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Department of Self-Defence Theories and Application of Competitive and Aquatic Sports, Faculty of Physical Education, Sadat City University, Sadat, Egypt
The importance of the study is to develop the technological education system in teaching offensive skills in kickboxing. The use of artificial intelligence techniques in the educational process. Developing a kinaesthetic learning system and a kinaesthetic reaction, the study aims at "the effect of artificial intelligence techniques on the motor reaction and its relationship to some offensive skills in Kickboxing (educational robot)". The study method the researcher used the experimental method. The study sample was from kickboxing players in Kafr El-Sheikh Kickboxing region by choosing the study sample in a random way for Kickboxing players, where Their number reached (20) players who have obtained a black belt, Dan (1), reached the conclusions. Teaching using the learning robot leads to an evolution in the student's learning levels in learning offensive skills in kickboxing. Teaching using technology leads to the development of the motor reaction of the skills intended. Teaching using technology, artificial intelligence methods, and neural networks is characterized by flexibility and speed of motor reaction. The recommendations came to provide the necessary technological devices and tools to work in the faculties of physical education and sports, and to provide schools with all communication requirements The International Network for Information and interest in presenting studies dealing with the use of technology in teaching physical education.
Artificial Intelligence, An Educational Robot, Kickboxing
Hassan Mohamed Hassan Aly Sayed Ahmed, Mohammed Asim Ghazi. (2023). The Effect of Artificial Intelligence Techniques on Motor Interaction and Its Relationship to Some Offensive Skills in Kickboxing (Educational Robot). International Journal of Sports Science and Physical Education, 8(2), 9-14. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ijsspe.20230802.11
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