Munster are on a mini-roll currently, with five wins in their last seven games, and the two losses coming in tight affairs against two of Europe's best in Toulouse and Leinster.
Speaking on RTE's Rugby podcast, Neil Treacy and Bernard Jackman discussed a change in Munster's training which sees them practice at an extremely high-tempo, something which they have looked to implement at match time.
Jackman also pointed out that the change is a reason why Munster may have struggled early on in the season, as they implemented unfamiliar structures.
To be honest, I think the reason Munster struggled early on in the season was that transition from a slow, structured game to what they're trying to play now, which is a fast, high-tempo game but with some core philosophies.
The game might have been moving fast but you can be sure that there were core elements and instruction from the coaches of implement to perfect.
And probably the coaching happens in the review session probably the next day, before they start the day they look back at some examples of where they could have done things better and learned from that.
In the session itself it's about high ball play, high metres.
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"The reason it became such a big talking point for players and coaches is that it wasn't happening in the past, and that's the problem," continued Jackman.
"Where as if you went and watched a Leinster session three years ago, it would have been very similar to what you saw yesterday. So Leinster, and Dan McFarland to be fair in Ulster [have been doing this]. But it doesn't necessarily mean you're going to win but it's kind of best practice now around how to prepare teams."