Classification of antagonistic unarmed combat and space-time characteristics of the project group

LI Junfeng1 CUI Hua1 YUE Qingli1

(1.Beijing Sport University, Beijing, China 100084)

【Abstract】Unarmed combat is an indispensable part of modern sports and the core and principal part of the antagonistic combat groups. By using the methods of literature review, expert interview and case study, this paper reviewed and classified the concepts of combat and further analyzed the characteristics of different types of unarmed combat group. Conclusions: 1) Combat can be divided into striking items, grappling items, and comprehensive items according to the temporal characteristics of combat techniques. It can also be divided into standing items, ground items, and comprehensive items according to the spatial characteristics. 2) The overall temporal characteristics of unarmed combat group are high speed, fast pace, short interval and multiple rounds in a long time. The overall spatial characteristics are multifaceted, diversified and stereoscopic and changeable. 3) The temporal characteristics of striking combat events are short contact time, and high speed, fast pace, and multiple rounds in a long period of time. The spatial characteristics are a small contact area, a small relative position, multi-points, diversity, and changeability. 4) The temporal characteristics of grappling combat events are long contact time, high speed, fast pace, short interval, and multiple rounds. The spatial characteristics are big contact area, changing relative position, multi-points, diversity, and changeability.

【Keywords】 unarmed combat; antagonistic items; project classification; project group; space-time characteristics;

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【Funds】 The 2015 Independent Research Project of Beijing Sport University (2015YB019); First Prize at the 2015 Science Paper Report Conference of Beijing Sport University

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ISSN:1007-3612

CN: 11-3785/G8

Vol 40, No. 12, Pages 139-144

December 2017

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Abstract

  • 1 Research objects and methods
  • 2 Classification of antagonistic unarmed combat items
  • 3 Spatio-temporal characteristics of antagonistic unarmed combat project group
  • 4 Conclusions and suggestions
  • References