Find yourself at the heart of the game as Gloucester Rugby teams up with the Royal Marines once again for an exciting rugby camp!
From Monday 4th to Friday 8th August, you are invited to Chivenor Marine Barracks for an intensive week long residential camp for 14 - 16 year old boys designed to transform your game.
Experience the very highest level of training with former Gloucester Rugby and Samoan international player Terry Fanolua who will, alongside our experienced Community Rugby Coaches, once again balance prestigious rugby tuition with a variety of activities led by the Royal Marines.
Gloucester Rugby will present you with a tailored programme of rugby to create the perfect environment to allow you to improve your ability, with bespoke feedback and individual advice about how you play.
You will learn the very latest training methods and theories, delivered by coaches who specialise in developing young talent. You will enjoy sessions to improve your core and position skills as well as playing games designed to improve strength and conditioning.
The Royal Marines will lead activities including personal fitness tests, observation and leadership tasks, sand dune running and assault courses. They will strive to give you an insight into the life of the Marines and will completely revolutionise your approach to teamwork.
This is a very challenging camp designed to test your mental and physical strength to the limits but, with the right amount of enthusiasm, you will find that this is a tough but exceptionally rewarding week that will forever change the way you play.
Places are limited on this hugely popular camp, so book now to avoid disappointment.
Please contact email@example.com for any further information or click HERE to book your place.
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