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Jan Oberholzer’s For modern rugby coaching. Written by JAN OBERHOLZER A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR MODERN RUGBY COACHING A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR MODERN RUGBY.

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1 Jan Oberholzer’s For modern rugby coaching

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3 Written by JAN OBERHOLZER A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR MODERN RUGBY COACHING A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR MODERN RUGBY COACHING

4 Rugby Fitness & 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 Index Push (Esc) to exit program For the best RUGBY COACHING INFO Summary of Rugby Coaching Drills Click CD-Rom Help Foreword by Jan Oberholzer

5 Modern line-out variations More about modern rugby line-outs CLICK UNIT SKILLS IN MODERN RUGBY CLICK More about modern rugby mauling More about modern rugby kick-offs CLICK Modern rugby scrums Modern rugby line-outs Modern Rugby mauls Modern rugby kick-offs Back to the “PRACTICAL GUIDE INDEX” More about modern rugby scrums CLICK

6 Modern rugby line-outs Back to the previous page Click Three man line-outs Click Four man line-outs Five man line-outs Six man line-outs 3 Man - Variation 1 3 Man - Variation 2 3 Man - Variation 3 3 Man - Variation 4 3 Man - Variation 5 Click 4 Man - Variation 1 4 Man - Variation 2 4 Man - Variation 3 4 Man - Variation 4 4 Man - Variation 5 Click Variation 1 Variation 2 Variation 3 Variation 4 Click Variation 1 Variation 2 Variation 3 Six man line-out variations are primarily used as the starting point for attacking line-out mauls. Five man line-outs are great for moves round the front and the back of the line-outs.

7 Head up – look opponent in the eye Modern rugby line-outs Five man line-out: Variation 4 Animation of Variation 4 Running lines of Variation 4 Video Clip of Variation 4 Back to “Line-out Index Page”

8 Back to the previous page Coaching Video Clip Five man line-out: Variation 4 Modern rugby line-outs

9 Rugby Fitness & 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 Index Push (Esc) to exit program For the best RUGBY COACHING INFO Summary of Rugby Coaching Drills Click CD-Rom Help Foreword by Jan Oberholzer

10 More about modern rugby moves More about rugby moves Click Moves at the line-outs Click Back-line moves Moves at the scrums Moves at the rucks Modern Rugby Moves A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching Back to the “PRACTICAL GUIDE INDEX” Click Rugby moves create space Modern rugby moves Click

11 A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching Natural 2 move Natural 1 move CLICK Back-line moves Natural 3 move Natural 4 move Natural 5 move Single dummy runner move Double dummy runners move Modern Rugby Moves CLICK Natural 6 move We call this set of back-line moves “natural moves”, because it is the most natural way to beat modern rugby defenses or to get over the advantage line. If a coach uses this moves as a combination of moves the opposition will never know where to defend next. CLICK Blindside wing 1st channel CLICK Blindside wing 2nd channel CLICK Skip one move CLICK Skip two move CLICK Centre cut move CLICK Wing switch move Scrum-half run around move CLICK Wing cut move

12 Execution of the move The Natural 1 move Description of the Move The scrum-half passes to the fly-half, who drifts across and gives a “X-pass” or switch pass to the inside center who runs straight. Coaching Video Clip of the move Back line moves Passing line Running line More about the move A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching

13 Direction of the Attack A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching Back line moves Back to previous page Notes: 1) The best position to do the move is from a scrum on the left hand side of the field with the opposition scrum-half out of the defending equation. 2) The ball must be thrown at the back of the line-out, for the move to be most effective from line-outs. 3) Like all back-line moves the attacking team needs quick ball if the move is to be executed from rucks. Preferred positions for the move Advantage of the move: This move was the most effective back-line move in the 2005 rugby year. The move was designed for the straight running inside center to beat the defenders with his running line, when he receives a “X” pass from the drifting fly-half. Remember the defenders never know if the fly-half is going to pass or if he is going to run straight on. Line-outs Scrums Rucks The Natural 1 Move


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