BIO MOTORIC ANALYSIS, DEGENERATION PROCESS, AND ANXIETY OF PROFESSIONAL BOXER FOR MAXIMUM PEAK PERFORMANCE: A LITERATURE STUDY

Bisa, Maksimus (2020) BIO MOTORIC ANALYSIS, DEGENERATION PROCESS, AND ANXIETY OF PROFESSIONAL BOXER FOR MAXIMUM PEAK PERFORMANCE: A LITERATURE STUDY. International Journal of Medical and Exercise Science, 6 (2). pp. 720-731. ISSN 2455 0159

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Abstract

Background of study: The strength of a straight punch, uppercut and hook is needed by a professional boxer to knock down his opponent. Therefore, in the training program for a boxer, it is necessary to analyze the biomechanical characteristics and bio motoric components, which influence its, strength, endurance, and speed by not ignoring psychological factors and the degeneration process that occurs. Degeneration is a natural process, which occurs in every individual, from the cellular level to the level of movement. It functions since 30 years of age characterized by the disappearance of the ability of cells and tissues to repair and replace themselves and maintain normal structure, as well as resulting a decrease in all body functions for 1% every year Methodology: This article is a qualitative description with a literature study which analyzes various theories by experts in bio motoric components, degeneration processes, and psychological factors in the form of anxiety. Result: A balance between physical can slow the degeneration process, psychological, and environmental factors including the life style of a boxer, the factors of strength, endurance, speed, and psychological factors in the form of anxiety influence each other, both directly and indirectly against peak performance in the achievement of a boxer. Conclusion: Periodic measurements and evaluations of bio motoric components and mental training have to be considered, so that during the golden age, boxers can achieve optimally

Item Type: Article
Subjects: MEDICINE
Depositing User: Edi Wibowo
Date Deposited: 03 Jul 2020 04:02
Last Modified: 03 Jul 2020 04:02
URI: http://repository.uki.ac.id/id/eprint/1890

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