OK Financial Group Volleyball Team concludes successful first week of training in Nagoya and begins second week in Osaka.
The OK Financial Group Professional Volleyball Team completed the first week of their overseas training in Nagoya and moved to Osaka on the 12th. The team is continuing its training routine with weight training and ball training.
The team also played a scrimmage against the Ject Stings to improve their practical skills. The team also focused on building chemistry with foreign player Leonardo Leyva Martinez (registered name Leo), who was unable to compete in the 2023 Gumi Dodram Cup Professional Volleyball Tournament.
After the final scrimmage in Nagoya on the 10th, the team invited the players to Shilla-kan, a famous Korean restaurant in Nagoya, for a meal. During the meal, the staff and players from both teams sat together and talked about volleyball and other things, creating memories.
The players also gained new motivation through the practice matches with JCT. They were able to reflect on their performance and look at the areas they need to improve in the future.
Kwak Myung-woo said, “He was quick to switch offense and was especially quick in defense. The opponent’s setter was short, but she moved well.”메이저사이트
OK Financial Group Volleyball Head Coach Masa Ogino said, “We haven’t finished our training schedule yet, but we were able to get a good idea of what we need to work on in the future. We will fulfill the remaining training schedule in Osaka so that the team can move forward in a better direction.”
Meanwhile, the OK Financial Group Volleyball Team will begin its Osaka schedule with a volleyball class with students from Osaka Kongo International School, the world’s first overseas Korean school, on Wednesday, followed by a practice match against the Sakai Blazers of Japan’s V.League Division 1.