in Rugby drills, Scrums & Lineouts. Not every set piece works out, and this session looks at some simple recovery strategies. It mainly involves one player retaining the ball, staying strong and then his team mates coming back to help him. A physical activity to develop ways to mop up errors. MORE
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Rugby Warm-Up Drills. Warm-Up Drill 1: This rugby drill can be used either as a warm-up or to improve fitness. Players pass the ball whilst moving continually to a cone and back again. Accurate passing is important for this drill. This warm-up drill is mainly used to warm up the arms, hands, and passes. Rugby Line Out
Drill 3: Rugby tempo work with passing skills Workout summary: Intensity and duration: 70% HR (never rising above 85%) or 6-8 REP; every minute on the minute (EMOM) for 20-30 minutes.
A look at various exercises from Rassie Erasmus on improving rucking technique. The 'duck and clean' is about getting under the opposition player to gain con...
A simple rugby drill for improve handling and passing
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