There are not many certainties in club cricket, especially when it comes to making runs and taking wickets. However, one thing you can be sure of is that the fitter you are, the better you will perform on the pitch at the weekend.
Cricket fitness, though, can a complicated and difficult subject. You just have to look at the hundreds of personal trainers, fitness books and strange looking equipment available to know it's a confusing world.
I'm here to unpick the facts from snake oil so you don't waste a moment of your precious time on useless training. Plus you get the added benefit of feeling and looking good. So here is the complete course on cricket fitness, including drills:
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Planning
Part 3: Conditioning
Part 4: Strength, Speed and Power
Part 6: Position Specific
Part 7: Injury Prevention
Part 8: Other Fitness Tips
I will regularly update this page, so keep checking back and don't forget to subscribe for free.
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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