Rugby
Fitness Testing Session
Rating: 4
from 13 members ratings
In order to get your players back in top playing form this fitness testing session works on all aspects of your players' fitness:

  • Aerobic and Anaerobic Fitness, Flexibility, Power and Strength

Why Test?

It gets your players back into shape, encourages them to take personal responsibility for their own conditioning training and provides you, the coach, with a record of your players' fitness. Using the bleep test and the timed 3km run will allow you to have definite measurement of your players' fitness and allows you to accurately test your players at a later date in the season, plotting their progress throughout the season.

What's in the Session?

Starting with a thorough warm-up your players will be put through their paces, running, jumping, stretching and then some more running for good measure. Your players will be encouraged to work hard, motivating themselves to outperform their peers and pushing themselves hard in this elite player training session.

By the end of this session you will not only be left with a team of exhausted players, you will also have a clear indication of your players' fitness.

Session Ratings: 13 ratings with 3 comments (see below)
Session Comments:
Fitness Testing Session
Nick Bousie
Australia Nick Bousie
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Rating:4
Comment:
challenging
Fitness Testing Session
Rob Emery
South Africa Rob Emery
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Rating:5
Comment:
i think it is great
Fitness Testing Session
gary conway
Ireland
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Rating:5
Comment:
very good used with adults very beneficial

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