Train to Win (T2W) The Rugby Empowerer deals with players that are adults and representative players. Goal is develop a winning combination. The principles of adult learning together with the characteristics of champion athletes imply that coaches must release rather than restrict the potential of the players and other coaching staff, otherwise the potential for…
Yes, you can do too much! rugby is all about hard work, what happens when we work too hard?
Daily commute – don’t rush it, listen to podcasts!
A small town club in Scotland celebrates their three Nines.
A youth trainer in my network contacted me regarding the training preparation form
Sevens is a lovely game
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We drove all the way to Toulon and Grenoble to watch these two Autumn Internationals.
Teambuilding is an elementary part of your work as a coach.
With all the different phases in development to organise, you will need a Clubco!
Measures to improve fun?
Eddie is visiting his friend Desmond Tuiavii – IN THE NETHERLANDS!
A tiger that says “maybe hunting is not my thing”.
Feedback: coach Barakat is leading a ruck and maul session
Learning to train (L2T) The Rugby Teacher deals with players in this category that are approximately 12-14, or even younger. Goal is developing the fundamental rugby skills. The emphasis is now on refinement and maintenance of the athlete’s physical capacities, fundamental movement skills and the acquisition of rugby specific skills. This is allied to the…
The Number 8 is one of three Back Row Players are also called Loose Forwards or Third Row Players.
Can we create players who seem to be understand the game, and seem to think and act automatically? How to develop these type of players? Researchers now believe it has a relation with how we play our game at a young age. Future Players Another on going discussion: rugby is a very unstructured game in…
How to schedule your sessions when you want to use specialist coaches on more teams?
What is important? Get the basics right!
What precisely does injury prevention mean?