicated strength and conditioning is the missing link between a short career and a long career. The players that improve their multi-directional speed, strength, and quickness win championships. The players that improve their durability win them year after year. After all, you can't lead your team to victory if you can't stay on the field! This is where FSP comes in: