Determine the performance aspects (time-motion and technical-tactical analysis) of top-level low-kick kickboxers according to gender, weight-categories, combat rounds, and match outcome.

To examine the site-specific osteogenic effect of upper limb impact-loading activity we compared the forearm and arm bone mineral density (BMD) of male boxers to that of active controls.

The double side kick is a frequently used technique in pointfighting on which most offensive kicking techniques are based on. The aim of the study was to identify parameters, e.g., trunk and leg positions, durations and velocities that affect successful technique execution.

The objective of the study was to analyze the time structure of high-level kickboxing matches.

The aim of the present study was to investigate the hormonal, physiological and physical responses of simulated kickboxing competition and evaluate if there was a difference between winners and losers.

Slowed reaction time (RT) represents both a risk factor for and a consequence of sport concussion. The purpose of this study was to determine the reliability and criterion validity of a novel clinical test of simple and complex RT, called RTclin, in contact sport athletes.

Muay Thai kickboxing is a common sport that uses the foot and ankle in fighting. Muay Thai kickboxing trainees usually receive training in Thailand Foot and ankle problems in this group of people who usually train barefoot remain unexplored.

The individual response to acute and chronic changes in cardiac structure and function to intense exercise training is not fully understood and therefore evidence in this setting may help to improve the timing and interpretation of pre-participation cardiac screening.

The aim of the current study was to verify whether the specific kickboxing circuit training protocol (SKCTP) could reproduce kickboxing combat‘s hormonal, physiological and physical responses.