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Oct
14

Concern#1

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Over the past few months, we’ve heard 3 major concerns from our coaches about the impending launch of 1RugbyCoach.com and this update will address the #1 concern…

Concern#1 : “If we publish our 1RugbyCoach membership site for amateur coaches, then our killer tips tricks and techniques for coaching especially in video will be shared by everyone and will not be as effective.”

Background: A couple of months ago we let it slip to our interested coaches that we were getting ready to launch a 1 stop shop Rugby Coaching site aimed at all amateur and semi-professional coaches.

That little note in our update set of a bit of a firestorm of email from our coaches and surprisingly enough, the biggest concern was one that we just hadn’t anticipated. Our coaches told us that once we peel back the curtain and reveal these tips, tricks and techniques especially in video form, it would let the cat out of the bag and the drills would either level the playing field or become less effective.

After thinking about this, I came to the conclusion that there are literally hundreds of thousands of amateur coaches across the globe so what are the chances of all of them accessing this information.

But the biggest fact for me was that most of the elite clubs all use these drills week in week out but there are always winners and losers so it obviously comes down to the implementation of the information.

Bottom Line: With that said we are going to share this information with amatuer coaches such as yourself and you can use it as you see fit. But I will guarantee that just by using this information, you will already be putting yourself ahead of your competitors as most will not even be privvy to these core skills techniques.

Stay tuned for more details. Our anticipated release date is Tuesday 20th Oct 2009. The best way to stay informed about the launch is by joining our announcement list through one of the 3 giveaways below.

If you’ve received one or all of the bonuses below then you don’t need to worry as you’re already on the announcement list and you’ll be kept in the loop 🙂

Ex-International Rugby Coach Interview

4 Week Skills Program

Ex-Dual International Rugby Coach Interview

Enjoy your rugby

Neil
http://1RugbyCoach.com

Categories : General

2 Comments

1

In response to Neils comments above, is it not better for all to share drills and techniques?! At the end of the day the UK coaching scene is full of remarkable talent but also on the other hand aquite a few dummies too! So if these drills can further enhance the not so talented coaches and level things up them this can only be positive to the game!!! And remeber one thing we are not all robots so application is the thing that will address the drills effectivly!!

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Rugby drills are good for developing young players and also a good way to enhance the skills and knowledge of such. But i wouldnt be pinning all my hopes on these drills to mean the difference between winning games or not. Dont get me wrong, we do need the drills to help us coach, but these will only cover for 1 part of the way your team plays. And that is what is important, it is the “team”. As coaches we need to be building a team on trust. If you can do that then you will have an exceptional team. You may have exceptional individual players in your team but if they dont play as a team then they are doomed along with your team. But that is why we are here as coaches, and that is to bring the best out of an individual player so that they reach their full potential. It does not matter who has got the best drills or the best looking drill. It is how your team plays as a “team”, and how much they want that victory.

The international teams are all doing the some drills to, they all develop the same areas that most teams focus on with the same principals and outcomes in mind. It is just that they do it differently. Dont be concerned about the little things, its your players that are more important!

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