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Coach Eamonn Hogan sits down with Bruce McLane in Part 1 of a two-part series. Hogan starts this part with a detailed look at how the old PRO Rugby in America developed and educated coaches, managers, and players, and, for all its faults, helped when MLR came to town.
Check out also Hogan's book on rugby drills, which you can buy below.
Former London Irish captain and longtime professional George Skivington, now forwards coach at London Irish, sits down with Bruce McLane to talk about forward attacking tactics in the modern professional game.
This is a special deep dive into life at the coalface.
Respected sports psychologist Steve Durant talks about trauma, bouncing back from adversity, and how it affects sports performance.
This is Part 2 of 2.
Listen to Part 1 Here >>
See also the book Durant co-wrote on sports and kids:
Sports psychologist Steve Durant has won a national club rugby championship, lost his eye in a rugby game, and was the USA National Team sports psychologist before moving on to the Boston Bruins and Boston Red Sox.
He sits down with Bruce McLane to talk about understanding players, and understanding adversity. This is Part 1.
Legendary coach Graham Smith sits down with Bruce McLane to talk about coaching coaches, how player-centric and player-focused are different, and how you're still required to be a coach, and he touches on how he helped build England into a world champion.