USA Coaching Clinic - Attack Strategies - All with Sir Graham Henry
Coaching clinic at Stanford University, San Francisco with All Black World Cup winning coach SIR GRAHAM HENRY talking about Attack Strategies especially those used by the All Blacks in recent years.
Part 1. 2017 USA Coaching Clinic Promo 0:58 Free video
A rare opportunity to enjoy an evening or a rugby coaching session with one of Rugby’s best ever coaches: All Black World Cup winning coach SIR GRAHAM HENRY.
Part 2. Coaching Clinic at Stanford University - Part 1, Strike 1 15:31 Free video
Watch Sir Graham Henry at Stanford University explain the attack game and decision making by the players. Enjoy!Play video
Part 3. Coaching Clinic at Stanford University - Part 2, Strike 2 13:21 Member content
In this video, Ted discusses attack options from the scrum. 80% of tries are scored from the set piece or within 2 phases. Watch and learn!Play video
Part 4. Coaching Clinic at Stanford University - Part 3, Strike 3 14:59 Member content
Ted continues his attack options discussion. This time the focus is on the breakdown attack options. Communication, knowing your role, and keeping it simple!Play video
Part 5. Coaching Clinic Ted's Perspective - Tip or Rip from Breakdown 9:59 Member content
Sir Graham Henry leaves the classroom, dons the Go Pro, and goes through his Strike 1 plays at Stanford University.Play video
Part 7. Coaching Clinic - Leadership & tools for decision making 10:19 Member content
Sir Graham is back in the classroom talking, rabbits, hands, worms, and long. What do they all mean? Watch his latest video to learn more!Play video
Part 8. Coaching Clinic - Ted's Perspective, The Pig 3:57 Member content
Watch Ted’s latest video, which continues on from his coaching clinic, explaining The Pig. Enjoy!Play video
Part 13. Chess Board stuff - keeping the defence guessing 3:30 Member content
This week Ted covers using the right people in the right positions. Enjoy!Play video
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Matt harrop New Zealand
very helpful ideas from the master sir ted
Gareth Davies Wales
Zuko Ndlela South Africa
Very informative, I enjoyed it.
Matt Gibson England
Loved it! Straight talking and easy to understand the concept being discussed.
Manuel Moroso Italy
oh.. brilliant! i,m preparing the final examination to become a coach for the youngs team, here in Italy. and this site , help me so much ,to promote a new mind form, in the future seniores players. and only God knows how much we need to change our game mentality—-(sic!)
gerhard moerdyk New Zealand
Gold. Rotating into coaching the backs for the first time in a while, this info is [ure gold for me!
Luiz Melo Brazil
Great vision of the game, tks Sir
Jesse Borghesi USA
I really need a 2-4-2 tutorial from the basics. Specifically, how do the backs interface with the forwards?
ricardo enrique hortt Argentina
me gustaria que lo traduzcan al idioma español para comprenderlo mejor gracias.mi ingles es limitado.
Gerhard.Coetzee South Africa
Key points and aspects well explained as fundamentals of an attacking game plan.Great !
ed barnes Ireland
A lot to be said about his sense of humour. Puts the players at ease and creates an enjoyable learning environment. Cheers Ted
Ian Hollingworth England
This is the reason I pay my subscription – access to the master himself – more please
ALAN ZONDAGH South Africa
Graham Henry talks my language…good to hear it from the master.
Andrew Hay USA
Still funny to see myself in the audience watching :)
Lionel Langenhoven South Africa
Hi there I’m Lionel .what a fantastic way of simplify coaching.I’ve learnt a he’ll of lot of paying attention to detail..and that repetition.is very important.
Brendan Molloy New Zealand
Hopefully some of the coaches at junior and school level will use these systems as it will help the players going forward into senior levels knowing what to do from an early age Simply effective systems cheers Ted
Richard Feeney Ireland
Excellent overview of attack. The clarity and simplicity of the ideas is superb.
andy king England
Genius. Sums up the differences between the abs and the rest.
John Mckinnel New Zealand
Ted your a ledgend. Luv your wit as only you can do
Richard Bell England
Excellent again Ted, keeping it simple. TQB OTG LQB KBA
Stacye keelan New Zealand
Some of the key points…1. Get over the advantage line because of numbers and space. 2. Everyone is live in the attacking play. 3. One strike but many options. 4. Weak points are the 10 channel and outside the 13. 5. Run straight to fix defenders. Thanks for simplifying things Ted.
Quinton Ho Australia
The Guru is back! More rugby wisdom please!
Jack Bukowski USA
Excellent, please keep more of this session coming if possible
Simon Kacimaiwai Australia
Great video, the master of rugby knowledge. best of all time.
Luis Felipe Gonzalez Mexico
Genial! Gracias Señor Henry.
Peter Telford England
Found it very useful for this Friday’s U14 session. The answer we hope to the difficult “teenage transition” from individual stars to collective threat.
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