Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi opens with a nerve injury
On Saturday, Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi provided an insight into the injury hell he was forced to endure this past season.
The generous man Hudson-Odoi, of course, endured another campaign to forget the last time.
This happened to be a combination of a new set of fitness concerns and competition for places in the third attack, culminating in the England international nabbing 11 Premier League games. fade.
Hudson-Odoi, in turn, has become something of a forgotten man in the Chelsea setup, certainly desperate for a return term in the near term.
Speaking in an interview with a Blues official websiteso it’s no surprise that the 21-year-old, this weekend, has been drawn from his improvement efforts with a target to 2022/23.
And CHO continues to emphasize the specific focus on strength training in preseason, by explaining:
‘My main goal this summer and throughout the season is to get stronger. There were times during last season when I was running with the ball and felt like I could be cleared or not as strong as I thought.
‘I’ve been working on my muscles more to make sure I’m getting bigger so that when the opponent comes, I know I’m strong enough to hold them off, otherwise I wouldn’t get the bar and I could swoop down. lan. instead. ‘
Perhaps even more interesting, however, is that the talented forward has provided an insight into the exact nature of his most recent injuries.
‘It was a strange thing. It’s a neurological condition where I have spasticity of the nerves in my back and it originates all over my body, so it’s hard for me to keep the muscles,’ Hudson-Odoi began. ‘There was really no strength in my legs and everything was like ‘woah’. I tried to pass the ball at 10 meters but I didn’t have the strength and I couldn’t even do it.
‘I think it’s also a post-coronavirus thing from December, which I can’t believe because it happened so long before that. The problem started with my Achilles and then I’m trying to use other parts of my body to compensate for it, so for example when I’m running I don’t run with my toes much because of the power. My Achilles is not that strong. .
‘I was trying to find another way to run and then it started affecting my back but all was well. My Achilles is strong again and my back is solid so everything is perfect. It’s one of those things but I’m happy to be back and having all the strength and power and speed back is everything I could wish for. ‘
Hudson Odoi: “I worked out more muscles to make sure I got bigger so when the opponent came I knew I was strong enough to hold them off, otherwise I wouldn’t get hit and instead there I can barge them”. [chelseafc] #cfc https://t.co/VMp8lsOma1
– CFCDaily (@CFCDaily) July 9, 2022
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