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All advice given at Combat-Sports-Performance is scientifically backed. This is possible by reading the constantly changing literature from a wide range of areas and relating them to combat sports. As well as reading the literature, Combat-Sports-Performance also conduct and publish research of their own. If you have a specific question you would like answered this can be undertaken by our in-house research team, feel free to email us with any questions and requests. This page is used to highlight some of our published research...

 

Peer Reviewed Publications to Date

As always we have a number of manuscripts submitted and they are working their way through the peer-review process, as soon as they are published they will be placed on here.

Silmani M, Znazen H, Sellami M, Davis P. (2018) Heart Rate Monitoring During Combat Sports Matches: A Brief Review. International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport. (Epub Ahead of Print).

Davis P, Waldock R, Connorton A, Driver S, Anderson S. (2017) A comparison of Amateur Boxing Before and After the 2013 Rules Change and the Impact on Boxers Safety. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 52. 11, 741-746.

Slimani M, Chaabène H, Davis P, Padulo J, Miarka B, Chamari K. (2017) Hormonal Responses to Striking Combat Sports Competition: A Systematic Review. Biology of Sport. 35. 2, 121-136.

Davis P. (2017) Intra-Season Changes in Open-Class Amateur Boxers' Physiological Profiles: A Year-Long Study. Journal of Combat Sports and Martial Arts. 2. 8, 117-121.

Slimani M, Davis P, Hafedh H, Franchini E. (2017) Rating of perceived exertion for quantifying of training and combat loads during combat sport specific activities: A short review. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 10, 2889-2902.

Davis P. (2017) Comment on: “It is time to ban rapid weight loss from combat sports”. Sports Medicine. 47. 8, 1673-1675.

Davis P, Connorton A, Driver S, Anderson S, Waldock R. (2017) The Activity Profile of Elite Male Amateur Boxing Following the 2013 Rule Change. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. (Epub ahead of print).

Davis P, Beneke R. (2017) Anthropometric Parameters of Amateur Boxers: Comparability and Sensitivity of the Equations used to Calculate Body Density. Journal of Combat Sports and Martial Arts. 7. 2, 109-116.

Slimani M, Chaabène H, Davis P, Padulo J, Miarka B, Chamari K. (2017) Performance Aspects and Physiological Responses in Male Amateur Boxing Competitions: A Brief Review. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 4. 1132-1141.

Ouergu I, Houcine N, Marzouki H, Davis P, Franchini E, Gmada N, Bouhlel E. (2016) Physiological Responses and Time-Motion Analysis of Small Combat Games in Kickboxing: Impact of Ring Size and Number of Sparring Partners. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 31. 7. 

Vecchio L D, Stanton R, Davis P and Reaburn P. (2016) Body Mass and Kicking Velocity is Significantly Correlated to Front Kicking, but not Roundhouse Kicking Performance. Journal of Austrailian Strength and Conditioning. (Accepted Awaiting Details).

Ouergu I, Marzouki H, Davis P, Franchini E, Bouhlel E. (2016) Relative and absolute reliability of specific kickboxing circuit training protocol in male kickboxers. Journal of Science and Sports. 31. 4, e65-72.

Ouergui I, Davis P, Houcine N, Marzouki H, Zaouali M, Franchini E, Gmada N, Bouhlel E. (2016) Hormonal, Physiological and Physical Performance during Simulated Kickboxing Combat: Differences Between Winners and Losers. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 11. 425-431.

Davis, P. Benson, P. Connorton, A. Waldock, R. (2016) Performance Analysis of Elite Female Amateur Boxers and Comparison to their Male Counterparts. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 11. 55 - 60.

Ouergui I, Houcine N, Marzouki H, Davis P, Zaouali M, Franchini E, Gmada N, Bouhlel E. (2015) Development of a Non-Contact Kickboxing Circuit Training Protocol that simulates Elite Male Kickboxing Competition. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 12. 3405-3411.

Davis, P. Benson, P. Connorton, A. Pitty, J. Waldock, R. (2015) The Activity Profile of Elite Male Amateur Boxing. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 10. 53-57.

Davis, P. Leithauser, M. Beneke, R. (2014) The Energetics of Simulated 3 x 2 min Amateur Boxing. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 9. 233 - 239.

Davis, P. Wittekind, A. Beneke, R. (2013) Amateur Boxing: Activity Profile of Winners and Losers. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 8. 84 - 91.

Davis, P. (2013) The Energetics of Amateur Boxing. Doctoral Thesis. The University of Essex. England.

Beneke, R. Davis, P. Leithauser, R. (2013) Aktionsprofil und Stoffwechsel des Amateurboxens im drei mal zwei Minuten Format. Leipziger Sportwissenschaftliche Beiträge, (Berlin), 54. 52 - 64.

Davis, P. (2011) Olympic Impact Report, 1994 Group. (this was a non-academic publication based on the build up to the 2012 London Olympics and the work people (including my research) were having on the preparations).

 

Presentations

Davis, P. Beneke, R. (2011). Die Energetik der Amateur Boxing. Deutscher Sportarztekongress. Frankfurt, Germany.

Davis, P. Beneke, R. (2010). Amateur Boxing: Activity Profile of Winners and Losers. ACSM Annual Meeting, Baltimore, USA.

Davis, P. Beneke, R. (2009) Energetics of Semi-Contact Amateur Boxing. BASES Annual Conference, Sheffield, UK.

 

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