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Uso de atividades motoras complexas no treinamento de boxeadores jovens

Technical performance effectiveness subsequent to complex motor skills training in young boxers

Said El Ashkera*
pages 475-484
Received: 07 Apr 2011
Accepted: 05 Jun 2011
Version of record first published: 01 Nov 2011
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Boxing is a sport that comprises a wide variety of integrated offensive, defensive and counter-attack skills performed in an unpredictable environment. Mastering the variety of complex motor skills (CMS) that are required in a boxing match allows the player to employ the best motor performance in most positions of the actual game. This study aimed to assess the associations between implementing CMS versus simple motor skill (SMS) training and the subsequent changes in physical, technical and technical performance effectiveness (TPE) variables in junior boxers. We employed an experimental design that comprised two groups (each 20 males, mean age = 15.22±0.62 years). For 12 weeks, intervention boxers received CMS training, while controls received traditional SMS training. Physical, technical and TPE variables were measured before and after the training programs. Although the two groups were of similar abilities at baseline, there were statistically significant differences (P<0 .05=".05" abilities="abilities" absolute="absolute" across="across" advantage="advantage" and="and" better="better" between="between" boxers="boxers" cms="cms" contribute="contribute" control="control" could="could" developing="developing" differences="differences" enhance="enhance" exhibited="exhibited" favourable="favourable" group.="group." group="group" i.e.="i.e." improvements="improvements" in="in" intervention="intervention" junior="junior" measures="measures" more="more" of="of" or="or" p="p" performance.="performance." physical="physical" positively="positively" post="post" ratios="ratios" relative="relative" technical="technical" terms="terms" the="the" their="their" to="to" tpe.="tpe." values="values" variables="variables">