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a sport adapted from jujitsu (using principles of not resisting) and similar to wrestling

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Dietary Supplementation of High Performance Korean and Japanese Judoists.
Since the grasping tracksuit of rival with the palm is most frequently used by judoist, the metacarpal and phalangeal bones that form the palm have been included in the study, excluding the carpal bones.
The effects of a two-hour judo training session on the neutrophil immune functions in university judoists.
Effects of 7weeks competitive training period on physiological and mental condition of top level judoists.
Effects of morning caffeine' ingestion on mood states, simple reaction time, and short-term maximal performance on elite judoists.
Bone density in elite judoists and effects of weight cycling on bone metabolic balance.
Chapman and coworkers (17) and Paillard and associates (18) found that there was no difference in static postural control between expert and novice surfers and judoists, respectively.
1996) Psychological profiles of Korean elite judoists.
Psychic qualities and their role in the system of psychological training of judoists.
2011, Somatotype Variables Related to Muscle Torque and Power in Judoists, J of Human Kinetics;(30); 21-28
A study by Koral and Dosseville (6) found that mass loss procedures (gradual weight loss over 3-4 weeks) employed by elite judoists prior to competition had no affect on short duration performance.
He has inspired more than 200 aspiring judoists - men, women, children from the age of five upwards and able-bodied or disabled children, clocking up more than 2,000 hours of community work in the process.