Experimental Study on Chinese Athletes’ Physical Distribution in Sanda Competition
Reasonable distribution of physical strength plays a very important role in adversary Sanda competition. According to the physical characteristics of Sanda athletes, this paper studied the physical distribution during Sanda competition. The results are as follows: a) If an athlete’s opponent is physically stronger, then he is not supposed to be recklessly but to take defense-oriented strategies. The athlete has to avoid the opponent’s heavy blow and seize the opportunity to accurately counterattack. b) If his physical strength is equal with the opponent’s, the athlete is supposed to maintain self-physical strength, and try to consume opponent physically. c) If the athlete is physically stronger, then he should actively attack, but not rampage. Two specific tactics are proposed: i) try to consume the opponent’s strength if the opponent is very easily excited or impetuous; ii) try to use defensive strategies if the opponent less attack.
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