THE Solomon Island National Women’s Football team are currently undergoing the SINIS-HP induction processes for the first time, at the SINIS-HP headquarter in Honiara, Thursday.
About 16 players and 8 team officials underwent the initial phases of the high-performance induction process.
At the induction, they were introduced to the nutrition in sports services, functional testing to support physio and rehab screening on the players and wellbeing and lifestyle.
Speaking to the SINIS media, women’s head coach Batram Suri said that the high-performance support through these services will have a big impact on the team’s performance and training.
“It is the first time for the national women’s team to learn of the high-performance system. But going through the induction processes, I believe it will provide a significant impact to boost our weaknesses as a team,” he said.
“The player’s strength and power when it comes to kicking long balls are one of our weaknesses. But through the high-performance, we’ll access the gym and get proper support from the strength and conditioning staffs,” Suri added.
He said that all these service will certainly helpful; Nutrition, carrier-building through well-being and lifestyle services and the physio for player recovery.
“These HP components will help us the team and individuals to improve in the sport of football”, Suri concluded.
By FLOYD TERRY