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Sunjoon Tenorio aims to stay fit at home

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SUNJOON Tenorio, a soccer player of Suffolk University in Boston, has returned to the CNMI due to the Covid-19 situation.

Sunjoon Tenorio of the NMI Men’s Soccer National Team leaps past a Korean Football Association on Saipan defender.  Contributed photo

“My university transi­tioned to online classes,” he said in an interview with Variety. “We were also told to move out of the dorms.”

Tenorio is a freshman at Suffolk University and plays for its men’s soccer team. He is also a member of the NMI Men’s and U19 Youth National Soccer Teams.

Despite the Covid-19 crisis and the need to stay at home, Tenorio aims to stay fit.

“I do workouts at home,” he said. “Our national team coaches — Jersh Angeles, Michiteru Mita and Jerry Diaz — have done a good job of providing us with home workouts that we can do during this lockdown. The workouts mostly include movement exercises, body weight exercises, and agility exercises.”

Tenorio added, “Restricting outdoor and public activities is a good thing because of the severity of the situation. It is a tough time and it is not ideal, but it is what’s best for the safety of our people. Stay home and practice social distancing!”

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