Off-feet Conditioning - Explained by New Zealand rugby's strength and conditioning coach Nic Gill

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As the Six Nations has finally kicked off, we are revisiting Dr Nic Gill - New Zealand rugby’s strength and conditioning coach - to get the lowdown on the elite training buzzword of the year: off-feet conditioning. Everyone seems to be talking about it, but what is it? 

Coaching rugby is not an easy task, yet Nic has managed to make it look fairly easy for the past ten years. Check out the video below to learn everything you need to know about off-feet conditioning, and how Nic uses the Wattbike to increase player longevity, improve conditioning, prevent injuries, and maximise performance.


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