Karatekas #StayActive: Female Kumite -50kg edition

2020-04-07

Karatekas #StayActive: Female Kumite -50kg edition

Karatekas around the world are mastering the improvisation of solutions to maintain form and fitness in these uncertain times. Top-ranked Karate athletes are leading by example and are taking social media to inspire us to #StayActive and #StayStrong. We take a look at the training routines of karatekas of the Female Kumite -50kg category. 

Karatekas around the world are mastering the improvisation of solutions to maintain form and fitness in these uncertain times. Top-ranked Karate athletes are leading by example and are taking social media to inspire us to #StayActive and #StayStrong. We take a look at the training routines of karatekas of the Female Kumite -50kg category.

YEE TING TSANG FIGHTS CORONAVIRUS WITH EXERCISE

Hong Kong’s Yee Ting Tsang is the star of one of the most inspiring stories featuring top karatekas. The two-time continental medallist is fighting coronavirus. And she is demonstrating the sensational resilience of karatekas. In a showcase of the tremendous power of will of Karate athletes, the karateka from Hong Kong is using her social media channels to recount how she keeps training despite suffering coronavirus.

“While staying in hospital concentrating on overcoming the disease, I take 1.5 hours of exercise every day! I stretch the muscles first and then I use the bands to do several sets of movements, to make sure that my muscle condition will not be lost in vain. And just 1.5 hours is enough to make me feel relaxed,” she is stating in her post.

Credit: @曾綺婷 Tsang Yee Ting


Yee Ting Tsang on Instagram

BETTINA PLANK WORKS HARD TO KEEP OUTSTANDING FORM

Karatekas are using all their means at their disposal to maintain their outstanding physical condition in these troubled times. Bettina Plank of Austria is not letting confinement keep her from training, as she is showing in this video. The winner of the 2019 European Games continues working out using a static bike.

Bettina Plank on Facebook

JUNNA TSUKII CAN’T STAY AWAY FROM KARATE

Being away from the dojo is hard enough. But for Junna Tsukii of the Philippines, that doesn’t mean that you have to stop practising your favourite sport! The karateka who is ranked in the ninth position in WKF world ranking is showing her Karate routine on her Instagram page.

Credit: @月井隼å┬Ź—


Junna Tsukii on Instagram

AYAKA TADANO SHOWS HOW HARD IT IS TO BE A FIRST-CLASS KARATEKA

Japan’s Ayaka Tadano demonstrates that mastering the techniques and reaching the right physical condition to be at the top is not easy. In this post, the two-time continental champion tests her Karate abilities – and her balance – to improve her kicks.

Credit: @Ayaka Tadanoï¼┬Ć多田é‡┼Żå½©é¦™

Ayaka Tadano on Instagram

DALIYA ASADULLINA’S DAY

Have you ever wonder what a top-level karateka’s day look like? Russia Daliya Asadullina is briefing it for you. Check out her day below and see all that she does to keep active.

Credit: @Daliya AsadullinaðŸ┬Ʌ🔥

Daliya Asadullina on Instagram

KRISTINA SVILENOVA TAKES KARATE TO HER BALCONY

Bulgaria’s Kristina Svilenova does not need a lot of space to continue practising her favourite sport. The 41st-ranked karateka only needs her balcony to continue mastering her techniques. Do you think that her neighbours will clap after this demonstration?

Credit: @Kristina Svilenova


Kristina Svilenova on Instagram

 

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