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These sites give articles, drills and discussions on coaching rugby.


        www.scrum.com/fitness
This site has specific training drills for rugby in particular, what speed
drills each position should be undertaking, e.g. shorter sprints for front
row longer sprints for wings.

       www.community-rugby.com
This is probably the best site for all your rugby needs. It has a global site
for you to ask questions, forums and the technical journal archive. When
you click on this area you are given articles that top coaches have written
from around the world, and it is at the cutting edge of rugby.

      www.15manrugby.com
The guy who has created this site has new articles on rugby
especially junior rugby. He gives you drills and an incite to areas of the
game.

       www.rugbycoach.com
This site provides background information on topics like, motivation,
goal setting, fitness, fitness testing, mental training,teambuilding,
nutrition, injury prevention and others.

      www.coachingrugby.com
With this site you have to register your name, but it’s free!! You then
have everything below available to you
         Access to the largest rugby coaching archive
         Free Newsletter - latest in the world of coaching rugby
         Technical Analysis, tips, tricks and training techniques
         Basic Session Planner and Drill Library

       www.brianmac.demon.co.uk/rugby
This site specifically goes into fitness conditioning for rugby players, this
is aimed at the older ages but well worth a look.




John Long Hornets Coach 2005-10-27
       www.rugby.com.au
This site has everything you need to know on scrummaging for
beginners with good visual diagrams. You will need to go to Telstra
smartrugby for this but it is well worth down loading. Also go to
community rugby where it gives you ideas on drills.


      www.fitness4rugby.com
Again this site is specifically aimed at fitness elements needed for rugby
players it has good descriptions of technical elements for the older
players.

You will have to guide yourself round the sites in order to pick up drills
and articles on rugby. This is especially so for rugby.com.au, where you
will need to go to Telstra smartrugby.

There are also some flag rugby drills that can be useful for you in the
“Tag Rugby” package available from AMRA.
www.albertajuniorrugby.com

There are many more web-sites available to you as a coach but hopefully
these are just a few to get you started.

Good luck with your coaching sessions

John Long




John Long Hornets Coach 2005-10-27

				
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