Use as either part of your warm up or as a breakout, this exercise is a high intensity passing challenge. Encourage your players to take ownership of this grid and manage the intensity themselves. Should create lots of fun
Who's the defendant number of good better competition? Are we just going to count last one? We'll decide what's going to happen with you the end of the session. Yeah, the one who stays in the middle of the longest. I'll count the numbers ready go. Oh here in Jake. Let's go go go. Oh you hit near India Indian? That's for. Cameroon go who inject nice woohoo. like at Tyler Now, he's good five. That's five. Six Eyes on Fire. 79 come on mate put pressure on him eyes in a video. You have people that help you by Sosa Donnelly. So you want to push yourself to the Limit because you want to achieve this. Defenders back to the cones you guys back to the line and it's just through the hands-free V2. Yeah. Yeah ready go. So, why do you think that didn't work? Don't Telegraph play the picture. Come on numbers up ready free to go. Now I feel like that.
Successful rugby requires players to run straight and fix defenders. This is a constant challenge to coaches and new ideas and exercises can freshen up your training sessions, this clip has two practises along with some advice from elite coaches
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Being able to catch is fundamental to rugby and the majority of sports. Catching in rugby is slightly different due to the shape of the ball and understanding the technical points of "How to catch" is a very important area for all young players. This clip explains some of the finer points and why a good catch is the basis of a good pass
Sale Sharks and Scotland scrum half Chris Cusiter leads a session on passing from the base of a scrum or ruck. In this first video, Chris addresses basic technique in a couple of exercises that warm up the wrists and arms.
Accuracy of passing can make the difference between finished chances or missed opportunities. In this video, Northampton Saints look at developing passing accuracy through games and focused exercises. Log in to see the full sessions.
Good players have more time on the ball? What they do do is prepare accurately with depth, width and run good lines. This sets them up to catch & pass with time and options. The practises in this clip outline some of the disciplines required to get you "More time"