Applied Tempo Training For Rugby Athletes [Webinar Replay]

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  • mm
    12/11/2016 at 17:10 #18836

    Applied Tempo Training For Rugby Athletes With Keir Wenham-Flatt The webinar this month will be presented by Keir Wenham-Flatt. Keir is a rugby streng
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    13/11/2016 at 23:44 #18843

    Great presentation! How do you schedule the tempo training if you play on sundays?

    14/11/2016 at 04:41 #18844

    Awesome, thanks for the insight mate. Good to see the practical application as well.

    15/11/2016 at 14:03 #18854

    Great Presentation!!
    Just one observation/question….
    If you look at a rugby match..you will normally see that the forwards first must execute a power activity and then run a longer distance with the ball eg. Break through 2 defenders and then run/sprint.
    With back line players the opposite happens…especially the backs in the wider channels first run/sprint with the ball and then a power activity must be preformed eg. spin or side step…

    When using tempo phase 3…can you put the power activity (shuttles etc) at the beginning of the run?? and for the backs the power activity at the end of the run??

    What do you think?

    mm
    02/12/2016 at 15:56 #18905

    Tuesday would be my choice. Day off on Monday.

    mm
    02/12/2016 at 16:09 #18906

    I think it is hard to apply that level of precision between the positions. When they have the ball that may be true of the backs, but most of their high intensity runs are done without the ball, in support, constantly adjusting their lines. Likewise, are we differentiating between the outside backs, or the scrum halves, who would usually be stepping, cutting or swerving and then running? I would just keep it as simple as make sure you’re doing some running, make sure you’re doing some changing of direction and some getting up and down, then the rest is up to you. Feel free to play with the concept as you like.

    03/01/2017 at 16:41 #18995

    Great Presentation Keir !

    During the in season would you continue to do tempo runs twice a week ?

    Also in season would you maintain the same volume for tempos that you built up in the final phase of training ?

    Thanks

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