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Twelve youth athletes start world-class training in Thailand

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Twelve youth athletes start world-class training in Thailand

Le Hoang

Following the collaboration between HCMC Badminton Association and Thailand’s SCG to offer world-class training for potential youth players, 12 players and two coaches have started their training program at SCG Badminton Academy in Bangkok, Thailand.

From the beginning of the program, the players are introduced to the new training methods, high standard equipment and training courts, and learn how to apply sports science under the guidance from SCG experts, aiming for higher performance in international competitions.

The players have started specially-designed training courses based on their individual strengths and weaknesses as analyzed by SCG experts and coaches to enhance their strong points and to develop their full potentials.      

Under the collaboration, the training program from SCG Badminton Academy applies principles of sport science in various aspects of physiology, biomechanics, sports psychology and nutrition. A rigorous training, especially in badminton, is key to success because it requires good fundamental movement skills.   

Charoen Krabuanrat, head of the Academy of Sport Sciences, says in a statement that top-notch sports science is introduced at the academy. “At SCG Badminton Academy, we bring knowledge of sports science from the world here to improve training methods for athletes as well as teach coaches, athletes and professionals to understand and correctly apply the knowledge of sport sciences in the profession,” he is quoted as saying.

Van Tuan Kiet, a Vietnamese coach escorting players in Thailand, said in the statement that with the trip, “we’re updating our current methods and learning new techniques from the Thai experts, especially from the way they guide players to acknowledge more psychology field. We’re hopefully looking for next new seeds after Tien Minh.”

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