A sports scientist with expertise in movement, speed, strength, relaxation, balance, biomechanics and nutrition.
Training methodology: Holistic
Achievement: 100 % track record of producing injury free outfits (through the 5 months season) over the years.
References: Anybody and everybody who has ever trained with me.
- Increased the pace of fast bowlers in two back to back cricket seasons.
- Produced highest wicket taker in India in both seasons in their respective age groups.
Can’t be a coincidence?
Education: Degrees & certifications
- Masters in Sports Science (1st class with distinction)
- Diet & Nutrition Coach
- Human Movement Specialist
- Strength & Conditioning trainer
- Yoga teacher & therapist
- Bachelor of Science
Experience: Cricket, Baseball (USA), Hockey, Football, Recreational runners, and others
Current Research in Nutrition & performance: Good training can help make our metabolism robust and vice versa.
Holistic training: In my experience, fitness is multidimensional and broadly covers strength, flexibility, speed, endurance, balance, biomechanics, mind, and nutrition. You remove one piece from the matrix and you won’t be able to achieve your best. Holistic.
How would we know which area needs work if we keep looking at fitness ONLY from the angle of strength? As one can see and hopefully realise that strength is only one part whereas, you would agree that we need all for optimal performance. Choosing what you require most (depending on your sport, physicality, existing dynamics etc) should be your first step towards fitness.
“Building strength is off-season work and taking optimal use of that strength is in-season training” @UC
Excess strength is like that extra food which gets stored as fat in our body and solves no purpose. Build strength that you can put to use.