# Post 4 Module 2 (How the length of your stick can affect your shot)

Video used:

This video provides information when purchasing a stick. Therefore the different sizes and flex. It also shows a graph on height to stick based on your body physique (weight and height). This is an reliable source of information, however I do know certain people who do not follow this rule of thumb, and do just fine. This is something i would like to test too, if the flex of the stick affects the top speed of your shot even if both sticks are the same height. This source will be more a reference when doing our experiment.

# Module One Post Ten (Field Size)

This website shows me the width and length of the field. It shows the field marking and measurements, dimensions, halfway lines, and boundary lines. This website will help to show me the measurements of the whole field, as well as the measurements of different parts of the field.

https://www.ncaa.org/sites/default/files/Soccer%20Field%20Diagram%20.pdf

# Module One Post Five (field diagrams)

1. This website will help me because it has diagrams of the field. With the diagrams of the field i can easily measure the different lengths of the field then show it easily with the diagrams.

https://www.uslacrosse.org/rules/field-diagrams

https://www.uslacrosse.org/sites/default/files/public/documents/rules/field-measurements.pdf?v2

https://www.uslacrosse.org/sites/default/files/public/documents/rules/how-to-line-the-field.pdf?v2

https://www.uslacrosse.org/sites/default/files/public/documents/rules/unified-field-110.pdf

https://www.uslacrosse.org/sites/default/files/public/documents/rules/unified-field-120.pdf

Each side link Is another view or example of the field, as well as articles on how they relate!

# Module One Post Four (field dimensions)

This website is helpful because it shows me the dimensions of the playing field.

I will use this website to talk about dimensions, yards and converting the yards to cm, and m, so people can understand the length in different forms. Including the rules of the different lengths between the net and the out line.

http://www.trumarkathletics.com/lacrossefield.aspx