I'm new

Discussion in 'General Rugby Union' started by bates, Jul 29, 2008.

  1. bates

    bates Guest

    Hi guys,

    I wanna start playing rugby next season.
    This is what I do so far:

    Every day a 6 km run
    weightlifting for 30 minutes
    Push ups ( 200)
    Sit ups (200)

    Swimming 5 km, when I have the time for it.

    The technical skills i already learnt while living in NZ.

    Any other tips ?
     
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  3. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    Well, it sounds like you're fit enough to get around the paddock. The question is "where do you want to play"?

    If you have pace, a good start will be as a winger. It's an easy position (assuming you 're willing to take a few hits around the knees) and there's a lot of glory involved in it.

    If you want more pivotal roles, look at centre to begin with then maybe consider moving to out-half.

    Or, if you're more interested in hurting people, look at the backrow. I'll assume by the cardio distances you're not the right shape for the front 5.
     
  4. Jer1cho

    Jer1cho Guest

    :blink:
     
  5. Gavin

    Gavin Guest

    You do more fitness work than what I did playing for a club. You seem like you are built for the kill :p What height are you and weight?
     
  6. Lioneye

    Lioneye Guest

    You're sure fit enough. Again, depends on your build etc.
     
  7. bates

    bates Guest

    I'm 1.95 m and weigh around 85 kg.

    The thing is that you don't see my muscles that much.
    but I think a postion on the wing would fit me.

    I look very slim.
    Luckily I know how to run :)
     
  8. candybum

    candybum Guest

    You are one tall fella!
     
  9. Hamster

    Hamster Guest

    Perhaps second row with that height.

    Maybe ease the pushups etc and get started on lifting heavy weights and eating a lot of food, good food, you could get up to 100kg and be a great lock, especially with that stamina.
     
  10. bates

    bates Guest

    Well I have some troubles with my knee when I put on weight to fast;
    I think 90 kg will do the trick to be a winger.

    Thnx for the info so far guys
     
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