Around 12 permanent and 92 Associate countries participate in the worldwide sport of cricket, where quick bowlers play an important part in a cricket squad. The most crucial factor is to discuss how to effectively manage a fast bowler's load by emphasising on his biomechanical tendencies and injury avoidance strategies. This study seeks to provide the physiological literature with regard to fast bowlers in cricket as well as a useful and periodized training programme for them during their offseason preparation. Additionally, it provides us with the limits of earlier study as well as potential directions for future studies. The primary objective of this review is to provide the evidence in this area a place to start.
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