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.
Kickboxing is a group of full-contact combat sports that allows both kicking and punching from a standing position. Despite its popularity, there is a scarcity of published data elucidating the injury epidemiology in kickboxing.
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.