WE’RE FEELING the cold here at Rugby World this week, and because we know how important it is to warm up properly before you play a game of rugby, or get stuck into your training session, we thought we’d share this drill.It’s all very well and good going for a jog around the pitch and doing some dynamic stretching to raise the body temperature, but we like this drill because it’s fun, and involves competition. Watch how these guys do it, and then introduce it to your team-mates in training this week!Demonstrating the exercise is Parmiter’s School first XV, who won £3,000-worth of kit, plus nutrition and training advice, as part of our Lucozade Sport Kit-Out Project competition. We took a coach and nutritionist down to the school to do a training session – see what else they learned here. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS If you want to get kit for your club, go to lucozadesport.com/kitoutproject and register your team. You can also browse the kit catalogue here and choose what you want – from full on kits, in your club’s colours, to balls, bottles and training equipment. Then get all your team-mates, friends and family to collect the codes off the bottles when they’re drinking Lucozade Sport. The more codes you collect, the more kit you’ll get!
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Ellis Genge (England)In all likelihood Genge and Ben Moon will probably compete for one of the prop spots in the England World Cup squad, and the former did his cause no harm against Italy putting in some huge hits and scrummaged well too.Ben O’Keefe (New Zealand)Bit of a curveball here, but referee O’Keefe had a less than ideal game whilst officiating France against Ireland. It was blatantly apparent that the French could not understand what he wanted from them and they got penalised immensely as a result. Given the sheer number of nationalities at the World Cup, O’Keefe could do with learning some key phrases in a language other than English. 2021 Six Nations Injuries Update Expand All the latest news on players injured throughout… Six Nations Fixtures 2022 Who makes the cut in Sam Tremlett’s team? In this piece we take a look at players who are certain to be on the plane to Japan, and who could be missing out. Six Nations Fixtures 2022 Six Nations Team of the Weekend Round One LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Rugby World Cup Player WatchWithin the context of a Rugby World Cup year, performances in tournaments like the Six Nations will have considerable impact on a players participation.As a result, in this piece we are going to take a look at some players who have punched their plane ticket to Japan, who are in the mix, and who may be struggling to get selected for their respective countries.Who has punched their ticket?Jayden Hayward (Italy)Kiwi born Hayward has been one of Italy’s top players during the tournament regularly showing his proficiency in the air and can find space on occasion too.Joe Cokanasiga (England)Not a lot needs to be said here. The big Bath man offers electric dynamism on the wing and is sure to be on the plane to Japan later this year.Who is in the mix? Who is struggling?Dorian Aldegheri (France)Came on as a replacement for Bamba against Ireland and got found very quickly indeed. He could not deal with Irish pressure in the scrum, regularly infringed and received a sin-binning too.Follow our Rugby World Cup homepage which we update regularly with news and features. Also make sure you know about the Groups, Warm-ups, Dates, Fixtures, Venues, TV Coverage, Qualified Teams by clicking on the highlighted links.Finally, don’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Expand Six Nations Team of the Weekend Round One Six Nations Fixtures 2022 The 2022 Six Nations… Collapse 2021 Six Nations Injuries Update