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how can i improve my footwork?
Here are a couple of things you can try.
Spend time thinking about how you should ideally be moving your feet to play certain shots.
Visualise someone bowling at you, and where the ball is going to pitch. Move your feet to the correct position, and play the shot
Skipping is a great excercise that helps with footwork and increasing speed. Vary the skipping i.e 2 feet, one foot and double jumps.
I hope this helps.
I tell my junior players to imagine they are fencing before I allow the bowler to bowl. They use their bat as a sword and move back and forward in a sideways motion like a fencer. I also get them to bounce up and down on the spot before they face a ball so they can feel their knees bend and loosen their legs.
Yes, i agree with Mr.Rob Park...do the exercise with skipping rope and one drill you can practice i.e. drop ball hitting drill....
Yes skipping is good another used throwing method by someone nearest in quick session and play fwd bkwd but care dont paste early foot.Increse sprint work.Hope this helps
Start skipping forward and backward...try double...do little skipping and running... try streching with pads on. keep the balls on different spots on the wicket try to step out and step back drill...
Yes Skipping,ladder, shuttle run etc work on warm up session.after warm up foot work drill activity Front foot
1.stationary 3/4 balls
2.drop ball rapiedly
3. driveing and forword moving
4. use 2 color ball red ball for frant foot and white ball for back foot(coach or partner feeding the ball unseen)
5. Use game Scenario
6. Add pressure game Scenario
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