Top 5 Pre-Season Training Drills
Entering pre-season means that you need to return to your workouts and watch what you eat a little more closely than you did in your off season. It also means engaging in drills meant to boost your speed, increase your power, and improve your stamina. If these are the types of drills you are looking for, here are five of the top ones that other athletes use in their pre-season training sessions: Sprints. Sprints are a great way to boost your speed while getting your body used to changing…
Create a platform to attack using 4-man lineouts
The shortened 4-man lineout is a weapon best used between your own 10m and opposition 22m lines. The aim is to set up a platform and create space with "spare" forwards doing the attacking and drawing in defending players as a result.
Dan Cottrell's Attacking Rugby Made Simple - Rugby Coach Weekly
Attacking Rugby Made Simple is a clear, direct, guide to coaching attacking rugby. I break down the skills and principles you need to coach and then provide sessions to work on each area.
How should you practice backs moves?
By Paul Tyler, Scottish Rugby Union level 3 qualified coach, former SRU rugby development officer and a qualified referee Overview Use this four-option backs move to develop more than one attacking threat from a set piece play. Set up Use half or a full pitch and a full set of backs, with at least four...
2 fun ways to work on evasion
Most young players have good natural agility skills so practise them often. The warm-up is the best place to play chasing games and here are two games that combine agility, fitness and fun.