The analysis of the sports fight was performed by two champion-level kickboxing coaches and one referee based on digital video recordings of the examined athlete. The recording was made with three cameras. Movavi Video Editor 14 software (Movavi, Wildwood, MO, USA) was used to merge the images. The setting of cameras allowed continuous observation of the athletes, referees, and the scoreboard. A single sheet was developed as the essential research tool. Each expert had a separate measurement sheet on which they recorded the techniques used and those completed successfully. The data from all the measurement sheets were entered in an Excel sheet, where the means of the ratings of the three experts were computed for each athlete. Then the values of technical and tactical preparation indices were calculated. In the evaluation of the efficiency of the attack during K1 competitions, each fair hit gets 1 point. In the effectiveness of the attack, the effective attack is a technical action awarded a point, and an attack is defined as an offensive technical action. The indicators of technical and tactical training were computed using the following formulae (Rydzik et al., 2020; Rydzik and Ambrozy, 2021).

Efficiency of the attack (Sa)

where n is the number of attacks awarded 1 pt.* and N is the number of fights observed (it is 1 in this study).

Effectiveness of the attack (Ea)

Activeness of the attack (Aa)

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