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11:40  25 july  2021
11:40  25 july  2021 Source:   businessinsider.de

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, according to experts, which is the most difficult Olympic summer sport? The question is just as controversial as the answer. Sports Rand McClain asks in conversation with business insiders: "What is harder? To stop the breath under water while pushing the bulk of the lower body over water? As long as possible to drive directly to the anaerobic stress limit? To stand opposite an opponent who has just met you directly on the jaw - in the fear of being permanently injured or to die? "

at the Olympic Level this is all superpy hard, says the expert. But a few sports stand out as the most difficult from everyone out. Business insiders has asked six sports physicians who require the Olympic disciplines to require most physical, technical and mental strengths.

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However, these more severe injuries are rare, said Dr. Andrew Cosgarea, head team physician for the Johns Hopkins University Department of Athletics and chief of the Division of Sports Medicine at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. "An overuse just implies that the amount of stress that the body is seeing in any given period of time is more than it's capable of accepting or dealing with, without having a negative effect on that tissue." Sometimes, when a more severe injury occurs, it might be the result of a predisposing factor -- such as a stress fracture that occurred during training -- not healing

Water Polo was native to the physiological Olympic Sport

water polo is often at the top of the leading lists when it comes to the hardest sport. In 2016, the sports magazine called "Bleacher Report" water polo for the "toughest sport in the world", based on six parameters: strength, stamina, speed, mobility, skill and body use. Apart from the fact that players and players run through the water for 30 minutes and swim up to 1.6 kilometers per game , they also have to "plug in a similar way to ice hockey and football, while they are trying to touch the ground, not Drown and at the same time to score, "says Nandini Collins, a trainer and physiologist on business insiders. "Water polo is played with a reckless dedication and is violent than the spectators take."

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Naresh Rao, the senior physician of the men's US water ball team, explained to insiders, water polo be exhausting because it is both aerobic forces for endurance as well as anaerobic Capacities for the sprints requires. "It's the hardest Olympic summer sport," says Sports McClain. "Why? Because it requires the highest oxygen uptake. "

The data to this theory are not quite uniform. Many top swimmers, long-distance runners and cycling R have extraordinary VO2-Max values ​​- a clue for how efficiently your body can use oxygen.

gymnasts requires most technical and mental skills

four of the seven experts who surveyed business insiders called gymnastics as the most demanding sport. "High risk is associated with the different elements, and gymnasts must master balance, strength, flexibility and endurance of the upper and lower extremities," says Kathleen Davenport, director of Physiatrie HSS Florida.

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Pankration. This was a primitive form of martial art combining wrestling and boxing, and was considered to be one of the toughest sports. Greeks believed that it was founded by Theseus when he defeated the fierce Minotaur in the labyrinth. IOC. Ancient Olympic Games expert Paul Christesen reveals what life would have been like for the spectators at Olympia . From taking advantage of the Olympic truce to hearing the latest works from the famous historian Herodotus and enjoying a giant, 24-hour BBQ, it is easy to see why the Games were a key date in the diary for Greeks everywhere.

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You need "strength and explosiveness" as well as an "extremely high level of concentration" to run dangerous stunts - even after a fall.

These sports occupy the third place

swimming received a voice for the general resilience and another for the mental strength, as it is a "sport with sensory undersupply", so Tate Greditzer, a former professional water ball player. Boxer, Tenkäbsfer and 800-meter sprinter each received one voice as a physically demanding sport.

At the 800-meter run, "the runners must literally run with 90 percent of their full speed for far less than two minutes," said Personal Trainer Jon P on Business Insiders. When he was running, he felt a "complete deafness, inside and out," he says. "My view was blurred, I could no longer come to breath or collect enough oxygen for a while."

surfing and stabhochsprung received a voice for the most technically difficult sport. Tennis and Marathon ever got a voice for mental strength. Kevin Bernstein, the medical director of the Peaks Coaching Group, said, however, all the Olympions would have to be mentally resistant. "Who Mental strength is missing, which does not come alone with physical talent not so far - no matter in which sport. "

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