Skyrocket Your Batting Coaching with England's Leading Runmaker

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The latest coach in the line up is a legend: Graham Gooch. Goochie is England's most prolific batsman, and has coached Essex and England players for 20 years, with many going on to huge success themselves. Now he wants to show you exactly how he does it in his new online coaching course, Runmaker. Click here for details.

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PV/VIDEO Weekly Highlights: The Leggie Gets To Work

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Welcome to the PV/VIDEO Digest, your highlights summary of the weeks best videos from PitchVision Interactive

You can share these videos by email or onto facebook, and post your comments right here: From serious analysis to Friday fun. Here are the top videos uploaded from PitchVision systems around the world this week.

Cricket Show S6 Episode 8: Waggle That Joystick

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Mark Garaway reveals his misspent youth to Sam Lavery and David Hinchliffe on the premier cricket coaching podcast. It's all about hitting AB on that old school console controller!

There's also plenty of cricket coaching chat. The show begins with a discussion on "Action Types" and how they can help cricketers. We cover the basics, and to find out more, go to the action types site here.

Then there are questions on batting in 1.5 day cricket (4 sessions) and how to clear the ropes when your shots fall 10 feet short.

As always, the team would be delighted for you to listen and send in your feedback.

Quick Tip: Instantly Have 100% Cricket Confidence

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I am loving the insights from The Chimp Paradox by psychologist Steve Peters at the moment. Here's a cracker from the book:

You can instantly gain 100% confidence with one change of mindset.

We all assume confidence is the result of success. And you can certainly gain confidence in this way. It's what Mark Garaway calls "robust confidence" because you have proven your ability to yourself.

But what if you are not 100% confident in your ability?

Save Your Season By Making Your Culture Worth Catching

Malcolm Marshall coached a team I played in as a pro. We had played badly for the 3rd game in a row. The great man asked us if "our attitude was worth catching?"

We were being challenged because our professionalism and character had been lacking. It was a great question which made most of us reflect and - ultimately - turn our season around.

As coaches, we should have a good attitude. We are leaders whose role is to inspire and shape teams and environments.

So, the question that I ask of coaches is not about attitude: I ask "is your culture worth catching?"

Graham Gooch: How to Coach Batting Concentration

This article is an excerpt from the Graham Gooch Runmaker eBook available on PitchVision Academy. For more details, click here.

Anyone can score 30 if they can play a bit, but to make a big score your concentration has to be better and stronger. Whether it's a long match, one day match or even Twenty20, it doesn't matter. If concentration is sharp, alert and in tip top nick, then you make less mistakes.

Video: Spin Bowling Coaching Session

Here's the next cricket coaching video filmed recently at Millfield School. This time it's all about the spinners.

Three Myths You'll Hear When You Lose (And How To Handle Them With Facts)

"Of course, you know why you lost..."

If you have ever played cricket, you will have heard some variation of that statement after a defeat. Everyone has an opinion.

It's the situation England found themselves in the 2015 World Cup, where their first two games were one-sided defeats. I'm sure your team has been in the same position, and has asked the same questions about how to turn things around.

So, here are some common misconceptions about the reasons behind a loss. They apply at every level, it's just the shouting from the sidelines gets louder the further up in standard you raise. Avoid the trap of believing them within your own team and you will be able to get out of your slump rather than chasing your tail.

Cricket Show 298: Competition Winner

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This week's winner of the Cricket Show podcast question competition is Sam. She wins a free coaching course from PitchVision Academy.

The winning question was,

PV/VIDEO Weekly Highlights: Full Toss, Four Runs

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Welcome to the PV/VIDEO Digest, your highlights summary of the weeks best videos from PitchVision Interactive

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Cricket Show S6 Episode 7: Watch the Ball?

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Sam Lavery, David Hinchliffe and Mark Garaway get stuck into some cricket coaching chat with a discussion on coaching and playing lessons from the World Cup. I don't think it's much of a spoiler to reveal the chat revolves around the Irish.

The questions this week are on watching the ball and bowling an inswinger. The question of watching the ball seems obvious when you bat, but is it? They are a couple of crackers so tune in to get some fresh ideas.

Plus, Garas comes close to revealing his run secret after we go through the guesses including;

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