In the midst of the coronavirus lockdown – without any exercise centres opening up – cricketers are finding better approaches to stay fit – be it India all-rounder Hardik Pandya or captain Virat Kohli. Submitting a general direction to his seniors, India opener Mayank Agarwal posted an image on his Instagram handle on Saturday where he can be found in a topsy turvy present while trying to balance his body – an activity thought about useful for reinforcing the centre.
Mayank captioned the picture as, “On a scale of 1 to 10, the head rush I get when I’m trying to explore the ‘Upside Down’ is ELEVEN.”
Kohli and Ishant Sharma Trolls Back Mayank Agarwal
But, unfortunately, his endeavour exploded backwards as Kohli and India pacer Ishant Sharma simmered him. While Kohli responded in an amusing manner saying that it appears the lockdown has arrived at unendurable statures for Mayank, Ishant as well, was not a long ways behind as he asked how the world looked from that position. Lockdown has reached unbearable limits I guess,” Kohli wrote. “raje duniya ulti dikh rhi hai ya seedhi,” wrote Ishant.
In the interim, a few cricketers after a stay at home for a quarter of a year have continued preparing like Rohit Sharma, Robin Uthappa, Ravichandran Ashwin, Cheteshwar Pujara and Mohammed Shami.
Virat Kohli’s Favorite Workout
Indian skipper Virat Kohli, regarded as the fittest cricketer of his generation, on Friday said that ‘power snatch’ is an exercise he could do every day.
The right-handed batsman shared a 26-second long video on Twitter with a caption,” If I had to make a choice of one exercise to do every day, this would be it. Love the power snatch.”
The 31-year-old was seen performing the power snatch, which also happens to be his favourite exercise.