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

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In the literature some physiomorphological studies on judoists have been found.
In terms of the volume, surface area and length, many biometric ratio values of some phalangeal and metacarpal bones of the elite male judoists have been found statistically significant when compared with those of the sedentary men.
Therefore we suggested that judoists have possibly the hand bone proliferation in comparison with sedentary men.
This study showed that biometric rations of the metacarpal and phalangeal bones of elite judo players have higher that those of sedentary men, which is statistically important, therefore this respect should be considered in medical procedures regarding the hand skeleton of judoists.
The final sample included twelve judoists, fifteen cyclists (road cycling) and seventeen controls.
All the judoists were national-level athletes, with a training history of 9.
Judoists and cyclists used the more drastic methods to lose weight including fasting (14% among judoists, 41% among cyclists) and laxatives.