2 comments on “The wisdom of Ed Smith and the place of technique in cricket batting

  1. I like “repetition without repetition” and “The perfect technique is the technique that disappears”.

    From a golf perspective we’re led to believe that a consistent swing is the way to go – and many golfers can spend many years trying to find that “perfect” swing. I know I did. If one can’t swing a hammer the same way, what chance do we have with a golf club, cricket bat or ball?

    Thanks for sharing. Certainly many “gems” for all coaches.

    • Thanks Cameron. I really must check my blog more often; sorry, for the slow reply! Hope you enjoy the latest article on the same theme of how to practice effectively

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