Staying hydrated is one of the most important things a rugby player needs to keep in mind – whether during practice or a game. It may seem straightforward but often we may be dehydrated without even realising it. The answer to staying hydrated is to ensure you are long before your body gives you a “sign” that you need water.
BENEFITS OF RUGBY IN CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT: CHARACTER BUILDING Playing rugby from a young age can be a lot of fun – boys get to interact with others in their age group and learn what it feels like to belong to a team. As straightforward as this may sound, these benefits teach young players the core values of rugby, sport and
Power training implies strong movements that are performed at high speeds. Examples of power training are: Olympic Lifting (power cleans / clean and jerk / snatch) Plyometrics (squat jumps / tuck jumps / split jumps) Power Weights (power lunge / power step-ups / weighted squat jumps) High-Speed Weights (low weights moved at high speeds e.g. bench press Power training is