In part 1 of this response to Rick Walton’s post “Coaching: a fabulous crisis”, I tried to outline my own approach to coaching batters. In this section, I want to investigate some of the knowledge and characteristics that a modern batting coach might need.
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A Constraint-Led Approach – a new addition to the coaching toolkit?
I am (I call myself) a cricket coach – I work with people who want to play “better” cricket, however “better” might be defined. In that role, I try to help players to develop their playing techniques, and, along the way, to build individual motivation and resilience. Occasionally, I will talk with them about (appropriate) physical …
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