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Teaching Rugby to Children - cover

Teaching Rugby to Children

Sebastián E. Perasso

Publisher: Ediciones Deldragón

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This book is an indispensable contribution for all those who coach under age rugby (from six to fourteen years). With a simple language, the author deploys the necessary tools so that the coaches can provide an integral education to the child, which implies to settle skills in the player and values in the person. All are invited to enter the universe of children's rugby, an exciting place and at the same time different, unique, that leaves deep traces in the lives of thousands of kids who practice this fabulous sport named Rugby.

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