Virat Kohli is one of the most loved and respected personalities in India. The Indian captain is a big fitness freak and he is known to be very particular about his diet and routine which has contributed immensely towards his success and aggressive state of mind.
When Virat Kohli made his debut for India, he was a little overweight and had minor fitness issues. once told in an interview that he very careless about his fitness and diet. But, one day, former Indian coach Duncan Fletcher gave him a bit of lecture on fitness and that changed his life.
When Virat went back to his hotel room, he looked at himself and asked “Is this how a sportsman should look like?” And the answer from within was no. That day Kohli decided that he will utmost importance to his fitness and, now, he is one of the fittest cricketers in the world.
Virat Kohli puts in a lot of effort behind his fit body. He hits the gym twice and maintains a strict diet to monitor his physical growth. But the most astonishing part of his diet is his water, which he specially imports from France.
The water which costs around Rs 600 per liter is an essential part of Virat Kohli’s diet. It is imported from France and is known to have rich nutritional values. The Evian water as it is called,
- Reduces weight
- Decreases anxiety
- Keeps the skin clear
Virat is not the only celebrity who uses this brand of water. Generally footballers like Ronaldo, Messi etc are known to be big consumers of such type of mineral water. In fact this is not the most expensive brand of water. A Japanese company produces Fillico water which comes around for Rs 26,000 per liter.
We can only imagine the effect that water is having on Virat’s body but looking at results and his physical transformation, it looks like some magical water.
Virat Kohli has time and again said that giving importance to fitness was the turning point in his career. He was always a very good batsman but working hard in gym everyday and maintaining a disciplined diet helped him in preparing better for the matches and this eventually improved his game.
Virat has, in fact, started a very healthy fitness trend in Indian cricket. Since his appointment as captain, selectors have started giving more preference to fitness. And, if we look Indian cricketers, they are all very fit and keep sharing their gym selfies and videos on social networking websites.