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  1. A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR MODERN RUGBY COACHING Written by JAN OBERHOLZER CLICK for INDEX

  2. A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching Index For the best RUGBY COACHING INFO Modern Rugby Skills Rugby Fitness & Warm-up Unit Skills for Modern Rugby Moves In Modern Rugby Defenses in Modern Rugby Summary of Rugby Coaching Drills Click Click Click Click Click Click Foreword by Jan Oberholzer CD-Rom Help Push (Esc) to exit program

  3. A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching Modern Rugby Skills The coaching of modern rugby skills More about modern rugby skills More about modern rugby skills CLICK Modern rugby skills CLICK Modern handlingskills Modern contact skills CLICK Modern running skills CLICK Modern tackling skills CLICK Skills development drills Skills development drills CLICK Back to the “PRACTICAL GUIDE INDEX” Push (Esc) to EXIT the program.

  4. A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching Modern Rugby Skills Modern rugby running skills “There are many different running lines, but the following four are a must if a team wants to use modern rugby moves effectively in their game plan.” - Jan Oberholzer Running lines The “X” - pass CLICK The “Unders” - pass CLICK CLICK The “Switch or scissors” pass The “Run-around” - pass CLICK Back to “Modern Skills” page

  5. Modern Rugby Skills Modern rugby running lines: The ”X”-pass CLICK on Video to Start Video Clip can’t play on Internet Head up – look opponent in the eye CLICK on video to START or STOP or RESTART Running lines Coaching Video Clip Back to the previous page

  6. A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching Index For the best RUGBY COACHING INFO Modern Rugby Skills Rugby Fitness & Warm-up Unit Skills for Modern Rugby Moves In Modern Rugby Defenses in Modern Rugby Summary of Rugby Coaching Drills Click Click Click Click Click Click Foreword by Jan Oberholzer CD-Rom Help Push (Esc) to exit program

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

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

  9. Modern rugby line-outs Three man line-out: Variation 3 Head up – look opponent in the eye Running lines of Variation 3 Animation of Variation 3 Video Clip of Variation 3 Back to “Line-out Index Page”

  10. Modern rugby line-outs Three man line-out: Variation3 Video Clip can’t play on Internet CLICK on Video to Start CLICK on video to START or STOP or RESTART Coaching Video Clip Back to the previous page

  11. A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching Index For the best RUGBY COACHING INFO Modern Rugby Skills Rugby Fitness & Warm-up Unit Skills for Modern Rugby Moves In Modern Rugby Defenses in Modern Rugby Summary of Rugby Coaching Drills Click Click Click Click Click Click Foreword by Jan Oberholzer CD-Rom Help Push (Esc) to exit program

  12. A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching Modern Rugby Moves We call this set of back-line moves “naturalmoves”, 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. Back-line moves Natural 1 move CLICK Single dummy runner move CLICK Natural 2 move CLICK Double dummy runners move CLICK Natural 3 move CLICK Blindside wing 1st channel CLICK Natural 4 move CLICK Blindside wing 2nd channel CLICK Natural 5 move CLICK Scrum-half run around move CLICK Natural 6 move CLICK Wing cut move CLICK Centre cut move CLICK CLICK Skip one move Wing switch move CLICK Skip two move CLICK Back to “Moves Index” page

  13. A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching Back line moves The Natural 3 move Description of the Move The scrum-half passes the ball to the fly-half, who drifts across and gives a dummy “X-pass” to the inside centre and then gives an “unders” to the outside centre running straight. 13 12 10 CLICK on Video to Start 9 Video Clip can’t play on Internet Passing line Running line CLICK on video to START or STOP or RESTART Execution of the move Coaching Video Clip of the move Live Video Clip of the move More about the move Back to “Back-line Moves Index”

  14. A Practical Guide for Modern Rugby Coaching Back line moves The Natural 3 move Advantage of the move: The move is designed to stop the cover defenders with the dummy switch between the fly-half and inside centre and then put two attackers, the fly-half and outside centre, into the defending channel of one defender. Defenders must always remember the fly-half don’t have to pass and can run straight on. Preferred position for the move Line-outs Notes: 1) The reason why the move is done from a line-out is that the ten meter rule gives most back-lines more space to execute the move. Line-outs Direction of the Attack Back to previous page

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