The aim of the drill is to develop strong positive profiling and to develop core-stability.
Key Points - Straight back Knees around 90 degrees and low to the ground.
Player Should look to lift one hand off the floor and keep a positive profile shape throughout. Hold for 5 Seconds then change.
The aim of the drill is to develop strong positive profiling with resistance from coach to check for stability and strength.
The aim of the drill is to develop strong positive profiling and to develop core-stability against opposition. 1v1
Once players' individual position is correct on the machine, progress to 1 on 1 scrummage on the feet.
Facing each other in a squat position, touch (with hands on each others shoulders), heads to the left, and engage.
- The bear crawl is a movement that strengthens your core and adds stabillity to your spine. - 2 things that need to be very strong while scrummaging.Â - One player should bear crawl resisted for 5 steps. - They should explode out the blocks working on his powerful legdrive.Â Â
Groups of 2. Tackle Bag. -Players stand no more than 1m away from eachother.Â - Working player must get into strong T.O.P position.Â - Then explode firing from the glutes and hips into the bag opposite.Â - After the intial impact hold and squeeze for 4/5 seconds.Â Â
Groups of 3. - 2 players get into a strong T.O.P position. - Another player starts to to standing press ups on to the heads of the 2 players. - This encoruages neck and core strenth essential for a safe scrum.
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