In this podcast, I get a chance to quiz Warren Abrahams, a senior coach with England Sevens and academy coach with Harlequins. Well-known for being a very creative coach, I ask him about how he builds better relationships with his players, and how he goes about this creativity in his sessions. MORE
PODCAST: It’s just rugby players making rugby decisions
Jersey Reds attack coach, Ed Robinson, talks about his coaching role in the 2018 Sky Sports Rugby try of the year.
I was delighted to catch up with Ed Robinson, attack coach with the Jersey Reds. His team had just served up a fantastic try in the English second tier competition.
Jump to 1:09 to see the try, but the highlights overall are pretty good too!
I spoke to him to find out some of the background behind the try. And I found myself immersed in a great journey and really challenged to rethink some of my own thoughts.
In this insightful podcast find out:
- Why big life decisions don’t need to be risks
- How players can make 500-1000 touches on the ball every day
- Challenging the players so they become rugby players making rugby decisions
- The surprising background to the 2018 Sky Sports try of the year
- What training might look like to create tries from your own line
- How to analyse in game without the need for video
- Planning for dreams
- What makes better players even better player
- Why I might need to rethink my views on age and coaching the basics