Anthony Joshua is currently spending four days by himself in a room that is completely dark after paying a total of £2,000 for the opportunity

, the British-Nigerian boxer who has earned accolades all over the world, is in the midst of an unbelievable journey at the moment.

As part of a retreat, he is going to spend four days alone in total darkness after agreeing to pay £2,000 for the privilege. This unorthodox method of retreating is embraced by many sportsmen, especially prominent figures in the world of sports, as a sort of meditation since it enables them to be alone with their thoughts and reflect on them in peace.

Before going on the retreat, Joshua published a post on Instagram in which he stated, “Myself and [my friend] are about to embrace the darkness and solitude for four days (separate rooms).”

“Isolated, with nothing to do other than relax and clear the mind while being immersed in infinite darkness,” says the description of the experience. On Friday, he will make his appearance.

The 34-year-old patient has been given food by having it brought into the room by other people, but there has been no other human interaction or light this entire week.

NFL player Aaron Rodgers, who participated in a similar expedition, spoke about his experience in March, saying, “It was a great reset for me, for both my body and my mind.” The excursion lasted for four days. Rodgers, who is 39 years old, is a member of the Green Bay Packers. “Perhaps just a tad bit longer than what I required. I remember that by the time I reached the fourth day, I was thinking to myself, “Okay, it's time for me to get out of here.”

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