The Study of the Effects of Educational Judo Practices & Games on Motor Abilities of 7-9 Years Aged Judo Athletes
The aim of this study was to investigate the contribution of judo educational games on the development of motor skills in boys and girls aged 7-9 years. For Judo performance athletes, claw strength, balance, flexibility and coordination skills are among the most important basic motor skills. Within the framework of the basic principle of learning these skills by having fun in judo basic education process, examples of judo educational games that contribute to the development of children’s basic motor skills are given. In this study, the contribution of Judo educational games on motor development of children can be evaluated by measuring with Eurofit Physical Fitness Test battery. In addition, in this study; In addition to being a resource for judo coaches working in the field, exemplary educational games were given for judo coaches and a sample of studies that could contribute to the development of children’s motor skills were presented. This study will contribute to employees receive aimed to create a resource.
Trakya University, Turkey.
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