Judo Canada Western Regional Update

Judo Canada Western Regional Update
 
 
A) LTDM: Long Term Developmental Model Two More Stages Athletes with disabilities have two extra LTAD stages—Awareness and First Contact. They are particularly important for individuals with an acquired disability who may not have been aware of sport and physical activity for persons with a disability.
Remaining Article:
Quotes: “I’m really happy! Winning a medal not only made my day but my entire year. It was my best ever result in the junior division to date,” Ana-Laura Portuondo-Isasi 3rd World Junior/U21 Championships
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C) Technical Corner
Jeon Ki Young – Olympic Champion, KOR
Sleeve Control:
D) Judo Canada up Coming Events Judo Quebec Winter Camp, Montreal January 2-4, 2015 National Training Camp, Montreal January 5-7, 2014 Invitational Top 8 Nationals, Montreal January 10-11, 2015Saskatchewan Open, Regina January 24-25, 2015 Canada Winter Games, Prince George February 21-28 2015 Pacific International, Vancouver March 7-8, 2015 National Training Camp, Vancouver March 9-11, 2015 Edmonton International, Edmonton March 14-15, 2015
E) Video Clips
Bronze Medal Match: Ana-Laura Portuondo-Isasi
Bronze Medal Match: Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard
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F) Sport Science
Accessing and Managing Stress
There are many aspects of an athlete's life that can be stressful at certain times. This may arise because of commitments in the areas of work, study, sport or family/social life. When commitments in a number of areas coincide then the effect can be stressful which may result in commitments being compromised or in worse case situation their health being affected. As a coach, we need to consider these areas when planning the annual training program with the athlete. By planning we can reduce the level of stress that the athlete and perhaps the coach will encounter.
Tips to avoid stress
Aim to exercise regularly. Exercise dissipates the adrenaline that builds up in stressful situations and leaves us feeling with a sense of achievement and control. Eat healthily. Ensure you are getting adequate vitamins and minerals in your diet. One recommendation that very few of us manage is to eat 5 servings of fruit and vegetables daily. Make sure you are getting enough sleep. People need varying amounts ranging from 5 or 6 hours to 10 hours a night. By trial and error, you will know how much sleep YOU need to perform at your best. Learn to think clearly and set yourself realistic goals and objectives. Work through one problem at a time in a logical way.If you feel a panic or anxiety attack coming on, think through the problem by breaking it down. Imagine the worst that can happen. Nine times out of ten, it then appears less serious. Say NO to tasks and projects you cannot take on. People will not think any less of you. After all, they have not got ESP.Remember that you are human and mistakes are inevitable. Learn to view mistakes as learning opportunities and problems as challenges.
G) Western Canada Calendar - Judo Canada Point-able Competitions 2013 / 14 Saskatchewan Open, ReginaJanuary 24-25, 2015 Canada Winter Games, Prince George February 21-28 2015 Pacific International, Vancouver March 7-8, 2015 Edmonton International, Edmonton March 14-15, 2015
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A) LTDM: Long Term Developmental Model Two More Stages Athletes with disabilities have two extra LTAD stages—Awareness and First Contact. They are particularly important for individuals with an acquired disability who may not have been aware of sport and physical activity for persons with a disability.
Remaining Article:
Quotes: “I’m really happy! Winning a medal not only made my day but my entire year. It was my best ever result in the junior division to date,” Ana-Laura Portuondo-Isasi 3rd World Junior/U21 Championships
Judo Canada - Regional Training Center Manager Update November 2014 2 of 4
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C) Technical Corner
Jeon Ki Young – Olympic Champion, KOR
Sleeve Control:
D) Judo Canada up Coming Events Judo Quebec Winter Camp, Montreal January 2-4, 2015 National Training Camp, Montreal January 5-7, 2014 Invitational Top 8 Nationals, Montreal January 10-11, 2015Saskatchewan Open, Regina January 24-25, 2015 Canada Winter Games, Prince George February 21-28 2015 Pacific International, Vancouver March 7-8, 2015 National Training Camp, Vancouver March 9-11, 2015 Edmonton International, Edmonton March 14-15, 2015
E) Video Clips
Bronze Medal Match: Ana-Laura Portuondo-Isasi
Bronze Medal Match: Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard
Judo Canada - Regional Training Center Manager Update November 2014 3 of 4
F) Sport Science
Accessing and Managing Stress
There are many aspects of an athlete's life that can be stressful at certain times. This may arise because of commitments in the areas of work, study, sport or family/social life. When commitments in a number of areas coincide then the effect can be stressful which may result in commitments being compromised or in worse case situation their health being affected. As a coach, we need to consider these areas when planning the annual training program with the athlete. By planning we can reduce the level of stress that the athlete and perhaps the coach will encounter.
Tips to avoid stress
Aim to exercise regularly. Exercise dissipates the adrenaline that builds up in stressful situations and leaves us feeling with a sense of achievement and control. Eat healthily. Ensure you are getting adequate vitamins and minerals in your diet. One recommendation that very few of us manage is to eat 5 servings of fruit and vegetables daily. Make sure you are getting enough sleep. People need varying amounts ranging from 5 or 6 hours to 10 hours a night. By trial and error, you will know how much sleep YOU need to perform at your best. Learn to think clearly and set yourself realistic goals and objectives. Work through one problem at a time in a logical way.If you feel a panic or anxiety attack coming on, think through the problem by breaking it down. Imagine the worst that can happen. Nine times out of ten, it then appears less serious. Say NO to tasks and projects you cannot take on. People will not think any less of you. After all, they have not got ESP.Remember that you are human and mistakes are inevitable. Learn to view mistakes as learning opportunities and problems as challenges.
G) Western Canada Calendar - Judo Canada Point-able Competitions 2013 / 14 Saskatchewan Open, ReginaJanuary 24-25, 2015 Canada Winter Games, Prince George February 21-28 2015 Pacific International, Vancouver March 7-8, 2015 Edmonton International, Edmonton March 14-15, 2015
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H) International Judo Federation
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Official IJF Back Patches
Official IJF Judogi Suppliers

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