Forward & Lateral Trunk Flexion
In this video I clarify a common question asked of bowling coaches, “What is forward and lateral trunk flexion?”. Often young pace bowlers complain of a sore lower back so understanding trunk flexion can be invaluable to keeping youngsters on the park and enjoying their cricket. › Read more
NAIL YOUR YORKERS
In this video I demonstrate an exercise that will assist bowlers to develop the ability to bowl an accurate yorker. You can also use variations to the exercise to make it a heap of fun for your players. › Read more
TEST YOUR ACCURACY
This is one of my favourite bowling games as it gets the bowlers in your team competing against each other whilst developing their accuracy and control. › Read more
HIT THOSE SWEEPERS
We all know what happens when a batsman faces a sequence of dot balls, so here is an excellent exercise that you can do with a small group or team to develop the art of rotating the strike. › Read more
INDOOR SPEED TRAINING
Wet conditions outside? Here is an easy exercise that you can do in a small space with equipment that is usually lying around in the nets. › Read more
BUILD SELF BELIEF IN THE NETS
In this video I demonstrate one of my favourite exercises to develop a batsman’s self belief in the training environment. Often I see players falling into comfortable training habits or routines and of course the result out in the middle, where it truly counts, is not what they had hoped for. The development of genuine › Read more
MAKE A NET SESSION REALISTIC
Occasionally it can be difficult for team coaches to facilitate a productive practice session when attempting to simulate a game scenario with a variety of different bowlers in each net. Since each bowler has a different skill set and plan/field set in mind, it can become tricky for the batsman to visualise the scenario. The › Read more
IMPROVING HAND-EYE
In this video I demonstrate one of my favourite exercises to develop hand-eye coordination in the nets, which is of course an important ingredient required to be successful in the game of cricket. › Read more
FEET PLACEMENT DRILL
Occasionally a pace bowler may be struggling with their accuracy or expressing that they are experiencing pain in their ankles and lower back. Commonly the cause is poor feet alignment in the delivery stride. It can often be difficult to make the required adjustment to a pace bowler’s delivery stride so in this video I › Read more
POWER HITTING
When it comes time to power the ball over the boundary rope it is vital to understand how to get yourself into a good position to maximise power, leverage and hand speed. In this video, I explain a few basic points which will help you with this and demonstrate three of my favourite development drills › Read more
SPIN SURVIVAL
I love to finish off a team training session with a bit of fun and competition so here is a great little exercise that you can do this week to test their skills against spin bowling. As a coach you will also gain great insight into who can and can’t handle the pressure. › Read more
A SIMPLE NOD OF THE HEAD
I often notice batsmen who have had a run of low scores anxiously analysing their technique to find a solution to their woes. In my experience, a majority of the time the issue isn’t complicated at all and simply boils down to the batsman just not watching the ball effectively – nothing to do with › Read more
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