I'd like to get a better idea of what level you are at when it comes to playing cricket and understanding cricket fitness, nutrition and psychology.
I'd like to do more posts you can use, and for me to do that I need to understand who I am talking to better. Especially if you read harrowdrive regularly already (and if not, you can subscribe, it's free and almost as much fun as playing a last over nail biter).
So, on that note, please leave a comment and let me know:
- How much cricket have you played and what level?
- How much captaincy experience have you had?
- How much knowledge do you have about nutrition, fitness and psychology?
- What areas would you like to know more about?
- Do you count yourself as a beginner, intermediate or advanced cricketer?
If you are a coach and no longer play thats OK too, just tell me about your players.
Myself, I have played club cricket all my life. Mainly 2nd and 3rd team level although I have played a handful of 1st team matches as wicketkeeper. I have captained a couple of teams with a fair amount of success and have been lucky enough to play under some great captains. As I have a sports degree, coaching awards and read a lot about the science of the game I like to think I have raised my standard by learning as much as I can and putting it into practice. I'd say I was an advanced intermediate but I'm learning more every day, mainly through this blog.
But I'm more interested in you.
The more you put in the comments section about yourself, the more I can aim future posts exactly to what you need. Then we both win.
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