Publishers, The Crowood Press say, "It's the fastest and best-selling book we've ever had"
Announcing a breakthrough. It’s the complete illustrated guide to bowling fast and straight. A new, vibrant coaching manual anyone can use, jam-packed with useful information. It uses the latest modern development techniques and biomechanics mysteries to have you improving your game – fast.
This wonderful instructional guide is user-friendly and a must for coaches, players and students of the game. Everything you should and MUST know if you bowl fast or coach fast bowlers. Get up to speed with the latest methods.
Comes with forewards from England legend Darren Gough and Essex captain Ronnie Irani. Includes features from many of the world’s best fast bowlers and modern thoughts on the game.
Here are just a few of the things you’ll discover:
“Get this book. Read it, then re-read it. I promise you, you'll love it ”
What's wrong with coaching?
- One for the ladies
- Blowing the lid off fast bowling
- Fast bowling coaching made easy
- Seam bowling - line and length
- Swing bowling - risk and reward
- Awesome reverse swing - your unfair advantage
- Slower balls - what you need to know
- Yorkers - the sand shoe crusher
- Bouncers - the head hunter
- Cross seam - deliberate scrambling
- Bowling no balls - what's the point?
- Accelerated learning
- How to approach practice
- Mental approach - applying what you've got
- 12 things you never knew about fast bowling
- 10 legal tricks to fool the batsman
- The prevention of injury in fast bowlers
- Making the most of what you've got
– Dale Steyn, Fast Bowler, South Africa
“This is not so much a coaching manual as a valuable resource for any seam bowler”
– Andre Adams, All Rounder, New Zealand
“If you want to know what’s what, get this book. You’ll discover a lifetime’s knowledge to help you improve”
– Alex Tudor, Fast Bowler, England
“Long overdue. This is the most important cricket manual since the MCC coaching book. And it’s relevant to the modern game”
– Nick Tester, ECB Level 2 Coach
The Fast Bowlers Bible was reviewed by Cricinfo, read it here