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26 August 2011

The changing demands of the changing game

To prepare physically for rugby there are basic training principles that need to be understood and adhered to.

To prepare physically for rugby there are basic training principles that need to be understood and adhered to.

In rugby, this is not so. Consider that the primary task of the forwards is to wrestle and compete physically for the ball, while the backline players are required to be able to run fast with the ball while avoiding being tackled. 

 
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