Safe Tackle Set-up Series with Rodney So'oialo
Watch Rodney, ex All Black and Hurricane explain the tackle in detail - aimed at younger players.
Part 1. Tackle - Stay Safe and Dominate 8:09 Member content
In the 1st video of this series, Rodney demonstrates how to tackle safely but still dominate. Enjoy!
This part is for subscribers only!
Subscribe now to get access to the full course, and the rest of the library.Start a FREE trial
|Course||Part 1, Part 2|
|Topics||Tackling Youth Coach Skills and Drills|
|Applicable to||Coaches Players Others Supporters and fans|
Click on CC button at top left of video for other translation options.
Patrick Van Wyk Namibia
Very good break down of a core skill in rugby. Impressive in how he always explains the “why” which compliments the “how”.
So many tackle techniques today poorly coached, leading to poor execution. This is an excellent session on how to perfect the little things make a big difference. Looking forward to more sessions from Rodney.
Carl Taopua New Zealand
Great drill roddy, something we all can put into practice.
Mark casey Australia
Very good drill to break down skills and build confidence.
Christopher Wierzbowski USA
Second Juan’s point! I feel like this is a great progression towards Sir Grahm or Wayne Smith’s tackling sections. I love the small detail focus regarding hand positioning upwards. I had coached tracking with hands in, but I think that the footwork to shoulder targeting is a brilliant bit.
John White New Zealand
I’m going to try this drill today. Looks a great basic drill.
juan pedro checchi Argentina
great initial progression. then go to Ben Herrings series, and then Graham Henry´s…
Stacye keelan New Zealand
Shot Rodney. Mean.
Ricardo Juan Martinelli Argentina
it is the best initial progression to the tackle I have ever seen
Pierre Polese Denmark
Good stuff !!! We can’t emphasize enough to stop using the arms when we want to tackle.
Get full access to all videos in this course and the rest of the video library. Learn with in-depth courses from the best rugby minds in the world, including:
- Graham Henry & Warren Gatland
- Wayne Smith & Eddie Jones
- Sam Warburton & Richie McCaw
- Leigh Halfpenny & Victor Matfield
Get instant access
Trial period available!