A qualitative lecture at the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences entitled Kinetic performance of the skill of the preparation pause in the game of boxing
The Division of Continuing Education at the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences University of Diyala held a qualitative lecture entitled ((Kinetic performance of the skill of preparing for the boxing game)) delivered by Assistant Professor Dr. Firas Abdel Moneim teacher Ayad Kamel and teacher Ammar Musa.
The lecture aimed to familiarize the students with the importance of the preparation pose in the game of boxing. It is the first skill upon which the rest of the boxing skills are built and it requires four basic conditions to learn and perform and these conditions are relaxation coverage balance and ease of movement.
The lecture dealt with how to teach students the correct posture
The opening between the feet should match the width of the shoulders and the width of the hips because there are individual differences between each student and another so these differences must be taken into account when teaching them this important skill.
The lecture dealt with several axes the most important of which are when teaching the preparedness pose for boxers.
The characteristics of each boxer such as height shortness and other physical characteristics should be noted because they affect the style required for the correct stance.
The boxer with the characteristics of short boxers needs a different style in the prepared stance unlike the boxer of tall stature and the opening of the feet is appropriate in contrast to the long one in order for the body to be helpful to confront the opponent in the counter punches and in most cases the taller and thinner weight is more beneficial For his length and punches which are faster in reaching the goal.
The taller is better at teaching him and the teaching period is less than the short classes and the distance between the feet should be more opening for boxers of tall stature in order to keep his balance in a ready stance and that the front foot has A distinguished role in moving towards the opponent and discovering his movements.