Chelsea midfielder Callum Hudson-Odoi has outlined his daily routine to make sure that he is maintaining his fitness ahead of the return of the Premier League – whenever that may be.
It has now been over a month since the Blues were last in action due to the suspension of the league, Champions League and FA Cup amid the coronavirus pandemic around the world.
Last month it was revealed that Hudson-Odoi himself tested positive for the virus, but he has since made a full recovery.
Speaking to BBC Sport, the England international has talked through his fitness routine during the lockdown.
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“Recently I’ve been working (from) 10-10:30 and then going straight downstairs to do a bit of bike, 10 seconds pushing myself really hard and maybe 10 seconds resting and then another 10 seconds again,” he said
“I’ve been doing a lot of upper body and core work just to make sure I’m still staying active and ready so it’s a lot and it’s good.
“To be fair, for me, I like late-night runs. I don’t know why I like the late-night ones. It’s just everywhere is quiet and you go and do your thing and come back home,” he added.
Despite going on runs outside, the Chelsea man is taking social distancing seriously.
“Everyone I see I’m dodging straight away,” he said with a smile on his face.
“I’m ducking and diving and running away just to make sure.”