The technology matrix and experience of CPL Master Fitter’s Chris Hall & Shannon Young provides players with the highest level of service available in the cricket world.
The very first step in our process is to determine a players Key Performance Indicator - what is the single outcome variable that will positively impact and improve performance to achieve the best outcome for their game.
This could be Exit Velocity (Timing), Launch Angle, Shot Direction, Bat Velocity/Speed, Bat Control, Time to Impact or even a shot type or delivery type.
The static measurements include the length, weight, profile, handle, and most importantly Balance Point Index (BPI). BPI being our proprietary inferential measurement that allows us to compare how one bat swings compared to another, even across different profiles and weights.
Below is a detailed timeline of our in-house process for this Bat Fitting Experience.
1. OBU Screening, TPI Power Testing, BPL Biometric Measurements and Player Interview
• This is where we measure the limb lengths, grip strength, horse power, range of motion and gain player input about strengths & weakness of their game, favourite shots, why the player uses their current model bat etc…
Capturing this information allows us to use our AI Supervised and Unsupervised models to learn more about how each individual’s body and bat work together.