Scrum Setup Fundamentals - HS and A with Jase Ryan
Watch this latest series with Jase Ryan, forwards coach of the super champion Crusaders, and previously NZ20 world champions.
Part 1. Interview with Jase Ryan 12:06 Free video
In the first video of this series, we hear from Jase discuss many topics including how he got into coaching and the importance of investing in coach development. Enjoy!
Part 5. The Biarticular Line Preview with Jase Ryan 0:30 Member content
Watch the preview and check in later for the full story. Enjoy!Play video
Part 6. Achieving the Strongest Pushing Position - Understanding the Biarticular Line 7:56 Member content
Do you want to find out what the Biarticular Line is and why it is crucial to a successful scrum? Watch the video to find out!Play video
Part 9. Prop & Lock Setup on a Powa Singleman Sled 6:26 Member content
Jase Ryan heads outside to the pitch and Powa Singleman sled to demonstrate connecting your locks to the props at scrum time. Enjoy!Play video
Part 10. Loose Forward Setup & Engage on Powa Sled 4:44 Member content
Loose forwards are a very important part of modern day scrummaging. Jase heads outside with his ‘stick’ and Powa Single Man sled to demonstrate. Enjoy!Play video
Part 12. Good Technique, Great Technique (working together as an 8) 9:59 Member content
Jase details why great technique is important for all levels of rugby scrummaging. Enjoy!Play video
Part 13. Staying strong with movement - working to fix bad technique 7:11 Member content
In this video, Jase demonstrates a technque drill for forwards. The drill itself is excellent for managing scrummaging technique when in motion. Enjoy!Play video
|Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12, Part 13, Part 14
|Player Programme Set Piece Youth Coaching
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John Nel England
Great vids from Jase as always. Man I am learning so much as a coach getting ready for my second season. I have a question though, what software is recommended to annotate vids for coaching and sharing with players?
Thomas Virgona Australia
Priceless advice, would’ve been great to have at my fingertips as a prop starting out 25 years ago !!
John Christopher lavery Canada
What works coupled with what’s safe. Good usable coaching points. great stuff.
Frank Holika Australia
that really good stapilty
Jikoibau Matawalu Fiji
guillermo arturo ramos Argentina
en castellano por favor!!
Pablo José Ghigliazza Argentina
me gustaria recibir mas informacion sobre “the biarticular line”
Luca Gubinelli Italy
A great dispensary of technique and of correct progression of work
Brad Chestnut Canada
Great drill on setting up Hooker, great details and well described! I will use it tomorrow in practice!!
Matthew Ratana England
Be nice to see videos on a more frequent basis. Content is good, but how many new releases are we seeing ? Sorry, just asking
Peter Telford England
Having used Mike Cron and now Jase Ryan’s coaching videos for the past 2 years as Forwards coach at Ivybridge RFU U13 and U14s, the current U15s pack now have 7 out of 8 in the Devon Team Squad and the Exeter Chiefs Academy and one has signed up professionally for a Premiership side. The open side flanker is also now in U15s Devon Team and Academy but as a centre!! Key core skills solidified and many micro improvements relentlessly applied improve the pack.
Piet Faasen South Africa
Jase knows what he is talking about.Great informative series for both players and coaches.
Min Sae Chae USA
Great series, would like to see a bit more on head placement, boring, front row binding. basically a whole series on the front row. Look forward to more.
Mahendra de Alwis New Zealand
We have the Mike Cron replacement with the AB’s here. Good stuff mate. Love the Crusaders scrum work.
Juan Maineri Argentina
David Forsgate Indonesia
Superb and essential for coaching front row, really nice job here on decoding front row set up and providing some easy wins for your team whether adults or school level
Joe P Chinese Taipei
“as long as you’ve got a forearm under his ballbag, you’re good” — Quotes like this could only be commonplace in a rugby tutorial video. Definitely adds to the ratings!
Lionel Langenhoven South Africa
I’ve learnt so much .I myself coaches the scrum and I’ve learnt that its the smallest of smallest adjustments that’s gonna present you with a successful scrum.absolutely brilliant.
Ian Trevor Canada
Would like to see the 2nd row part of the set up. Great video.
kevin Appleton England
Really good detail from jase more of the same please
Ibrahim Kurshid-Khan Great Britain & Northern Ireland
Brilliant videos. Always learn something useful!!!
Warren Bradshaw New Zealand
Love your work Jase!
Clement Ringiao Australia
Very informative, and very detailed. Thank you Jase!!
Rod McCulloch Arabian Gulf
The secrets of the dark arts revealed. Thanks Jase Ryan. Some great tips in there to set the scrum on the right path.
Tim Horgen New Zealand
Enjoyed the interview, great passion for the game and player safety and development, with emphasis on personal growth in coaching, well done!
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