Attack Fundamentals with Josef Schmidt
In this module I'll share with you my thoughts around Attack fundamentals. Looking at making sure we get discipline in our running lines, our timing and our quality of pass. When we put them all together they will make up the framework of how we play.
Part 1. Attack Fundamentals 33:20 Member content
Jo goes through the very basics of attack. How to draw and pass, what lines to run, why and when. Gold from a master coach.
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Quinton Ho Australia
Perhaps the most significant skill set that the Kiwis have over the rest of the rugby world. From 1 to 15 everyone is taught to be comfortable with ball in hand.
Andrew jones Wales
Brilliant progression. Simple to complex! Adding more concepts in each drill. Great to keep in mind!!!
Gerhard.Coetzee South Africa
Well explained and great content
gustavo miguel pablo bendini Argentina
Mitch Furi Australia
5/5 great site. I love it.
Adam Watson New Zealand
Delivered good detail to get accuracy and explained the reasons clearly to players. Progression levels of each exercise attainable for players. Excellent.
Daryn Henry USA
JS is coaching brilliance.
Great video, as an ex prop coaching u11s and u12s i was finding it difficult to explain what i wanted my Players to do in attack ,this helped so much,i cant wait to try it at training, also as im working towards doing my L2 soon this will help me personally in the way i coach and explain things
Daniel Ritchie Australia
It’s easy to see why Leinster and Ireland have thrived under Joe. Fantastic attention to detail and progression, great video!
firstname.lastname@example.org Great Britain & Northern Ireland
Great vid’ from ‘St. Joe’ I’m using the ideas with my U14s. It’s definitely a work in progress, but I’m looking forward to seeing them develop their skills.
This Video allows me to see the training techniques “Fundamentals attack” in detail. This will help me to better teach the basic techniques to attack. Thanks Josef Schmidt.
JR Suber USA
Beginner coach here, found the fundamentals and drills from Josef Schmidt very helpful.
H Hamilton England
Good session by Josef Schmidt’s you can see why Ireland have been doing well in there attacking play. Great way for players to understand passing & running skills at any level.
Patrick Van Wyk Namibia
Great way of coaching basic core skills such as passing and receiving and running lines.It was well presented. Outcome is easily understandable as well as the strategies of how to achieve it. I really enjoyed the session. Great stuff!
-Patrick Van Wyk-Namibia
Marius Van Der Merwe Australia
Good basic drills, excellent for premier players to do as a warm up drill before training or Game, it just keeps on working on those lines,passing skills and triggers. Excellent
Roger C Croft France
Excellent, always learning.
Michael Stott Canada
Ran this exact drill last night with my lads. Remarkable improvement on running lines and timing the support run. Thanks again Rugby Site, always delivering the goods!
Tony Bundock Australia
Great video. With some excellent drills to teach passing and also scanning the defence. Some good fundamentals to teach players.
Jonathan R. Beggs Canada
After the remarkable play Ireland showed the All Blacks this past week end. Schmidt has shown he has the coaching knowledge and experience to put together a team that is always a threat. The coaching session was simple, but filled with the kind of coaching details needed to improve my players. The rugby site is the only site I rely on for the best coaches to develop this game world wide.
Brendan Hope Great Britain & Northern Ireland
Great fundamentals to teach your players the importance of holding their lines and running straight.
andrew harrison England
Great concepts just what I needed
Peter Wood Scotland
Interesting drills and a new concept to the attack line – to was an L drill with a difference. The triggers could be better explained but all in for a coach it was a good video and good concepts.
Jordan Watson New Zealand
you should get Titch to post some of his drills and get him to explain its uses and what to look for he progress’ very nicely and they actually used the drills to warm up before each RWC game because of its functionality – one of them was a tweak on this video’s L drill and can even be used for fitness
This video on the other hand wasn’t too bad (i know im brutally honest) thought he wasn’t very clear with things (I personally understood but i think a begginer coach would struggle) not enough basic language, 7/10
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