Shreyas Iyer: If you’ve been watching Shreyas Iyer play cricket recently, you’ve probably spotted a black sticker with the symbol ‘K’ on his right triceps. That sticker has nothing to do with the Kolkata Knight Riders, and he is not wearing it to advocate any general social cause.
The ‘K’ sticker is essentially an expensive fitness gadget created by Ultrahuman, a Bengaluru-based business. The right-handed hitter recently teamed up with Ultrahuman and began utilizing the Ultrahuman M1 product. It’s essentially a continuous real-time blood glucose monitor that pairs with the Ultrahuman iPhone app.
This ‘K’ sticker will soon be on your Instagram, Twitter, or LinkedIn timelines, not only Shreyas Iyer’s, as the startup is enticing a lot of influencers to advertise their product. It focuses on metabolic fitness and provides health insights by tracking blood glucose and other “advanced indicators.”
In layman’s terms, the Ultrahuman M1 or ‘K’ sticker is a biosensor that must be affixed to your triceps. This biosensor basically reads your blood glucose levels in real-time and sends them to the Ultrahuman app on your iPhone.
Your blood glucose levels change every minute, for those who are unaware. So, this device basically shows you how much energy you have in your body and when you should sleep, eat, or exercise in real time.
Shreyas Iyer: He Made Some New Records In First T20 Against South Africa
Iyer was in a fine form in the opening T20 against South Africa, smashing 36 off 27 deliveries before being dismissed by Pretorius. Shreyas Iyer has been dismissed for the first time in four T20 Internationals.
It was also the first time he has not made a fifty-plus score in four T20Is. Shreyas Iyer joined Aaron Finch as the player with the highest runs between two dismissals after these innings. In terms of the match, Ishan Kishan rediscovered his form and struck a sizzling 76 off 48 deliveries.
Kishan appeared scratchy initially, but he quickly demonstrated the much-discussed ‘intent’ in Indian cricket by attempting to hit practically every ball out of the park. In 37 balls, he got to fifty. When Maharaj came in to bowl the 13th over.
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Shreyas Iyer: His International Career
Shreyas Santosh Iyer is an Indian cricketer who has captained Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League. He has also played for the national side in international cricket and for Mumbai in domestic cricket.
Iyer, a right-handed middle-order batsman, has represented India in One-Day Internationals, Twenty20 Internationals, and Test cricket. At the 2014 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, he represented India’s Under-19 cricket squad.
As a result, Iyer became the tournament’s highest-earning uncapped player. Iyer was the 9th most consistent player and Emerging Player of the 2015 IPL. He scored 439 runs in 14 matches with a 33.76 average and a 128.36 strike rate.