Cricket Foot Drills

In general the circuit must follow in a logical sequence with an easy to follow plan, this becomes more apparent especially when the circuit becomes more complicated in its make-up. Careful planning and preparation, knowing in advance the limitations on time, class size, equipment available will all help in your setting up of the circuit. The controlling factor of the circuit also needs time spent on it in the planning stage.

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Single leg run; aim to run on the ball of your foot, without catching the rope or chalk lines. 


 

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Double leg run; aim to run at speed through the rope ladder, pumping with your arms. 


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Double side step, run through the ladder in a sideways direction. 


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Ickey Shuffle, As with the double run, but this time every third step comes outside the rope.

 

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Cross overs, Side step through the rope, taking your leading leg both in front and then behind the trailing leg. 

Most people move better on one side than the other. Work on your weak side to yield greater improvements in your game.

THE FOLLOWING PAGE WILL GIVE ADVICE ON STRENGTH TRAINING FOR CRICKET

 

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