December 18, 2017

Mets meets Australian Vice Captain cricketer David Warner to discuss his rise to the top and how he aims to inspire youngsters to continue red ball cricket.

QUOTES

[2:40] “It’s another string to my bow that I’ve added to my training routine” [7:53] “One of my greatest strengths was that my parents never forced me into anything, they gave me constructive feedback and I got on with it”

[12:01] “Don’t always dwell on the negatives”

[14:11] “The hardest work is training, the easy part is going out to the field to play”

[19:30] “The challenge now is to keep working harder when we get into preparation mode”

[21:20] “The generation before still has the hunger to keep playing” [25:50] “You can’t teach confidence, you have to have it”

SHOW NOTES

[0:23] David starts by talking about his recent win with New South Wales

[2:09] David discusses his new found interest in long distance running and dynamic weights

[4:20] David chats about his childhood and his journey to becoming an extremely talented cricketer

[11:10] Mets and David go into depth with how important a positive mindset is throughout David’s cricket career while spending time away

[15:31] David speaks about he’s started to focus on learning more and finding interests outside of cricket

[17:40] David and Mets discuss the Ashes and the significance of the event between England and Australia

[22:30] David talks about encouraging red ball ticket and how important it is for experienced cricket players to inspire youngsters

[24:50] Finally, David discusses how to gain confidence in the game and everyday life

You can find David on Instagram @davidwarner31

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