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S&C, Speed, Agility Rugby Coach Dean Benton

s&c_rugby-coach-dean-benton-speed-agility-headshotSpeed and agility in high-contact sports are the focus with our guest the Melbourne-based Dean Benton.

Dean is one of the world’s most experienced strength and conditioning coaches and high-performance experts in the worlds of rugby, Australian Rules Football and track sprinting.

Among the numerous groups Dean has worked for are: the Australian National Rugby Team, the Leicester Tigers, Brumbies Rugby, Japan’s Rugby program and the Fédération Française de Rugby. He is also a consultant to the Australian Institute of Sport.

Check out Dean’s website www.atletico.com.au

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Topics: Speed, agility, rugby, football, over-training, S&C, recovery, strength and conditioning; sports nutrition, chronic injuries, Dean Benton, Eddie Jones, Australian rugby, Japan rugby