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Fielding Key Points

Fielding Key Points

Enjoyment/ Energy Good fielders typically enjoy fielding.  Jonty Rhodes, arguably the best in fielder in the world used to LOVE it. He had a buzz about him that not only… Read more »

Do Work!

Do Work!

Work! The bedrock of success comes from good old fashioned hard work. Our society seems have lost sight of this somewhat as people tend to be less motivated to get… Read more »

Is Strength a Skill?

Is Strength a Skill?

Training for strength is one of the most enjoyable and rewarding types of training. The reason lies in the simplicity of the work involved. There is no secret to getting… Read more »

7 Top Cricket Strength Training Exercises

7 Top Cricket Strength Training Exercises

I believe that there are certain basic bodyweight movements that should form the foundation of your strength training programs, such as push-ups, pull-ups, lunges, jumps, squats and sprinting etc. Unfortunately,… Read more »

17 of the Best Fat Loss Tips: Part 2

17 of the Best Fat Loss Tips: Part 2

If you have not had a look at part 1 yet then go and have a quick read – 17 of the best Fat loss Tips : Part 1  Now… Read more »

17 of the Best Fat Loss Tips : Part 1

17 of the Best Fat Loss Tips : Part 1

1. Have a Plan If you fail to plan, you plan to fail! It is important that from the outset you have a specific, measurable and realistic goal in mind…. Read more »

How to Hit a Straight Drive

How to Hit a Straight Drive

The straight drive is one of the most important shots to be able to execute as a batsman. It is a run scoring opportunity when bowlers search for LBW’s and… Read more »

8 Things Young Athletes Need to Master

8 Things Young Athletes Need to Master

I believe we should be teaching and incorporating basic body weight movements with all our kids. I mean as skills coaches we put so much time and effort into teaching… Read more »

Half Kneeling Single Arm Landmine Press

Half Kneeling Single Arm Landmine Press

I have been using the half-kneeling single arm landmine press quite a bit recently in my own training and with some of the cricket players I work with.  Reason being… Read more »

Scrawny to Brawny in 6 Simple Steps

Scrawny to Brawny in 6 Simple Steps

Anyone who’s ever made the transition from scrawny to brawny knows that getting big isn’t an accident. Putting on muscle does not just happen overnight and it doesn’t come without… Read more »

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