Be the Best by SARAH OLIVER


Be the Best by SARAH OLIVER

This is the first book that looks at rugby at every stage, from mini rugby at school to academy and finally at professional level. It presents the tools to make any child a better rugby player. This book will inspire and encourage young players. It explores topics such as building self-confidence, motivation, visual awareness and dealing with rejection. It demonstrates what players can do individually to improve their game and raise their chances of being selected at county, national and regional level. Players can learn what to expect from trials and how to deal with stressful situations. It contains top tips from some of the best rugby talent of today, tomorrow and yesteryear.

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106 pages


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Publication date

10th October 2008



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