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Chris Gayle chooses yoga over gym Gale is doing yoga instead of going to the gym, said- the mental aspect of the game is more important to me

West Indies cricketer hopes to be in full form before his last World Cup
39-year-old Gayle scored 490 runs in this IPL season for 41 runs from Punjab

new Delhi. Prior to his 5th and final World Cup, West Indian cricketer Chris Gayle is busy trying to return completely to the form. For this, they are doing yoga instead of sweating in the gym. He has not gone to the gym for the past 2 months. According to Gayle, the mental aspect of the game is more important for them. Gayle scored 490 runs at an average of 41 while playing in Kings XI Punjab in IPL-12.

Gale to take out massage to overcome fatigue

Gail also takes massage in addition to yoga to keep himself fit at the age of 39. They say that this helps them recover from fatigue. They also relax during the two matches they meet.

He told the news agency, 'This is a fun game. Runs are before the World Cup. I have a lot of experience. I am happy with my batting. Hope this goal will continue. '

Gell says, "The effect of age is the same. The most important thing for me is the mental aspect of the game. The physical aspect is no longer important. I have not given much attention to fitness in the past two months. '

He said, 'I use my experience and mental perseverance. I have not gone to the gym for a while. I am resting and doing massage. I am trying to keep myself fresh. '

He said, 'I am playing for my fans. Until a few years ago, I had thought of retirement in my mind, but then the fans requested to play. '

Gayle said, "Now I am constantly playing for my fans. Hopefully I can entertain them in some more matches and win the World Cup.

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