Volume 3 “The Arts and Sciences of Judo”

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 IJF lhas jus launched a new issue of “The Arts and Sciences of Judo”.

Download here the Volume 3.

Academic Papers:

  • Serious Sports Injuries of Judoka in Japan, Including ACL injury, Head Injury, and Unconsciousness Via Shime-Waza (By Nobuhiro Kamiya, Isao Yoshida, and Oki Kazuhisa)
  • The Effectiveness of Tactical Actions on the Offensive System of Male Elite Judo Athletes in Olympic Tournaments (By Amar Ait Ali Yahia)
  • Proximal Humerus Epiphysiolysis in a Judo Athlete: A Case With a Biomechanical Study (By Klemen Aleš Pilih and Miha Fošnarič)
  • VO2max Development in Children and Adolescents And its Importance in Judo (By Tin Šklebar, Mihovil Plečko, Ivan Bohaček)
  • Characteristics of Severe Judo-Related Neck Injuries in Japan (By Takeshi Kamitani, Satoshi Hattori, Hideki Takami, Akira Ikumi, Naoki Sakuyama, Shuji Kurogi, Minoru Yoneda, Seiji Miyazaki, Yasuo Mikami)
  • Loss of Consciousness in Judo, Similarities and Differences Between Traumatic Brain Injury and Choking Techniques (Shime-Waza) (By Kabir Singh Lota, Nikos Malliaropoulos, Mike Callan, Akira Ikumi)

Industry Viewpoints:

  • The Impact of the Covid Pandemic on the Injury Rate at Europe’s Top Level Judo Tournaments (By Peter Smolders)
  • Judo for Neurofibromatosis: Coping with a chronic disease with physical, cognitive and behavioural difficulties (By Lan Kluwe, Hannes Daxbacher, Regina Daxbacher and Said C. Farschtschi)

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