John Terry shows Chelsea commitment with latest Instagram

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John Terry is nearing the end of what has been a glittering career for Chelsea and England but doesn't seem intent on letting his standards slip in the twilight of his career.

The Blues skipper went to great lengths to show Jose Mourinho that he is committed as ever to staying fit ahead of what is sure to be a tough Premier title run in. Terry may have been on a break in the mountains, but that didn't stop him going out for a brisk jog.

Terry gave Chelsea fans an excellent insight into his training regime by posting a video of himself running down an icy road towards a scenic lake. He was noticeably out of breath but that may have been due to the altitude.

Fine margins

According to the post, Terry was running 2700 meters above sea level where the oxygen would be noticeably fitter than the Premier League grounds he will be visiting in 2015. Proven to boost your endurance, the high altitude training his sure to keep Terry fit.

And he will need to be at his best if he is to captain Chelsea to their fourth Premier League title this season. After a flying start, Chelsea are now level on points with Manchester City, who themselves have recovered from a poor start.

Few fans from either Stamford Bridge or the Etihad would be confident of winning the title while even fewer pundits are sticking their necks out with a predictions. Fine margins will come between the two teams; maybe this altitude training camp will do the business, but probably not.

Check out Terry's video of him huffing and puffing below!

The Video

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