The Cricket Matters podcast is a weekly show for cricketers who want to train smarter and perform better. Hosted by Josh Kennedy and Cricket Matters founder, James Breese. Join the world’s leading experts in helping cricketers unleash their inner athlete and perform at levels they’ve always dreamed of. We combine the winning strategies developed in-house by Cricket Matters with those of the world's leading experts we interview, bringing real-world insight and examples to help you understand how to train smarter so that you can perform better. What are you waiting for? Turn up the volume, press play, and start your path to becoming a better cricketer.
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This podcast is a game changer (literally). As an under 15s county player, this podcast is helping me a lot coaching me outside of my managers and coaches. It’s fun chatty and the best podcast in then world
I am an experienced coach working with a range of players. I like to think that I knowledgeable about S&C, but have already been blown away, by the quality of a knowledge in this podcast. I have learnt so much in a short space of time. Definitely worth a listen!
Some very simple ideas to put into practice. Really good listen James and live your enthusiasm for helping others. Will get the whole squad to see them and hope some of the older fellas can follow your great advice. Keep them coming 👌🏏
Very interesting with endurance side of the cricket with crossover sports !
It’s tough to find cricket specific training and the content is a massive help - I’ve suffered a fair few injuries over my career but feel like there could be life in the old dog yet by implementing some of these ideas and concepts. The enthusiasm to help others shines through and I look forward to getting fitter and stronger!
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Cricket Matters launched 10 months ago and published 18 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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