Martial arts such as judo, ninjustsu, tae kwon do, and karate have been popular for years. Discovering what our body is doing during a fight will help shed light on which training techniques martial artists might want in order to be at their best and perform more efficiently.
In a recent experiment, a judoka performed three different types of throws for 5 minutes, one every 15 seconds. The scientists found that throws like the seoi-nage, or shoulder throws, demand higher aerobic activity. They also discovered that a harai-goshi throw, or sweeping hip throws, depend on anaerobic activity.
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