Physical development evaluation methods examples

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Physical Development Evaluation Methods Examples: Endurance Long distance (1100 yards) running Strength Push-ups in 1 minute Chin-ups Sit-ups in 1 minute Speed Short distance (50 meters) sprint running Coordination Obstacle Running for example envelope running. See Appendix A for Physical Training Examples
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Page 75 Tactical Development Due to the nature of boxing, where boxers are lone fighters against his/her opponent in the ring, it is important for boxers to learn tactical aspects in boxing. Evaluation of tactical development can be evaluated by using different methods. One of the assessment methods can be utilization of visual methods, such as films and video tapes. While watching these visual tools, coach can ask questions to boxer about his/her thoughts about tactical approaches that were made and that can be used. Other than using visual method, coach can assess boxer’s tactical development by placing him/her in sparring against partners who use different styles of boxing. Conduct sparring without any tactical instruction and have boxer make his/her own tactics during the sparring session, coach can evaluate tactics used by boxer in sparring session to evaluate use of different tactics and execution. Prior to conducting an assessment, the coach must plan and prepare the evaluation criteria such as: Does a boxer fully understand the tactics taught? Does a boxer quickly and correctly identify opponent’s boxing style? Does a boxer manage to make an adjustment to the tactics? Does a boxer know which tactics can be used against his/her opponent? Does a boxer properly execute the tactics? ADVANCED TECHNIQUES USA USA Olympic boxing style is diverse because of the cultures, ethnic backgrounds, teaching methods, philosophies and styles taught by a wide range of American coaches. A major element observed in the USA style is the athleticism of the boxer. Athleticism allows the boxer to utilize his/her speed, power, strength, quickness and agility. These attributes are nurtured by the coaches within the USA Boxing Program. A unique factor of USA boxing is the unlimited domestic competitions provided by Silver Gloves, Golden Gloves, National Police Athletic League, Armed Forces and the Junior Olympic Programs. These programs contribute to the American boxer as they develop required experience such as techniques and tactics to be successful in competition at an early age. Boxing Stance Majority of US boxers box with a balanced boxing stance then the boxer prepare his/her attack by using lead hand straight punches then follows with different combination of punches and work to attack from variety of angles with movements. Balanced boxing stance, boxer has feet at shoulder width, weight distribution evenly between feet. This allow boxer to move in the ring with greater ease in every direction without coming off balance.
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