New Surrey signing Plunkett has been a key member of Englands one-day team over the past four years, taking 56 wickets in 34 matches since the start of 2017.
At the age of 33, Plunkett accepts the 2019 World Cup provides him with one last chance to lift the prestigious trophy and he is doing all he can to ensure he if fit and raring to go when the tournament starts.
You dont want to go away from what works but you need to improve on that, the former Yorkshire bowler told ESPNcricinfo.
Do you need to get lighter as you get older to get that snap? Thats what Ive tried to do over the last two months, to train different. I always feel like Im in good shape but do you get lighter?
Reading articles about the best sportsmen, [such as] Ronaldo and LeBron James, they get lighter and they get more powerful.
Thats something Im working on, because I still want to run up and bowl 90mph.
Im pretty much teetotal for the summer, because this is probably my last chance to play in the World Cup, and Im looking at my rest and recovery, because sometimes you over-train and when it comes to the game, you dont always bowl as quick as you want, because youve burnt yourself out a little bit.
Plunkett was Englands stand-out bowler in 2017 but his stock has fallen slightly over the past six months.
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