SOMATIC ASPECTS OF SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP IN TAEKWON-DO ITF

Keywords: taekwon-do, ITF, body, composition

Abstract

The purpose of the study is to answer a basic question: which somatic characteristics of taekwon-do ITF athletes correlate the most with their sports level and experience training. Material: Representatives of the Polish taekwon-do ITF national team (n=21) took part in the study. The subjects’ age was in the range of 18.51-32.22 years (24.5±4.1), and their training experience 8.4-22.4 years (13.6±3,4). Results: Measurements of 20 basic somatic characteristics were taken. It was determined that correlations with the sports level and training experience were non-homogeneous and diverse due to the represented weight category. Conclusions: correlations of somatic indices with sports level and training experience among Polish representatives in taekwon-do are heterogeneous and largely dependent on weight category.

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2015-08-28
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Jagiello W, Kozina Z, Jagiello M. SOMATIC ASPECTS OF SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP IN TAEKWON-DO ITF. Physical education of students. 2015;19(4):51-5. https://doi.org/10.15561/20755279.2015.0408
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