The features of training highly-qualified boxers for a long distance competitive combat

Authors:

Vera V. Borisova, L.N.Tolstoy State Pedagogical University, Tula Tula, Russia This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Aleksandr E. Pavelis, Russian State University of Physical Culture, Sport, Youth and Tourism (State Central Lenin Order Institute of Physical Culture SCLOIPC) Moscow, Russia, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.                 

Abstract:

The need for victory at competitions of the highest range makes it necessary to search for the ways of boxers training effectiveness increase for the future combats. One of these ways is the features of boxers’ competitive activity study. However, information sources lack the results concerning competitive activity analysis, especially the results of highly-qualified boxers. All mentioned above proves that it is reasonable to study the time of long distances combat, typical for boxing of highest achievements. It is also urgent to create practical recommendations directed toward boxers’ training system improvement for competitions. Materials. Studying the parameters of long distance combat in boxers-amateurs of high qualification depending on weight category. Research methods. Information sources analysis and summarizing, video of combats from the Olympic Games, chronometry, comparative analysis, methods of mathematical statistics. Results. The article is about the features of training highly-qualified boxers for a competitive long distance combat. We analyzed time indices of long distance combat in highly-qualified boxers and gave recommendations concerning long distance combat planning. Conclusion. The received results of long distance combat time indices in boxers of different weight categories prove that the greatest amount of time in combat spend athletes of heavy weight categories. There is a linear increase of a long distance combat time with weight category increase. It is especially obvious for the first round of the combat. During the second round this order preserves in terms of some average combat time decrease. During the 3rd round the tendency doesn’t work. The boxers of the average weigh categories spend less time in a combat, than light weight athletes. The same situation is for the 4th round.

Keywords:

boxing, long distance combat, highly-qualified boxers, combat planning.

For citation:

Vera V. Borisova, Aleksandr E. Pavelis. The features of training highly-qualified boxers for a long distance competitive combat. Russian Journal of Physical Education and Sports. 2021; 16(1): 64-68. DOI: 10.14526/2070-4798-2021-16-1-64-68.

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