Stuart Lierich – Kick Coaching

  • Rugby Drills vs Coaching Principles
    So, a quick google search brought about 509,000 results! The trouble is coach, that most of those activities would be a big fat waste of your time. You see, there are countless ‘methods’ for coaching rugby, but only a few core ‘principles’ for achieving effective results. It is therefore ... read more
    Source: Stuart Lierich – Kick CoachingPublished on 27-10-16
    3 years ago
  • Comment on The Role of the Non-Kicking (Balance Arm) in Place Kicking by Aaron Watson ePortfolio
    […] Lierich, S. (2013). The Role of the Non-Kicking (Balance Arm) in Place Kicking. Kickcoaching.com.au. Retrieved 19 June 2015, from https://kickcoaching.com.au/2013/01/27/an-engaged-non-kicking-arm-will-prevent-trunk/ […] ... read more
    Source: Stuart Lierich – Kick CoachingPublished on 08-09-16
    3 years ago
  • Comment on Know When To Leave Players Alone Coach by The PE Playbook – July 2016 Edition – drowningintheshallow
    […] Know When To Leave Players Alone Coach […] ... read more
    Source: Stuart Lierich – Kick CoachingPublished on 01-08-16
    3 years ago
  • Know When To Leave Players Alone Coach
    When it comes to junior players and developing skill, many simply haven’t yet acquired the necessary “self awareness” (from skill volume) for intrinsic feedback & self coaching. I call it “bank deposits” of experiences. The more deposits into the ‘self awareness account’, the richer the development potential, and better the ... read more
    Source: Stuart Lierich – Kick CoachingPublished on 14-07-16
    3 years ago
  • Comment on How To Ensure Other Coaches In Your Program Are On The ‘Same Page’ by The PE Playbook – June 2016 Edition – drowningintheshallow
    […] How To Ensure Other Coaches In Your Program Are On The ‘Same Page’ […] ... read more
    Source: Stuart Lierich – Kick CoachingPublished on 03-07-16
    3 years ago
  • How To Organise A Successful Youth Rugby Camp| Josh Young, Atavus Rugby
    Whilst this video was from the KickCoaching archives, it is still very much relevant today. With so much global growth and interest in rugby, there are many clubs now offering development and participation opportunities for juniors. But, it isn’t as simple as throw an ad on your club website or ... read more
    Source: Stuart Lierich – Kick CoachingPublished on 24-06-16
    3 years ago
  • Which Rugby Ball Is Best? Gilbert Or Steeden?
    Ok. I hear you. There are many more rugby ball manufactures than the two above mentioned. Adidas, Summit, Canterbury, Rhino, Umbro just to name a few… Whether online or whilst on coaching assignments I am often asked “Hey Stu, which ball brand is best for kicking?” This usually extends ... read more
    Source: Stuart Lierich – Kick CoachingPublished on 12-06-16
    4 years ago
  • 19 Second Rugby Catching Tip
    G’day Coach. If your backs aren’t making the catches that you expected of their skill or level of competition, then this is what you will need to pay attention to and improve first… [Play The Video] to discover the simple remedy (or starting point is a better description), for too many ... read more
    Source: Stuart Lierich – Kick CoachingPublished on 10-06-16
    4 years ago
  • FREE – Rugby Goal Kicking Pro Tip Video Series
    FREE ACCESS – “Goal Kicking Pro Tip Video Series” Do you want your goal kickers to improve distance, accuracy and consistency? Every coach does right? But what are you actually doing currently to help them? Then don’t leave it to chance. Aimless practice without structure, purpose or a coaching framework ... read more
    Source: Stuart Lierich – Kick CoachingPublished on 07-06-16
    4 years ago
  • How To Ensure Other Coaches In Your Program Are On The ‘Same Page’
    A recent question I fielded from a coach in the USA on my Facebook page…. How Do I Know My Coaches Are Doing The Right Thing in My Absence?? It’s commonplace in youth rugby and mini rugby to hear of coaches that run programs to be anxious about trusting other ... read more
    Source: Stuart Lierich – Kick CoachingPublished on 02-06-16
    4 years ago
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