If you see something that is wrong, you can do two things: act or wait. Acting is not easy; it may cost you your friends, your reputation, or your job. But in many cases it is what is needed. If you wait for someone else to change things then change will likely never come. The old saying goes “you can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs.” That was definitely true in the case of Harold Connolly, the man who taught me that you can’t compromise or back down on matters of principle.
Field sports athletes need to have the ability to maintain sprint mechanics in a variety of situations and positions. Elite rugby coach John Pryor walks through his approach and demonstrates exercises.