KARACHI - Pakistan test team probable continued their brief fitness conditioning training for the second day on Monday at the far away Pakistan Steel Mills ground. Supported by team staff the team started training in the morning. Skipper Younis Khan with the permission of the PCB had picked Steel Mills ground for the training. He chose the distant venue because he felt that presence of media at the National Stadium or any other venue close to the city distracts the players. Without the presence of the media, he thinks players could concentrate more on training. This is not the first time that such kind of reasoning had been advanced for holding national training camp. The Pakistan Hockey Federation thrice held its important camps before title tournament on the same reason. Only once they chose Pakistan Steel Mills ground when they ran out of funds to hold the camp at the Hockey Club of Pakistan where most of the camp were organized since the stadium got an astro turf in 1979. The Steel Mills in the hour of the need of the PHF came out to support the national hockey team when they provided the accommodation to the team probable free at the officers hostels but asked the PHF to pay for the food. The Pakistan Boxing Federation and Pakistan junior hockey team and Pakistan football team probable had also selected Pakistan Steel Mills for holding training camps. Pakistan Steel Mills cricket ground also known as Quaid Azam Park is approximately 35 kilometers away from the centre of the city.