In today's fast paced lives, going to the gymnasium and shaping our bodies is becoming a rarity. But don't you worry, our batsmen turned fitness trainers have taken up the cause towards a fitter and healthier living!
Standing tall, completely disinterested in whichever pace merchant or spin wizard is about to open the bowling, surveying the stands (upper tiers only mind you), a thick bat looking like a stick in his hand is Chris Gayle, opening batsman for the Royal Challengers Bangalore.
For at least 5-6 years after making his international debut, West Indian Ravi Rampaul frequented the doctor's clinic more than a cricket field. His start-stop career has seen so many injuries so often that it is difficult to track each one of them.
T20 is somewhat synonymous with Chris Gayle.The epitome of big knocks, Gayle has re-defined the 20 over game with his unguarded style of batting and it is only fair to say that every young cricketer, attempting a career in this format, wishes to be like mighty Gayle.