Rugby: The Art of Scrummaging
A History, a Manual and a Law Dissertation on the Rugby Scrum
As a history, a technical manual, a practical guideline of the rugby scrum, and a great coaching tool for teachers and coaches of all levels, Rugby—The Art of Scrummaging is one of the most comprehensive rugby scrum theses ever assembled and published since the inception of rugby union.
Rugby—The Art of Scrummaging contains many ideas and recommendations for coaches that will allow them to produce players who understand the necessary skills, thereby increasing their enjoyment through higher efficiency. That higher efficiency will also make their involvement in the scrum much safer, something that has been at the centre of this project’s focus.
For coaches to teach well they have to be properly taught themselves, and the advice of all the scrummaging luminaries associated with this work will help them.
Rugby—The Art of Scrummaging also presents many ideas on what might lead to better and safer scrum laws and better officiating. It does not include definitive recommendations on these two subjects, but provides a bank of information that should assist in any future reviews.
Enrique TOPO Rodríguez is an Argentina-born rugby union player. He started playing for the Universidad Nacional of Cordoba RC in 1971. Internationally, he started for Argentina and Australia, representing the Wallabies at the Rugby World Cup in 1987. He also played as a guest for Tahiti. TOPO played tighthead prop, loosehead prop and hooker. He was known for his hard play and excellent scrummaging teachnique. He retired from rugby in 1992.
|Verlag||Meyer & Meyer Sport (UK) Ltd.|
|Maße (L/B/H)||24,1/16,7/2,5 cm|
|Abbildungen||schwarz-weiss Illustrationen, Raster, schwarz-weiss|