Principles of Attack (Game Sense)
Mark Malone England
A very good but long session. I will endeavour to use it but cherry picking parts and games to suit my team and skill set. common sense again by Wayne.
kevin Appleton England
Hi, the video hasn’t come up so unable to watch
Jose Mendoza Barbera Spain
El vídeo en español solo funciona hasta el minuto 15:14 y a pesar de ponerme en contacto con The Rugby Site en repetidas ocasiones siguen sin solucionarlo. Les ruego una solución urgente.
Matias Atila Cerra Australia
no me funciona bien este video… solo puedo ver 15:14 minutos
Jackson Thom USA
This blew my mind a little. Question though: This is great for my select side, but how early is too early to run through this? I’ve got U11s coming and my guess, they’d be alright…
Pablo Antonio Montenegro Argentina
MUY BUENO PARA APLICAR EN CHICO PARA QUE PUEDAN DESARROLLAR LA CAPACIDAD DE ACCION EN EL JUEGO
John Christopher lavery Canada
Watched this three times. It is magic to see order develop from the chaos. Also admire the laid approach.
Huw Bowen Australia
Love the approach & methodology – TGfU/Query Theory well exampled and great use of questioning. Regardless of WS knowledge & experience the impressive thing (as far as we can see/hear/observe) here are the teaching skills! How d’you go with a poorly motivated class/group? Even better I would expect! Play, play, play! Thanks for not going to the ‘shadowy bunch’! Cofion Cynnes Huw
David Baldwin Australia
Very Basic – However these skills are rarely on show in professional rugby! I found these extremely useful in terms of reinforcing the importance of the basics of the game.
rob ojala New Zealand
there’s a lot to think about from Smithie – some good nuggets – a few teams would have done well to see this b4 the RWC haha
Who are you going to attack? Why are you going to attack them? How should you go about it? Research says that a lot of our champions have great game sense through playing games and being involved in game like situations at training. I believe games help make sense of rugby.
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