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Welcome!. 2007 International Judo Federation World Judo Research Symposium. Schedule. Oral presentations. Moderator Mike Callan University of Bath United Kingdom. MEDIADORES PSICOLÓGICOS Y MOTIVACIÓN DEPORTIVA EN JUDOCAS ESPAÑOLES. Vicente Carratalá Deval

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oral presentations
Oral presentations

Moderator

Mike Callan

University of Bath

United Kingdom

mediadores psicol gicos y motivaci n deportiva en judocas espa oles
MEDIADORES PSICOLÓGICOS Y MOTIVACIÓN DEPORTIVA EN JUDOCAS ESPAÑOLES

Vicente Carratalá Deval

Facultad de Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte. Universitat de Valencia

Francisco Guzman Lujan

Carlos Pablos Abella

Helio Carratalá Bellod

Jose Manuel García García

consequences of cutting weight on indices of bone metabolic health in elite female judoists
CONSEQUENCES OF CUTTING WEIGHT ON INDICES OF BONE METABOLIC HEALTH INELITE FEMALE JUDOISTS

Carl De Crée

IGER

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EFFECTS OF RECREATIONAL AND COMPETITIVE JUDO KATA PRACTICE ON CARDIORESPIRATORY HEALTH AS EVALUATED BY A PORTABLE GAS ANALYZERSYSTEM. A PILOT STUDY

Carl De Crée

IGER

blue judogis may bias competition outcomes
BLUE JUDOGIS MAY BIAS COMPETITION OUTCOMES

David Matsumoto

San Francisco State University

Jun Konno

Stephanie Hata

Masayuki Takeuchi

brain plasticity effects of judo practice on gray matter volume
BRAIN PLASTICITY: EFFECTS OF JUDO PRACTICE ON GRAY MATTER VOLUME

Wantuir Francisco Siqueira Jacini

Neuroimaging Laboratory, Faculty of Medical Science of State University of Campinas, Brazil

Gianna Cannonieri

Paula T. Fernandes

Leonardo Bonilha

Fernando Cendes

Li M. Li

study on mechanism of injury generation and reduction therapy based on judo forms called as kata
STUDY ON MECHANISM OF INJURY GENERATION AND REDUCTION THERAPY BASED ON JUDO FORMS CALLED AS KATA

Takashi Watanabe

Japan Judo Therapist Association

international association of judo researchers iajr inaugural business meeting
International Association of Judo Researchers (IAJR) Inaugural Business Meeting

Moderator

Professor David Matsumoto, Ph.D.

IJF Official Researcher

history of the concept of iajr
History of the Concept of IAJR
  • Seeing judo researchers at sport congresses in the past
  • Creation of the USA Judo Coach Conference with research presentations (Colorado Springs, CO, 1994)
  • Creation of IJF Judo Conference (Birmingham, England, 1999)
  • Continuation
    • 2001 – Munich, Germany
    • 2003 – Osaka, Japan
    • 2005 – Cairo, Egypt
this year
This year
  • Six oral presentations
  • Fifty one poster presentations
  • First author representatives from 18 different countries
  • Too large to be part of the IJF conference
  • Judo researchers need an independent, stable organization for dissemination of results, and to network with other judo researchers around the world
the international association of judo researchers
The International Association of Judo Researchers
  • Discussion with IJF ECC Director Yasuhiro Yamashita at 2005 World Championships
  • Founding meeting, May, 2006, in Tokyo
    • Yasuhiro Yamashita, Tokai University
    • Misaki Iteya, Tokyo Gakugei University
    • Takeshi Nakajima, Kokushikan University
    • Toshiaki Hashimoto, Tokai University
    • Toshihiko Yamada, Ryotokuji University
    • Mike Callan, University of Bath
    • Emerson Franchini, University of Sao Paolo
    • David Matsumoto, San Francisco State University
mission of the iajr
Mission of the IAJR
  • To facilitate world peace and safety by improving international and intercultural understanding, cooperation, and relationships through judo by supporting judo-related research and education
objectives and activities of the iajr
Objectives and Activities of the IAJR
  • Create an open, transparent, and sustainable organization to achieve the mission
  • Bring researchers together
  • Provide opportunities for publications and presentations
  • Improve the availability of research related sources
  • Improve research quality
  • Encourage and support judo related educational activities
  • Support and facilitate judo teaching and coaching methods
  • Working collaboratively and developing synergistic partnerships with other organizations and programs who can benefit from the resources of this organization
progress report of activities of founding members
Progress Report of Activities of Founding Members
  • Mike Callan
  • Emerson Franchini
  • Takeshi Nakajima
  • David Matsumoto
  • Support of Professor Yamashita’s NPO Solidarity of International Judo Education
  • Website: www.judoresearch.org
the first objective
The First Objective
  • Create an open, transparent, and sustainable organization to achieve the mission
    • Draft a constitution
    • Ratify the constitution
    • Elect the first officers
proposed iajr statutes
Proposed IAJR Statutes
  • Memberships
    • Members
    • Student Members
  • Officers
    • President
    • Secretary
    • Treasurer
  • Executive Council
    • Officers
    • Two additional members
  • Meetings
    • General Meetings
    • Extraordinary Mtgs
    • Scientific Meetings
  • Amendments
  • Dissolution
  • Fees
  • Robert’s Rules of Order
proposed iajr bylaws
Proposed IAJR Bylaws
  • Bylaws
    • Qualifications and rights of members and student members
    • Powers and duties of the Executive Council
    • Duties of the Officers
    • Duration of Officers
    • Election of Officers
    • Notice of Meetings
  • Standing Orders
    • Address
    • Quorum
    • Voting procedures
    • Dues
    • Agenda
    • Procedures for holding scientific meetings
    • Publications
today s business actions
Today’s Business Actions
  • To create the International Association of Judo Researchers
today s business actions1
Today’s Business Actions
  • To consider all judo researchers present at this meeting as inaugural members of the association
today s business actions2
Today’s Business Actions
  • To ratify the statutes, bylaws, and standing orders previously distributed
today s business actions3
Today’s Business Actions
  • To elect the first officers and council members
election for president
Election for President
  • Nominations
    • Dr. Mike Callan, University of Bath, United Kingdom
election of secretary
Election of Secretary
  • Nominations
    • Dr. Emerson Franchini, University of Sao Paolo, Brazil
election of treasurer
Election of Treasurer
  • Nominations
    • Professor Takeshi Nakajima, Kokushikan University, Japan
election of two council members
Election of Two Council Members
  • Nominations
    • Professor Taketo Sasaki, Fukushima University, Japan
    • Dr. Michel Brousse, University of Bordeaux, France
thank you
Thank You!
  • Don’t forget to visit the poster presentations (outstanding poster awards)
  • Thanks to our sponsors
    • IJF
    • University of Bath
    • NPO Solidarity of International Judo Education
  • Thanks to the founding members of the IAJR
  • Thanks to all researchers for supporting this research symposium for almost a decade!
  • And thanks to all of you for being part of this historical event!