Save Your Coaching Playlist To Your Phone

Hi to all our rugby coaching community,

Thanks so much for being part of our Junior Rugby Coaching Session 1 and thanks for your feedback, we’ve been listening to you and working to deliver what you want.

Here come your software upgrades!

Now you can save your coaching playlist to your phone

Do these easy steps to save your coaching playlist and view on your phone so you can take it to training

Coach with confidence and control

Before you start, login with your username and password

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1. Build Your Plan

  1. Drag in drills to your playlist or “Click to add to training plan
  2. You can use your team name to name your plan
  3. Then add the date of when you are running your plan
  4. You can click and drag the order of your drills

1. Build Your Plan

  1. Drag in drills to your playlist or “Click to add to training plan
  2. You can use your team name to name your plan
  3. Then add the date of when you are running your plan
  4. You can click and drag the order of your drills

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2. Click on Save Plan

**New Feature** Save your plan for viewing on your phone – or any device

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3. Click on “My Plans”

**New Feature** “My Plans” stores all your plans in one place so you can see your past trainings

Click on "My Plans"

4. Click on plan title

Click on plan title

5. View your saved plan

**New Feature** When viewing your plans they will play as there own playlist

View your saved plan

View Your Saved Plan – On Phone

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1. Click Menu

In top right

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2. Choose “My Plans”

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3. In My Plans – Click on plan title

Find your plan

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4. Click on drill title

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5. View Your Plan

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Malakai Fekitoa low chop tackle rugby skill drill

Malakai Fekitoa is a world class rugby player, his low chop tackle is awesome.

See this fun junior rugby skill drill coaching video and print the coaching card below to see how to coach your junior rugby players how to low chop tackle just like Malakai.

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[After running your Malakai Fekitoa Low Chop Tackle] The difference was amazing. Heads in the right place cheek to cheek, nice and low, arms wrapping around.

Well done on a fantastic Drill. It’s amazing that someone that does what you do for a living shares all this with us for free. Bloody Gold mate!

Cheers

Brendon Bellamy Director at Tricky Tree Specialist Limited June 29, 2016

Download your coaching card

Coach Like This:

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Coach is to position an upright tackle bag approximately 10 meters away from tackler and ball runner.

On coaches “GO” command, ball runner and the tackler are to run fast towards the tackle bag. On approach the tackler is to sight the ball runner and his goal is to tackle the bag exactly as the ball runner intersects behind the tackle bag.

Chop Tackler Tips:

Sight ball runner on approach. Time your tackle with the ball runner crossing behind the tackle bag. Make sure tacklers head is positioned safely in the cheek on cheek position (tacklers face cheek on ball runners butt cheek) this safley positions the tacklers head behind the body mass of the ball runner. Encourage your tackler to commit to a low chop tackle and to land their shoulder into the tackle bag and to wrap their arms tightly and strongly around the bag on contact and to hold on tight to complete the tackle.

Ball Runner Tips:

Practice sprinting fast with rugby ball in hand.


See the man himself, Malakai Fekitoa chop tackle training with the Highlanders.

This video is from The Pulse Highlanders Facebook page 

Free Junior rugby coaching videos from John Leslie

Free Videos and Junior Rugby Team Coaching Success

Wow, I’ve just completed my 2016 junior rugby team coaching tour of NZ. I have presented to more than 1100 junior team coaches in 50 locations throughout NZ since March 2016.

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Brendon Bellamy

[After running your Malakai Fekitoa Low Chop Tackle] The difference was amazing. Heads in the right place cheek to cheek, nice and low, arms wrapping around.

Well done on a fantastic Drill. It’s amazing that someone that does what you do for a living shares all this with us for free. Bloody Gold mate!

Cheers

Brendon Bellamy Director at Tricky Tree Specialist Limited June 29, 2016

Thanks for the many humbling testimonials. I am stoked to be of genuine value to junior rugby coaches and players.

Free junior rugby coaching videos

Click the button below for free rugby coaching videos. These will help you successfully train your rugby kid or a small group of rugby kids. Scroll down and have a look around, I hope you get good value. FYI LeslieRugby will be adding more rugby coaching videos so stay tuned if you like this stuff.

One on One and Small Group rugby coaching skill drills.

Rugby Skills for Success

My junior rugby team coaching philosophy promotes core rugby skill development. And my junior rugby team coaching experience has taught me that skill improvement is best achieved by setting your players up for 100’s of core rugby skill attempts at your team practices. see how you can train your kids team 100’s of core rugby skills here on this Junior Team Coaching Success Video

Accelerated rugby team skill learning is impossible without enough rugby balls for your players. A minimum of 10 balls per junior team training is required for real success (I find 12-15 balls works best for me). When you have this quantity of balls available your kids can be constantly in rugby action and attempting and improving their skills.

Rugby Ball Special Buy 4 rugby balls and get 1 rugby ball FREE LeslieRugby special offer for all of June 2016.

 Contact us about this deal now

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All the best and at your Service,

John Leslie

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Rippa Rugby Bullrush for Mini Rugby Team Training

Rippa rugby bullrush is an action packed fun game for your mini rugby team.

Benefits of rippa rugby bullrush are, your mini rugby team will be practicing evasive ball running and rip tackling skills. It’s a ton of fun and it is easy for you to successfully coach.

Download your hard copy of this rugby skill game here

How To Play Rippa Rugby Bullrush:

  • There are two groups of players, Ball Runners and Defenders.
  • The Ball Runners objective is to run and dodge past the Defenders without being rip tackled, all the way to the try line.
  • The Defenders objective is to chase the Ball Runners and to rip tackle them before they make it to the try line.

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Rippa Rugby Bullrush Coaching Tips and Rules.

  1. As the mini rugby team coach, start the game by being in the middle yourself. Your role is to keep the game flowing and the kids moving. Do this by making quick and smart choices of what cluster of Ball Runners are to set off.  By setting off groups of Ball Runners rather than individual ball runners one at a time guarantees more time in action for your players.
  2. Ball Runners are to carry rugby balls as they run and dodge.
  3. Ball Runners are to score a rugby try when they cross the try line.
  4. When a Ball Runner is rip tackled, he joins the Defenders.
  5. When a Ball Runner runs out, he joins the Defenders.

Bonus Tear Saving Tip

During the latter stages of rippa rugby bullrush games, your Defenders will push forward and crowd the Ball Runners so they cannot get a fair running start. To sort this, pull your Defenders back into the middle and set them lying prone on the turf (or if it is wet and cold, set them on one knee). Then shout “Go” for the  Ball Runners to Run. This positioning opens up the game and creates space and saves tears too.

Rippa rugby bullrush is Full Time when,

All the ball runners have been rip tackled or when the last single Ball Runner makes it successfully past all the defenders and scores a try.

For successful rippa rugby bullrush you will require this rugby resource, rippa rugby set,  size 2.5 rugby balls,  field marker discs, a whistle and a multiple ball net bag to keep it all tidy.

Enjoy and rip it up!

Gear needed for this rugby skill game:

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Rugby Coach Like A Pro

Want to watch more fun rugby coaching videos like the one above?
Click here now

Junior Rugby Coaching Testimonial | Bruce Major Taranaki RFU

Junior Rugby Coaching Testimonial | Bruce Major Taranaki RFU

Hi John, a massive thank you from TRFU (Taranaki Rugby Football Union) and from all the coaches that attended your junior rugby team coaching demonstrations. I have been swamped with phone calls, emails and texts saying they were outstanding.
Ricky Tito has just phoned me and he said yours were the best junior rugby team coaching  demonstrations that he had ever been to by ten fold! And he has been to a few.
THANK YOU and Awesome.
Kind Regards,

Bruce Major
Community Rugby Manager

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For more 2016 Junior Rugby Team Coaching Demonstration dates and venues see  here

Rugby ball kicking Master Class with Jonny Wilkinson & Dave Alred

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When I played rugby in England for the Newcastle Falcons, I was fortunate enough be on the same team as the world class Jonny Wilkinson. Jonny’s kicking coach was a man called Dave Alred. And the great news for me was that Jonny would from time to time invite me to join them in their rugby ball kicking coaching sessions. Click here to see more…