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Fitness Tests for Rugby
Physical fitness varies from sport to sport. For example, being fit for Rugby means developing the components of strength, power and speed, whereas marathon runners require a highly developed level of aerobic fitness. If you want to develop your fitness as a rugby player, you should be thinking about 5...
Concussion in Rugby
A major study of rugby union players in 2012 conducted at the Auckland University of Technology, found there was a potential link between frequent concussion and brain function. The research, funded by World Rugby over a period of 29 months, studied a mixture of 485 amateur and professional rugby players...
Nutrition in Rugby
If you're serious about rugby, maintaining a healthy diet will count towards your performance on the rugby pitch. Your diet should be an important part of your daily routine, after all, if you want to get the best out of your body, you need to be feeding it with the...