16:05 | 4 chapters
In this module I’ll take you through how to create shape and attack off 9, particularly for a side that doesn’t have a physical advantage. Starting in a game like situation encouraging players to identify attacking opportunities while under fatigue. I then focus specifically on the relationship between 9, 10 & 12, their communication and ability to exploit space.
In this module we will look at how we inte- grate forwards into the attacking line after a wide strike move. The way defensive systems are in the modern game means we need to utilise forwards as attacking players. I’ll show you a simple structure that you can put into practice.
In this video we will look at bringing our forwards into our attack off 9. Looking at specific roles and the attack options these create. The aim is to provide a whole lot of attacking options to make the opposition defence think. If we can make them think, we can make them sluggish.
“From a 7s point of view you want to get from the set-piece to the breakdown in the shortest distance possible” In this video Sam shows why starting on a positive running line from set piece will get you to the breakdown faster, how important it is to communicate with your Number 10 and how to identify the right running lines from exit play.
Learning how to drop kick is challenging, it takes a lot of hard work, practice and dedication. But when you do nail it, it’s very rewarding. From the drop height, to balance, shoulder positioning and follow through, in this video I will take you through the different types of drop kicks and my checklist for their perfect execution.
Warburton takes you through the skills of sealing, clearing a ruck and leeching, skills that every player needs in the modern game. Watch and learn from one of the world’s best loose forwards as he shares with you his tried and true techniques that help him win the shoulder battle at the breakdown. “I still do these exact same drills for 10-15mins at the end of each training session”
Shane Williams breaks the sidestep down, taking you through his skill checklist and showing you how the ball carrier and support runners can manipulate defenders and defensive lines to beat and unlock them. Watch and learn direct from one of the best attacking players the game of rugby has ever seen.
31:32 | 8 chapters
“I’m a great believer that you gain and improve game understanding by actually playing games.” In this video Ashton takes you through a variety of game specific activities that will help players keep the game up tempo; understand the space between attack and defence; and challenge defenders all the time. Not only to organise themselves but to start thinking and talking at the same time!
19:25 | 5 chapters
Counter attack dominates try scoring in the modern game, it needs to be coached. In this video I will help you grow your players understanding of how to counter attack off kick receipts. What players should look for and how best to exploit the chasing defensive line.
26:56 | 6 chapters
I find support play hugely inspirational and motivational to me as a coach. In this video I will show you the ways to get players involved with ball in hand and through effective positioning of players in support, give continuity to the game and an ability to play fifteen man rugby.
The more you practice the fundamentals under pressure the more effective you’ll be. The technical points of catching and passing have to be made either in games or by putting defenders up. In this video I focus on developing key attack approaches and how practicing the fundamentals under pressure is critical.
14:30 | 4 chapters
In this module we look at setting up a starter move from set piece based on what the opposition are giving you. I’ll present a simple way to scout an opponent, come up with a play then how to create variations off that play. So that you can attack the space that is given to you now.
35:47 | 3 chapters
In this video we will build a backline based on logic. Establishing firstly a base combination between 9 and 10, which is hugely important for a backline to function and then looking at the roles of the rest of the backs. Giving us a backline with real rhythm and timing.
In this video I’ll take you through the physical and mental techniques I use to be an effective goal kicker. Goal kicking is a big part of my game that requires a lot of time, dedication and sacrifice. It’s taken years of practice, but I love what I do and I hope sharing this information with you helps your game.
25:54 | 5 chapters
The difference between the best players in the world is their ability to perform the basic skills under intense pressure. In this video I focus on developing catching, running onto the ball and passing skills. These are the attack fundamentals you have to do well to fix the best defences in the world.
Breakdown skills are critical for any player. In this video I will show you the things that work for me at the breakdown. Fundamental techniques, how to practice getting in the right place efficiently and the important decisions to make you as effective as you can be at the breakdown on attack.
43:02 | 3 chapters
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.