MUMBAI, India–(BUSINESS WIRE)–crictips brings to you an exclusive interview and video series with Nick Webb, the former Strength and Conditioning coach of the Indian Men’s Cricket team. Webb joined the setup following the 2019 World Cup as a successor of Shankar Basu. The New Zealander stayed with the team till the 2021 T20 World Cup.
In his two-year sojourn, Nick closely worked with BCCI and played a key role in improving the fitness of the Indian players. Thus, there can be no one better than Nick Webb to guide the budding athletes for the future. In an exclusive interview with crictips, the former fitness coach spoke at length regarding the culture of the Indian team and the fitness routine of some of the greatest cricketers at the present time.
Apart from sharing in-depth insights of the Men in Blue, Nick also provides some life-saving fitness tips that can completely change the way you look at your physical and mental being. He has collaborated with crictips for a healthy number of videos to teach how to optimize one’s body, diet, and mentality to become a better cricketer.
In one of his videos for crictips, Nick Webb shared Virat Kohli’s vigorous training routine that made him the flag bearer of fitness in the Indian cricket fraternity.
The modern-day great and former Indian skipper Virat Kohli is a synonym for fitness in the gentlemen’s game. He revolutionized the way fitness was looked upon in the Indian cricket setup. For any budding athlete to reach the pinnacle of success, it will be a blessing to get an insight into the regimens of the batting maestro.
Apart from providing in-depth analysis on the Indian cricket team, Webb has advised exercises that can help the athletes avoid injuries. He has also made specialized videos on exercises essential for the bowlers and wicketkeepers.
If you are a fitness enthusiast or a budding athlete and aspire to have fitness like the Indian cricket team, Nick Webb is the right man to follow on the crictips Youtube Channel.
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