Vegetarian Virat Kohli busts the ‘biggest myth’ of a follower who said, ‘You can’t be muscular if you don’t eat meat’
Virat Kohli has set high standards with work ethic and consistency. Virat is currently on a break from his work duties. But the prolific doughnut trains intensely even when he’s at rest. Recently, Virat shared a lifting roller on Instagram where he can be seen working out in the gym. Moreover, Virat’s chiseled physique is highly visible in Reel and has left netizens awestruck by his chiseled abs and legs.
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Many fans commented on Virat’s participation and appreciated his commitment and discipline. However, one comment caught the star’s attention India Mixture. One Instagram user wrote, “And then they say you can’t be muscular if you don’t eat meat.” Virat responded to this comment and wrote: “Hahaha, the biggest legend in the world.”
It is worth noting that Kohli was a foodie as a teenager. He used to enjoy food items like cola baatur and mutton biryani. But the 34-year-old changed his eating habits to a great extent and turned to a vegetarian.
Both Virat and his wife Anushka Sharma They are animal lovers and have adopted a meat-free lifestyle. They even invested in a local plant-based meat company earlier this year.
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Although India were knocked out of the T20 World Cup in the semi-finals, the former India captain had dreams of a tournament. Virat scored 296 points in the entire tournament and finished as the top scorer in the World Cup. It can be said with certainty that Virat rediscovered Mogo. He will be keen to maintain his goal-scoring prowess when India take on Bangladesh in the three-match ODI, two-Test match series. Virat always enjoyed playing against Bangladesh and scored big goals against the Bangla Tigers. His last Test also came against Bangladesh. Skipper Rohit Sharma and coach Rahul Dravid hope Virat’s purple patch will continue in that series as well.
India team is currently touring New Zealand. But Kohli is not part of that tour as he has been relaxing alongside the other top players. India is doing well in the absence of many stars. The Men in Blue had already recorded a rare T20I series win against the Kiwis when the third match ended in a draw.
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