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نتایج جستجو برای Taekwondo

تعداد نتایج: 204  
2013
Kang Ok Cho, Carol Ewing Garber, Sukho Lee, Yeon Soo Kim,

BACKGROUND The goal of this study was to evaluate energy expenditure and dietary intake of nutrients during Taekwondo practice in elite Korean male Taekwondo players. METHODS Elite Korean male high school (high school player: HP; n = 59) and college players (college player: CP; n = 58) wore an accelerometer to measure energy expenditure and recorded their daily dietary intake for nutritional ...

Journal: :British journal of sports medicine 1986
J E Siana, P Borum, H Kryger,

During the 6th Taekwondo World Championship more than 4 per cent of the competitors were admitted to hospital. The majoirity of the severe injuries were to the head and neck. More padding and a change of rules are recommended.

2005
Michael Feehan,

Objective -To determine the pattern of injuries sustained by taekwondo competitors, and how previous injury affects performance in sporting competition. Methods Competitors at a major New Zealand fullcontact taekwondo tournament were given a comprehensive questionnaire immediately before competition. Self reports of injuries sustained through taekwondo in the previous 12 months were determined....

Journal: :The Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association 2008
Mohsen Kazemi, Heather Shearer,

UNLABELLED The purpose of the present study was to examine chiropractic utilization following a sport-related injury among National Team members and other high level Taekwondo athletes. METHODS Retrospective surveys were conducted among Canadian male and female Taekwondo athletes (Group A, n = 60) competing in a national tournament and National Taekwondo team athletes (Group B, n = 16) at a t...

2015
Natalia Covarrubias, Subir Bhatia, Luis F Campos, Dahn V Nguyen, Eric Y Chang,

OBJECTIVE To correlate training habits of Taekwondo (TKD) athletes to risk for injury. BACKGROUND TKD is a Korean marital art that has been growing in popularity, with nearly 2 million individuals practicing the sport in the United States. Because of the combative nature of the sport, injuries are an inherent risk. However, data on proper training habits, types of injuries sustained during tr...

Journal: :The Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association 2016
Mohsen Kazemi, Anas Ingar, Ali Jaffery,

Poomsae is the only non-contact and no opponent form of Taekwondo. The purpose of this descriptive study was to determine the type and rate of injuries in elite Canadian Poomsae athletes. Strain and joint dysfunction were the most common types of injuries in Poomsae. Lower limb and back were the most common area of injury in females and males respectively. Females with a lower rank in experienc...

Journal: :The Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association 2011
Mohsen Kazemi, Alima Rahman, Marco De Ciantis,

BACKGROUND Weight reduction cycles are used by weight classed athletes in Taekwondo to make a weight category. Tension, dizziness, headaches, and confusion have been associated with rapid weight loss (RWL). There is a lack of research in weight cycling and its benefits among Taekwondo athletes. PURPOSE To investigate the rate of weight cycling in Junior Taekwondo athletes and its effect on pe...

Journal: :Collegium antropologicum 2013
Drazen Cular, Goran Munivrana, Ratko Katić,

The aim of this research is to determine the order and importance of impacts of particular anthropological characteristics and technical and tactical competence on success in taekwondo according to opinions of top taekwondo instructors (experts). Partial objectives include analysis of metric characteristics of the measuring instrument, and determining differences between two disciplines (sparri...

Journal: :The Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association 2010
Mohsen Kazemi, Giovanni Perri, David Soave,

The purpose of this study was to identify the characteristics of Olympic medal winners (gold, silver, bronze) who competed in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and compare these characteristics to those who competed but did not earn medals. We have also descriptively analysed the 2008 data in comparison to the 2004 data (Kazemi et al., 2009), and 2000 data (Kazemi et al., 2006) and summarized chan...

2013
Coral Falco, Raúl Landeo, Cristina Menescardi, José Luis Bermejo, Isaac Estevan,

The aim of this study was to analyze the performance of medallists’ taekwondo athletes in University level Championship. Kicking actions were grouped into three categories; circular, linear and with a previous spin kicks. Performance was evaluated based on 1) the type and height of the kicks employed, 2) the attacking and counterattacking nature of the kicking actions and 3) the scoring profile...