Planning for the season with Sir Graham Henry
As coaches we need to place a lot of importance on the off the field side of things. I think this part of rugby is hugely important, if you can get it right, your team can play to it’s potential. In this course I take you through some of the off field planning that goes into a team, helps to ensure success of that team on the field.
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|Course||Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8|
|Extras||Includes a companion PDF|
|Topics||Coaches Corner Leadership & Management Espanol Youth Coach Skills and Drills|
|Languages||English , Español|
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Ross Broadfoot England
Not sure about the point re talent versus character…cases in point the likes of Cooper, Cipriani and Spencer who were never stable influences in a team, particularly as 10s
Roger C Croft France
Again first class and simple.
Joseph Boyd USA
Jorge Angel Oliva Argentina
mas que una opinion una pregunta, en divisiones juveniles las destrezas individuales por puesto en que momento esta sugerido entrenarlas
Sala Lafaele Canada
These are great advice from Coach Henry. He makes things very easy to understand for coaches and for players which wrapped up with what he was trying to say about the coaches and the players to be one. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
Anthony W Morley New Zealand
This is fantastic insight by Sir Graham. I am planning our 2015 season now & I have found this counsel from one of the greatest ever coaches to be just so valuable. Thanks to the Rugby Site for the help in developing as a coach
Reynier Coertzen South Africa
Hi to the team at the rugby site. I love the video sessions that I have watched so far and have even told other coache to invest in them. I do have a problem though in that several of the videos don’t load at all such as the season planning video as well as attack of 10 video.
Richard Bell England
Planning and organisation a vital part of the overall set up, once again an excellent and informative set of videos
Dieter Hanf Germany
Helpful information by Graham Henry, how to develop a years plan, by doing mini plans within.
Manu Peretini Australia
Great information and good insight into a critical part of the game
The Rugby Site New Zealand
aaron painter New Zealand
Hi Guys, Yes after watching this video,I found it very helpful to some one whos moving on up the coaching ladder to coach at club level or higher..Good clear advice from Sir Graham Henry.
Brett Fell Australia
Just watched and listened to Graham points. They are simple and well thought out and for learning coaches with a passion to succeed will be very useful to them. As a coach I believe this site is a great tool but there needs to be more individual position components as I believe this is such massive role of a coach. E.G halfback passing, lineout jumping, loose and tight head prop roles in a scrum and how to combat opposing props if they are getting the better of you. cheers Brett
Herminio Antonio Sálice Argentina
Graham , for you wich is de best defensive sistem , that can play one team?
Guilherme Marques Brazil
I believe that planning of season is very very important. If you do it right, the part within the field is easy. Good to hear tips from those who know they are talking about.
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