Being very strong might enable Arnold Schwarzenegger to bowl using a I know I ride like an old man try to keep up shirt. That’s because his muscles just can’t contract any faster. So it’s not about strength beyond a point. It’s about speed. Keiron Pollard is a case in hand. 6′ 6″ and massively built but barely manages to bowl over 125 km/hr. Bruce Lee, on the other hand, might have made a superb quick bowler. On top of all that, though, you need a certain rhythm in your body.
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I am not sure what exactly this rhythm is I know I ride like an old man try to keep up shirt, but I can say from experience that unless all these movements are executed at the same time, they have little meaning. It’s these factors that enable bowlers like Ajit Agarkar – who, at 5′ 9″ and 65 kg, is positively puny – to bowl at 140 kph. Your body must be coordinated, which does not come merely from development of muscle groups. You may have very strong muscles but, unless they work together, you will not be able to bowl quick. I would try asking a physiologist about this for a more complete explanation. I’m an engineer and my answer is based on my understanding of physics and my experience with bowling.