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
Pro Rugby Coach would like to announce the winners of its Facebook competition which offered users a chance to win one of five free year-long subscriptions to the site.
We had a fantastic amount of entrants so thank-you to everyone who took part.
The five winners are……
Pro Rugby Coach’s Emily Scarratt will captain England Women in a re-match of last year’s World Cup final against Canada in the Rugby Super Series in Edmonton tonight.
When she returns to England, she will be discussing this game – plus her new content for the site – in Pro Rugby Coach’s latest webinar on July 24.
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
Pro Rugby Coach and Media Mate PR and Production have begun a partnership to bring world-class online rugby coaching to Kenya. The sport is growing in the country at an enormous rate with the Kenyan Sevens squad regularly impressing as one of the 15 core teams in the World Series and reaching the main cup […]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
World Cup winner Emily Scarratt did a lot of goal-kicking at the World Cup last year in France, from the early rounds right up to a very tense and hard-fought win in the final. Read her blog on how you can get the best out of your kicking boots.Read
Pro Rugby Coach’s newest addition to the team, England World Cup winner, Emily Scarratt, has been nominated for a prestigious award. She is one of four players up for the honour of being named the Sunday Times England Women’s Player of the Year 2015. Emily, who has spent the season playing for her country […]Read
World Cup winner Emily Scarratt has become a member of the coaching team at www.prorugbycoach.com. The England centre has joined Worcester Warriors backs’ coach Sam Vesty and former England, Tigers and Saracens hooker George Chuter. The 25-year-old is a full-time member of the England Women’s XV and Sevens squad and is currently involved in the […]Read