The Investigation of Some Physical, Physiological and Anthropometric Parameters of Visually Impaired and Non-impaired a National Male Judoka

Muhammet Hakan Mayda, Onder Karakoc, Mustafa Ozdal


It was pointed to analyze some physical, physiological and anthropometric parameters of visually impaired and non-impaired A National male judoka in this study. A total of 14 volunteer A National male judoka, of which 8 were visually impaired (age: 25.12 ± 3.75, disability status: 20-200) and 6 were not visually impaired (age: 21.50 ± 1.51), participated in this study. Statistical data was evaluated by using Independent Samples T-test in SPSS package program. There were no considerable difference between impaired and non-impaired judoka with respect to grip strength, vertical jump, 30-s sit-up, 30-s push-up, anaerobic power and auditory reaction test parameters among the physical and physiological tests. No significant difference between impaired and non-impaired judoka was detected with respect to body fat ratio, one of the anthropometric measurements performed. All in all, it was observed in national judoka investigated in this study that impairment variable didn’t significantly affected physical, physiological and anthropometric parameter values (p>0.05). It is considered that vision factor doesn’t have negatory impact on the physical performance grades because of the similarity of the elite judoka’s training levels.

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Journal of Education and Training Studies  ISSN 2324-805X (Print)   ISSN 2324-8068 (Online)

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