What is the standard of rugby played boy school boys in New Zealand?
Hey I’ve been offerd to go to a summer rugby camp in new zealand, now obviously they have the best team in the world, so i imagine the standerd of rugby played by U15/U 17 is quite high? Im asking cause I’ve never been to Nea Zealand before. Also how cold is it usually in summer?
Best in the world!!! It’s a religion here that starts when our babies start walking? The coldest in my memory
is -4 Degrees Celcius down South Island somewhere years ago.
Where can I camp near twickenham Stoop rugby ground?
My Rugby team and I are going down to Twickenham to watch the women’s rugby world cup final, and were thinking of camping. Does anyone know of any campsites that are either withing working distance, or on a good bus route, so we can get there without driving! =)
There are loads of parks around Twickenham. I should know, I live a few 100 meters away from the stadium. Try getting permission to camp out in a park such as Marble Hill Park which is quite close to Twickenham and the Stadium.
Good 2 week plan to get fit for rugby camp?
I’m going to be attending a rigorous and competitive rugby camp in two weeks and I wanted to know if anyone had a good plan or schedule for two weeks to get a quick tone-up and some good endurance. I’m going to be doing some jogging and sprints over the next weeks, is there anything else I can do?
Most of the time I don’t reply a whole lot but I just want to say that I would like to observe this question answered intelligently.
I am looking for a military boot camp for a university rugby team trip?
Being students, we are looking for a cheap 1 or 2 nights stay at a military boot camp, or something of that style, that includes fitness sessions (assault course) and team building exercises if possible. Any suggestions?
Do you recognize how shallow, immature this sounds? No wonder university rugby is abhorrent to the administrations of most universities – I assume we’re talking bout the States, here, right?
“Boot camp” has a purpose, but it’s definitely not catering (cheaply) to a bunch of adolescents. It’s job is to begin the preparation of men and women to to protect and defend their country. This is life-or-death stuff, not a boys’ game. How about some respect? If you think you would benefit from boot camp, and perhaps you would, all you have to do is withdraw from Uni and go enlist. They’ll be pleased to consider you. And then you won’t have to worry about the cost at all. In fact, they wil pay you, but not much.
You can probably find some off-the-grid outfit that would do this for you (there are proprietary “hoods-in-the-woods” companies), but you might want to consider the damage this approach did to the Springboks when one of their coaches lost his grip and tried din in RSA a few years ago. It was an enormous scandal that cost the coaches their jobs and led to years of wrangling; a set-back to the national programme.
If you enrolled in such a program as a university entity but did not book it through University sources, I can promise you that, at least in USA, your club would be suspended, and the officers responsible probably facing individual discipline. What do you think the University’s ability insurance would make of this.
Surely your coaches can develop training programs that are adequate to your actual needs (versus fantasies).
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