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PitchVision: Improve Your Cricket

Do you want to grow your cricket? Then PitchVision is the home of online coaching and self-improvement in the game. Bring your "growth mindset" to better technique, better tactics, more skill and a winning team. All these things are possible if you play the game to improve rather than prove.

Read, watch, listen, work, improve. That's the PitchVision way.

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Cricket Show S7 Episode 40: Bowling Fast, Batting Balance

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The podcast partners, Mark Garaway and David Hinchliffe talk cricket. The team discuss what has changed in the world of coaching fast bowling. There are also chats about building a culture of training and keeping balance while batting.

Listen to the show for all the cricket coaching and playing fun.

Save Throwing Arms with These Tips

What's the normal journey for a cricketer's throwing arm?

Start strong and get progressively weaker and sore over the course of a season.

Major League Baseball players throwing arms get stronger over the course of an 162 game regular season.

Failure is Good: How to Use Your Cricket Mistakes Positively

As a cricketer, success is easy to see: Runs, wickets and victories. If you fail you have done badly. And while winning is the ultimate point, the way to get there is by embracing your failures.

What Length Should You Bowl on an Uneven Pitch?

When you get a minefield pitch, everyone looks to the bowlers to win the game easily. Do you feel the pressure?

It's not as easy as you first think.

Mignon du Preez to Direct PitchVision Cricket School at CSA Centre of Excellence

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South African International player, Mignon du Preez,is the new Director of the PitchVision Cricket School in South Africa.

Here's a Simple Way to Turn Small Improvements into Huge Cricket Gains

The devil is in the detail.

It's an old saying that has a lot of modern truth when it comes to cricket. It has positives, but many consider the idea of "marginal gains" a waste of time and too much effort to put into a typical cricket team.

So, what's the truth?

Cricket Show S7 Episode 39: Take Your Chances

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David HInchliffe, Sam Lavery and Mark Garaway talk cricket. Garas has worked with them all and brings his experience to discussing the "chances" stat that has done the round this week.

Then the team get into talking about the importance of hand-eye coordination and how to train it. With that sorted they move on to helping a bowler add 20kph to his bowling in a month. Can it be done? Listen to find out.

Ask PitchVision: Bonus Cricket Coaching Q&A Video

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Thanks for tuning in to our first Ask PitchVision live event today. As promised, here is the bonus content tagged onto the end. Even more cricket coaching questions answered by David Hinchliffe!

Use This Practice to Get Closer to Steve Waugh's Best Innings

Steve Waugh spoke to me once about his greatest ever Test Match innings.

Stop Panicking About Your Accuracy, It's Totally Fine.

Recently we have had a spate of spinners on PitchVision Academy worrying about their accuracy. From around the world, the same messages come through, "I bowl too full", "I bowl too many short balls", "I get taken off by the captain for bowling down the leg side".

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