It has been weeks since the coronavirus pandemic has prompted the government to put the entire Luzon region in a month-long lockdown.
So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that athletes are among the millions who are stuck at home as a preventive measure. Still, most of them don’t see this as an excuse to skip fitness training, and Alyssa Valdez is no exception.
In a video posted on her Instagram account, the Creamline captain shared an agility drill that enhances mobility on the court.
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Just because we are asked to stay at home shouldn’t stop us from working hard to be better #Champions. Today, I’ll be doing an agility drill that will help us move quickly and easily on the court. Let me know how you do with #ChampionMinute!! . . Stay safe and stay indoors everyone!! 🙏🏻 . . P.S . I’ll be on IG Live this Wednesday, April 1, at 10am to do some drills! Join me and together, let’s unleash the #ChampionEnergy! #BuildingChampions @milophilippines
“Just because we are asked to stay at home shouldn’t stop us from working hard to be better,” Valdez said.
True enough, the Batangas native has been making proactive steps not just for the betterment of herself but also for others.
Well aside from motivating others to keep their fitness in check, Valdez has extended a helping hand to the frontliners as well. She assisted the Ravena family in packing Chooks-to-Go meals that were distributed to multiple military checkpoints in Cainta, Rizal.
Valdez also reminded everyone to “stay safe and stay indoors.”