Learn to land as well as jump

A part of your off season, and also in season, training as a fast bowler should be plyometrics   This is where we use different forms of jumps, hops and ballistic movements to help transition the strength work we are doing into useable power in our game  ...
Bilateral v Unilateral loading (who wins?)

Bilateral v Unilateral loading (who wins?)

Sounds complicated? Well I’ve got to try and sound intelligent at some point!   This is basically the difference between doing a 2 limbed (bilateral) more stable exercise, like the squat, compared to doing a single limbed  (unilateral) lift like the step up   The same...
Do you need to know this?

Do you need to know this?

This is the question we get asked a lot by cricket coaches when talking about strength & conditioning for their players   And the short answer is- How far do you want your players to go?   Because like it or not S&C is now firmly part of the first...

What goes up must come down

We had some good and interesting feedback regarding the article I did last week on deadlifting, and the sort of deadlift I would use with my players   Some of you had some good questions, especially about whether they should do 1 rep max’s (1RM) when deadlifting   My...

Don’t build a penthouse on top of a shed!

We have done quite a few articles on the need to be strong to have the best chance of being the quickest bowler that you can be   And hopefully that’s what you guys want, its certainly what we want for you   But there is a word of warning when building the strength.  ...

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