Corresponding Author: Aleksander Osipov
Co-Authors: Mikhail Kudryavtsev, Oleg Koptev, Sergii Iermakov, Valentina Bliznevskaya
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The goal of the research is to search for the objective criteria for assesing the level of preparedness of the elite judokas representing the combined national teams of the Russia and Kyrgyzstan to an active and attacking fight encouraged by the current IJF rules.
Methods. Analysis of competitive judo mathes - 4032. The period for the research - 6 years (2010-2015). The athletes competed in categories less than 60, 66, 73 and 81 kg (national teams of Russia and Kyrgyzstan). The authors attribute to the competitive coefficients (CC) of the number of won and lost technical actions, activiti in a duel and time intervals between the attacking actions.
Results. The authors suggested that the judoists of light weight categories formed a defensive style of conducting competitive matches on the whole. The most meet the requirements of the modern judo CC athletes less than 73 kg. Comparative analysis of the CC showed that the athletes of all weight categories reliably (p<0.001) reduced the time interval between attacking actions in the mathes.
Conclusions. Analysis of the CC judoists of the teams of Russia and Kyrgyzstan showed the athletes of categories less than 60, 66 and 81 kg formed a generally defensive style of fighting. This style is aimed at keeping the gained advantage through the false activity and increasing the technique of Ne-waza. The most adapted to the modern requirements of IJF were the athletes weighting up to 73 kg.
Journal name: International Journal of Applied Exercise Physiology
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