May 11th, 2013 -- Posted in Uncategorized |
Junior rugby tours can help you to improve your game so that you are more successful at what you do. One thing that a lot of people wonder is if touring with a rugby team is really right for them. The truth is that this type of tour can help in a variety of different ways when it comes to socializing and improving your skills at rugby. There are a few different ways that you Read the rest of this entry »
May 7th, 2013 -- Posted in Uncategorized |
Rugby is one of the most difficult sports on the body. For players who are going to be at their best, stretching is an absolute necessity. There are many benefits associated with stretching if you want to be the best rugby player around. The biggest benefit is that you will have a much smaller chance of injury. Rugby is already very difficult on the muscles, as players are required to get into positions that they normally would not. Without stretching, this can become a major problem. With appropriate stretching, players can avoid simple injuries Read the rest of this entry »
May 3rd, 2013 -- Posted in Uncategorized |
Rugby is definitely a fast paced sport. You do need to be light on your toes in order to move across the rugby field at full speed in any direction at a moment’s notice. This leads some to assume weightlifting is a bad idea for rugby players. Weightlifting to pack on an enormous amount of mass might be a poor idea. However, quality strength training designed to enhance functional muscle performance would certainly be worth investing time in.
The top exercises to help with this goal would be leg extensions, squats, military presses (front Read the rest of this entry »
April 30th, 2013 -- Posted in Uncategorized |
Injuries are common in rugby. Players who never get hurt while playing the contact sport are the exception to the rule. This guide highlights the most common injuries among rugby players and outlines ways to treat them.
The Most Common Rugby Injuries
1. Fracture of the collarbone or finger bones
2. Dislocation of the thumbs
3. Ankle or shoulder joint sprains
4. A pulled or strained hamstring or other muscle
5. Concussions, facial abrasions and other head injuries
Treating These Common Read the rest of this entry »
April 26th, 2013 -- Posted in Uncategorized |
Rugby is one of the most popular sports in the world. Millions of people flock to their local rugby stadium to watch teams compete in exciting matches on a daily basis.
Because Rugby is so popular on an international level, countries have poured billions of dollars into the construction of quality rugby stadiums with large capacities. If you’re a fan of rugby, check out the following top three largest rugby stadiums in the world:
FNB Read the rest of this entry »