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Players down on 'all 4s'. Position heads to the left slightly, binding in underneath the shoulders in the chest area. Keeping hands on the floor, rock backwards and forwards.
6x6m Grid Ball Players line up in 3s opposite sides of the grid. Simply pass the ball along the line. 1 defender is in the middle of the grid putting pressure on all ball carriers. Once hand completed the next line starts immediately. Defender swaps out when there is a mistake or when he touches someone with the ball. Progression: add another defender, make the passes wider.
Groups of 3. - 2 players get into the T.O.P positon next to eachother. - Another player on all 4 knees on thier back.. - the players holding the player above them must work together to move from side to side. - 5m each way.
Passing warm up game Two teams No moving with the ball (similar to netball) Aim is to complete 10 passes If a team completes 10 passes, the other team does 10 push ups.
Players line up at least 2 or 3 behind a cone. The ball starts at one end with the player running up to the cone in front of him and passing to the next player waiting on the cone. As a player has passed he must quickly run around the grid and fall back into position. The Ball is constantly within the grid moving from right to left.
5-7 players run around in a rectangle shaped grid. They must move very fast within it awaiting the whistle, but they are not allowed to touch the other players. Once the whistle goes they must occupy the closest cone to them, facing the coach. Then they must shift, heavies to the inside and speedsters to the outside. On the next whistle they then press in one line.
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Ingrain correct techniques and habits into your players with this session as we focus on tackling and rucking skills.
Work on your team's maul technique with this session, improving their current ability to create, secure and defend the maul
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I have just started helping our head coach with under12's team. He wants to retire and has put me forward to be head coach next season. I am a little worried on how i should aproach training with the boys, going to a full 15 a side team on a full pitch. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
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