Meditation is something which every person can do for their betterment and sportspersons are no different. Recently, Lovlina Borgohain – the two-time World championships medal-winning boxer has revealed that she is depending on the meditation to maintain her composure amid this crunch time of COVID-19 as she is looking forward to returning stronger before the Olympics.
It is also noteworthy that, Lovlina had missed the National boxing team’s exposure trip to Italy as she has been tested positive for the global pandemic novel COVID-19 on October 15. If not that, her mother’s health condition could be another reason as well.
“Refocusing on the Olympics is important. Mother’s health is also a worrying factor. I do a lot of meditation, four-five times a day, to stay calm,” Lovlina said to Sportstar.
After having a tough time in the hospital, the 23-year-old boxer has currently been in the quarantine on the campus of the National Stadium in Delhi. However, she has started her training with the hope of getting better on her punches. Meanwhile, this long isolation has been a testing period of character for Lovlina too.
“I resumed my training after two days of getting out of the hospital. I am perfecting my punches. With the help of OGQ, I am getting online guidance and working on strength and conditioning,” she further added.
“After the lockdown, I was in quarantine for 23 days in Patiala prior to joining the camp. Then I went home (in Assam) to see my mother. Again I was in quarantine and now this. I am just going through everything without thinking too much,” the talented boxer again shared.
When asked if she was disappointed after missing out the trip to Italy, she shared her views. “Of course, it was disappointing. However, I don’t think this is a big loss as the Olympics is seven months away and one needs to increase the intensity of training in the last three months. I think I can catch up,” revealed Lovlina.
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