LTAD Model Active Beginning Stage Adaptation in Judo Basic Education Program (Ukemi, Tachiwaza & Newaza Basic Drills) for 4-6 Aged Kids

Sengul Demiral


Early childhood is known as a critical period in acquisition of development and basic mobility skills. In this period, physical education and judo education contribute to development of general body, hand-eye and foot-eye coordination, 5 motor skills, static and dynamic balance. Moreover, the sub-structure of lifelong sport habits is being prepared by teaching values with respect to judo, kindness, self-determination, solidarity, honesty, friendship, patience, courage and modesty. As a result, due to basic education of judo such as 'Ukemi, Tachi Waza and Newaza Basic Drills', children learn much more than movement skills. In this study, importance of physical education and judo activities in pre-school period has been considered in practice. The results showed Judo has an impact on pre-service and in-service training in practice of pre-school physical education and judo activities. It is inevitable that these activities contribute to almost all targeted development areas of a child, in addition to contributing to training of large group of children in first phase of long-term athlete development model in our country.

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