PLYOMETRICS: Power training for judo: Plyometric training with medicine balls

@article{Takahashi1992PLYOMETRICSPT,
  title={PLYOMETRICS: Power training for judo: Plyometric training with medicine balls},
  author={Ray Takahashi},
  journal={National Strength \& Conditioning Association Journal},
  year={1992},
  volume={14},
  pages={66}
}
  • Ray Takahashi
  • Published 1992
  • Education
  • National Strength & Conditioning Association Journal
S ince its inception as an Olympic event in 1964, judo has developed immensely, both as an art and sport. Like most sports today, judo training has become more sophisticated in recent years and many good technical books have been published as a result (1, 8). The bulk of literature, however, has focused primarily on judo techniques in contrast to the training of judoka for competition. Although judo is highly technical in nature, it is commonly accepted that when all considerations are equal or… 

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