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Strength & Power > Sample Drills

Please click here to view a selection of sample drills for developing strength and power.

Sample Drills are Adobe Acrobat pdf files. The "Adobe Acrobat pdf" format requires you to have Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. Acrobat Reader is available as a free download... click here to install Acrobat Reader

If you would like more drills please consider the Strength & Power Fitfile below......

Strength and Power Training Drills for Rugby League - A collection of 77 drills for enhancing strength & power.

Players require strength and power to accelerate, turn, make a big tackle, and push past defenders.

£5.00

What is a 'Fitfile?'
FitFiles are supplied as password-protected Adobe Acrobat pdf files.

To purchase a Fitfile
Click on the 'BUY' button and simply select 'add to basket' in the web shop. You may add as many Fitfiles or products to your basket as you like. After purchasing your chosen Fitfile you will receive an email confirming your order followed by a second email containing the relevant password(s) to open your Fitfiles. You may then access your purchased Fitfile by clicking on the 'Open Fitfile' button and entering your password. The Fitfile may also be printed.

Please read our Terms & Conditions before purchasing your Fitfiles

© Fitness 4 Rugby League 2005. Fitness 4 Rugby League is part of the Fitness 4 Sport network of web sites. The author and Fitness 4 Sport LLP take no responsibility for injuries caused by attempting the exercises presented on this web site. Fitness 4 Sport LLP recommends that you always learn new exercises under the guidance of a professional and consult your GP before you start

 

 

 

 



 
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