The safety of the athletes has to be a priority for every sport organization and coaches. Judo is a grappling combat sport, where the injuries occur during competition and training. Despite the wide range of attacks possibilities in Judo, very few are the most used techniques in competition. One of the most successful and frequently used technique is the Suwari Seoi Nage, the throw type where the attacker fall on both knees during the action. However, we didn’t find any investigation about the impact of the use of Suwari Seoi Nage on acute injury in Judo athletes. Thus, this pilot study was conducted with a sample of Italian judokas. The aim was to identify the risk factor injury events that can occur to who performs this technique, in order to suggest possible preventive strategies in future. The survey assessed to 94 adult athletes, females and males, brown and black belts, with different judo abilities and training experiences, find out that the injuries during the execution of this technique happened to one judo player every four, mainly to the knees, mostly because of a wrong execution and secondly because of a bad defense from the opponent.
|Titolo:||INJURIES DURING SUWARI SEOI NAGE IN ITALIAN JUDO ATHLETES|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.01 - Contributo in atti di convegno|
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