Hi, I'm Shane Freels and I'm with LIVESTRONG.COM. We're going to show you exercises today, for lacrosse players. So, one of the first things you're going to start out with, we call it a medicine ball, basically, high-low. The reason why we do this is, it gets the athlete's body completely warm from top to bottom. So, as we start out, we get into a good squatting position, we reach all the way down, we're going to take the ball all the way up, over head, and back, down, up and back, down. You'll notice, it's all about range of motion, back and forth. And I'm going to take that athlete, I'm going to move outside the center part and I'm going to go side to side. Let's work on rotation, we call this a wood chop, high to low, a lot of different variations of it, but I love this exercise. And you can just switch back and forth. The next is, how can I strengthen the athlete to give him the ability to have that movement. And where does movement come from? It starts from the core. So, I want to give him strength, but I want to strengthen the core and move the whole body at once. What it is, it's a dumbbell push-up with a rotation. So, I'm going to start a nice push-up position, make sure my head is in front of my hands. I'm going tog o go down, good push-up, only 90 degrees, I'm going to pivot my whole body. I'm going to row straight in, and press. Now that's stabilization, that's strength, back, down, back, in, do it again. Press, turn, row, up, nice, tight, good control. It's not a hurried exercise, but under control the entire time. Now, let's focus on the core a little bit more. Bring in a stability ball, push-up position again, you can go from your fist, go from your hands, whichever way you want, really challenge yourself. And now, you can work it to the side, back, out, to the middle, back, out. You could even pike, straight, up, back, out. This is Shane Freels, and I just showed you several exercises for lacrosse players. Have an amazing day.