Strength Training for Rugby
Strength is the most useful physical attribute a rugby player can possess. Being stronger improves everything else: speed, power, agility, size, even endurance. There is no question: if you’re stronger, you’ll run faster, hit harder and jump higher.
Sure, the average rugby player already trains in the gym. But there is a LOT more to getting strong than what Men’s Health or the other magazines tell you. Getting as strong as possible for rugby is about much more than the typical routine of hopping from one programme to another and just doing bodybuilding, machine-based training. Training this way is just a recipe for stagnant performance and niggling injuries.
In this ebook I’ll give you the 10 most significant strength training lessons I have learned in my career. Over the course of this inexpensive and easy to digest ebook you’ll pick up real world tested information that you can implement right away in your own strength training programme.
After reading this your strength training programme will be far more efficient, logical and effective. These are the same principles I have used to great success in my own strength training, with my amateur clients and with top level professional players.
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