Time-motion analysis of the 2022 Manchester Taekwondo Grand Prix
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Keywords:Taekwondo, Time-Motion, Athletic Performance
The aims of this study were to examine the physiological demands of male and female athletes in the Manchester 2022 Taekwondo Grand Prix by time-motion analysis method. A total of 195 competitions, 92 women and 103 men, were analyzed. All Olympic weights participating in the tournament (women: 49kg, 57kg, 67kg and +67kg; men: 58kg, 68kg, 80kg and +80kg) were analyzed. Kinovea video analysis program was used for time-motion analysis. Conclusion: Significant differences were found between the Fighting Time (FT), Non-Fighting Time (NFT), and Pause Time (PT) Gender and weight categories. In addition, significant differences in FT were found between rounds in females. The results show that there are significant differences in FT according to gender and weight (p<0.05). In general, women have more FT than men. In addition, both genders of light weights have higher FT than heavyweights (p<0.05). These findings show that the physiological demands of both sexes vary according to weight. Trainers should know that weight categories have different physiological demands while preparing athletes for competitions and should design their programs to meet these demands.
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