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Sport: Muay Thai / Kickboxing / K1
« on: March 18, 2010, 05:54:53 am »
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Post any study related to the sport of muay thai.

Edit: Not many studies on Muay thai. Kickboxing seems to have the greatest number of studies.




x. Physiological responses and energy cost during a simulation of a Muay Thai boxing match

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These data suggest that Muay Thai is a physically demanding activity with great involvement of both the aerobic metabolism and anaerobic glycolysis. In particular, it appears that, after an initial burst of anaerobic glycolysis, there was a progressive increase in the aerobic energy supply. Thus, training protocols should include exercises that train both aerobic and anaerobic energetic pathways.









x. THE ASSESMENT OF THE FA?LURE AND SUCCESS CASES OF THE SPORTMEN PARTICIPATING TO MUAI-THAI TURKEY CHAMPIONSHIP

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Discussions and Conclusion: After the research which has been made to determine the factors affecting the
success and failure of sportsmen participating to Muay-Thai Turkey Championship, has been carried out, it can be
conclued that while many factors are well to the fare in successful sportsmen, in failed sportsmen motivation, stress,
regular training and lack of strategy are well to the fare.












x. Conditioning Strategies for Competitive Kickboxing

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IN CONJUNCTION WITH SPORT-SPECIFIC SKILLS DEVELOPMENT, SUFFICIENT NUTRITION, REST, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL READINESS, A KICKBOXER'S SUCCESS IS CONTINGENT UPON HIS OR HER LEVEL OF CONDITIONING. ON THE BASIS OF THE METABOLIC DEMANDS OF COMPETITIVE KICKBOXING, TRAINING SHOULD TAX BOTH THE ANAEROBIC AND AEROBIC SYSTEMS EXTENSIVELY. IN TANDEM WITH PROPER CONDITIONING, INJURY MAY BE PREVENTED THROUGH PREHABILITATIVE EXERCISES AND ADHERENCE TO SAFETY MEASURES.










x. Relation Between Blood Lactate Levels, Heart Rate, And Rating Of Perceived Exertion In Kickboxing: 436 Board #27 2:00

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x. Physiological analysis of the characteristics of energy supply for Sanda athletes

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This study reveals that Sanda is a fast moving fighting event in which the energy is supplied primarily by the phosphagen system and secondarily by the lactic acid energy system.It is suggested that only by fully understanding the characteristics of energy supply for and the causes for the occur-rence of fatigue of the body of Sanda athletes can the basic physical constitution of the athletes be action specifi-cally improved in order to achieve an excellent performance.









x. Physiological and Anthropometric Profile of Elite Kickboxers

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The anthropometric and physiological characteristics of kickboxers were investigated. Professional male middleweight (73-77 kg) and welterweight (63-67 kg) kickboxers were determined to have relatively higher aerobic capacities ([latin capital V with dot above]O2max, 54-69 ml [middle dot] kg-1 [middle dot] min-1), anaerobic capacities (8.2-11.2 W [middle dot] kg-1), and knee extension peak torques (2.8-3.3 Nm [middle dot] kg-1 @ 60[degrees] [middle dot] sec-1) than previously reported for many other power or combat athletes. Kickboxers also tended to be lean (6.1-10.8% BF) and were classified as mesomedial body types on the Health-Carter somatotype scale. This suggests that elite kickboxers demonstrate a high level of aerobic and anaerobic conditioning along with the ability to produce high muscle forces.