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Sports Video Production Experts, Jalbert Productions Showcases New Lacrosse Video

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Sports video production company Jalbert Productions has released an exciting and beautifully edited lacrosse TV show, Undeniable: The Road to the Under Armour All America Game.

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NEW YORK, NY, August 27, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Jalbert Productions International is an expert in sports video production. They are presently very excited to announce the release of their brand new lacrosse show, which can be viewed on their official website. The video was co-produced by Corrigan Sports Enterprises and has been created to showcase many of the most important aspects of the growing sport, and introduce some of the new, young lacrosse players who are developing their skill set and preparing for a career in lacrosse.

The show's running time is 24:51 and touches on many important details. Not only is there cinematic video footage of lacrosse players in the midst of their sometimes gruelling training sessions, there are also a series of well shot interviews with several youth lacrosse players, their mentors, family and coaches who all help tell their unique stories.

One of the most enlightening and informative parts of the video is the interview with Jon Zissi, the Torrey Pines head coach who left the east coast and his roots to move to California and purse his passion for teaching. Once there, he chose to focus his attention on teaching and coaching lacrosse to young, aspiring athletes.

The fact that an NYC video production company with good attention to detail and a genuine passion for sports put this video together ensures that the resulting production is interesting, inspiring, and educational to those who may not be familiar with the sport of lacrosse.

There are several highlights in this video compiled and edited by a top-notch sports video production company. In a surprisingly heartwarming moment, viewers can witness how Zissi inspired a reluctant student, who initially hated the idea of playing lacrosse, and helped him grow into a deeply talented player of what is often called one of the fastest-growing sports in the United States.

Readers who wish to see the video can go here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9GJnhQ0X98&list=UU9J_9v1p_UdgtVV188T0Ehw

Company Information:

Jalbert Productions is an NYC video production company with a focus in sports. They consistently provide professional, detailed, and moving videos about athletes and the athletic community.

For more info please visit http://jalbertfilm.com.

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