The Head Rock was developed mainly for working your non-dom shooting motion with weighted reps. Both my father and I recognized that the most common question we would get from players and parents was how to gain velocity on your shot. I tell players to get a bucket of balls and hit the net, refine your motion through dry-reps and strengthen your legs, core and wrists.
We anticipated that the Head Rock would also be effective for cradling and throwing fakes, yet we are seeing more ways to use this training aid thanks to the early adopters. So here many of the ways people are using the weight to accelerate their development. Tell us in the comments about your favorite rep with a Head Rock!
Develop wrist and core strength
Work on new skills
The Head Rock can help you focus on mechanics. Here, I am getting my hands moving, working on cross-hand #Canadianlefty motion before whipping a ball around. Great warmup tool 💪🗿🥍 #lacrossetraining #laxdrills #trainingweight #rockon #laxcoach #getbetter pic.twitter.com/n0qxEsb722— Head Rock Lacrosse (@headrocklax) April 23, 2020
Had a great week at #oldlymeconnecticut . The Head Rock is right at home on a #beach that doesn’t allow ball play. Plus it is a fun way to work on #wriststrength or any lacrosse motion. #findyourwheelhouse #rockon #lacrossetraining #laxcoach #laxdrills pic.twitter.com/uWX7HKmUBq— Head Rock Lacrosse (@headrocklax) August 20, 2019
He always has a stick in hand ! @3maxyg getting some #wristwork in.— Head Rock Lacrosse (@headrocklax) November 29, 2018
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Box season must be here! Doing some figure 4 headrockin with a little one 🖐 work while waiting for the bus. Getting the work in! @headrocklax #laxislife #lacrossetraining #warp pic.twitter.com/b8bBnJjOqu
Plus it is fun!
Working the head Rock is a fun way to get reps anywhere, anytime. Get yours today! It is the best $20 you'll spend on lacrosse!