Usain Bolt – The world’s No. 1 sprint king holds a 100-meter world record with a time of 9.58 seconds. To pass every 0.01 seconds, Usain Bolt had to put in a lot of effort and practice non-stop. Usain Bolt said: “Your biggest competitor is yourself.” In sports, the athletes must try their best to surpass the achievements, even the achievements of yourself when you win.

When it comes to swimming, many people will think of Vietnamese athlete Nguyen Thi Anh Vien. Some male swimmers confessed, “We look at Anh Vien and respect it. The lesson plan that she practices, probably many male athletes also can not afford it. “

Nhuan shared: “365 days away from my parents’ day, 364 days away from my parents. Many days practice so tired that he could not swallow the rice, but experts still required to follow the daily menu and diet. Many times I just finished eating and vomiting up, sometimes crying because of self-pity, and thinking of myself why I suffer so much for what? But every time I remember the expectations of my family and the fans, I bite my teeth to practice. ”
Michael Phelps, an athlete who won eight gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, swam 80 km/week during his youth training period. Athlete Eleanor, a mathematics student, quit swimming at age 16 because she could not stand the exercise regime that required her to spend 4-5 hours at the pool every day.

Not only hard training, but the daily life of the athletes are also getting stricter. Everyday women’s basketball teams have to soak in ice water to help tone their muscles after training.
Gladys Tejeda – the first marathon runner to meet the Olympic standards of Peru has chosen a way to practice like no other. Not at the training center, she returned home with her mother and ran 20km every day on the plateau terrain.
Intense workouts are a major cause of unfortunate injuries. To limit this, many countries have used acupuncture and acupressure to care for athletes. Kim Yeon-young – a member of the Korean women’s volleyball team is a typical example.
The Austrian table tennis coach is showing students how to serve. It looks like all 4 people like magicians with the ability to keep the ball floating in the air.
Picture of Japanese wrestling team training at Tokyo National Training Center. Kohei Hasegawa (right) is going through physical exercise and endurance by climbing the rope to the ceiling.
“Heaven can’t beat meals”
The proverb “Heaven skipped a meal” is not suitable for the Olympic athletes preparing to compete. For athletes, preparing a nutritious meal is extremely important to ensure adequate fitness. Runners need to have a stable diet and ensure an average intake of about 3000 calories per day. Each athlete’s meal includes a variety of protein-rich foods such as eggs, milk, shrimp … and fruits and vegetables.