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Kohli shows how to do power snatch right, reveals retirement plan

Away from cricket but keeping his fitness levels intact during the COVID-19 lockdown, Virat Kohli’s passion for fitness comes through in the videos he shares on Instagram.

In his most recent, awe inspiring fitness video, the Indian skipper can be seen doing the not so easy power snatch. “If I had to make a choice of one exercise to do everyday, this would be it. Love the power snatch," wrote Kohli. 


If I had to make a choice of one exercise to do everyday, this would be it. Love the power snatch 💪😃

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One of the fittest players of the game, Virat Kohli also gave his close to 67 million Instagram followers a surprise by revealing  his retirement plans. 

When former England captain Kevin Pietersen commented on the video, telling him to , “Get on a Bike!”, the Indian captain responded, "after retirement". 

Screengrab: Instagram/Virat Kohli
Screengrab: Instagram/Virat Kohli

Though Kohli's followers got emotional at the mention of his retirement, Australian opener David Warner posted a hilarious comment.

Warner, who’s moved from Tik-Tok to fitness himself, after the app got banned in India told the Indian Skipper, “Weight looks a little easy” with the 'tears of joy' emoji. 

Photo Courtesy : Virat Kohli/Instagram
Photo Courtesy : Virat Kohli/Instagram

Kohli's other teammates are also working hard on their fitness but with rapidly increasing coronavirus cases in the country, it seems difficult that fans will see Indian players back on the ground anytime soon. 

India is now the 3rd worst hit country by the coronavirus in the world.

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