Virat Kohli Shares Lockdown Fitness Videos

Virat Kohli takes body goals to a new level impressing fans including South African cricketer AB De Villiers with his latest lockdown fitness videos.

Watching fitness videos while hogging on a platter of pyaz ke pakode is my way of killing Monday blues amid lockdown. It’s not that I didn’t think, ‘Yaar jitney din lockdown pe hu, utney din roz 1 ghanta exercise karungi.’ But you know how it is when you have four other family members who thought, ‘Lockdown me chef ban jaenge’. But guilt started kicking in when I saw Virat Kohli’s fitness regime.

The Indian cricket team captain has been updating his fans with his quarantine routine through his social media. He has posted several videos where he’s seen acing multiple exercises, even the Olympic weightlifting technique, reported The Indian Express.

Earlier this week, he shared a video of him attempting an impressive weightlifting exercise, reported Zee News.

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Earn it. Don't demand it.

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Several fans, including South African cricketer AB De Villiers were impressed by his amazing feat.

And recently, he gave me a backache when he attempted one of the top exercises and gave a shot at ‘180 landings’.

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My first shot at 180 landings. Top exercise 👌

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Here’s the 31-year-old skipper performing the back jump squat.

It will be safe to say, our captain is obsessed with weight training.

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Well, I think I already lost a lot kilo just watching him working out. Here’s an inspiration for you to ditch the cakes and pizzas and burn that lockdown weight at home. All the best, guys.

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Naufal Khan was the Publisher at ADISHAKTI MEDIA and the editor-in-chief of the South African Indian news service Indian Spice. Khan was former Sunday Times journalist and also an occult fiction and non-fiction writer with several published titles.