Based on the 10 pillars of Goal Kicking as created by Peter Breen we will individually review each step that is required to get the ball over the uprights and increase your goal kicking percentage. Take a look at what's involved in the video below.
We're going to need a high quality video fo your kick from three different angles. You can use your phone but if the quality is poor we'll be knocking on your door for more footage.
You're going to go through the Rugby Bricks 10-Pillar Questionnaire so we can assess where you believe your technique is and Pete will go through and review your answers.
We're looking for players who are wanting to take their kicking to the next level. If you're not willing to put in the work please don't bother paying for our help. We want to work with those who only want to get better.
Goal kicking is about looking at each phase of the kick and knowing that it's all the little details that add together. We want to work with people are eager to start knocking them over from anywhere and that starts by looking for improvements in detail.
You will get your option of one of the RB Kicking Tee's which are used by some of the biggest names in the game from Hayden Parker the world's most accurate goal kicker to Josh Ioane of the Highlanders. You'll get a tee that's used by some of the best in the game.
You'll get access to the questionnaire that's used by Pete to assess the strengths of his professional kickers. This questionnaire is unique to Rugby Bricks and is used by professional goal kickers to gauge their skill through each phase of the kickers 10 pillars.
Pete will personally walk through each step of your kick with video commentary - giving you individualised and specific feedback according to the pillars of goal kicking. This is 1 on 1 coaching for your goal kicking.
Pete and the RB team will individually prescirbe your 3-month kicking plan that will cover the work you need to do for each phase of the kick. This will include gym work and on-field work to progress your conversion rates on the pitch when it's needed most.