The Ultimate Rugby Warm-Ups Manual

Never Hunt Around For A Fresh Rugby Warm-Up Again
Dan Cottrell

Are you ever stuck on ideas for warm-ups? Warm-ups can easily become repetitive as you race through the same old drills eager to get on to something more interesting. The Ultimate Rugby Warm-Ups Manual contains more than 100 quick, easy and fun ways to kick-start your coaching sessions.


The Ultimate Rugby Warm-Ups Manual is a great tool to keep players motivated and healthy, and keep your training sessions fun and challenging. Containing more than 100 warm-ups and incorporating up-to-date thinking, it will cover all your warm-up and cool-downs you will need for seasons to come.

An instant reference, to save you time

The Ultimate Rugby Warm-Ups Manual is a ready reference, right at your fingertips guide. You will have no more endless searching for something new to do in your warm-ups “today”.

It contains warm-ups covering all the core areas:

  • Pre-contact
  • Fitness
  • Handling
  • Agility and speed
  • Set-piece
  • Warm-downs
  • Pre-match

Running your coaching sessions will be easier

Each warm-up is clearly and simply explained, with illustrations. The guide is great for coaching beginners and experienced players alike.

If you ever have to take regular training or coaching sessions you’ll appreciate the sheer helpfulness of this resource. This really is a no-nonsense, user-friendly and above all, functional tool that will work for you.

Are you ever tongue-tied when coaching?

Then this guide can help you out, by telling you precisely what to say to get over the key action points to the players. This leaves you free to focus on the set up, monitoring the players and planning what you are going to do next.

Buy The Ultimate Rugby Warm-Ups Manual today and you’ll never have to hunt around for a fresh warm-up again.


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Dan is a practising RFU Level 3 coach and coach educator. He coaches with the Bristol Bears DPP programme, is the assistant coach with University of Bristol Women's team and is a coach mentor for Broad Plain RFC mini and juniors section. He was Head Coach of Swansea Schools U15 and has previously held coaching roles with the Young Ospreys Academy and as Assistant Coach with the Wales Women's Team for the 2010 World Cup. He was director of rugby for Cranleigh School, Surrey. Previously he played rugby for Bath and Bristol.