The challenge of Arturo Vidal after running 10 kilometers on treadmill at 38:08
Always very active on social networks, Barça footballer Arturo Vidal has taken advantage of these quarantine days to give the treadmill a hard time. And the truth is that he has shown that he is not bad at all and even that he is getting the point to this of crushing himself at home. We imagine that ‘endorsed’ by the physical trainers of his club, the Chilean has dared to launch a challenge after mark a 10k in a not inconsiderable 38:08. In the video he is seen with a light stride already in the last meters of his career, shirtless and training next to a family member or friend at home. If the treadmill is working correctly (we have been in trouble lately with that and with fellow footballer Sergio Reguilón), the South American player's pace is 3: 48 ’/ km.
Training will return in a few days
Notably professional footballers will start with individual training (as of May 2, they can obviously exercise abroad on their own, respecting the bands and restrictions imposed) from the week of May 11 and it is planned that in the next few days they will go to their respective sports cities to spend the 'tests' arranged by the League to begin preparing the ground for the return of football.
We do not know how the rest will arrive, but it is clear that the 'King' Arturo Vidal will do it in a more than acceptable physical tone.