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Introduction
LTAD - a critique
Demands of the game
Profile of players
Functional screening
Resistance training
Speed and agility training
Integrated game conditioning
Periodisation
Content
Questions

References

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Fuller et al. Epidemiological study of injuries in international Rugby Sevens. Clin J Sport Med. 20(3):179-84. 2010.

Duthie, G, Pyne, D, and Hooper, S. Time motion analysis of 2001 and 2002 super 12 Rugby.

Higham et al. Movement patterns in Rugby sevens: effects of tournament level, fatigue and substitute players. J Sci Med Sport. May;15(3):277-82. 2012.

King, T, Jenkins, D, and Gabbett, T. A time-motion analysis of professional Rugby league match-play. J Sports Sci 27: 213-219, 2009.

Suarez-Arrones et al. Match running performance and exercise intensity in elite female Rugby Sevens. J Strength Cond Res. 26(7), 2012.

Suarez-Arrones et al. Running demands and heart rate responses in men Rugby Sevens. J Strength Cond Res. 26(11):3155-9. 2012.

Suarez-Arrones et al. Positional Differences in Match Running Performance and Physical Collisions in Men Rugby Sevens. Int J Sports Physiology and Performance. 9, 316-323, 2014.