Ryan Harris on feeling the game, finding the zip and bouncing back

Our first guest of 2021 is one of my old teammates and one of the most skilled fast bowlers I have ever played with, Ryan Harris. Ryno came into international cricket late in his career but boy, he didn't waste any time making an impact and helped Australia win the 2013-14 Ashes and the following series in South Africa. Since his retirement in 2015, Ryno has turned his attention towards coaching and on this episode he shares the invaluable lessons he has learnt as a player and a coach. 

Episode rundown

02:58 - We start by talking through Ryno's career highlights, namely the 2013-14 Ashes and 2014 tour of South Africa

13:14 - Ryno was a master of his craft and here he explains what worked for him and his technical checklist

22:18 - Managing injury is part and parcel of being a fast bowler and here is how Ryno looked after his body

30:09 - We then talk about the mental side of the game and how Ryno had to develop and work on his mental skills throughout his career

42:13 - Having suffered a number of setbacks in his playing days, Ryno learnt different ways to deals with each challenge

48:01 - We discuss how Ryno handled the media and his advice for aspiring players using social media

54:20 - Ryno talks about how he has handled his income and what he would change if he had his time over again

1:01:20 - Here Ryno talks about the mantra he lives by

1:05:56 - The inspiring people Ryno has met

1:11:34 - We finish with Ryno discussing his favourite documentaries

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