How to Choose a Rugby Training DVD

Step-by-step Instructions

Here is what you need to do...
Step 1

Rugby is a very complex and dynamic sport. I would compare to a combination of both football, and soccer. Rugby consists of running, throwing, catching, and kicking within a game. Learning the techniques can be difficult, but with the help of a good training dvd you can learn the techniques fairly soon.

Step 2

To purchase a quality rugby training dvd, you should look at several things. The first and probably most important thing to look for is a professional athlete that endorses the company or dvd. If a professional athlete endorses the product it tends to have a much higher quality and readability. If the dvd lacks a professional athlete it can still be good but is unlikely.

Step 3

The next thing that an individual should look at when wanting to but a rugby training dvd is the areas that the dvd covers. Try to find a dvd that covers many areas of the game. A perfect dvd would include drills that improve speed, tackling techniques, throwing, catching, and kicking techniques as well. Although finding a dvd that includes all of these areas is almost impossible, you may need to purchase multiple dvd's to cover your needed areas.

Step 4

When your looking for training dvd's make sure you addressing areas that you are in need of. If you know how to throw a rugby ball then you may not need a dvd that addresses that area.

Step 5

Since rugby isn't the most popular sport in the United States you may need to purchase the dvd online. To my knowledge not many sporting goods stores carry rugby equipment. I would shop around online to find the best price on your rugby training dvd.

Special Attention

Difficulties people often experience or parts that need special attention to do it right.

Make sure you shop around if you want to save some money. Also make sure that you address the right target areas which you wish to cover.

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When did you first do this & how did you get started?

I have recently just started playing rugby within the last year.

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