lacrosse ball


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Noun1.lacrosse ball - ball used in playing lacrosselacrosse ball - ball used in playing lacrosse  
ball - round object that is hit or thrown or kicked in games; "the ball travelled 90 mph on his serve"; "the mayor threw out the first ball"; "the ball rolled into the corner pocket"
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This practice involves massaging the affected areas with a lacrosse ball or foam roller.
He got good by practicing on a backyard goal that his father, an iron worker, had covered with a piece of plywood containing a hole just big enough to fit a lacrosse ball's 2.5 inches.
The head of the lacrosse stick is strung with loose mesh designed to catch and hold the lacrosse ball. Offensively, the objective of the game is to score by shooting the ball into an opponent's goal, using the lacrosse stick to catch, cradle, and pass the ball to do so.
Why: The Shield Throat Protector can crack or break when struck by a lacrosse ball, posing a laceration hazard to the user.
Most cases involve a projectile such as a baseball, softball, hockey puck, lacrosse ball, or direct chest contact with another person.
To perform this drill, place a lacrosse ball at 10 yds., 20 yds., 30yds.
Nevertheless, on March 25, 2000, a lacrosse ball struck him in the chest, and he went into cardiac arrest.
The rare but often fatal condition, known as commotio cordis, occurs when children are struck by a baseball, softball, lacrosse ball, or other object within a critical split second in the heart cycle, triggering ventricular fibrillation.
6 Which object sinks fastest in water: a golf ball baseball, or lacrosse ball?
The design creates a pseudo-pocket that holds the lacrosse ball firmly in the stick's head.
"After you're warm, work a foam roller or lacrosse ball down the full length of the outer hamstring, and hold in tight spots--you'll feel them--for about 30 seconds.
Lenses were hit with objects ranging from a small, hard, and fast-moving object (air gun pellet, golf ball) to a larger soft object (tennis ball), an intermediate hardness object (lacrosse ball), and a hard object (baseball).