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Professor da EEFE-USP; Praticante e Pesquisador de Judô; Preparador físico de atletas de modalidades esportivas de combate.

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Released in USA

Advancements in the Scientific Study of Combative Sports
Editors: Jason E. Warnick and W. Daniel Martin (Arkansas Tech University, Russellville, AR )
Book Description:
Combative sports, like boxing and the martial arts, have been a mainstay of competitive athletics throughout the history of mankind. While these sports are controversial in nature, the athletic endeavors of boxing and mixed martial arts have become multi-billion dollar industries enjoyed by millions of fans around the world. Research on these sports has spanned many domains including psychology, sociology, physiology, sports medicine and biomechanics. Each of these approaches to the topic of combative sports has provided many interesting findings. Further, each field has offered advancements that have improved the sports’ training, judging, safety, and associated medical care. However, until now, research within each of these domains has been published in journals specifically targeting scholars in that field. Thus, interdisciplinary research on this topic has remained rare and has seldom been promoted. This book seeks to provide a central outlet for the current research on combative sports, provoke interdisciplinary approaches to the field, and provoke further research and advancements on the topic. For scholars interested in combative sports, various aspects (e.g., mental, physical and cultural) of athletics and sports medicine, this book will be useful as both a starting point and a reference guide for the field.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1. A Review of the Variables Predictive of a Professional Boxing Bout’s Outcome, pp. 1-11 (Jason E. Warnick, Kyla Warnick, Andrew Johnson and W. Daniel Martin)

Chapter 2. High Intensity Training and the Mixed Martial Artist, pp. 13-39
(John Amtmann)

Chapter 3. Special Judo Fitness Test: Development and Results, pp. 41-59
(Emerson Franchini, Fabrício Boscolo Del Vecchio and Stanislaw Sterkowicz)

Chapter 4. Biomechanics of Kung Fu Palm Strike, pp. 61-78
(Osmar Pinto Neto)

Chapter 5. Judo and Variability: Application to Technical Actions During the Match, pp. 79-96(Emerson Franchini and Fabrício Boscolo Del’Vecchio)

Chapter 6. The Influence of Painful Stimulation During Asian Martial Arts Training on Pain Perception, pp. 97-111
(Monika Dirkwinkel and Stefan Evers)

Chapter 7. Handedness, Achievement in Sport and Boxing, pp. 113-127
(Recep Gursoy, Mehmet Akif Ziyagil, Suleyman Sahin and Senol Dane)

Chapter 8. Further Evidence of the Availability Heuristic Bias for Boxing Awards, pp. 129-133(Jason E. Warnick and Kyla Warnick)

Chapter 9. Injuries in the Martial Arts, pp. 135-161
(Merrilee Zetaruk)

Chapter 10. Health Benefits Associated with Kung Fu Training, pp. 163-181
(Tracey W. Tsang)

Chapter 11. The Biomechanics of Impact in Boxing, pp. 183-200
Cynthia A. Bir and Sarah Stojsih)

Index
Series:
Sports and Athletics Preparation, Performance, and Psychology
Binding: Hardcover
Pub. Date: 2010
Pages: 6 x 9
ISBN: 978-1-60876-733-5
https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=23_147&products_id=11448&osCsid=2d0b

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