Yuvraj Salvi seems to be making progress in the field of cricket with leaps and bounds. After being qualified as the ICC (International Cricket Council) level 1 cricket coach and also recieving ASCA-Australian Strength & Conditioning Association (ASCA) level 1 certification, he has added another success story in his cap as BCCI roped him for the U16 South Zone Camp as the Strength & Conditioning coach.
In 2018, Yuvraj was signed by the Mumbai Cricket Association for the U16 Girl’s team as the strength & conditioning coach, he was also called for the Strength & Conditioning workshop at NCA in February 2019 becoming the youngest trainer at the age of 22 to be appointed by the National Cricket Academy for the Under 23 Camp in May 2019.
Yuvraj was also recently appointed by the Zonal Cricket Academy and he aims for a Ranji Trophy Team this season as a Strength & Conditioning Coach. At a young age, he has developed a rich experience in the field of fitness working on cricketers from different parts of the world like New Zealand, Canada, Oman, Australia and UAE.
Yuvraj is at present one of the most qualified Strength & Conditioning coaches in India by international certification bodies such as (ACSM, ASCA, ESA, CSCS, ICC).
Cricketgraph wishes Yuvraj to keep progressing in cricket like the way he has been growing over the years.