The first training of the ‘2023 KBO Next-Level Training Camp’, in which 40 members of the Little Baseball National Team participated, ended on the 6th. The first training, sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the National Sports Promotion Agency, was held in Gijang-gun, Busan for about two weeks from the 25th to the 6th of last month.
Professional leaders rolled up their sleeves to help young players improve their baseball skills and acquire basic skills. Coach Jang Jong-hoon, battery coach Kim Dong-soo, hitting coach Lee Jong-yeol, Cha Myung-joo, pitching coach Hong Min-goo, and defensive coach Kim Min-woo guided the players through field training and generously passed on their know-how.
In addition, during the camp, customized physical training was conducted to prevent injuries of growing youth players with professional trainers dispatched by the Korea Athlete Trainers Association every morning.
KBO President Heo Gu-yeon personally visited the training site on the 5th to check the training situation of the players, and delivered a signed ball with the words “Big dream! A player with good character” to the players, emphasizing correct character. 메이저사이트
In addition, President Heo Gu-yeon had a meeting with professional and little baseball leaders who participated in this camp and had time to discuss youth baseball, the future of the KBO league, and ways to develop players.
Kim Min-hoo (Osan City Little Baseball Team), who participated in this camp, said, “It was an honor to be taught by the legendary coaches and coaches along with my fellow players. I am grateful to the KBO for allowing me to experience good programs and various activities.” Coach Jang Jong-hoon, who supervised the players, said, “I was surprised by the high level of passion the players have for learning. I will cheer for him to succeed as a player,” he said, positively evaluating this camp.
In addition, this camp also provided injury prevention and anti-doping education by professor Oh Joo-han of Seoul National University and sports ethics education by professional instructors of the Korea Professional Sports Association to help athletes grow properly.
For this camp, Gijang-gun, Busan provided all training facilities, including a little-softball field and netting in the Gijang-KBO Baseball Center, and an indoor gym in the National Sports Center in Gijang-gun, and Dong-A Otsuka provided sports science education and hydration on the importance of body balance provided water and Pocari Sweat for
Meanwhile, from the 8th, KBO will conduct the 2nd training of the Next-Level Training Camp for 30 excellent players who will enter high school selected by the Korea Baseball Softball Association (KBSA) in Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do.