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Ha, ha, I have no fucking clue :D
Last night I saw the Quora notification alert :D
Harsha Bhogle is taking question, ask your question
I thought, “Wow, finally Mr Bhogle!”
I thought about asking, “Who will be no 4 batsman in India's batting line-up in WC?”
Then as I was expected that was the first question :D
But then I saw probably 1000+ questions were asked and then I realised that in no chance in hell, he could answer my question so then I tried to see what kind of questions are people asking
Oh! My! My! :D
People ask such Stupid questions :D
Who is better Rahul Dravid or Sachin Tendulkar?
Who is better captain Rahul Dravid or Sachin Tendulkar?
Who is more stylish batsman Rahul Dravid or Sachin Tendulkar?
Who has better techniques Rahul Dravid or Sachin Tendulkar?
Should Sachin Tendulkar be slapped for wrongly accusing Rahul Dravid for not letting him to score a double century?
Why is Sachin Tendulkar better batsman than Rahul Dravid? Isn't it the other way around?
Why people think Sachin Tendulkar is greatest batsman on planet when he only played for himself and Rahul Dravid got the blame for being a selfish batsman? How is it justified?
There were more on Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid. I mean, seriously guys, you need to move on, it's not 90s anymore
I mean for god's sake don't ask such stupid ‘who is better’ question. These are most cringeworthy questions. Grow up :D
But was this finished here?
Oh! New chapter started…
Who is better Rohit Sharma or Sachin Tendulkar?
Who is better Rohit Sharma or Virat Kohli?
Who is better Virat Kohli or Sachin Tendulkar?
Who is better Rohit Sharma or Rahul Dravid?
Who is better Virat Kohli or Rahul Dravid?
Who is better captain Rohit Sharma or Virat Kohli?
Who is best Captain out of this four Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli or Sachin Tendulkar or Rahul Dravid?
Should Virat Kohli be slapped and brought down to reality?
Does Virat Kohli deserve the tag of best cricketer?
Is Virat Kohli as good as his market value?
Isn't Virat Kohli overrated?
Shouldn't Virat Kohli now only concentrate on bollywood with his wife?
Crazy idiots!!!!!! :II
Oh! If anyone interested I asked, “What do you think about the idea that T10 cricket as Olympic format since even T20Is are long for Olympic?”
I don't think I will ever get an answer to that question :D
Harsha Bhogle probably left as soon as he entered Quora, I know I would have :D
What is your opinion on Virat Kohli's reaction to fan's tweet saying he likes foreign players better?
I absolutely support Virat Kohli on this.
That guy was a troll and he got what he deserved
Frankly I thought Virat Kohli was very nice specially being an Indian captain.
Not just that the guy was idiot and delusional but his comments were racist (‘these Indians') as well.
First of all, India isn't a country made of people from other contintents like America which is basically made of Europeans.
This is not a country made of immigration where after Hitler phobia, it's cool to bash or discredit by thinking it is cool to bash nationalism or patriotism.
You have personal choice whether to like some players or not but if you have the freedom of speech to say this kind of things then you can't complain if someone else return you with the same treatment.
Being Indian captain has nothing to do with this.
This is the age of social media.
This is not the era of gentleman which was created by British manipulation by the way which they themselves reject now (irony anyone!!!)
And some people in India are singing the same old song tought by the British (:D)
It's absolutely ridiculous.
Personally, I never liked this Harsha Bhogle fellow.
I mean what does he think he is?
He neither a cricketer nor anything
Just a commentator by having sheer luck in some times in the past.
So it doesn't matter what he says
Let me tell you one thing here which might surprise a lot of people here, Harsha isn't popular among majority of Indian cricket fans in India.
Yep, that's right.
This is not the first time he has taken a position regarding on a matter that has certain political hint on it.
He is always available for comment in NDTV which everyone knows what kind of channel.
Even in Kashmir controversy before he took a position that indirectly was against India's interest and in line with NDTV's propaganda.
He is the guy who is also known for his Mumbai biased commentary as well.
He is one of those notorious Mumbai lobby commentator.
So I am not surprised that he said such thing about Virat Kohli as well.
Virat Kohli does not live in a bubble.
He isn't a rich bubble wrap guy.
Infact anyone who knows him will tell you that he is one of the most realistic and rational thinking invidual going around in whole India.
Have anyone listened to any interview of Virat Kohli?
Does he sound like some rich clueless nutjob like Rahul Gandhi?
He is within his right to reply
He is absolutely right when he said that if that guy didn't like Indian cricketers only like foreign cricketers then he should live in those countries.
This is a very normal comment.
This is also a reality check for that delusional idiot individual who was basically a troll.
My respect for Virat Kohli has increased even more after this incident.
Personally, I never liked this old fashioned attitude of Indians who are supposed to be defensive and nice and politically correct even when the other person is completely wrong.
Thank God we are living in a more politically incorrect era where you don't have to be nice all the time.
Thank God for social media.
Thank God that Virat represent this new fearless Indians who doesn't take a backseat even if it looks somewhat ugly to those old fashioned insecured politically correct Indians.
They can go to hell.
How can one become like Virat Kohli or big hitter of cricket ball like Chris Gayle?
Very simple practice, practice and practice in nets, your aim would be to become very good timer of cricket ball. This is the first lesson in cricket, if you want to be a big hitter.
However, if you want to be a hard hitter like Chris Gayle then it's a completely different ball game all together. Just follow how Virat Kohli did it from someone who was a orthodox touch player.
First of all, Virat Kohli isn't God, he is just you and me like normal Indian, but then how he reached where he is - he was a chubby boy like most Indian kid, but with tremendous hunger to learn and willing to do anything(positive things) to be better than before is actually the key for him.
Now, let's come to the most obvious thing, he has very good techniques. But many Indian cricketers are also have that who are struggling in domestic cricket and people generally consider them boring cricketer with limited potential for international cricket. Because there is some reality attached to that. One thing these guys have in common in India that they know how to play big innings. But they lack kind of fitness and mentality Virat kholi possess. Virat also was not that impressive in the beginning of his early career in domestic cricket despite his obvious success in under 19 cricket, but so did some others before him. What separate them from him- timing and hunger and absolutely no compromise attitude. When he entered the IPL (which was at it's beginning too), he suddenly came into contact with the sport strengthening work out and also rise of the Internet helped. Most of the South African, Australian, New Zealanders, West Indian and English cricketers follow Base ball hitting strength-oriented workouts and that's why they hit the way they do. Virat learned all this faster than everyone because of his un put down - able attitude. He quickly realized what he needs to do to be a top quality cricketer who has the ability to destroy and also adapt according to the situation and also build innings(this is very important as this separates him from someone like Pollard). The workout ethics and international athletic diet helped him become more gritty than ever before and also very very strong in mind(which fuelled by his attitude). He wants to be best in the world and win everything that is in front of him, look at how he builds innings, no lethargy, he does what needs to be done, no matter how hard he has to work in the process. This is because of his international athletic training which every young Indian cricketer should do with absolutely no compromise attitude and don't forget not to be someone like Pollard. This is pretty much what makes Virat kholi what he is. You don't need to copy Virat kholi's stance and batting techniques. You can emulate(this is coming from a guy from Kolkata who has nothing to do with Mumbai or Delhi, so you can trust it is actually unbiased) Rohit Sharma's batting techniques too. I personally think he is an outstanding batman but the difference between him(even though he too is a very hard worker) and Virat is - Rohit doesn't possess that kind of ruthless mentality and willing to do anything to be perfect attitude. Virat now trained himself in such a position that he can train hard in gym even after scoring a hundred in one of days in a test match so that he can turned that into a double hundreds. That is what we called sports endurance in gym. Being a gym freak, let me tell you, anyone can be like that, but no one can teach you that Virat kholi type of attitude. You should be able push yourself in the correct manner to have that.
This is athletical body building :
You can follow UFC light weight fighter Jose Aldo's training and diet.
If you want to be someone like Aldo then diet is very important, in fact in some cases more important than what you are doing in gym. So I am giving the diet that Aldo follows (remember what works for him may not work for you perfectly because every person's requirement and metabolism is different and diet should be according to that, so this is a good example to follow and as you know more about your body, you can decide what works best for you or you can consult with a dietician, you can choose not to follow this)
Breakfast at 8.30am: 2 pieces of toast and a cup of coffee with milk.
At 10.30am: half of a cereal bar.
At 2pm: lunch is salad, chicken or fish.
At 6pm: other half of cereal bar.
At 9pm: salad with chicken or fish.
Goes to bed at 11pm.
Work out :
12 burpees with medicine ball.
2. 12 pull up
3. 12 body excess weight shoulder press
4. 12 reverse rows.
5. 12 single leg squats (each and every leg).
6. 20 push up.
7. 30 seconds planks (elbows).
8. 30 seconds planks (top of the push up placement).
9. Three 10 seconds sprints with 32 seconds rest in between.
Other than the 9th one, every workout has to be done without the rest. Total 9 workouts are called 1st circuit. Relaxation for 1 minute and then repeat the next circuit other than only doing 11 reps for the 1st five physical workouts.
Give the MMA workout program a try out and see if you can beat Jose Aldo's time of significantly less than 35 minutes. Good luck.
This is how basically an athlete trains himself in gym.
Now notice this following picture and practice every cricket shots(orthodox or unorthodox) using that resistance bands(you can find it online)
Now follow these cricket hitting strength training videos -
This video is about Baseball but it works for cricket too perfectly.
This is a renowned baseball player who knows a thing or two about hitting, just remove everything that is associated with baseball and soak everything that is perfect for cricket because baseball and cricket are very similar except a few things.
This guy is also renowned for giving strength hitting tips for baseball and again get rid of the baseball part and soak everything else, he has some valuable tips about what you(a cricketer) should be doing in order to be better at hitting and over all fitness, don't ignore anything, everything is valuable here.
These guys are more general but follow their tips too.
Last but not the least, this is absolutely top level athletic workout, this is excellent for your core.
What is Success?
*At the age of 4 years ...* *Success is.*
That you do not urinate in your pants,
*At the age of 8 years ...* *Success is..*
To know the way back home.
*At the age of 12 years,* *success is..*
To have friends.
*At the age of 18 years,* *success is.*
To get a driver's license.
*At the age of 23 years,* *success is.*
To graduate from a university.
*At the age of 25 years,* *success is.*
To get an earning.
*At the age of 30 years,* *success is.*
To be a family Man.
*At the age of 35 years,* *success is.*
To make money.
*At the age of 45 years,* *success is.*
To maintain the appearance of a young man.
*At the age of 50 years,* *success is.*
To provide good education for your children.
*At the age of 55 years,* *success is.*
To still be able to perform your duties well.
*At the age of 60 years,* *success.*
To still be able to keep driving license.
*At the age of 65 years,* *success is.*
To live without disease.
*At the age of 70 years,* *success is.*
To not be a burden on any one.
*At the age of 75 years,* *success is.*
To have old friends.
*At the age of 81 years,* *success is.*
To know the way back home.
*At the age of 86 years,* *success is.*
That not to urinate in your pants again.
One of the best messages I have ever read.
Life is a cycle..
Why a lot of certain Indians hate Virat Kohli despite his success?
It's not as simple question as one might think.
It's far more deep rooted than an angry brash cocky young man issue.
See there's a reason why we are where we are
Everything is interconnected.
There's a reason why we invented so many religions of the world
Why Gandhi Ji's ideal looks so appealing to us?
Why are we so conservative?
Why we have been colonized in the past first by Mughals and then by the British?
Why our World view is so naturally black and white?
More importantly this question is showing the sign of Indian issues, people in India most likely associated aggression with the negativity as we honestly don't really compete in the global stages or win (whatever little or whenever we do we think that's more than enough for our virtue, so we become even more confident in our ways)
So we don't have much experience in this matter.
So as a result we basically not very good at handling this kind of stuff naturally which is shaped by our history, past experience, societal norms and philosophy (with or without religious)
As I said before, our history of colonisation first by the Mughal and then by British is the proof of that and this is another reason why Gandhi's ideal looks so appealing to us naturally or for that matter religious morality or invention of so many religions of the world, we have religious morality of black and white world view so entrenched in our blood.
So no wonder we will feel this way.
But things are changing with times, we are changing, Virat Kohli is just another example of that.
So no wonder people will have so many issues with Virat Kohli
This is the original reason why so many Indians don't like Virat Kohli, it's not Virat Kohli problem, it is indian issue