NATIONAL SPORT ACADEMY<br />"VASSIL LEVSKI"

Judo

Management of the branch


Teachers- Chief assistant Evald Elbert ; Assistant
Teachers- Full Prof. Angel Bojichkov, Ph.D.

JUDO EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME

MODULE: JUDO
COURSE: I - IV SEMESTER: 1-7 
:
ED: bachelor
LECTURE TIME: 390 hours ECTS: 26
TEACHERS: Assoc.Prof A. Bojinkov, Ph.D,Assoc.Prof E.Albert
EXAMINATIONS: written and oral examinations /combined/ and practical examination /based on covered techniques/

ANNOTATION: The student acquires knowledge and practical experience in the judo sport. Based on the common theoretical disciplines in programme the accent is put on the methods of teaching, education and perfection in the training process, the scientific area etc.

Contents of a module unit

L.

E.

Type of Control

1.

Common characteristics, social importance, role and subject of the judo. International and national organizations. Seminar practise. Basic techniques - falls, movements, stands and clamps.

6

9

 

2.

Historical overview of the development of the judo around the world and in Bulgaria. Taking out of equilibrium, spin of the body, ukegoshi y o goshi.

4

11

 

3.

Classification, taxonomy and terminology in the judo. Origins, evolution and modern tendencies in the development of the competition rules. Seminar practice. Shoulder throwings with one or two hands.

6

9

 

4.

Knowledge of rules. Throwings - big and small, outer and twisting over a knee. Seminar Practise.

6

5

Test

5.

Importance and development of the technique in judo. Structures and characteristics of the clamp. Algorithm of technical and tactical actions. Holdings - basic, crosswise and longitudinal.

6

9

 

6.

Common characteristic of the education - principls, methods, education of problems and programme. Throwings - flank, flank twisting.

6

7

 

7.

Methodic skills in the education of judo. Recording systems of technique and tactical actions. Seminar practise. Holdings - variants.

7

8

 

8.


Indicators and criteria for analysis. Planing, organization and conducting of scientific researches in the area of judo. Combinations and counter techniques of covered techniques in IV qu.

4

7

 

9.

Strategy and tactics in judo - means and shape. Seminar practice. Painful techniques - keys.

6

12

 

10.

Technique of the judo contest. Tactical plan. Modeling, tactical preparation. Tightening techniques in judo.

6

12

 

11.

Forms of education. Private methods of education and perfection in judo. Combinations and counter techniques in III qu. Sweeping with flanks, tripping, twisting over the shoulder, circle throw, corner turnarounds.

4

16

Examination

12.

Hydiene and regime of the judist. Sport traumas and prophylaxis. Special physiological features. Development of the analysers. Painful techniques (keys) from II qu.

4

11

 

13.

Physical ___ and recreation. Physical shape. Modeling of the trainging according to prognosis of characteristics in judo. Tightening techniques (choking) from II qu.

4

11

 

14.

Definition, nature, goals and means of sports training.Technical and tactical complexes from II qu.

6

9

 

15.

Characteristics, methods and means of development of strenght and speed. Technical and tactical complexes from II qu.

6

9

 

16.

Characteristics, methods and means of development of stamina, dexterity and flexibility. Throwing techniques from I qu.

6

10

 

17.

Adapting to traingin according to the changes in the climate, altitude and weather. Throwing techniques from I qu.

4

11

 

18.

Psychological preparation and self-control of the psychic qualities in judo. Connection between mental abilities and succes in competition.

4

11

 

19.

Basics of biomechanics in judo. Equiaxial stability, losing equilibrium. Application of strenghts. Throwing techniques from I qu.

6

9

 

20.

Periodization and planning of sport training. Annual and multiple year  operative planing. Reporting. Throwing techniques from I qu.

6

9

 

21.

Special features in planning in different age groups in judo and control of the training. Throwing techniques from I qu.

6

9

 

22.

Professional profile of a judo coach. Technical and tactical complexes from I qu.

4

7

 

23.

Management and organization of work activity in judo sports clubs and sports school. High sports mastery - nage no karta I dan. Techniques executed with priority of arms and legs.

4

11

 

24.

Tendencies in the development of the world and bulgarian judo. Olympism and opympic movement. High sports mastery - nage no kata I dan. Techniques executed with priority of the pelvis and sacrificing backwards and sidewards.

4

11

 

25.

Possibilities of application of the methods for scientific researches in judo. Technical and tactical complexes.

4

11

 

26.

Non-standart methods of education and perfection. Technical and tactical complexes.

4

17

Examination

MANUALS:

  1. Bogdanov,P., "Kodokan judo",, ., 1972;
  2. Bogdanov,P., A. Bojichkov, "Judo", . , ., 1979;
  3. Bogdanov,P., A. Bojichkov, "Judo in first storey", . , ., 1984;
  4. Bogdanov, "Judo",  , ., 1976;
  5. Bojichkov, A., E. Albert, "Judo - educational appliances", . , ., 1984;
  6. Bojichkov, A., "Judo competition rules " , . , ., 1994;
  7. Wolf, H., "Judo", , ., 1980;
  8. Wolf, H., " Judo - for advanced sportsmen", , ., 1984;
  9. Silin, W., "Judo",  , , 1987;
  10. Jeliazkov, T., "Basics of sports training", NSA Press, S., 1998;
  11. Petrov, R., "Strategy and tactics in wrestling",, ., 1966;
  12. Petrov, R., "Perfection the technical and tactical mastery of the fighter", S., 1978;
  13. Petrov, R., "Graeco-Roman and free-style wrestling", , ., 1978.

 

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