FEATURE ARTICLE: Physiotherapy in Boxing - SIDDHARTH SAKALLE

Boxing is a contact sport and contact sports can lead to impact injuries. This game is combination of Power and Endurance. An average boxing punch delivered at a velocity of 9 meters/sec can generate an unbelievable force of 0.2 ton. Prevention can play a huge role in warding off injuries caused by boxing. Lack of strength and faulty boxing techniques may be few reasons why injuries occur but a physiotherapist who can aid rehabilitation process, that can certainly prevent and treat these injuries.

Boxing is divided into two categories one is Professional and other Amateur boxing. Amateur category is used in Olympic, Commonwealth and Asian Game. In both there are 10 weight categories, which are from 48 Kg to 90+Kg. Amateur boxing has three rounds of three minutes in a bout, with a one-minute interval between rounds for male players. For female players four round of two minutes with a one minute interval between rounds. Professional boxing has ranging from ten to twelve rounds of three minutes with one min interval between each round, though four-round fights are common for less experienced fighters

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