What keeps our Indian team going?

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We Indian can proudly say that we are the homeland for cricket legends like Sunil Gavaskar, Sachin Tendulkar, Kapil Dev, Sourav Ganguly, MS Dhoni, and last but not the least, Virat Kohli. The World Cup fever is ON and we can’t keep calm. It’s time to cheer our lungs out (not literally) for our one and only Men in Blue during Cricket World Cup.

 

It takes a lot of efforts and practice to hit it out really hard and we often end up thinking “ Ye khatey kya hai”. Well, we will tell you how they stand strong even with their sports-related stress; the Injury-free cricketers are an asset to the National team amid this decisive championship, so we will share all the possibility of work-out regimes, diet plans and cricket-related injuries that go into the regular routine of the Indian cricketers.

 

Workouts:

Improving the adaptability of the body is the way to the cricketers' wellness routine. It brings down the danger of damage of the body joints and delicate tissues, likewise fortifying the body for the on-field play.

Cricketers practice exercises like quadriceps extend, standing hamstring stretch, and straight leg raises for facilitating the solidness around knees; hamstring twists, one-leg divider slides, internal thigh lifts and so forth to avoid guarantee ligament harm. Chest area activities fortify arms and middle for better accuracy during gameplay. Stretching hamstrings and quads, and eccentric training can help bring down the power of lower body damage. Eccentric training involves reducing weight at the time of shoulder press while bringing down the body and performing pull-ups as well as the downward motion of push-ups. Such activities push the muscles to withstand the regular failure point.

 

Diet:

Cricketers' eating routine incorporates entire grains, dairy items, organic product, lean proteins and vegetables. Nutritious carbs get changed in accordance with preparing and as per match demands. Enormous preparing days mean Greek yogurt, natural product, or wholegrain muesli bars. Lower task days mean higher protein and lower starch admission through fish, wholegrain wafers, vegetable sticks, boiled eggs and so on.

 

Injuries and Treatment:

The Odds of increased cricket is because of surprising increment in international matches being played. Target zones for cricket-related wounds are shoulders, lower back, and knees, particularly for a bowler. Quick bowlers will in general harm knees because of the power created through knee-joints that may prompt torn tissues or tendon tear.

Different sorts of wounds can influence cricketers on the field. Alternatives for quick treatment is to apply an ice pack over the influenced locale, for around twenty-thirty minutes after every three-four hours, and pressure by an elastic bandage to check the inflammation.

 

Fluid Needs:

This relies upon playing style, position, and climate conditions. Checking the individual fluid loses of cricketers is significant since the unreasonable fluid loss (around 2% of the body weight) can damage bowling exactness, running rate, cooling capacity and fixation. Cricketers need to top off on essential liquids during warm-ups, dinner and drink break, wicket-falls and even when not playing.

As per Indian team captain, Virat Kohli, the Healthier body has made him both a superior batsman and an enhanced fielder. Well, we can’t disagree with that. So as we cheer for our Men dressed in Blue to win the World Cup 2019, let every one of us pursue their prompt to live an increasingly dynamic, fit and solid way of life, and become better performers throughout everyday life.

 

Written By -

Shivani Sharma