Virat Kohli often posts his fitness video on social media accounts. His fans go crazy over them every time and make those clippings viral. But this time Kohli received comment from a celebrity cricketer. David Warner commented on how he absolutely loves Kohli’s fitness.
Kohli’s influence in the team
Virat Kohli’s fitness regime and diet are quite famous among cricket fans and cricketers as well. He is the reason behind the fitness freakiness of Indian cricketers. While the older generations of Indian cricketers were not so much highlighted for their on-field efforts, Virat Kohli’s team is exactly opposite. The fielding of the contemporary Indian cricket team amazes everyone. Their fitness routine in everyday life is followed by millions. This change came after Kohli took charge of the team. He transformed the whole scenario which eventually benefitted the team performance overall.
Indian cricket team’s fitness training has become tougher day by day. The yo-yo test conducted by the physio to test the fitness of the cricketers is easily one of the best in the world presently. The whole concept of fitness and proper diet was brought by none but the skipper to the team.
When Warner praises Kohli
Kohli who is arguably the fittest cricketer in the world currently often posts his personal training video on his social media channels. Tuesday was just another day in Virat’s life when he posted a video of himself training his abs. He took to Instagram to post the same and mentioned how he hardly takes any off-day from his training. Right after the post, amidst the praises of fans, there was one post from David Warner, the Aussie superstar.
The opening batsman of Australian cricket team replied to the video and tried to pull Indian skipper’s leg by commenting, “Oh I love this man ABS ABS “. The message did not miss Virat’s attention and he replied to the conversation in a similar tone by writing, “hahahaha”
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