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.
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Earlier on Thursday, Kohli shared another workout video, where he was seen doing flying clap push-ups, inspired by all-rounder Hardik Pandya.
India has not played any international cricket since March, their last series against South Africa was called-off due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Sunil Gavaskar Draws Similarities between Kohli and Viv Richards
Indian skipper Virat Kohli is broadly hailed as extraordinary compared to other batsmen in the cutting edge period. Since making his international debut in 2008, Kohli has never looked behind and proceeded to content various batting records with and vanquished new regions with his expertise and enthusiasm.
Loading acclaim on the cutting edge ‘run-machine’, the former skipper Sunil Gavaskar has drawn similitudes among Kohli and West Indies legend Viv Richards. Gavaskar said that the current Indian skipper’s batting is fundamentally the same as that of Richards.
The 31-year-old Kohli is the main batsman in the world who averages more than 50 in every one of the three configurations (Tests, ODIs and T20Is) of the game. Richards in the interim is viewed as one of the best batsmen ever to play the game.
“The Little Master’ recalled what it was like to play against Richards and stated Kohli also bats like the way the former West Indies talisman used to do. “It was very difficult to keep Viv Richards quiet when he was at the crease,” Gavaskar said on Star Sports’ show ‘Winning the Cup — 1983’.