Online karate classes to keep kids busy during confinement
KOLKATA: The Covid-19 pandemic has stopped all outdoor sports activities. But, sports associations in India have found ways to keep players engaged during this crisis through online classes, tournaments, and webinars.
Hanshi Premjit Sen, President of Bengal Karate Association , president and treasurer of Karate Association of India And a coach himself has been teaching online classes to keep students engaged.
Sen has its branches throughout West Bengal and in 14 states across the country.
Online classes are taught by instructors who have taken away your training and are currently following in your footsteps to promote fitness among students.
Following the great response from the students after the online sessions, Sen has decided to organize several online contests.
This will keep students in good physical shape and will also improve their mental state at this time of the pandemic.
Not just karate, recently MC Mary Kom conducted an online education program to explain the nuances of injury management to other boxers.
Olympic Joydeep Karmakar Also recently concluded online shooting contest.
While sport like chess can be played inside the room and shooting can still be handled on the grass, basement, or living room, players involved in outdoor sports like cricket, soccer, Hockey, golf, and several others have to deal with just physical fitness and mental empowerment. sessions