New Delhi, Delhi, India (NewsSee) The coronavirus pandemic has forced people around the world to change their daily routines, including their exercise habits. This unusual situation has physical, psychological and behavioral consequences for all individuals, including elite and recreational athletes. Life in lockdown has been difficult as everyone needs to stay safe and healthy, while adhering to new standards. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, you may be wondering if it’s safe for your children to participate in sports training. While the decision to participate in sports and attend sporting events will rest with the athletes and their families; return to sports activities can only be advised in strict compliance with all safety protocols. Established in 2009, Ramagya Sports Academy promotes and instills the safety of its students as a priority. It has many safety protocols in place such as training without shared equipment, comprehensive and regular disinfection measures on campus, adherence to social distancing rules, and the use of masks by staff and trainers. Ramagya Sports Academy has already established itself as the best sports academy in Noida and is ranked among the top 10 sports academies in India. The academy offers top-level training in over 25 sports under the guidance of professionals who have won over 36,000 medals. Equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and international facilities in the friendliest atmosphere, they see themselves as the forerunners in the sports field. They envision to meet the increasing demands of changing sports scenario and gain high reputation and utmost popularity for being one of the pioneering sports academies in India. As a pioneer in the field of sports, Ramagya Sports Academy offers world-class sports training in collaboration with some of the best academies in India and abroad. Some of the academies that Ramagya Sports Academy shares a strong and long-standing partnership with are NBA School of Basketball, Cricket Academy by MS Dhoni, Badminton Academy by Jwala Gutta, Football School by Baichung Bhutia, Pilates Studio by Namrata Purohit, Danceworx by Ashley Lobo, MMA/Boxing by Negi’s School of Martial Arts, Sporty Beans by Yuvraj Singh and many more. The academy has produced some of India’s promising young athletes who aspire to compete at the international level. They have graced the academy with numerous awards and honors in various indoor sports and sports like athletics, badminton, basketball, chess, shooting, skating, squash, table tennis, taekwondo, swimming, lawn tennis, football and cricket. Mr. Utkarsh Gupta, Managing Director of Ramagya Group, said, “Ramagya Sports Academy is committed to providing world-class sports training supported by the best facilities and expert coaches to judge and shape distinctive talents. A pioneer in sports coaching in North India, he aims to develop sports culture and holistic health for all. Winning hearts across the sports industry, in recent times the academy has been recognized and appreciated by some of India’s sports professionals like Bala Shetty, Abhinav Bindra. They admire the academy’s one-of-a-kind approach with the Ramagya School to foster sports education at the grassroots level, which is lacking in Indian schools to help students thrive as sportsmen at the international level. . With the growing interest of children in sports beyond cricket and the impact of the GoI’s ‘Khelo India’ initiative, the academy is focused on providing world-class training in a plethora of sports to students at Ramagya School. As a result, their students have been selected for various national and international events and won several medals. The Ramagya Sports Academy helps its valuable members to understand sports ethics and the habit of fair play. Their relentless passion for providing a holistic, values-based sports education for all has won hearts in all corners. For these reasons, Ramagya Sports Academy is considered as one of the best sports academies in India. For more information, visit www.ramagyasportsacademy.com.
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