I've never been a big believer in technical work. I still believe its only a small part of the program, Strength & Conditioning to me is a bigger part, this is where I can make a difference to every bowler confidently. However after using the 4-tent peg drill , championed by Ian Pont I have seen great results. A young bowler bowled with a front bent leg on a Monday, after using a training program I gave him called 200's ( 50 squats, lunges, press-ups and tent peg drills ) every night he bowled with a braced front leg on the friday. I have it on video! With that in mind I have now introduced the drill as part of the cricket curriculum in school. All bowlers are introduced to it and are encouraged to "get the reps in" at home. I'm a big believer in giving credit where credit is due and Great work Ian Pont in bringing this javelin/ pitching based drill to cricket. People always afraid of someone who's different but I for one respect your knowledge and passion. Great work!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnSCqFnsf5M&sns=fb