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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2020, Vol. 7, Issue 4, Part B

The relationship between the weight classes and competitive activity of judo athletes


Author(s): Farruh Ahmedov Shavkatovich

Abstract: The aim of this work is to compare competitive activity of different weight category judokas. The indicators of competitive activity (attacks, defenses and counter attacks), penalties and their reasons, ratios of scores that obtained in standing fight and groundwork fight and the attributes of the most frequently used techniques by different weight category judokas were defined. The results of the study show that attacks and defenses were implemented much more by the lightweight and middleweight category judokas. Penalties for “Non Combativity” were given for lightweight (40.6%) and heavyweight (52.0%) judokas, while, “Avoid grip” was given most times for middleweight athletes (28.8%). The lightweight and middleweight category athletes were achieved mainly in standing fight, 95% and 86%, respectively. There were frequently performed Uchi-mata (41%, P<0.05) throws by the lightweight and Seoi-nage was mostly used by middleweight (33%, P<0.05) and heavyweight (33%, P<0.05) category athletes. The results of this paper can be applied to practical work and planning training process, especially technical-tactical and physical training of the judokas.

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How to cite this article:
Farruh Ahmedov Shavkatovich. The relationship between the weight classes and competitive activity of judo athletes. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2020;7(4):108-111.
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