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Rugby

How to eat healthily at a restaurant

Balancing your training demands for rugby with other commitments may leave little time for shopping and food preparation. Eating out may provide you with a much-needed break.

The perfect rugby player

The face of rugby has changed. The overweight props of the first World Cup in 1987 have been replaced by much leaner, more muscular players. What now makes perfect rugby player?

Swim yourself slim

Swimming is one of the best forms of exercise. We spoke to Virgin Active's swim coach Anton Louw to get an easy to follow programme to get you fit and trim in the pool.

Rugby neck injuries

If a rugby player suffers a serious injury in this category, death or permanent disability may be the result.

Rugby coach vs scientist

With the Super 14 in full swing , Health24's FitnessDoc, Dr Ross Tucker, grapples with why rugby has a bad attitude towards science.

Training tips for rugby players

Personal trainer Dave Giloi trains the members of the False Bay Rugby Club.He offers some training tips for rugby players.

Rugby head injuries

One in four rugby injuries are to the head. There are two types of head injury, namely external and internal.

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