Don’t spend too long on the squat

Don’t spend too long on the squat

Following on from this morning’s post and to reiterate I only get bowlers to squat for 1 phase.   That’s it.   It’s not specific and doesn’t directly transfer to bowling fast.   Let’s stop with an over-reliance on it.   In simple terms,...
The skill stability paradigm

The skill stability paradigm

The skill stability paradigm I believe is a game changer for technical coaching in fast bowling.   Doing 1000’s reps like walk throughs simply don’t work, your brain gets bored of it.   The RAS reticular activating system simply won’t be stimulated...
Fast bowlers: Born or built?

Fast bowlers: Born or built?

Let me answer it simply first before delving deeper into it.   Genuine pace [90mph+] is in your DNA and gives you the PACE FLOOR.   Some bowlers start at a higher level than others and clearly will have the ability to go higher.   So, the higher the floor is, the...
Utilising back foot contact

Utilising back foot contact

No 2 bowlers will land on the back foot the same.   The quality of the contact can have a massive impact on the quality of the full ‘Kino-sequence’ of fast bowling.   Based on bowling type Ground contact times of 0.112 on BFC for a hip DOMINANT bowler and 0.502 for a...
Changing the fast bowlers kinematic sequence

Changing the fast bowlers kinematic sequence

Studying the bowling KINO SEQUENCE using Xsens suit provides information that cannot be identified with the naked eye.   Firstly it’s clear on the improvement in FFC One year apart.   Notice how this bowler has now developed a FLEX and EXTEND pattern with his...
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