Judo Coach - Level 2

In addition to elements specific to the age groups, the Level II syllabus contains core elements which are common to all sectors. On completion of a Level II course a coach will be expected to be able to identify and coach the basic competition model for National and Regional level. The coach will also be expected to be able to plan and implement a series of appropriate training sessions within the context of an annual training plan.

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Course syllabus

Course content

SOCIAL SCIENCE BLOCK

Coaching Principles II (Teaching Methodology)

Culture of Judo II

History of Judo II

Role of the Judo Coach

NATURAL SCIENCE BLOCK

Biomechanics I

Nutrition and hydration II (with anti-doping component)

Injury Management

Safety II

COACHING BLOCK

Training Methodology II

Periodization I

Sport Organisation Rules I

Judo organisations II

Refereeing Rules II

LEARNING OUTCOME

After completing the Level 2, each IJF Coach should be able:

  • to demonstrate and explain the development and training of a judo techniques for competition
  • to make the difference between fighting exercises
  • to adapt the development of the technique to the judo events calendar
  • to plan one year periodisation with two peak points
  • to deliver specific warm-up, main part, and cool down of a particular judo session
  • to deliver a competition warm-up
  • to recognize the level of the group and to adapt the training according to their skills
  • to formulate the goals of each competition (test event, qualification event, and peak event)
Course instructor

Dr. Tibor KOZSLA

Dr. Tibor Kozsla is a graduate from the Hungarian University of Physical Education, where he studied sport/physical activity and educational sciences.From 2002 till 2008 he worked in the Middle East ...
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