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

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Effects of time-of-day and caffeine ingestion on mood states, simple reaction time, and shortterm maximal performance in elite judoists.
88% of high-level judoists Dietary Supplementation of consumed dietary supplements.
2006) Gender differences in the psychological response to weight reduction in 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.
Turkish women judoists won three gold, three silver and four bronze medals, while men judoists won two gold, one silver and two bronze medals on the first day of the two-day tournament.
Possible interactions between antioxidant enzymes and free sialic acids in saliva: a preliminary study on elite judoists.
Bone density and bone metabolic markers in active collegiate athletes: findings in long-distance runners, judoists, and swimmers.
Sportsmen and women, particularly those involved in minority sports, continue to be supported: canoeists, water skiers, judoists, parachutists and many disabled sportsmen and women have all received awards.
It has been reported that vigorous exercise and training cause immune function changes such as biphasic alteration of circulating immune cell numbers in marathoners (1) and athletes (2), a reduced phagocytic activity in Judoists (3), a reduced Salivary immunoglobulin A (IgA) secretion in marathoners (4), and elevated oxidative burst activity in Judoists (5).
Differences in the level of anaerobic and aerobic components of physical capacity in judoists at different age.