John Pryor Rugby Insight Now Available Through SpeedPowerPlay's Online Training Library
John Pryor, rugby strength and conditioning coordinator for the Japan Rugby Football Union, is announcing the immediate availability of new athletic training videos, all of which can be accessed through SpeedPowerPlay's online video platform.
The online athletic training library curated by SpeedPowerPlay is expanding to include the latest developments from the world of international rugby, as John Pryor rugby strength training and conditioning videos are now available through the company’s digital platform. With Pryor announcing his inclusion among the vast array of training videos already available through SpeedPowerPlay, the training practices utilized by the Japan Rugby Football Union under Pryor’s guidance will now be at the immediate disposal of the rugby community at large and will surely benefit athletes and coaches all over the globe.
“SpeedPowerPlay’s role in the athletic community is an absolutely critical one, and I am pleased that I can make a positive contribution to the online training library it has created,” said Pryor. “I have to applaud the effort of SpeedPowerPlay in creating such a comprehensive library that includes specific training practices for so many different sports and am certainly humbled by my inclusion in this outstanding online training library.”
Pryor, who is also the director of JointAction Group, is known for his ability to apply his extensive expertise in biomechanics and exercise physiology to the training methodologies developed for use by the Japan Rugby Football Union. Pryor has been credited for his key role in Japan’s historic upset of the South African team at the 2015 Rugby World Cup, and the videos now available through SpeedPowerPlay include a detailed overview of the core principles and methodologies employed during the lead-up to the World Cup while also discussing the importance of specificity in any training program.
According to both Pryor and SpeedPowerPlay, the videos featuring the strength and conditioning coordinator for the Japan Rugby Football Union are currently available for review in the SpeedPowerPlay video library. Pryor also noted that additional training videos are forthcoming and are scheduled to be added to the library in the near future.