Worcester Warriors’ backs coach Sam Vesty writes about an unforgettable Challenge Cup trip to play Enisei-STM in Moscow, RussiaRead
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Coach Sam Vesty writes about the best ways to get better at goal-kicking and describes how he got the best out of his own game.Read
Pro Rugby Coach’s new mentoring service allows you to help solve your club’s issues with access to Emily Scarratt, Sam Vesty and George Chuter.Read
Emily Scarratt hopes the excitement of Team GB’s performances at the Olympics will result in long-term gains for the sport.Read
Catch up with PRC coach Emily Scarratt and her Team GB house mates on a special version of ‘Cribs’ – courtesy of England Rugby.Read
Pro Rugby Coach’s Emily Scarratt has been chosen to captain the Great Britain Women’s Sevens team for the Rio Olympic Games.
The 26-year-old says she will be realising a “childhood dream” when she runs out for competition at the world’s most famous sporting event.
Whatever level of rugby you play or coach at, the build-up to a game is something that is tackled differently by each individual. Everyone develops different routines and habits but there are a few general assumptions I can suggest to you all.Read
Perhaps once in your lifetime, something will happen to you that changes the way you look at things forever. This can be a blessing, or it can be a curse.Read
If there is one thing for sure in a game of rugby, there are likely to be plenty of re-starts – unless it’s one of those of those 3-0 affairs you read about in record books. So it is important to treat re-starts as an important part of your game plan.Read
There is always pressure in rugby, whatever level you play at because, in team sports, people are always reliant on you doing your job to help them out. England World Cup winner Emily Scarratt offers some tips to help you deal with that pressure – and she should know all about it.Read