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Quick Feet Drills with Chinmoy Roy

Chinmoy Roy joins Cricket World again for his latest cricket training drill, this time focusing on quick feet and improving cricketers agility!

Set up

  • Place one agility pole at the start.
  • Place a set of four cones in the shape of a square 5 metres from the start.
  • 4 sticks are placed on the cones that make the look of a square discernible.
  • This act as small hurdle.
  • Place a few agility poles 25 metres from the square.
  • These poles acts as boundary line.
  • A person stands along a spring stump with a cricket ball parallel to the square
  • This person rolls the ball along the turf once the fast feet is completed so that the cricketers can chase. 

Technical Cue

  • During quick feet stay on the ball of the feet
  • Ball of the feet is right under your toe
  • During quick feet while moving from one side to another concentrate on balance.
  • Land softly on the knee during slide.
  • Launch your slide roughly 5 feet away from the ball.

Reps and sets

  • After one rep take 30 seconds rest
  • Do 6-8 reps in 1 set and rest 5 minutes
  • Do 2-3 sets