The 29 years old left-arm pacer Australian pacer Mitchell Starc is indeed one of the fittest pacers in International cricket. He is known for bowling perfect yorkers with speed ranging around 150 km/h. Starc is indeed the most fierce bowler and batsmen have a tough time playing him. In the below article, we will throw some light on Mitchell Starc's fitness, where we will discuss the exercise routine of the Australian pacer that keeps him fit and feisty on the field. David Warner Workout, Diet and Fitness: How the Australian Opening Batsman Manages to Keep Himself in the Shipshape.
Mitchell Starc has touched the speed of 160.4 km/h, which is the fifth-fastest ball bowled in International Cricket. The left-arm Australian pacer focuses on his lower body training and explosive strength exercises. He also trains to avoid injury and make sure that he does rehab exercises on regular intervals to get his body recovered after bowling long spells. Mitchell Starc Hits Shan Masood With Lethal Pace During AUS vs PAK 1st Test 2019, Australian Pacer's Menacing Smile to Injured Batsman Is Unmissable (Watch Video)
Workout of Mitchell Starc
As per an Australian website, maxim.com Mitchell Starc includes exercises like isometric leg press and isometric leg extension for warm-up. While for strength and overall body workout Starc performs exercises like barbell clean, kettlebell swing, trap bar deadlift, kettlebell goblet squat. In an interview with Herald Sun, Starc revealed that to stay 100 percent fit Starc takes ice-bath after the game to reduce muscle soreness. He also makes a point that he never misses out his gym session and takes a good amount of sleep.
Mitchell Starc Speaks About His Training
Mitchell Starc is in the current ODI squad of the on-going series against India. The left-arm pacer rattled up Indian batting line up during India vs Australia 1st ODI 2020 at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, where he had figures of 3/56 which included the important wicket of Rohit Sharma. Mitchell Starc's fitness should indeed motivate youngsters who aspire to become fast bowlers in future.