Testimonials

Ohio+Machine+v+New+York+Lizards+8p9NGjXltsYl“I wouldn’t be where I am as a person and as a lacrosse player if it wasn’t for training with Paul. From the 6 am workouts on the beach or the late night shooting sessions on the turf, Paul molded me into the player I am. He gave me the opportunity to improve my stick skills, vision and shooting. I learned to train harder every time I stepped on the field. I was pushed to the limits and I use those same methods he taught me with my players. I am very grateful for his training and dedication to my craft!”

Jo Jo Marasco

  • MLL All-Star (NY Lizards)
  • Syracuse University All-American Midfielder
  • 2013 Tewaaraton Finalist
  • Somers H.S. All-American

 

“One of the things that I feel brought my game to the next level was training with Paul.  I truly feel that training is the most valuable component when it comes to becoming a better lacrosse player. Paul helped me understand how to break down the game into situations and how to use proper mechanics. Each and every single training session incorporated two factors, high intensity and repetition. No matter what drill we were doing (shooting, passing, dodging etc.), every rep required 100% effort until it became muscle memory. During our training sessions I felt the creative aspect of the sport came out, whether it was trying new shots or different type of dodge I had not done before. In the end the training prepared me and made me feel confident in my abilities going into each game.“

Chris BockletCHESTER, PA - AUGUST 24: Chris Bocklet #10 of the Denver Outlaws controls the ball against Josh Hawkins #3 of the Charlotte Hounds during the 2013 MLL Semifinal game at PPL Park on August 24, 2013 in Chester, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

  • MLL All-Star (Denver Outlaws)
  • University of Virginia All-American Attackman
  • 2011 National Champion
  • John Jay H.S. All-American

 

 


 
“We (Paul & I) do a lot of shooting and dodging at game like speed. The drills are designed around my game, which allows me to increase my strengths on the field. The workout not only increases cardio but prepares myself for situations that will occur in real games.”

Jordan WolfDELAWARE, OH - JUNE 14: Jordan Wolf #32 of the Rochester Rattlers controls the ball against the Ohio Machine on June 14, 2014 at Selby Stadium in Delaware, Ohio. Ohio defeated Rochester 18-13. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)

  • MLL All-Star and League Offensive MVP (Rochester Rattlers)
  • Duke University All-American
  • 2013 & 2014 National Champion
  • ACC Player of The Year
  • Lower Merion H.S. All-American