‘Nong Tennis’ is happy, doesn’t have to control weight. Hunting for the Asian Championship, 4th time, insists that there is no pressure, I want to do my best

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‘Nong Tennis’ is happy, doesn’t have to control weight. Hunting for the Asian Championship, 4th time, insists that there is no pressure, I want to do my best

Movement of the Thai national Taekwondo athlete team The 7th Asian Taekwondo Championship and 25th Asian Taekwondo Fighting Championships during June 23-27 in Chuncheon South Korea by athletes, both Poomsae and continue to arrive in Chuncheon

As soon as he arrived, he practiced warm-up immediately. amid the sweltering heat similar to Thailand For the fighting team, “Coach Lek”, Capt. Chanathip Sonkham, assistant coach, led Police Capt. Panipak Wongpattanakit or “Nong Tennis”, a taekwondo athlete, Olympic Games gold medalist. 2020 and friends warm up in the park next to the hotel The training program consisted of running 5 laps, stretching the muscles. and match kicks Approximately 1 hour of use time

After training, “Nong Tennis” Panipak Wongpattanakit’s face was full of smiles. Because she doesn’t have to lose weight like competing in the 49 kg model, the Thai girl kicker said that she was very happy with this competition. because after practicing, they can eat no need to starve Moreover, no matter how much you eat, it weighs less than 53 kg and will try to keep the weight at 52 kg for flexibility when competing. For my own 4th Asian Championship, I do not put pressure on myself in any way to enjoy every match that I compete in.

On the side of “Coach Lek” Capt. Chanathip Sonkham revealed that now all combat athletes are controlling their weight. And believe that there shouldn’t be a problem when weighing and 11 people, many of them are ready to compete.

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As for the Poomsae team of 5 people who just arrived in South Korea on the first day. mild weakness but came down to stretch the muscles and review the dance moves that will be used to compete in the competition, which takes about 1 and a half hours of practice and is ready to compete for the medal of the Asian Championship

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