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Use this simple drill from Newcastle Falcons to improve your player's running lines.
Get your players ready for contact with these exercises, warming up the body for a season of collisions. Start with 1 minute on 1 minute off and play about with the intervals!
Owen Nicholls, the strength and conditioning coach from London Scottish explains why they use the Broncos fitness test to asses base fitness levels, and why they don't use the bleep test.
Heres a full warm up focussed on agility that adds a competitive element to engage your players and mentally prepare them for the session!
Try this offside touch game from London Scottish. Gets your players working hard whilst developing their technical skills.
Here is a new drill from London Scottish that encourages players to stay low in the approach and throughout the tackle.
Here's a great exercise from London Scottish with some excellent progressions taking you through catching difficult balls as well as some fun games to try.
Here we take a look at a simple drill and Graham Steadman discusses the importance of getting the basics right. If every player can do this well your attacking speed will really improve.
This drill takes you through a simple drill where multiple breakdown and contact skills are tested. You'll also be given the reasons why it is practised this way.
This exercise from London Scottish works to maintain high levels of both ball presentation and handling skills at the same time.
Ex Harlequins coach Collin Osborne walks you through his defence philosophy and explains why your team would benefit from a philosophy or buzzword/phrase!
This video takes you through the basics of both blitz and drift defences and provides great drill ideas.
Use this game to practice great ball presentation. Ensure the tackling player is bouncing back to their feet so that this mentality carries over to game day.
Use these quick and competitive games to practice good and strong ball presentation. Practice with high standards and it will come naturally in the games!
Every player should be able to perform these movements well! Mastering these will carry over to preventing injuries, managing collisions and maximising power and speed. Check out the related videos for part 2.
In this video Ross Hanbury takes us through what to look for when coaching developing players to change direction as well as why it is so important.
Ex Harlequins coach explains the basic defensive principles - starting with ‘Go Forward’.
A few drills that will help the attackers identify space in attack and work on how to exploit it!