Improve your social skills and interaction, build self-esteem and confidence. Learn how to overcome bad outcome.
Improve your social skills and interaction
Through rugby, you will learn how to communicate new ideas, use communication to address problems collectively as a team, and listen to other individuals as part of a group. You can even land your first leadership role by taking a captain title. Therefore, you will get involved in an environment where communication is key.
You will learn how to take constructive criticism from coaches and how to accept and apply them for long-term benefits.
Builds your self-esteem and confidence
Rugby is the best game to build confidence no matter your background. It achieves this through compliments, highlighting areas you are doing well, encouragements, and rewarding you for showing improvement and success in certain areas. By having a role in the team, you can earn respect from teammates, providing your with more confidence and self-esteem.
Learn how to overcome bad outcome
Just like football and hockey, rugby is a game of win or lose. Although everyone wants to win, that is not always the outcome. Sometimes teams lose. Losing in the game gives you exposure and teaches you how to get over, move on, and recover for the next game. Rugby is good for building character.