Virat Kohli calling ODIs irrelevant in the T20 World Cup year ‘wrong,’ feels Ashish Nehra, former India pacer
Ashish Nehra – Former fast bowler disagreed with Virat Kohli’s thought school on the Indian captain about the result of ODI series being ‘irrelevant’ in a T20 World Cup year.
Reacting to India’s 3-0 drubbing in the ODI series during their New Zealand tour in February, Kohli said the series outcome didn’t carry much weight as one-day cricket wasn’t as important as T20Is and Tests in 2020.
Nehra, who played his last international match under Kohli’s captaincy in 2017 and later became IPL’s bowling coach, Royal Challengers Bangalore, a team led by Kohli, said in an online chat with cricketer-turned commentator Aakash Chopra.
“I thought it’s incorrect to say it’s an ODI and T20 format doesn’t matter,” he said, “If it no matter then why are you playing it? Are you saying me that the Indian team not even try to win those matches against opponent New Zealand?” He, who was part of India’s 2011 World Cup-winning team, additional that the current Indian team was “wounding and adjusting too much.”
“I feel the team organization has strained to keep the players on their toes a slight too much in the last 2 years. Although it’s necessary to keep a player on his toes if you feel he’s lagging behind, there’s been too much chopping and change over the last two years and that doesn’t help,” Nehra said. KL Rahul’s playing there and the guy you’ve been trained to take MS Dhoni’s spot, Rishabh Pant, is ferrying drinks. There’s a lot of potential in this squad, but they need to be backed up for a long time,” he added.
As for the on-going discussion on prohibition the use of saliva and sweat to polish the ball, due to the health risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, He said any changes introduced by the ICC should be considered by balancing its risks and benefits.
“We don’t know how the ball would turn. It can happen that the ball won’t swing or it’ll swing too much, so there shouldn’t be a hurry to restart cricket and all changes should be considered.”
Many people don’t know that there are lots of benefits when hitting a punching bag and it also helps to gain strength. Here, some of the benefits of hitting a punching bag to gain strength.
The physical work out which include boxing practices like punching and kicking with or without gloves. This become more popular in personal workout and in the gym.
And finally, the punching bag has become a major part of our effective routine at home, so for both cardio and strengthening the combinations are unlimited. Here, let me explain some of the benefits even better.
When hitting the punching bag it does not require only the movements of arm, so we can only able to bend our wrist. A good punch will surely make us to move our hip and ankle and also boost our back with even more tighten our abs.
So, we can think when making these movements it will combine to throw every punch back to back it creates resistance quickly.
2.QUICK AND MOVE SPECIAL MOVEMENTS
The balance of the bag is been Natural. The effect that occurs after an each impact that forces
us to move along with it, by blocking or getting out of its way, a good blow can look for an
angle neither far or short.
This is an element of an reaction were the condition is not in the other exercises. And also it
teaches us the distance and space from the reaction of our punches and kicks.
3.GETTING FIT FASTER
It will be surprising, only maximum an hour of training gives a rapid strength with the sand
that makes up to 700 calories. And moreover, most of the people do not spend mush time
with the boxing gloves. Every one have there own style of punching and secrets.
When we have a punching bag at the right place in our house it gives a great company at our
spare time by hitting and gradual movements. We can also spend even more time in the daily
activity with the proper rest time.
This physical activity helps us to bring more self-confidence and knowing the defense skills
will make us to feel even more safer at the time of risk situations. We will be confident at the
time of facing any threat.
Not to mention, that the physique we get will make us
self-satisfaction or make others to speak up where ever we go.
Having any kind of work pressure or mind stress these kind of physical power training helps
to forget those uncomfortable situations and improves to gain positive knowledge. Only the
benefit of hitting the punching bag and the movement of kicks for an couple of hours makes a
real stress relief with improving concentration for longer period.
6.IMPROVING SELF DEFENSE SKILLS
Being prepared for hitting an heavy sand bag is equal to hitting a large muscular person. So,
the power and techniques we hit in to the punching bag will be same. We can also defend to a
stronger person for the possibility of attack and the need to fight back.
By responding to a physical threat the reaction speed can also be learned in the bag. The
longer we practice boxing it makes us even more strength and gives more confidence in case
of any danger .
7.EQUAL BALANCE AND SELF-COORDINATION
Training with heavy weights with an extra bag it stimulates the whole body with an
improvising routine. Also helps to work each individual leg which goes real hard.
Raising the feet in to upward of reaching maximum will lead in to a proper balance were
hands also coordinate simultaneously. Standing position and foot steps helps in coordination.
And this physical skill protect from the fall of injuries.
BCCI has announced new opening batsman for West Indies Series,
They have planned to give rest for Rohit Sharma because India has Big Series (5 T20, 3 ODI, 2 Test Matches) in New Zealand.
So Mayank Agarwal will be the new opener for West Indies Series, recently Mayank Agarwal shows his tremendous performance on Bangladesh Test Match.