Presentation on theme: "Rugby Fitness and Warm-up Modern Rugby Skills Unit Skills for Modern Rugby Moves In Modern Rugby Defenses in Modern Rugby A Practical Guide for Modern."— Presentation transcript:
Rugby Fitness and Warm-up Modern Rugby Skills Unit Skills for Modern Rugby Moves In Modern Rugby Defenses in Modern Rugby A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching by Jan Oberholzer A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching by Jan Oberholzer Guide Index Push (Esc) to exit program Click Click CD-Rom Help Foreword by Jan Oberholzer “CLICK” on the section you want to go to “The 5 pillars of Modern Rugby Coaching”
About modern rugby moves More about rugby moves Click Moves round the line-outs Click Back-line moves Moves round the scrums Moves round the rucks Modern Rugby Moves A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching Click Modern rugby moves Click More about Modern rugby moves Back to the “Practical Guide Index”
Execution of the move The Gregan 1 move Description of the Move The scrumhalf breaks away from the ruck and then gives a “X-pass” or switch pass to the forward runner running straight in the first channel. Coaching Video Clip of the move More about the move A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching CLICK on video to STOP or RESTART Modern Rugby Moves Press ESC to close Show
Direction of the Attack A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching Back to previous page Notes: This move can also be executed on the right hand side of the ruck. Preferred position for the move Advantage of the move: This move is designed to draw the first defender out of his position next to the ruck, when he start to follow the running scrumhalf, which then creates a gap for the receiver to run into. Rucks The Gregan 1 move Modern Rugby Moves
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