Sunday, March 06, 2016

Rugby Warfare : Ultimate Training Guide competition

 
RUGBY WARFARE GRID
 
FINAL SCORE :
IRELAND - 58  ITALY - 15
 
WINNING SQUARE :
IR8 IT5
 
COMPETITION WINNER :
BREFFNI MCCARTHY
(QUALIFIED THURSDAY)
 
Rugby Warfare are back to offer up a prize for our latest "unriggable raffle".

To promote their strength training system titled "Rugby Warfare : Your Ultimate Training Guide For Optimal Performance", the winner of this week's competition will get one of their Maori-style t-shirts from their range of clothing.

Click here to learn more about the training programme - below you'll see a snippet from the introduction :
Whatever your sport, strength is vital. Strength, being the ability to generate force, means that you can more easily dominate your opponent.
Being strong also reduces your risk of injury, reduces fatigue, and provides your body with armour in the form of muscle. When two players of equal size and skill meet, nine times out of ten, the stronger player will prevail.
Unfortunately, the practice of gaining strength has been muddied in recent years by the sport of bodybuilding. Bodybuilding builds bigger muscles but these muscles are not necessarily stronger. Bodybuilding focus on “show” and not “go”. There is nothing inherently wrong with bodybuilding – if your goal is maximal hypertrophy (muscle growth), but if you want real-world strength that you can use out on the field, there are better ways to train.
As always, to qualify for the competition you will have to stay tuned to the HarpinOnRugby Facebook page throughout the coming week and follow the instructions when the posts are published.  Below you will see a grid showing the days, times and number of qualifiers for each post.

DAY
TIME
NO. OF QUALIFIERS
MONDAY
9PM
40
TUESDAY
9PM
30
WEDNESDAY
9PM
20
THURSDAY
9PM
10

The rugby match which will provide the winning square for this competition is Ireland's Six Nations clash with Italy on Saturday, March 12, 2016.

The following extra rules are unfortunate but necessary.




  • the winner must provide an address on the island of Ireland


  • the competition winner will only be contacted via the social media account they used to qualify


  • only one entry per separate Facebook account is allowed each day, but it’s ok to enter once on each of the four days


  • each window closes 3 hours after posting – if all of the spots are not all taken, the extra ones will be allocated in a manner to be determined by the competition organisers.


  • when you are asked to leave an “exact phrase” this means you can use the phrase with OR without the quotes; also, since speed is a factor in the competition we will make allowances for typos once it is clear a decent attempt has been made to repeat the phrase


  • for some windows “edited” Facebook comments will not be permitted as entries…this will be outlined as part of the post where it applies


  • for transparency purposes your qualifying comment must remain on the social media post until at least two hours of completion of the rugby match that is to determine the competition winner.


  • be aware that Facebook have been known to display comments in a random order on the web; as competition organisers we will do all we can to ensure the timeline is properly followed in each window.


  • entrants’ positions on the grid are set and not open for discussion, nor are any other final decisions made by the competition organisers.



    If you have any questions about the competition and/or its format or would like to sponsor one down the line, feel free to email we'd be happy to help.
     
    BE SURE AND HAVE A GO AND BEST OF LUCK!!! JLP
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