Gustavo Ferreira Pedrosa1, Bruno Teobaldo1, Marcelo Januário1, Ytalo Mota Soares1, André Fernandes Chaves Filho1, Gleysson Riveiro Alves1, Leszek Antoni Szmuchrowski1, Dariusz Śledziewski2
1Load Evaluation Laboratory; Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
2Department of Theory of Sport, Józef Piłsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw, Poland
Background & study aim: The judo training is highly complex and recording methods should help coaches to a better understanding of what is in fact been trained. The purpose of this study was recording the exercises performed by judo athletes during fourteen training sessions.
Material and Methods: During fourteen days a digital camera video recorded the training of a judo team. The exercises were posteriorly analysed according to the magnitude, structure and dynamic through the time spent to perform each exercise.
Results: 1422 minutes were recorded and the randori was the exercise more performed along the fourteen days training. The randori was always executed at the end of the training session with only two days exception. Specific exercises were more executed than general and special exercise.
Conclusion: The recording process is an efficient method to analyze the magnitude, structure and dynamic of the exercises and can help to a better understanding on the adaptations caused by the training practice.
Key words: dynamic ? magnitude ? structure
Published online: 17 September 2015
Copyright: ? 2015 the Authors. Published by Archives of Budo
Contributors: Gustavo Ferreira Pedrosa, Leszek Antoni Szmuchrowski conceived the study design. Gustavo Ferreira Pedrosa, Bruno Teobaldo, Marcelo Januário, Ytalo Mota Soares, André Fernandes Chaves Filho, Gleysson Riveiro Alves, Leszek Antoni Szmuchrowski, Dariusz Śledziewski collected the data. Gustavo Ferreira Pedrosa, Leszek Antoni Szmuchrowski analysed the data. Gustavo Ferreira Pedrosa, Ytalo Mota Soares, Leszek Antoni Szmuchrowski, Dariusz Śledziewski prepared the manuscript. Gustavo Ferreira Pedrosa, Bruno Teobaldo, Marcelo Januário, André Fernandes Chaves Filho, Gleysson Riveiro Alves, Leszek Antoni Szmuchrowski, Dariusz Śledziewski secured the funding.
Funding: Departmental sources
Conflict of interest: Authors have declared that no competing interest exists
Ethical approval: Not required
Provenance and peer review: Under responsibility of HMA Congress
Corresponding author: Gustavo Ferreira Pedrosa, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Antônio Carlos Av. 6.627, Belo Horizonte, Brazil; e-mail: gustavofpedrosa[at]hotmail.com
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