When you think of high impact and performance sport, we’re sure cricket wouldn’t immediately spring to mind.
However, off the back of England’s 2019 World Cup win, Wattbike is here to challenge this common misconception, by redefining performance conditioning in the world of cricket.
“The beauty of off-feet conditioning in a more developed age, and especially with the Wattbike, is that you can see the translation of off-feet conditioning to on-feet conditioning,” says Liam Price, strength and conditioning coach at Nottinghamshire County Cricket Team. “We know that the boys who produce more watts on the Wattbike can jump higher, are stronger, can change direction quicker and field the ball better.”
In the third episode of the Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club mini-series, we learn about the rehabilitation and active recovery role of the Wattbike and how it’s used as a vital tool of off-feet conditioning.
In this first episode of our Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club mini-series, we talk with Liam Price, Strength and Conditioning Coach at NCCC to find out how the Wattbikes are utilised to support player fitness and development.