The Science of fast bowling fitness

Certification Course

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“The primary objective of this certification course is to provide evidence-based information in physical preparation for fast bowlers. The information provided in this course will be useful for young and elite fast bowlers, cricket coaches, strength and conditioning coaches, fitness trainers and physical therapists working with fast bowlers. This course has been carefully created based on current research and years of working with young and elite fast bowlers.  There will also be practical takeaways that the attendees will find valuable.  

Moreover, we want to bridge the gap between research and practice in fast bowling science that is currently missing”

Registration Closed

Session Dates : 13th June, 20th June, 27th June,

4th July, 11th July, 18th July 2021 @ 11 AM  




PhD Scholar,

Australian Strength and Conditioning Accreditation level 2

Successfully trained player for Cricket World Cup, Commonwealth Games, Rio Para Olympics, World Championship



Founder and CEO- Athlete Institute


Lecturer in Exercise Science (Auckland University of Technology- one of the world’s top sports and exercise science university): 2013-2017


Lecturer in Osteopathy (Unitec, Auckland)- 2018

Associate research supervisor- Masters thesis in injury prevention (Unitec, Auckland)- 2019

PhD Scholar (Auckland University of Technology): The effects of strength and power on sprinting speed in young female athletes (investigating kinetics, kinematics and maturation- bio mechanics)

Masters in Sports and Exercise Science (Auckland University of Technology): The role of rotational power and mobility on throwing velocity in professional cricketers -2014

Australian Strength and Conditioning Accreditation level 2

Research topics- bio mechanics, applied anatomy, physiology, injury prevention, and recovery


Successfully prepared athletes for Cricket World Cup, Commonwealth games, Rio Paralympics, World championships (football, hockey, kayak, swimming, cycling to name a few)

Head of Movement Science in New Zealand’s top private college (mentor >100 athletes across various sports and lead a team of strength and conditioning coaches and researchers in exercise science) - details click here

Sports science consultant to junior gold medalist in cycling 4000m (world record)- 2015

Strength & Conditioning Consultant for NZ national contracted cricketers (Black Caps, White Ferns, Auckland Aces, Hearts and Developing Aces)

Coached Pathway to Podium athletes

Successfully rehabilitated under 19 cricketer from a critical lower back issue before World Cup in 2012.


Peer reviewed journal article: The role of rotational mobility and power on throwing velocity (research on international cricketers)


Peer reviewed journal article: The Reliability of a Rotational Power Assessment of the Core


Book - Amazon link 

NEWSPAPER ARTICLES (selected few links)