Attack Strategies - HS and A with Eddie Jones
In this series, we look at simple Attack Strategies you can adopt including strategies from World Cup winning coaches Wayne Smith and Eddie Jones.
Part 1. Coaching Philosophies 0:34 Free video
Recognised as one of the best rugby coaches in the modern era and Rugby site Founder, Wayne Smith shares his successful coaching philosophies.
Part 3. Same Way Team Attack: Using forwards in the attacking line 27:37 Member content
In this video, Ex All black and 2x World Cup winning coach Wayne Smith looks at bringing your forwards into our attack off 9.Play video
Part 8. Attack Shape, Role Clarity - Block Session 8:24 Member content
In this video, Aaron explains attack shape, broken down block by block. Enjoy!Play video
Part 10. Attack Shape, Role Clarity - Block Session from a Scrum 5:28 Member content
Aaron is back using his Blocks to present different 1-3-3-1 Scrum Attack shape. Enjoy!Play video
Part 14. Attack Shape 1-3-3-1, Putting it all Together 7:28 Member content
Aaron and his players are back this week putting their 1-3-3-1 Attack Altogether. Enjoy!Play video
Part 15. Momentum and Mismatch in Turnover Attack 4:52 Member content
Last week, we introduced Alex O’Dowd, Nottingham assistant and NTU head coach and ex North Harbour (NZ) coach and Turnover Attack.
This week, Alex with his NTU players find the momentum going forward and look for the mismatch in the turnover attack.
Find the 9
Find the player in momentum
Find the mismatch
Find the trylinePlay video
Part 15. Attack fundamentals to counter defence set up’s 8:57 Member content
Countering defences is about being positive in attack and not passive.
Put into practice what Ex Leicester and Queensland Red coach Matt O’connor says and you are well on the way to scoring tries and winning games.
Part 16. Turn Over Attack - Alignment Drill 5:03 Member content
This week we introduce Alex O’Dowd, Nottingham assistant and NTU head coach and ex North Harbour (NZ) coach.
Alex with his NTU players explains how to make the most of turnover ball.
The drill build’s on Matt O’Connor’s Turnover Attack Drill.
Space is on the edge
Get it to the edge and spacePlay video
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Jason Beggs Canada
I love the idea of not playing off of a playbook or a tightly structured attack – BUT to play what is in front of you…training players to make their own decisions.
Randall Clifford Williams South Africa
Very good simple pods explained. Very good work Aaron.
Adam Jacobs USA
Fantastic series that does a great job illustrating the structure and evolution of 1-3-3-1 through the phases.
Luke Sassolino USA
Great insight on a new attack formation. Biggest challenge is figuring out where/when backs enter the play. Having backs & forwards wearing different color bids would really clarify who is going where.
mothilal jayathilake Sri Lanka
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GRAHAM EDWARDS Belgium
Great video and loved your use of the blocks and drone footage + basic video editing.
JUAN PABLO TOMAS Spain
Traducir al español por favor!!!!
Graham Alan Higginbotham England
Great way of using such a simple item as wooden block, like the ownership self organisation aspect
Chris Russell USA
Aaron does a great job of showing ‘what’ and ‘how’. Somehow I missed ‘why’. Where can I find ‘why’?
bernard smith Australia
Outstanding series of videos that are clear and concise The concept of blocks as an alternate to a white board is fantastic and invites buy in and creativity from the players
Thomas McNeil USA
Good visual demonstration of attack structure. I think this is the same concept that Graham Henry tried to illustrate on a white board during the clinic in California, but this is a much clearer way of showing how this kind of structure works. However, even though each position’s role is described, it’s hard to see the numbers on the blocks. I like it when the players move their own position’s block – gets them more involved.
Tim Zern USA
I really liked the different perspectives from the drone, go pro, etc.. Good job editing all the pieces together.
per favore i sottotitoli in inglese o spagnolo. io sono italiano e NoN undestend Inglish. Tanck YOU!
Wayne Marsters New Zealand
Thanks Coach Jones- I like the clarity provided to the players in just a few words -brief but comprehensive. Also the interactive nature of the session and your blocks -thanks for sharing.
Richard Bell England
Excellent video on attack structure.
Mark Kinlan Ireland
Thought video very insightful and easy to follow and understand – use a 2/3/3 spilt myself but will look at 1/3/3/1 – it is obviously easier to run these attack shapes off line outs and wide scrums with the space outside – would like to see this attack pattern off a mid field scrum
Dali Ndebele New Zealand
Good job Jonesy.
Matthew Ratana England
On point, great to see these various shapes being demonstrated. Look forward to 2-4-2 and maybe 1-3-2-2????
bryn steve Wales
Great video very useful, when is part 2 available?
Guy McKim Canada
I really like the visual, use of blocks, and the manipulative idea. I sense this might help my players better understand any concept you are trying to help them with. Thanks for a great explanation and a great idea.
Quinton Ho Australia
Very creative Aaron. Can you do a formation where you transition from 1-3-3-1 to 2-4-2 and vice versa? Cheers.
Diego Barton Argentina
I use bottle caps.
Ronnie Mata Taurarii USA
Great simple way to engage even the younglings
pablo daniel millikonsky Argentina
that video is amazing
Carter Croft England
Love the use of blocks, saves me carrying a white board and magnetic numbers, works like a general planning a battle. Really good. Carter Croft.
Christopher Paul Spinks England
Great way to engage young players in the thought process around roles and relevance of structure in attack, thanks
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