The Top 5 Speed Training Mistakes That Are Slowing You Down on the Rugby Pitch… and What You Need to do About It

|||The Top 5 Speed Training Mistakes That Are Slowing You Down on the Rugby Pitch… and What You Need to do About It

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Premiership play off season is upon us, which means that pre-season is nearly upon us! For strength and conditioning coaches like me this time of year is more exciting than Christmas and birthdays combined! For others (the fatties in the front row) it’s a somewhat less enjoyable time of year!

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In any event, you’re going to want to have your pre-season training absolutely nailed if you want to maximise your progress and lay down the physical foundation that is going to dictate your success for the season to come. They don’t say grand finals are won during pre-season for no reason. A massive part of pre-season is speed training, even bigger than weights or fitness in my opinion because it is SO difficult to train during the season. And yet despite its importance it seems to be the most poorly training component of any programme when I work with amateur players or clubs.

That’s why I’ve put together this free 30 minute webinar video all about the top 5 speed training mistakes that are slowing you down on the pitch. This is one that you don’t want to miss out on. If you can take advantage of these simple tips in your own training, you’ll be significantly ahead of your peers come September. Click here now to check it out.

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By |2014-06-25T21:24:43+00:00June 25th, 2014|

About the Author:

Keir Wenham-Flatt is a professional rugby strength and conditioning coach with experience spanning 5 professional teams over 4 different continents. He is the current Speed, Strength and Power Coach for the 2014 World Club Champions the Sydney Roosters, and he has also worked with Los Pumas Argentina, London Wasps and Shandong Province 7s (China).Keir is the founder of www.rugbystrengthcoach.com- the web's #1 provider of free strength and conditioning information for rugby players and coaches. Over the course of this series Keir is going to share with you exactly how to train for your playing position, using the exact same exercises that he uses with his professional and international players.