If you’re on the hunt for rugby coaching books online, one internet bookshop and super store has it all, Amazon.com. World renowned for containing many of the best coaching books on the internet, Amazon can not only supply you with what you’re looking for, but can save you plenty of time and money and deliver it to your front door. If paperbacks and hard cover books are no longer your thing, for some titles you can purchase the Kindle edition which can be downloaded to your e-book.
The following is a few titles on Amazon which are currently selling and have received some positive feedback from customers.
THINK RUGBY: A GUIDE TO PURPOSEFUL TEAM PLAY
By Jim Greenwood
Published: September 2004
Available in new and used editions, Think Rugby is a great resource for coaches to bring their team together and work more efficently. Written by one of the best Jim Greenwood, this book makes coaches and players think outside the square and inject more into training sessions. A must for any coach.
COMPLETE CONDITIONING FOR RUGBY (COMPLETE CONDITIONING FOR SPORTS SERIES)
By Dan Luger and Paul Pook
Published: April 2004
With great insights and features from former England rugby great Dan Luger and leading conditioning coach Paul Pook, Complete Conditioning for Rugby is a superb book for coaches and players looking to succeed and be fitter in today’s more faster game. This 204 page masterclass showcases some outstanding skills and drills which are beneficial for most players and coaches in the game. Very workout and fitness related as the title suggests, practicing what is preached in this book can help your play and improve your overall endurance. Available in new and used editions.
Total Rugby: Fifteen-man Rugby for Coach and Player
By Jim Greenwood
Published: October 2003
Produced again by the man himself Jim Greenwood, Total Rugby is a well detailed coaching manual showcasing the author’s outstanding knowledge of all facets of the game from attacking and defending to supporting the ball carrier plus much more. Given a great rep by readers, one mentioned:
“Mr Greenwood has all the basics in here, and it serves as a useful reference for beginners wanting to get the basics of the game down, to more experienced ruggers who want to read up on strategy and training tactics.”
Yet another must for the rugby enthusiast.
RUGBY: STEPS TO SUCCESS – 2ND EDITION (STEPS TO SUCCESS ACTIVITY SERIES)
By Tony Biscombe and Peter Prewett
Published: November 2009
Given rave reviews by purchasers, Rugby Steps to Success takes you through all the important aspects of the game, benefiting more the player, but the coach as well with useful drills and explanations of how to improve players individual skills and play. You’ll learn various strategies for dominating on the field of play, including mastering the basics such as kicking, passing, running and footwork. Also available for the Kindle.
RUGBY COACHING: THE NEW ZEALAND WAY
By Rodney Butt
Published: August 2003
Rugby Coaching: The New Zealand way combines various techniques with traditional values, making the book an enjoyable read, containing a point of difference compared to many other coaching paperbacks. Made to benefit players and coaches for levels of the game, this book has only one customer review(average to say the least) but maybe worth investigating if you’re a avid kiwi rugby enthusiast looking for something a little different.
There are many more coaching books on Amazon worth looking at. Check out the website today and find yourself some of the best material available at affordable prices compared to book stores.