- Runs in purposefully and generates a very good amount of momentum and carries this through the crease well.
- Be careful leaning back early and losing some of that momentum - need to load up and coil all the momentum up that you are generating, but don't want to lose out on some of that leaning back 'early'
- Try to gain more from front arm by being stronger - see front on view - is quite floppy and probably not providing as much 'pull through' as it could through being stronger and ideally pulling down vertically, working in unison with left hip for powerful fast spring action through release.
-Standing drills; resistance band for front arm?
- Into a few paces exaggerating driving over front knee not quite leaning back so much
- Better aligned in approach and through the crease - easier to work in straight lines
- Be careful getting high in load up position - harder to control and gain maximum arm momentum
- Remain strong with upper body (not falling away which has been the case due to heavy load through delivery)
-Alignment drills - keeping more upright and driving through the crease
-Head driving over front knee
- Attack the crease as straight as possible, try to manage feet 'overlapping/crossing-over' effect which encourages the hips to rotate more sideways than ideal
- Strength work on front leg to remain more upright and enable forward momentum; can dip down, accompanied by head also dipping - this can increase the likelihood of dragging down shorter.
- Try to keep bowling arm tucked in and a little lower in load up to manage effectively providing for optimum control on forward rotation
- Balance/Core drills becoming stronger
- Running resistance - bands
- Standing drills - Bowling arm tucked in