Updated: May 20, 2020 1:32:28 pm
Despite being packed inside with zero sporting actions resulting from coronavirus pandemic, India skipper Virat Kohli is ensuring that he doesn’t lose out on his health. The right-handed batsman not too long ago shared a video of him doing laps in his society complex and on Tuesday he gave his followers one other glimpse from his train routine.
The skipper posted a video on Twitter, during which he was seen lifting a barbell whereas performing squats. Kohli, who’s arguably the fittest candidate from the Indian camp, captioned it: “Earn it. Don’t demand it”.
Earn it. Don’t demand it. pic.twitter.com/4qjXlTrqaK
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) May 19, 2020
Kohli has impressed everybody along with his health regime, one thing even former England captain Nasser Hussain mentioned recently. In a dialog with veteran cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle, the previous cricketer acknowledged the transition Kohli has introduced within the present Indian unit when it comes to health.
“I think the way Kohli has driven India, you know their fitness, change in culture, and their winning mentality is all down to Kohli,” Nasser stated.
The 31-year-old has been the spine of Indian batting line-up and has led his facet from the entrance on most events. He is at present the top-ranked batsman within the ICC Men’s ODI batting rating and holds the second spot behind Australia’s Steve Smith within the longer format of the sport.
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