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Warm Up Drills

Warm up drills in rugby are important because they get your players' muscles ready for exercise and help to reduce the risk of injury. They're also a ...

Drills

Tackle Fitness

category: Sevens

Rugby Tackle Fitness Sevens The runner/tackler starts 10 meters back, runs forward and places the ball down just before the bag, and in the same moti...

7'S Fitness Handling

category: Sevens

With a wealth of experience and as part of New Zealand's World Cup winning coaching team, Marg is ready to pass on her knowledge to answer your coach...

All In Touch

category: Warm-Up

The following are the laws for this game:

  • Equal number of defenders and attackers.
  • Use bibs to identify both teams.

Another Defender Bites The Dust

category: Warm-Up

  • Normal laws of rugby apply; a knock on etc. results in a turn over.
  • The attacking team gets unlimited touches.
  • A player is ...

Web Videos

Explosive workout| pro rugby training

Another Training with Ex Pro Rugby Players, training like a a mix of Explosive training, power, speed and agility workout. 30% off TRAINING PLANS WITH...

How to get fit for rugby

Fitness for rugby isn't black and white. This video covers three methods you can use to improve your aerobic capacity. Learn not only how to get fit f...

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Rugby Fitness Drills and Games

Fitness is a vital part of getting to the line for the full 80. Work on your teams skills and technique whilst putting them under fatigue with a gruel...

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Fitness Testing Session

Put some responsibility onto your players and make sure that they?re up to the standard they should be after pre-season. Test their levels with this s...

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Community Drills

Fitness

Complete 3 times for 15 seconds each

Warm up drill( fitness )

Pass the ball through the hands. Sprint when doing it. Accelerate when you catch the ball. Try line to try line.Hands infront of you target.