StatusThe thesis was presented on the 28 September, 2004
Approved by NCAA on the 23 December, 2004
Abstract– 0.40 Mb / in romanian
The thesis “Optimization of the competition falls to prevent accidents which affect the upper limbs at puberal judoka (12-16 years old)” is meant to perfect the athletic training process by theoretical and experimental argumentation of a prevention program of macro-trauma of the upper limbs at puberal judoka.
The previous research proves that most sporting accidents at different age sections of judoka happen on the upper limbs, as a result of projection-fall actions. The most effective way to prevent these accidents seems to be the learning of competition falling techniques.
In the traditional methods of learning judo, the most frequent falls are on the back-side of the body. There are used and perfected mostly in trainings, but they are avoided in contests in order to minimize the score. In the attempt to avoid falling on their back, sportsmen may injure themselves. The suggested and proved alternative by this research is to learn new falling techniques (which we call competition) which, applied in trainings and contests, should prevent upper limbs accidents and optimize the performance in a contest.
Applying this experimental method suggested by us contributed to the raise of every physical training technical tactics and functional index level, which influences the occurrence of sporting accidents.
The research results can be used in perfecting sporting training
in performance judoka, inside specialized cells as well as a
scientific material in superior sport teaching educational institutes.