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The Rules to Rugby According to Lynx Leave a comment Read more »

The Rules to Rugby According to Lynx

Don’t be fooled by the reassuring 1950s public service announcement style voiceover: this video teaches you very little about rugby and a lot more about how some people perceive women’s rugby. This video, which purports to explain the laws (laws not rules, Lynx!) of rugby…


Acceleration-April Fitness Leave a comment Read more »

Acceleration-April Fitness

PART 1: Featured Training Welcome back to the Rugby Fitness Blog. After a number of questions and interest surrounding the topic of “acceleration” following last month’s fitness blog on “Power and Explosiveness”, this month’s blog aims to show you some more exercises that can improve…


Match Day Prep for a Professional Player Leave a comment Read more »

Match Day Prep for a Professional Player

Preparations for a game starts on the Monday morning with training, a video analysis of the previous game and an analysis of the opposition. Training is focussed on the upcoming opposition as well as on making improvements following lessons learned from the previous game. Below…


Women's Rugby Recruitment Site Launched Leave a comment Read more »

Women’s Rugby Recruitment Site Launched

We have some good news from women rugby players everywhere. We’ve found a new rugby recruitment company solely focused on womens rugby recruitment – the first 100% dedicated women’s rugby recruitment site on the internet. Below please find an interview with Jared and Huia Tuoro,…


Obstacles to Womens Rugby Leave a comment Read more »

Obstacles to Womens Rugby

Recently I read an article, which argued that raising interest rates is the only way for women’s sport to become professional. The article was written two years ago and I must confess that although there has been an increase of coverage and interest in women’s…


Ankle Injury Treatment & Prevention Leave a comment Read more »

Ankle Injury Treatment & Prevention

Welcome to the Sports Injury Blog. My name is Liz Ward and my job is sports injury management. As a performance analyst, making good use of kinesiology, biomechanics and video analysis as well as a soft tissue therapist, my preference is prehabilitation, but I am…


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