Scrum Engagement and Laws with Kees Meeuws
In this series Ex All Black prop Kees Meeuws will explain front row play in an easy to follow format
Part 1. Pre engagement setup - loosehead prop 12:11 Member content
Watch Kees break down the loosehead play - enjoy!
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Luca Gubinelli Italy
Fantastic explanation of those details of the front row work that make the difference
Steve Thompson New Zealand
a great breakdown thru the 4 modules , good explanation on loose head versus tight head head positioning of their heads to counter act and react to each player.
Pamela Hadikin Canada
Great series, any difference for women where the centre of gravity is lower, in terms of when Kees says “lower your chest even more”?
Lionel Langenhoven South Africa
Hi there as an forward coach I thought to have these tools at your disposal you can only grow .as a coach learning the art of front row play and also the safety of the players.fantastic !!
Saminda Silva Sri Lanka
Superb From Saminda Sri lanka
Robert o brien England
Superb video kees and Excellently explained,
Hone Edwards Australia
Great Kees sorted out my question in mike crons section about new laws
Mitchell Strachan Australia
what a great session. so good for coaching teenagers.
Pioiva Sasa USA
Lots of helpful informations..great demo
Marius Van Der Merwe Australia
Kees Great video, Would not mind some pointers on the hooker attacking/defensive point post engagement before ball feed. But one of the better videos that I have seen.
Keith McLaughlin Canada
This is an awesome series. Really builds on the Mike Cron scrum videos. It is nice to see Kees explain the new engagement laws and how they pertain to creating a great contest at scrum time. One question, are the tight head and loose heads responsibilities the same regardless of whose put in it is?
Doug Kiloh Canada
Great short course for young Props. Excellent explanation, manner and confidence in presentation.
Finbarr O'Regan Ireland
Excellent pre engagement drill dont forget to grip the ground with your toes
Brendan Molloy New Zealand
Kees noticed your props using the top of their heads against oppositions shoulder for support, could this be used in a game for extra support
Jim Fabish Australia
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John Christopher lavery Canada
Don’t want to be negative, but there are some problematic elements (promoting anterior pelvic tilt) toward spinal organization pre engagement. Maybe it will be sorted, but not a cue I would feel comfortable using. Other issues around the players necks in a flexed position. I sort of feel that spinal organization comes first, and correcting one area of spinal alignment, at a a time is counter productive, and could delay progress of coaches trying to learn for that clip.
Roger C Croft France
Very good explanation, key points forcefully repeated.
Mahendra de Alwis New Zealand
Just one confusion. Kees talks of pelvic area forward, but Cron talks about hips / out (Ducks arse) ?
Phil Ward England
Really useful video, can’t wait for part 2.
John Ngapo-Kimura New Zealand
Being a forwards coach, the safety of my players at scrum time is hugely important, and this video showing how to get the prop into the correct position is invaluable. Thanks.
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