A) LTDM: Long Term Developmental Model

Mental Fitness for Long-Term Athlete Development, written by a team of experts led by Karen MacNeill, Ph.D., explains that mental fitness is just as necessary for success in sport as physical fitness or technical comprehension.

The messages and activities highlighted in the article align with Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) and address how athletes, coaches, and parents can aid the mental development of athletes at each stage of LTAD. http://canadiansportforlife.ca/resources/mental-fitness-ltad


B) Judo Canada www.judocanada.org


Canadian Judo Novel:CHUTES is the first work of teen fiction about judo. http://www.judocanada.org/2014/02/28/a-judo-novel-by-canadian-authors/

Judo Canada’s National Training Center – Relocation Announcement

 Judo Canada is proud to announce that the construction of the new National Training Center, integrated within the Institut national du sport du Québec and located inside the Montreal Olympic park (INS-Quebecis almost completed.  The annual summer camp on August 4th will be our first activity in this new facility.

 This World-class facility will offer four full mat areas (312 tatamis).  As a resident sport of the INS Quebec, Judo athletes and coaches will share various multisport facilities with gymnastics, fencing and all aquatic disciplines and access sport science and medical services according to the sport service plan.  The exact details of the NTC’s operations and service plan are being developed and will be distributed shortly.

 We would like to thank the Shidokan Judo Club for hosting the national team and staff for more than four decades. Without the support of the Club and its Head Coach, Hiroshi Nakamura, Judo in Canada would not be the success story it is today.  Thank you for everything!


C) Technical Corner

Basic Kumi-kata Skills: Neil Adams

Part 1: Introduction              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GRot7AeD8E&list=PLA42398E3D55EC1A3


Part 3: Use of Jacket              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlScerU7p8A&list=PLA42398E3D55EC1A3


D) Judo Canada up Coming Events     

March 31-April 4, 2014 - National Spring Training Camp, Montreal, QC

May 15-21, 2014 - National Championships, Jonquière, QC

2014 Edmonton International in the NEWS:



E) Video Clips

Uchi-Mata:                 http://www.alljudo.net/video-de-judo-4136.html

Hiza-Guruma:           http://www.alljudo.net/video-de-judo-4179.html

Ura-Nage:                  http://www.alljudo.net/video-de-judo-4168.html


Tai-otoshi:                 http://www.alljudo.net/video-de-judo-4141.html

Juji-Gatame:              http://www.alljudo.net/video-de-judo-4137.html


F) Sport Science      

Circuit Training for Judo:
Body Weight Programs Workout
Old School British Judo Circuit Training: 
Station 1: Crunches
Station 2: Burpee
Station 3: Reverse Dips
Station 4: Twist Sit-ups
Station 5: Push-ups
Station 6: Body Squats
1st set: 30 seconds per station
2nd to 4th sets: 15 seconds per station
5th set: 30 seconds per station
10 min Bupree with Push-up Challenge
The athlete will set a number for burpees with a push-up in 1 minute....10 is always a good starting number for the first time. If you are fit then set your number at 12 to 14
It is important to maintain this number for the full 10 minutes.
Example:
1st minute 10 burpee with push-up take 25 seconds; you have 35seconds rest..
2nd minute 10 burpee with push-up take 26 seconds; you have 34seconds rest..
3rd minute 10 burpee with push-up take 27 seconds; you have 33seconds rest..
etc.....



  G) International Judo Federation
Official IJF Back Patches
Official IJF Judogi Suppliers
IJF Veterans Website

 


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