Paul Hull highlights the importance of using games in his coaching sessions.
Damn, I try all times to try and have supper supper game activities to try and get that message across in that way rather than just being drill specific. So they will be an element of drills and activity but then try and transfer that straight into a game so there's fun aspects to it but also their learning as a plane and I think that's probably the best way.
Jake Sharp from Oaklands college delivers a fun game that requires a range of skills from the players. The coach uses lots of questioning to cement the learning and talk about why games are such an important coaching tool
The coach uses a combination of drills & games to deliver a session on making decisions at the breakdown. There are some technical points and observations on the coach using classic "Tell & Yell" instructions
Chris Kibble of Esher RFC & Whitgift school says to start your sessions with a game. In this clip Chris runs a game called "Drop touch" where the players run back to a line when they make a touch. This is good for fitness and creating wholes to attack