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2 Attention: This CD-Rom is Copy Protected and will run on the users computer only Jan Oberholzer AN INTERACTIVE GUIDE TO MODERN RUGBY COACHING AN INTERACTIVE GUIDE TO MODERN RUGBY COACHING Coaching Programs Basic Rugby Skills Youth and Junior Rugby Drills Coaching Programs Basic Rugby Skills Youth and Junior Rugby Drills Youth and Junior (Updated Edition) Rugby Coaching

3 Jober rugby These rugby program for youth and junior rugby coaching was compiled, written and produced by Jan Oberholzer by using his unique knowledge of youth and junior rugby in South Africa and by adapting and combining world famous youth programs, like the New Zealand RugbySmart, the Australian TryRugby and the Irish Youth Development Program, for coaches world wide. The coaching programs (coaching sessions) are for the following age groups: 7 to 9 years; 10 to 13 years and 14 to 18 years. CLICK for INDEX CLICK for INDEX using the Coaching Programs Youth and Junior Rugby Coaching (Updated version) Youth and Junior Rugby Coaching (Updated version) written by Jan Oberholzer

4 CD-Rom Index Coaching Programs (Coaching Sessions) Practice Plans for age 7 – 9 years Practice Plans for age 10 – 13 years Practice Plans for age 14– 18 years Summary of Drills & Exercises Stability, Balance & Agility Evasion & Running Catching & Handling Contact & Breakdown Tackling Kicking Skills Games Foreword by Jan Oberholzer Stability, Balance & Agility Evasion & Running Catching & Handling Contact & Breakdown Tackling Kicking Basic Rugby Skills

5 Back to CD-ROM INDEX Coaching Programs for age 10 – 13 years These Coaching Programs have been constructed to allow a coach to follow a sequential plan through a season ( 16 Coaching Programs ). Although these programs are only a guide, they do however have several important features:- 1. Skills and drills are repeated, because you do not want a new skill and drill every week. Try to follow the Coaching Programs from 1 to Coaches can easily move individual skills, unit skills and team skills around to suit their individual teams circumstances. Coaching Program 1 Practice Plan 2 Practice Plan 3 Practice Plan 4 Practice Plan 6 Practice Plan 5 Practice Plan 9 Practice Plan 8 Practice Plan 7 Practice Plan 11 Practice Plan 10 Practice Plan 12 Practice Plan 14 Practice Plan 13 Week 1 Week 3 Week 5 Week 7 Week 9 Week 11 Week 13 Week 6 Week 12 Week 10 Week 8 Week 2 Week 4 Week 14 Practice Plan 16Practice Plan 15 Week 13 Week 14 Jober rugby Coaching Programs

6 ACTIVITYTIMESKILLS DEMONSTRATION EXERCISE / DRILLOBJECTIVE Warm-up15min 1) THE SWITCH PASS DRILL 2) HOW MANY PASSES 1) To teach players the basic technique of the switch (scissors) pass 2) To improve players passing and running in space skills. Individual Skills 1) Tackling 2) Contact 3) Stepping 45min 1) The tackle from the side;The tackle from the side tackle from the front 2) The push pass from theThe push pass from the ground 3) The side stepThe side step 1) SIDE AND FRONT ON TACKLE DRILL 2) THE PUSH PASS DRILL 3) THE BEAT YOUR MAN DRILL 1) To develop the basic tackle techniques 2) To develop players continuity skills by practicing the push pass from the ground. 3) To teach players how to evade an onrushing defender Unit Skills Team Development 20min Play a game of TAG RUGBY or MINI RUGBY Use one of these games to practice the skills technique for stepping, tackling and the pop pass. Warm-down Skills Games 10min 1) THE PASSING WORM. 1) Improve communication and co- ordination between players. PRACTICE PLAN 8 * CLICK on the blue SKILLS DEMONSTRATION to see the necessary skills information * CLICK on the blue EXERCISE / DRILL to see the complete exercise or drill Age Group years Jober rugby Coaching Programs Back to Practice Plans for 10 – 13 yrs

7 Exercise / Drill 15 How Many Passes Objective: To improve players' passing and communication skills. Exercise / Drill set up Exercise / Drill explanation: 1. Four players group together inside a grid, with one player nominated as the interceptor or defender. 2. The interceptor tries to intercept the ball or pressure the other players into making bad passes or dropping the ball. 3. If the ball is dropped or intercepted, the player who made the error and the interceptor change roles and the drill continues. Key coaching points: Accurate and correct passing techniques are needed. Communication between players. Accuracy under pressure is the key to this drill. Attacking players who are not in possession of the ball must run into space. Equipment: 1) A ball for each grid. 2) 4 Marker cones to form the grid. 5m Video Clip CLICK to play to stop to play again Back to PREVIOUS PAGE Jober rugby


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