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Our mission is to help as many cricketers as possible who do not have access to strength and conditioning and specific fast bowling coaching. We want to show how to bowl faster, how to get as strong as you can for a fast bowler and reduce the risk of injury. We are all about cricket fitness, cricket training and physical preparation to help you be the best you possible can be
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Ross Dewar has worked in Professional Cricket as a Strength & Conditioning coach since 2000 working with Somerset, Northamptonshire and Worcestershire.
As well as holding a degree in sports & exercise science and his UKSCA accreditation Ross is passionate about self improvement and helping cricketers become the best they can be physically and professionally.
He specialises in sport specific S&C, Movement prep, mobility & recovery as well as nutrition for health and performance.
Contact Ross at email@example.com
Steffan Jones is the former Somerset, Northamptonshire, Kent and Derbyshire fast bowler who forged a career out of getting the very best out of himself physically
He is currently Fast Bowling Coach for the Rajasthan Royals of the Indian Premier League, and one of the small number of people in the world who hold an ECB level 3 qualification as well as aUKSCA accreditation in strength & conditioning
He is the leading coach in England on teaching and using heavy ball contrast training for fast bowler development, as well a pioneering his Hip or Knee domination approach to Fast Bowling
Steffan also runs the Pacelab academy
Contact Steff at firstname.lastname@example.org