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The RFU Guide to Coaching Positional Skills

Author : Rugby Football Union
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Written and endorsed by the RFU coach development team based at Twickenham, this book takes every position in the 15-a-side rugby union team and gives a series of specific drills, practice sessions and tips for coaching players to perform their unique duties. From high-ball drills for full-backs to mauling sessions for the front row, this is the first book that isolates and teaches the skills required of each position on the field. The RFU coach development team, comprised of eight positional coaches, is at the forefront of the worldwide development of coaching best practice. Each drill and session is fully supported by line drawings, photographs and guidance on coaching.

Bulletin of Centre for Informatics Waseda University

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Rugby Union Threequarter Play

Author : Peter Johnson
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Rugby Union Threequarter Play is a technical playing guide that examines the demands of each of the positions in the threequarters, and analyses the specific positional roles and responsibilities. The book will help coaches to place the right player in the right position. It includes the following: Checklist of positional skills and attributes to show what makes a skilled player; Analysis of the position's role within the team; Development of specialist technical and tactical skills; Developing a player's physical and mental skills; Step-by-step drills that can be easily used in training sessions; Material on threequarter players working as a unit and with other positions in the team. A reference guide to Rugby Union threequarter play aimed at all RU players and coaches. Examines the demands of each of the positions in the threequarter line and will help coaches place the right player in the right position. Superbly illustrated with 50colour photographs and 130 play/tactical diagrams. Peter Johnson is currently Manager of the RFU Apprenticeship programme and author of several books on rugby.

A Comprehensive Guide to Sports Physiology and Injury Management E Book

Author : Stuart Porter
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Divided into two parts, physiology and sports injury management, this is an innovative clinical- and evidence-based guide, which engages with the latest developments in athletic performance both long and short term. It also considers lower level exercise combined with the pertinent physiological processes. It focuses on the rationale behind diagnostic work up, treatment bias and rehabilitation philosophy, challenging convention within the literature to what really makes sense when applied to sports settings. Drawing upon experts in the field from across the world and various sports settings, it implements critical appraisal throughout with an emphasis on providing practical solutions within sports medicine pedagogy. Dovetails foundational sports physiology with clinical skills and procedures to effectively manage sports injuries across a variety of settings Takes an interdisciplinary approach and draws upon both clinical- and evidence-based practice Contributed by leading international experts including academics, researchers and in-the-field clinicians from a range of sports teams including the Royal Ballet and Chelsea FC Pedagogical features include learning objectives, clinical tip boxes, summaries, case studies and Editor’s commentary to/critique of concepts and techniques across chapters

Coaching Youth Rugby

Author : Keith Richardson
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Written by an experienced rugby coach, Coaching Youth Rugby is an essential guide for all coaches, parents and teachers. This one-stop practical resource will give a new coach everything they need to deliver fun, dynamic, player-centred practice sessions and guidance on how to run a team. Coaches at all levels of the game will find material and ideas aimed at helping them to formulate simple strategies to suit their level of player ability. Contents include: practical small-team games and drills, enabling coaches to run active and fun sessions for young players; ideas for teaching fundamental rugby skills, from passing and handling to tackling, kicking, scrum and lineout; coaching theories explained in an uncomplicated and easy-to-understand manner.With field-tested, age-specific information to help you learn how to communicate with players, parents, other coaches and officials, Coaching Youth Rugby will help you manage your team on match days and provide measures for ensuring player safety. Includes full details on the new RFU Continuum. A one-stop practical resource that is fully illustrated with 60 colour photographs and 100 diagrams.

Wheelchair Sport

Author : Vicky Goosey-Tolfrey
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Wheelchair Sport provides coaches, teachers, and athletes with the information they need to compete and succeed in wheelchair sports. People who use wheelchairs have a greater opportunity than ever before to be physically active at the level of their choosing. Wheelchair Sport equips coaches, teachers, and athletes to develop their minds and bodies to their potential and enjoy their participation in sports.

Rugby Skills Tactics and Rules

Author : Tony Williams
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Explains the basic skills involved with the sport, including running, passing, catching, tackling, kicking, and scoring, and discusses the rules and tactics of the game.

The Sport Psychologist s Handbook

Author : Joaquin Dosil
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Sport psychology is attracting growing interest, both at a practitioner level and in psychology departments at universities. Designed as a practical manual for those working in the field, this book is divided into two parts. The first gives an overview of the topic and deals with the basic concepts that sports psychologists must take into account when they begin working with athletes. The second deals with specific sports in more detail, and outline the most effective methods of psychological assessment and intervention

Sport Bibliography Sports

Author : Linda Wheeler
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Physical Education

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Sport Bibliography

Author : G. Chiasson
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Rugby the Players Game

Author : J. Gavin Reid
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Journal of Human Movement Studies

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Rugby

Author : A. Jon Prusmack
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An introduction to the history, basic techniques, rules, strategy, and fundamental plays of rugby.

Sport Law Study Guide

Author : Stephen C. Jefferies
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This text seeks to sort through legal terminology and explain what constitutes coaching negligence and how to avoid a lawsuit through safe coaching practices. The accompanying Study guide contains case studies, discussion topics and exercises to further explore this area.

Sports Coach

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Bowker s Complete Video Directory 2000

Author : Bowker
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American Book Publishing Record

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Whitaker s Cumulative Book List

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Rugby Revealed

Author : Gavin Hickie
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Rugby Revealed is the definitive guide to rugby in terms of the roles and responsibilities of each individual position and how they combine to create a tactically astute rugby team. This engaging guide to rugby union will help coaches and players understand the modern game, giving practical advice to achieve maximum results with optimum technique. With its mix of contributions from leading names, practical coaching advice and player statistics, Rugby Revealed includes: · the roles and responsibilities of each position in 15-a-side rugby · correct technique for core skills · the mechanics of the set piece · the elements for a successful attack and defence Professional players such as Jamie Roberts, Aaron Smith, Johnny Sexton, George Ford, Cian Healy, Manu Tuilagi, Keven Mealamu and Marcos Ayerza, and leading coaches, including Stuart Lancaster, Mike Cron, Dr Dave Alred, Mike Ford, Brendan Venter and Sir John Kirwan, are some of the 101 top names who share their insights into the game. This highly accessible guide will help new, emerging and developing players and coaches reach their rugby potential.