'One of the biggest breakthroughs in rugby training equipment in recent years' -- Jim Telfer
Most leading coaches and commentators believe that the Rugby World Cup 2011 was won and lost at the breakdown or 'collision' -- the winning sides are those that are able to bring top quality technique and practised aggression to this aspect of the game. Richie Gray, an experienced specialist skills coach based in the Scottish Borders, UK has spent a number of years developing a simple yet highly effective machine to enable players to practice correct body position and technique in this most important phase of play. He has just recently teamed up with Rhino Rugby to launch the resulting product -- already based on demonstrations of the prototype England, Wales and Scotland have ordered multiples of the Rhino Collision King for their Rugby World Cup training camps and interest is flooding in from around the rugby world.More Info
THE RHINO COLLISION KING
LOOKING AFTER YOUR COLLISION KING
Making sure your Rhino Collision King is in top form should be #1 on your list. As long as the Collision King is working as it should you team is getting the best collision training.
- Keep the Grip Bar's spindle greased. At least once a month.
- Keep the pads clean.