No Gym? No Problem! James Anderson Dead-lifts Daughters To Train During Quarantine

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England cricketer James Anderson is no different. The England speedster is enjoying his break from cricket but is definitely not relaxing his fitness schedule

Written By Koushik Narayanan | Mumbai | Updated On:
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With all major sporting events cancelled or postponed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic gripping parts of the world, sportspersons are using the time to spend with their loved ones & families. England cricketer James Anderson is no different. The England speedster is enjoying his break from cricket but is definitely not relaxing on his fitness schedule. James Anderson took to social media to show his fans that there were no cheat days despite the COVID-19 forcing him to stay away from the gym. In a series of videos posted on his handle, James Anderson can be seen deadlifting his daughters and took to caption the post that his daughters were more than happy to help him train at home. 

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James Anderson deadlifts his daughters

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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