The former Royal Marine has been busy arranging anything from a new catering partner at the training ground at Hartpury to details of the club's preseason training trip to Tignes.
He was able to do so in relative peace and quiet until last week with the players enjoying a well earned post season break. However, now they're back, the hard work really begins.
That said, although he'd met only a few of them face to face, he's ben in touch with all of them to ensure that they reported back in ideal condition.
"The most pleasing thing for me is that the players went away with an off-season programme and they have all come back in very good shape.
"The weather wasn't great on the first day we were all together so we couldn't do all the sprints I had planned.
"But we had the 400 for both forwards and backs, and the forwards doing 800 while the backs did the 1500.
"Now we can concentrate on speed, power and strength. They are the hardest elements to improve, you can improve fitness quite quickly, but if you have a poor fitness base and you come back in poor condition, then you are playing catch-up.
"It's great everyone passed those tests, and it also gives the guys who are still to come back from internationals a target to aim for.
"If they don't hit the targets they will be doing extras every Saturday morning, and it's not something we want to be doing."
The challenge now is to ensure that everyone is in the best possible shape for the training camp in Tignes and Anson has everything carefully mapped out to achieve that goal.
"We've got to make sure the players are in the right physical condition to deal with altitude, and to be able to deal with more rugby.
"There will be elements of contact conditioning this week, we'll go down to Pembrey National Park in Wales, and we'll do swimming sessions, and we'll use the hill here for sprints and speed work."
One slight variation from preseasons in the past is that rugby sessions are introduced far earlier, it's not a case of three weeks doing weights without a rugby ball in sight.
"Their first session will be with the ball, the whole element of our pre-season is based around playing rugby.
"Everything else marries into that, rather than having a separate conditioning element and then a separate rugby one, and then having to try to bring the two together.
"We're getting that transition early on, so we should be able to hit the first pre-season game at a good pace and intensity."