The Pittsburgh Cricket Association (PCA) recently hosted a weekend-long American Cricket Federation (ACF) Level 1 and Level 2 cricket coaching certification with youth cricket coaching sessions attended by many prospective coaches and two cohorts of youth players.
Lionel Messi sprinting for a home run, playing baseball before a world cup match. Are we crazy? Yes, of course. Never would you see Rafael Nadal juggle a football as warm-up routine before a crossing swords with Roger Federer.
Legendary Roger Federer’s body needs a break to keep redefining the limit. Like tennis modern cricket rolls round the year. There are three formats and some cricketers too are picking their own format for survival’s sake.
Harsha Bhogle was moderating a debate in TV. He asked Adrian La Roux, the then Indian team fitness coach, “ How much difference modern fitness training would have made had Garry Sobers, Ian Botham and Sunil Gavaskar were exposed to it?
Seventy one (71) members of the Whitgift School Cricket Squad, accompanied by ten (10) members of staff and coaches are now back in England having completed a successful 4-day pre-season training camp between Tuesday 3rd – Saturday 7th April at Desert Springs Resort
With Eating Disorder Awareness Week in full swing, Loughborough academic and international athlete Dr Carolyn Plateau has shared her thoughts on why athletes are more susceptible to eating disorders than the rest of the population, and what we can do to reduce and prevent them.
A difference in the distribution of muscle mass could well be the reason behind the greater risk of knee injuries in females according to the latest piece of research from Loughborough University’s School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences.