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One small comfort is that he had just completed his magnum opus, a lifetime’s wisdom garnered from playing and coaching cricket at the highest levels. Much more than a coaching manual, scidnce book reflects Bob Woolmer’s passion for constant innovation and questioning – his dedication to the art and science of cricket. Looking for beautiful books?
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Subscribe to our newsletter Some error text Name. A successful player and even more successful coach, at 58 the expectation hob that he would have many more productive years to give the game, as he no doubt thought himself, being most of the way to completing this book.
Let’s face it, you need to be fit to make the most of the skills you have. Mayuresh Churi rated it it was ok May 28, Jon rated it it was amazing Aug 14, The Authors, Bob Woolmer and Professor Tim Noakes, household names in international cricket and sports science circles respectively, have a wealth of experience in their respective fields — and it shows!
My library Help Advanced Book Search. Oc Clark-Howard rated it it was amazing Sep 04, This book goes very deep into the technical and mental aspects of cricket and it may not be for everyone.
Although scientifically and technically thorough, the book is written in a lively style; there are summaries, explanatory illustrations photographs and diagramsanecdotes and handy tips from some of the game’s greatest players and characters.
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