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Kick boxing, Muay thai et disciplines associées
Références

Mise à jour : 10 Juin 2020
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Références

  • Intensity of Health Behaviors in people who practice combat sports and martial arts
  • Kotarska K, et al. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019.
  • Effects of 9 months of martial arts training on cardiac autonomic modulation in healthy children and adolescents. Suetake VYB, et al. Pediatr Exerc Sci. 2018.
  • Effects of Muaythaï training frequency on body composition and physical fitness in healthy untrained women. Randomized controlled trial. Rapkiewicz JA, et al. J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 2018.
  • A group kickboxing program for balance, mobility, and quality of life in individuales with multiple sclerosis : a pilot study. Jackson K, et al. J Neurol Phys Ther. 2012.
  • Feasibility and effects of a group kickboxing program for individuals with multiple sclerosis : a pilot report. Jackson K, et al. J Bodyw Mov Ther. 2012.
  • The effect of short-term sport-specific strength and conditioning training on physical fitness of welle-trained mixed martial arts athletes. Kostikiadis IN, et al. J Sports Sci Med. 2018.
  • Turner, A., Baker, E. D., & Miller, S. (2011). Increasing the impact force of the rear hand punch. Strength & Conditioning Journal, 33(6), 2–9.
  • Arseneau, E., Mekary, S., & Léger, L. (2011). VO2 requirements of boxing exercises. Journal strength and conditionning, 25, 348‑359.
  • Arseneau, E. (2011). Metabolic requirements of boxing exercises

Vous pouvez consulter le chapitre Kick boxing, Muay thai et disciplines associées de la fédération (format PDF) : Chapitre FF Kick Boxing et DA

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