Rugby Strength Programming Philosophy by Keir Wenham-Flatt [Webinar Replay]

Rugby Strength Programming Philosophy

by Keir Wenham-Flatt

The webinar this month will be presented by Keir Wenham-Flatt. Keir is a rugby strength and conditioning specialist who has worked with professional teams on 4 different continents. He decided to share his remarkable video presentation with us and I would like to thank him for that as well as for being a Complementary Training member.

In the video below Keir outlines his philosophy of strength/power training for rugby using ideas from Kelvin Giles and Anatoly Bondarchuk. He also outlined four phases of progression and how they affect the programming of jumps, plyos, medball throws, traditional power and strength exercises.

It is very interesting how Keir utilize readiness measurements and how the level of it affects his daily plan.

Definitely, a must-watch for strength and conditioning coaches working in team sports!

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Keir Wenham-Flatt is Coordinator of Football Performance, a role in which he oversees all aspects of the physical performance training of William & Mary’s football student-athletes. His duties include weight-room-based strength and power development, speed, agility, conditioning, and close integration with the football staff to monitor training load, offer sport science insights, and assist in the management of the training process.
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