PhD A.O. Akopyan1
PhD S.I. Telyuk1
1Russian Scientific Research Institute for Physical Culture and Sports, Moscow
Subject to the study were the quantitative characteristics of the gender-specific anticipative responses at the pre-season training stage in modern elite boxing. The study data and analyses made it possible to profile the gender-specific anticipative responses in boxing (men's and women's) and judo (men's) sports versus training stages and fatigue indices. It was found that the technical/ tactical performance driven by the anticipative responses accounts for 38.7% in modern elite boxing. The quantitative aspects of the anticipative responses were found dependent on the training stage and fatigue. At the sparring-prioritizing training stage in elite boxing, 40.6% of the scoring technical actions were found driven by anticipative responses, with the rate growing up to 47.8% at the pre-season stage. The technical/ tactical performance driven by the anticipative responses was found fatigue dependent, with the scoring actions in the elite men's and women's boxing rated to vary round-to-round at 4.6 – 7.8 – 3.8 and 4 – 3 – 1, respectively.
Keywords: boxing, anticipative response, prediction, training stage, sparring, efficiency, tactics, topicality, elite boxers.
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