Here’s a flavour of what you’ll get with Sparta Special Training Guide...
Catch, roll, pop, roll: Ball control on the ground makes a massive difference to your offload and continuity game. Use this exercise for skills on how to keep the ball alive post-tackle.
High catch: Rugby is chaotic and sometimes players have to be inventive when they are off balance. This activity is pretty unnatural, and in some ways tough. Yet, once mastered, the skills are ideal for all the forwards for lineouts and kick-offs and the backs for taking kicks.
Diagonal lifts: The hands, wrists and elbows play an enormous role in keeping passes accurate. This activity really emphasizes the need to use them to ensure a good pass.
Blind pairs: The players love this exercise because they really push themselves to be better while having fun. Throw the ball, roll it, even kick it! The players will come up with some great solutions and ideas.
These are just 4 of the 10 activities that you’ll get in Sparta Special Training Guide.
Unlike most rugby coaching information, Sparta Special Training Guide is aimed specifically at coaches of U9 players through to coaches of senior rugby. What’s more, it’s written by coaches, with first-hand experience of the kinds of coaching challenges you’ll face week in and week out.
That means the emphasis is very much on proven, can-do strategies for raising your game… and the success of your players!