Get ready to play with these work out recommendations

Get ready to play with these work out recommendations

May 14, 2020

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We’re all aching to lace up our boots, jog onto the pitch, and tackle somebody, but we’re going to have to wait a while longer. Thanks to the global pandemic, spring rugby season was a wash and things aren’t looking great for the summer either. We’re still cautiously optimistic rugby will return in the fall and anxiously await greenlights from state authorities. However, that’s no reason for complacency! 

We’re inspired by all communities who have responded to this crisis with creativity and optimism. That includes the rugby world and we’ve compiled a list of solo training programs various folks have put together to help you get a taste of rugby and ready to play when the time comes.


@jaymain.performance and husband at @rugbybricks on Instagram chat about how to combat the body’s response to lock down and share five stretchy maneuvers to get things started.

Bath & England player, Freddie Burns talks us through his fitness regime during lockdown due to the coronavirus. He also takes part in a backyard passing challenge with brother Sam who is a Cyprus International rugby player.

The folks over at Ruck Science have put together a several weeks long training program designed specifically for women. They also have a men’s version.

Springbok Babalwa Latsha shares her experience doing all that she can to remain fit during quarantine, including squat lifting her baby sister. Good links as well in this article on home training ideas and recommendations on eating and drinking right… which we could all probably use right about now.