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Add A Competitive Element to Training

Rugby players are naturally competitive and tend to be more motivated if they are in competition with their peers. You can increase the enjoyment of your sessions and in turn, the benefits to your players' skill sets, by adding small skill challenges

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It'll be better every day. So every drill we do. We're switched on.We're doing it a hundred percent. Yep. Let's go. So you'll go to the 5. You go to the 22.Try and pass the ball as quickly as you can but accurately. Let's make sure our transfer is spot on, hands to hands. That's your cue. When I was in the middle if I had good comson the outside it made my transfer so much quicker. Anyone can do that. Twice through that's four times. I'm looking for no mistakes. No errors, but speed. Yeah guys. Those simple things done really well consistently is very hard to do. A lot of people think that you know, they try and overcomplicate things. But if you can get the basics done well and get it get your players to do it consistently, you're going to be a very successful side. Delivery from the line out. So either just on the ground off on a platform hook it hits your hands. Then you just feed it straight to the nine. So practicing left hand right hand both and you know, making sure whatever happens in the game. You've already practiced it, you know, lots of stuff for the balls always having a ball left hand right hand catching it over hand. So the balls in the grip and then up above your head as well. Against the wall. So, you know just just looking up and then left the right hand up above your head hit about rebounding off the wall.