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Shop For All Your Training Equipment At The Best Posted By : Martin Denil

Thu, 29 Nov 2012 00:00:00 -0500

If you like exercises, training equipments come in handy. When you are training, you need great equipments. You can now look at the available options and make your training a better experience. there are different offers of training equipments that you can find online and if you are want to make a better training chance, you have the best option available. For top shopping goals, you must look at the available shopping offers and this can change your training. Since training is different and you need different training equipments for different training sessions, you have to find the best training equipments available online. It is easy to train and improve your body structure today.



Rugby Legend Christian Cullen Posted By : David A Hunter

Thu, 12 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Christian Cullen is one of the greatest full backs to play rugby in any era. He won his first cap for the All Blacks at the age of 20 and went on to win an impressive 58 caps by the time he ended his international career aged just 26. Cullen had an equally impressive record with the Wellington Hurricanes and later finished his playing career with Irish side Munster.



True Rugby Legend - Tim Horan Posted By : David A Hunter

Fri, 09 Jul 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Australian Rugby legend Tim Horan is one of the first greats of the professional era. He made his debut for the Wallabies at the age of 19 and went on to become one of only three Australian players to have won the rugby world cup twice. Horan continues to honoured by the Australian Rugby Union and by his country.



Rugby Trips and World-wide Rugby Game Arrangement Posted By : Wayne Helmore

Sat, 17 May 2008 00:00:00 -0400

The wide-reaching appeal of rugby has given rise to many international rugby tournaments that happen all over the world. Fans aren't limited to getting their England rugby tickets for England, they can watch the best English (or Irish or Scottish) players compete against the best international teams in the world with six nation tickets.



Saint Denis - Temple of World Rugby Posted By : Laurent Fabier

Mon, 16 Jul 2007 00:00:00 -0400

During the World Cup, the old city of kings will become the kingdom of rugby, hosting three of the most exciting confrontations preceding the final tournament with a quarter-final, the two semifinals and the great final we are all waiting for. The Stadium of France, home to the famous French team, will welcome the most skillful masters of the oval ball who will compete against each other to win the great trophy.



Springboks - The Long and Thorny Road to the Top Posted By : Laurent Fabier

Tue, 19 Jun 2007 00:00:00 -0400

The Springboks (also named Springbokke in Afrikaans) is the more common name for the South African national rugby union team. Over the years, the Springboks have shared the turmoil of the country they represent, and made history with a series of more or less sports- related events. The Springboks play in green and gold jumpers and have been playing international rugby since 1891, when they debuted against a touring British Isles side in South Africa. The jersey has traditionally always had a gold collar.



Building Bigger and Stronger Rugby Players - The Sydney University Experiment Posted By : Bruce Ross

Thu, 29 Jun 2006 00:00:00 -0400

Using intensive basic strength training, Sydney University's rugby club has been able to fast track the physical development of its players. Although part-time and unpaid the young University players on average weigh only a couple of kilograms less than top international footballers. Accelerated physical development is particularly obvious among the Club's backline players who tend to be heavier than their professional counterparts.



Got Room? The Rugby World Cup Is Closer Than You Think! Posted By : Rita Borges

Tue, 20 Jun 2006 00:00:00 -0400

Attention rubgy fans! Are you an aficionado of "the ruffian's game played by gentlemen?" Are you thinking about heading to France for the 2007 Rugby World Cup? Surely you want to be on hand to see if England will keep their champion standing, or watch as some other country wrests the top spot away from them. France, Australia, and New Zealand were right in there for the 2003 Cup; they will surely be back in force.



Does Intensive Pre-season Strength Training Protect Rugby Players From Non-contact Injury? Posted By : Bruce Ross

Tue, 07 Mar 2006 00:00:00 -0500

Players at a leading Australian rugby club who undertook a high-intensity off-season strength training program experienced dramatically fewer non-contact injuries during the playing season than their less committed club mates. It is suggested that the lower incidence of injury might be attributable to an emphasis on improving basic strength and the use of rugby-specific strength equipment.



Why Do Rugby Players Scrum And Maul At Such Different Body Heights? Posted By : Bruce Ross

Mon, 06 Feb 2006 00:00:00 -0500

The body height of rugby players in mauls tends to be very much higher than in scrums. High body positions are inefficient for generating forward momentum. There would be advantages in training players to pack at thigh height rather than waist height.



The Benefits of Explosive Strength Training for Rugby Football Posted By : Bruce Ross

Wed, 25 Jan 2006 00:00:00 -0500

Rugby football involves prolonged physical engagements between players where they are subjected to loading substantially greater than their own body weight. An ability to very rapidly generate force is advantageous in these areas of physical engagement. In addition to basic strength training, players need to undertake activity-specific training for explosive strength.



Rugby - The Most Strength-oriented Code Of Football Posted By : Bruce Ross

Sat, 21 Jan 2006 00:00:00 -0500

Rugby players are more involved in physical contact and for longer periods than players in other forms of football. With the exception of American football, they tend to be significantly heavier than other footballers.