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  1. Hitting six sixes in an over is a herculean task in itself. It is so hard to achieve this feat in cricket that it has only been done a few times. The first cricketer to deposit six deliveries over the ropes in one over was West Indies' Garfield Sobers. He smacked Malcolm Nash for 36 runs in an over during a county game between Glamorgan and Nottinghamshire in 1968. 17 years later, Ravi Shastri matched the feat by hitting Baroda's Tilak Raj for six maximums. It was again a domestic game that saw a bowler concede 36 runs in one over. View this post on Instagram Former chairman of selectors and wicket-keeper Kiran More, on Monday, took to Twitter to reminisce about the occasion and boasted about Shastri's six-hitting prowess. "On this day in 1985 when @RaviShastriOfc struck six sixes in an over against Baroda's Tilak Raj, I was leading the side and keeping too! A very crafty bowler, Tilak, was at the receiving end of Ravi, who was in the middle of a great season. He could really hit big sixes #cricket," More tweeted. On this day in 1985 when @RaviShastriOfc struck six sixes in an over against Baroda's Tilak Raj, I was leading the side and keeping too! A very crafty bowler, Tilak, was at the receiving end of Ravi, who was in the middle of a great season. He could really hit big sixes #cricket — Kiran More (@JockMore) January 10, 2022 Shastri, proud of his achievement, thanked More and said the wicket-keeper batter had the best seat in the house to witness the carnage that was unleashed on that day by the former head coach of Team India. Shastri, who is known to catch eyeballs whenever he posts something on social media, again was on the receiving end of some of the fans' views. Few urged Shastri not to be too overwhelmed by the feat as it was only domestic cricket while one user called Shastri and More 'slaves of Greg Chappell' -- former India head coach. Hahaha....don't be overwhelmed too much buddy....that was still domestic cricket.... — Anand Prakash (@AnandPr31012309) January 10, 2022All I remember of Shastri batting is getting down the track only to defend the ball — Gokul Narasimhan (@NGokul) January 10, 2022Heard that Amrita Singh was watching the game from VIP spactators gallery — Search Engine Marketing (@Sem_content) January 11, 20222 slaves of Greg Chappal praising each other! — Sushanta Paul (@sushant_paul) January 10, 2022 In international cricket, only three players have managed to hit six sixes -- Herschelle Gibbs, Yuvraj Singh and Kieron Pollard. Gibbs had achieved the feat against the Netherlands in the 2007 World Cup while Yuvraj smashed Stuart Broad in the inaugural edition of the World T20 for 36 runs in one over in South Africa. Yuvi also registered the fastest half-century in a T20I, reaching the milestone in just 12 balls. Look out in the crowd! On this day in 2007, @YUVSTRONG12 made #T20WorldCup history, belting six sixes in an over pic.twitter.com/Bgo9FxFBq6 — ICC (@ICC) September 19, 2021 Pollard was the latest entrant in the list as he hit Akila Dananjaya for six consecutive sixes in a T20I in Antigua. View the full article
  2. Jasprit Bumrah is usually considered as a cool and calm individual who rarely loses his cool or engages in a battle on a cricket field. However, the Indian pacer has let his emotions get the better of him in the recent past. Be it his fiery battle with James Anderson or his recent duel with young South Africa pacer Marco Jansen, Bumrah has had a go at his rivals. Bumrah got riled up after Anderson said something to him during a Test match in England and he returned the favour by attacking the England batter with a barrage of short-pitched deliveries. Each step, each success leads to the next one. So proud of this team pic.twitter.com/tXly0dccll — Jasprit Bumrah (@Jaspritbumrah93) September 6, 2021 On Day 3 of the 2nd Test between India and South Africa, it was Bumrah who was on the receiving end of the short ball attack and got hit twice on his body. The 28-year-old then got involved in an animated exchange with Jansen, who had also played for Mumbai Indians alongside Bumrah. This new side of Bumrah has not gone well with former India batter Sanjay Manjrekar. Speaking during a show on ESPN Cricinfo, Manjrekar said he doesn't like this expressive side of Bumrah. The former India batter also urged Bumrah to learn from Sri Lanka's legendary bowler and his role model Lasith Malinga on how to behave when things start to get spicy out in the middle. View this post on Instagram Notably, Bumrah and Malinga have played a lot together for the Mumbai Indians in the IPL and the former has credited Malinga on numerous occasions for the success that he has been able to achieve in the international circuit. "This anger thing is interesting. It happened in England as well and I don't like this side of Bumrah. I like it when things get really hot, he has a smile on his face just like he usually does. Just like Lasith Malinga. It is a side that I don't want to see too much of Bumrah," Manjrekar said. pic.twitter.com/2P5YLGA7E0 — Jasprit Bumrah (@Jaspritbumrah93) July 29, 2021 Just like how a charged up Bumrah spat fire in the England series after a confrontation with Anderson, India would be hoping that his exchange with Jansen can fire him up, and he deliver the goods on the fourth day of the ongoing Test match at the Wanderers and help the team to what would be a historic win. View the full article
  3. Is there a single industry that holds sway over an audience the way Bollywood enjoys in India? They’re the penultimate trendsetters in this country. Bollywood celebs are forever surrounded by doting eyes, looking at them for the latest fashion inspiration, relationship advice, grooming trends and fitness tips. While our intentions might be noble, sometimes, it can border on obsession if we don’t look at the situation with ample nuance. One such person who has been up close and personal with these stars is Shivoham. MensXP connected with him for Bollywood Insiders, an experience curated by Airbnb India, where he highlighted the herculean efforts these celebrities undertake to look the way they do. View this post on Instagram Shivoham is a pioneer of the Indian fitness scene, introducing the country to Crossfit in 2009. He’s even trained your favourite actors such as Aamir Khan, Jacqueline Fernadez, Ranbir Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha. This decorated trainer-to-the-stars knows what it takes to actually look like these celebs. View this post on Instagram Having seen it all, Shivoham is well aware of the perils ordinary people fall prey to in their pursuit to imitate their idols. While you definitely can achieve your dream body, just like your favourite celeb, it shouldn’t be at the expense of your health and sanity. There’s a healthier and more sustainable way to approach your fitness, according to Shivoham. Here are a few excerpts from our discussion with Shivoham about why copy pasting celebrity fitness routines is unrealistic: 1. Different Goals © Shivoham Throughout his career, Shivoham has trained several celebs and he says they know what it takes to get to their goals: “When you’re training a celebrity they know what they’re getting into. You can expect them to train once a day, twice a day depending on what needs to be done. They’re strict about their diet too. Whatever is needed to get to their goal they’re ready to do. Whereas a normal person has got their job, they’ve got their family, they’ve got other responsibilities so, they should treat fitness as an aspect of their life, not their life completely.” 3. Paid To Be Fit © Shivoham Physical standards keep changing over time. For example, Tiger Shroff’s audience has different fitness expectations of him as compared to his father’s time. Being an industry insider for a while now, Shivoham echoed the sentiment: “Bollywood aesthetic goals 15 years ago were completely different, there was Salman Khan, Sunny Deol, Suniel Shetty and Akshay Kumar. They also had a different kind of body when it came to aesthetics. Modern aesthetics are completely different, it’s all about muscularity, rippedness and definition. It has its place, but that’s not all there is to fitness. Today, fitness has become more about the mind than just the body. Especially, since we’ve seen this in the pandemic situation in the past year and a half. People have suffered more mentally than physically. That has definitely taken a front seat. People are investing more time and money towards fitness as a whole, which is the mental aspect as well as the physical.” 5. Realistic Expectations View the full article
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