Babar Azam & Co. praise ‘very helpful’ Kakul fitness camp

Pakistan squad members called their 11-day Kakul physical fitness camp, which ended on Saturday, “highly valuable” and “tremendous benefit” for their conditioning, well-being, and teamwork. From March 26 to April 6, 29 cricketers participated in the Pakistan Army-organized fitness camp in Abbottabad, where they underwent drills to improve their physical and mental strength for the upcoming T20I series against New Zealand, Ireland, and England. Babar Azam & Co. praise ‘very helpful’ Kakul fitness camp.

Babar Azam & Co. praise ‘very helpful’ Kakul fitness camp

The Men in Green underwent a rigors fitness camp to improve their agility, leadership, strategic thinking, and ground performance. Captain Babar Azam called the training camp “highly successful” and “exceptionally valuable” for future difficulties. This was my third boot camp, and each time I learn something new […] This time, our focus went beyond physical fitness to include team bonding activities and performance-improving lectures “Babar stressed the importance of these factors as crucial to collective performance to accomplish desired objectives.

The star batter added that the training camp reduces injury risks and improves individual and team performance by emphasising physical conditioning, teamwork, and mental resilience. “I’m confident that we’ll return to competitive cricket as better, fitter and mentally tougher athletes, thereby enhancing our overall performance,” said he. After attending the 11-day camp, all-rounder Shadab Khan said he is confident that all cricketers will return with increased fitness and standards that will help them in the approaching difficulties.

“The fitter our players are during the season, the greater our chances of success will be,” he said. Imad Wasim, who joined the fitness camp after meeting Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials and renouncing his retirement from international cricket, said the “sessions and drills were markedly different from cricket-related training, but we dedicated extra hours that I’m confident will benefit us all in match situations.”

“The camp was crucial for team bonding […] This closeness will undoubtedly impact our performances,” Imad remarked. Naseem Shah hopes to return fitter and more skilled after Kakul camp. All-rounder Aamer Jamal called it a “once-in-a-lifetime experience” and stated that the camp’s high altitude required specific training methods to maintain muscle oxygen flow, which was one of the most valuable lessons from Kakul. With his concentration on endurance, wicket-keeper batter Azam Khan feels ready to keep working towards the requisite standards.

Babar Azam & Co. praise 'very helpful' Kakul fitness camp

Gulfishaa Avaan
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Gulfishaa is writer who delivers engaging and informative news on sports to readers of Ten Sports TV Website.



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