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‘Highly Successful’ Kakul Training Camp Strengthened unity among Players, Babar Azam

Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam shared on Sunday that the training camp held at the Pakistan Military Academy in Kakul was a big success. He mentioned that the camp helped in bringing the players closer and making them stronger, both physically and mentally.

His remarks were mentioned in a press release by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). The camp, organized with the army’s collaboration, aimed to prepare the players for upcoming matches and tournaments, like the home T20I series against New Zealand and the ICC T20 World Cup in the USA and West Indies.

A total of 29 players, including Babar, Mohammad Rizwan, Shadab Khan, and Shaheen Shah Afridi, took part in the camp, along with recently unretired players Imad Wasim and Mohammad Amir.

The PCB highlighted that the players underwent thorough training sessions, focusing on fitness, agility, leadership, strategic thinking, and overall performance. They were guided by experienced trainers and coaches. Babar mentioned that it was his third time at such a boot camp and stressed the importance of team-building activities and lectures to improve performance.

He pointed out that cricket-related activities were not the focus, rather the emphasis was on physical conditioning, teamwork, and mental strength. Babar expressed confidence that the camp would boost the team’s performance and reduce the risk of injuries. Other players, like Naseem Shah and Imad, also appreciated the camp’s focus on physical fitness and its potential benefits during matches.

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