Kim Yuna resumes training, 100% recovered
[Ilgan Sports] | Kim Ji-Han | 2013.11.13
‘Figure Queen’ Kim Yuna has finally recovered from her injuries.
Kim will be able to resume her training in earnest for the upcoming Sochi Olympics.
Kim recovered from her metatarsal micro fracture injury of her right foot on last week.
“Kim is 99.9% recovered. The pain hasn’t vanished completely because she continues to train but it is minor enough to be ignored.
I watched Kim practicing her short and free program last week and she had no problem doing both in a single training session.
She can do all her jumps and all her elements,” said Na Young-Mu, Kim’s physician and head of Sol hospital, giving Kim the green light.
Kim suffered from a micro-fracture in her right foot in September.
Since then she has been going through physiotherapy while training and has now fully recovered.
“Kim doesn’t have any other injuries on her back or ankle.
I recommended that Kim take cautions not to sprain her ankle and to refrain from wearing high heels.
I also recommended that she be cautious during her off-ice training sessions because it is different from training on the ice,” said Dr. Na.
The green light from her physician will make it possible for Kim to concentrate on preparing for the Golden Spin of Zagreb which will be held in Zagreb,
Croatia on December 5 – 9. Kim is currently training with caution in order to prevent the injury from reoccurring.
“Kim’s condition is good. She has physically recovered, but she adjusts her training depending on her daily condition to be safe.
Since she has fully recovered we are increasing the intensity of training bit by bit, resuming some that she has not been able to do during her recovery,”
said a representative of All That Sports, Kim’s management.
In order to familiarize herself to her new programs,
Kim continued to train during her rehabilitation but not to the extent that the training would aggravate her injury.
She especially focused on becoming familiar with her free skating program "Adios Nonino".
“I need a lot of stamina for the free skate because of the fast tempo of the music.
Even though I have familiarized myself with the program since the program was finished quite a while ago,
I presume that more time will be needed to perfect my performance,“ said Kim at the ‘Sochi Winter Olympic Games D-100 Media Day’ on October 30.
Kim is planning to hone her technical elements and choreography at the Golden Spin in preparation for the Sochi Olympic Games.
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