FAST AND EXPLOSIVE ROTATION IMPROVES CRICKET BATTING SPEED.
AVOID FOCUSING ON YOUR ARMS. THE ENGINE ROOM FOR EXPLOSIVE ROTATIONAL POWER IS YOUR CORE.
HOW TO LOAD FOR ROTATIONAL CRICKET BATTING
All it takes to generate your rotational cricket batting is a small in-turn of your front knee. Do not place all your weight on your back leg, instead, load against it.
THE HIPS ROTATE YOUR BACK LEG
There is too much focus on the upper half when cricket batting. The engine room is your core, and more specifically your hips (rotational cricket power). If you can get a good lower half position, then this will have a positive influence on the upper half of your cricket swing. Higher resistance batting drills using the Cricket Precise-2020 helps you to bat with your hips, thus taking the weight off the back foot via momentum.
EXPLOSIVE, ROTATIONAL CRICKET POWER
Relax your hands and arms, clear your mind, track the cricket ball for as long as possible and explode as it arrives closer to your body. Your hips are vital to generating bat speed through your cricket swing; as you load they turn toward the rear buttock, keep your shoulders square by dipping the front shoulder slightly forward.
Turn your back leg/foot from your hip, as opposed to turning from your knee allowing it to drive the face of the cricket bat to and through the contact zone; staying connected to your cricket swing.