India have not wasted any time after landing in the West Indies following a long journey, which started from Mumbai. The players, led by skipper Virat Kohli, hit the beach at St. Kitts to play some volleyball. (Anil Kumble suffers rough ride to West Indies )Earlier, the team also underwent a yoga session under the watchful eyes of the trainer.India are in the Caribbean islands to play a four-Test series, starting July 21. However, before the Test series commences, the visitors will play two warm-up games, the first of which has been scheduled against WICB Presiden’t XI from tomorrow.India are currently placed second in the ICC’s Test rankings while the West Indies are at a lowly eighth.A 4-0 whitewash over the hosts will see India climb to the top of the table in less than a year but that is not what Kohli and Kumble are really looking at.India play 17 Tests this season and the four in the Caribbean will be the only ones they play overseas. India’s record away from the sub-continent has been abysmal. Kumble has promised a revival on that front while Kohli has urged his batsmen to take more responsibility.India are in good form in the longest format, having beaten Sri Lanka and South Africa in successive series. They were briefly on top of the rankings before Australia took over.