Yesterday we talked about how you can add bodyweight training to give yourself a boost on the cricket pitch.
Today you can extend that to a 4 week programme. You can get the free Harrowdrive 4 week Bodyweight Turbulence Training Plan by clicking here.
This plan has been developed by Turbulence Training mastermind Craig Ballantyne. The guy really knows his stuff when it comes to fitness. The great thing is, this workout is just as effective for recreational cricketers who want to lose a bit of weight, be fitter on the pitch and reduce their risk of injury. Like I mentioned yesterday, a bodyweight plan is really just the beginning of an athletic development plan but it's the easiest to do by far and has proven results.
If you have never done any cricket strength and conditioning training before, or you just want to mix things up a little this free 4 week plan is a great place to start. Get the free pdf and start getting fit for cricket.
If you want a more comprehensive guide to reducing injury risk and increasing cricket specific fitness, check out county strength coach Rob Ahmun's guide on PitchVision Academy.
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