Las Vegas, NV, February 14, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Lacrosse players of all ages and skill levels have a new ally in the search for elite lacrosse training. A new and innovative lacrosse company, Monarch Lacrosse launches today and promises to provide a unique and rigorous training program that will allow young athletes to take their game to the next level with the help of some of the most sought-after experts in the game.
Monarch Lacrosse, founded by former Vancouver Stealth President David Takata (CEO) and National Lacrosse League All-Pro Lewis Ratcliff (Director of Lacrosse Operations), has developed a training program that provides athletes with world-class training both on and off the playing field. The Monarch system is unique in that it utilizes skills from both field and box lacrosse and a physical regimen developed by athletes who have made it to the highest levels of the game. It's a system that is proven to help young athletes make gains in play and confidence.
"The Monarch Lacrosse training program is designed to work for all players regardless of age or experience," said Ratcliff, one of the most prolific scorers in the history of the NLL. "The exercises, intensity, and programming can be scaled, and the program has been designed to meet the needs of athletes at all levels of training advancement."
Coupled with a specialized training regimen, Monarch Lacrosse has recruited some of the top names in the sport to instruct its athletes. These are not simply coaches that are available on a given weekend: they are also stakeholders in Monarch Lacrosse.
"We bring the highest level of box and field lacrosse experience to the game," said Takata. "Some of the best lacrosse professionals in the world are signing with Monarch, and they all have bought into the idea of building value in a sustainable company with a shared goal of developing the next generation of athlete and giving back to the game."
Monarch Lacrosse will also use technology to make sure its athletes and coaches have access to training regimes, providing the ability to track athlete performance and give feedback. The Monarch system has been developed to provide serious training for athletes who want to learn beyond the weekend training camp. It allows for collaboration and communication between coaches and athletes.