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Robust running for rugby

The concepts of Frans Bosch have made a big impact on rugby. We interviewed him and have analyzed his book.

In addition, Fiji rugby coach John Pryor explained how he used these concepts in training. He also joined our podcast and put together a webinar walking through some sample exercises.

Talking shop with leading coaches

English rugby head of sports science Mark Bennett and Edinburgh Rugby coach Nick Lumley have both joined our podcast.

Specific strength for field sports

Do field sports need specific strength exercises? This is a topic we have looked at in depth on the site and GAINcast. Also learn how to create and implement specific strength exercises.

NFL expertise

Hear from NFL strength and conditioning coaches. Tom Myslinski of the Jacksonville Jaguars sat down for an extended interview. Buddy Morris of the Arizona Cardinals has also joined the podcast, as has private practitioner Shawn Myszka.

Planning for complex sports

Soccer has been at the forefront of revolutionizing periodization for team sports. Dave Tenney, formerly of the Seattle Sounders FC has discussed both tactical periodization and specificity in soccer. Bill Knowles of the Philadelphia Union discusses his approach to athletic development.

Adapting Bondarchuk methods

We break down Anatoliy Bondarchuk and his periodization method, as well as how it could be adapted to team sports.

Recommended Authors

Nick Lumley
Nick LumleyHead of Strength and Conditioning, Edinburgh Rugby

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