Cheongju Girls’ High School Lee Ye-na’s determination to change her image ‘to live or die’

Lee Ye-na, who wore the armband as the captain of Cheongju Girls’ High School this year, is a big man active both inside and outside. Then, he confessed the experience he suffered from his image and made a special resolution.

“I once gave up sports when I was in middle school, and I think there is an image of me being insincere while transferring schools. I heard that even though I worked really hard in my first year of high school. Still, I was determined. I will fight to live or die to change my indolent image. I want you to watch me in a good way.”

How are you doing these days?

I usually went to Samcheonpo and Sangju Stove League while training at school. I had some confidence before going to Samcheonpo, but I felt that I was lacking a lot there. I was in my third year of high school, but I kept thinking that I was lacking, so I lost my confidence. 

What specifically did you feel was lacking?

Basketball is a game that needs to be played, but my finish was a bit disappointing. Still, I am regaining my confidence through a lot of practice. (What is the driving force behind me to overcome?) It is thanks to the coach who told me that it is okay and to continue, and the team members believed in me. 

How are you feeling?

are you okay. (Any special injury experience?) Nothing in particular. Because it’s healthy. It’s a style that passes cold easily. Mom takes care of the food, and our team does a lot of weight training. Personally, I tend to stretch meticulously before this workout. No injuries. 

Let’s start with how I started playing basketball.

I originally lived in Siheung, Gyeonggi-do, but moved to Incheon. At the same time, we had a housewarming party, and my mom’s friend (former basketball player Kim Moon-jung) encouraged me to play basketball. I was taller than my peers. Since I was little, I liked sports activities so much that I started playing basketball in Yeonhak Elementary School when I was in the 5th grade of elementary school. 

After that, did you go on to Buil Girls’ Middle School?

no. At first, I went to Inseong Women’s Middle School for a short time. However, it was difficult to exercise, and maybe puberty had arrived, so I didn’t want to play basketball. So I stopped working out and took a break. Then, at that time, Cheongju Girls’ High School coach Kim Nam-soo suggested that we try together, so I transferred to Cheongju Girls’ Middle School in my 3rd year of middle school. That’s how I worked out with the older sisters from Cheongju Girls’ High School when I was in my 3rd year of middle school. At that time, there was no competition schedule due to Corona 19, so I worked out with my high school sisters. 

Is there a reason you started exercising again?

I think it was too late to study, not exercise. And basketball was a pity too. Because of the transfer penalty, I couldn’t play at all in middle school. While I was thinking about it, I got a call from (Cheongju Girls’ High School) and decided to do it again. 

How was the atmosphere at Cheongju Girls’ High School?

The coaches are nice, and the unnies took good care of me. Everyone was focused on basketball and worked hard, so I learned a lot.  먹튀검증

I served as the captain of Cheongju Girls’ High School this season. What is your role?

It’s the 3rd grade, so when the kids are dying, I have to give them good energy. In terms of the game, I have to catch a lot of rebounds, and I have to faithfully carry out the coach’s orders. I want to become more confident in both offense and defense. 

It’s not an easy position to claim. 

To be honest, it can be a burden. I have to be the center and lead the team, but I have an introverted side. So there are difficult points. But on the court, you can’t show that kind of (introverted) side. I’m more outgoing than usual on the court, but I’m trying to make it more fighting. 

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