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Sports Judo

LWA 118

Sports Judo

LWA 118

Course Description

Introduces the rules, skills, and courtesies in sports judo, as well as the special conditioning required. Credit may be earned in one of the following ONLY: LWA 118, LW 117, LW 118, or LW 119. (0-30)

Outcomes and Objectives

Describe and explain the concepts and components of Sports Judo.

Objectives:

  • Describe and explain the fitness/wellness, mental, and social benefits derived from participation in the sport of Judo.
  • List at least three examples of possible situations where knowledge and ability in the sport of Judo can be used as a measure of self-defense.
  • Explain the following four Judo penalties:
  • Explain the following Judo point system:

Demonstrate the concepts and components of Sports Judo.

Objectives:

  • Demonstrate how to properly wear the Judo gi.
  • Demonstrate the ability to properly bow both on and off the Judo dojo (mat area).
  • Demonstrate the ability to properly bow to Sensei (instructor) and fellow Judoka students).
  • Demonstrate the following five methods of falling without getting hurt:
  • Demonstrate the following throwing skills:
  • Demonstrate the following submission holds:
  • Demonstrate the following mat pins:

Demonstrate the concepts and components of exercise and wellness principles.

Objectives:

  • Demonstrate how to determine, monitor, and calculate exercise heart rates and training zones.

Know the following concepts and components of exercise and wellness principles.

Objectives:

  • Describe and explain the five health-related components of fitness and give examples of activities that, when performed, meet the criteria for improving each component.
  • Describe and explain the concept of warm-up and cool-down as they relate to physical activity.
  • Identify the following large muscle groups and give examples of strengthening and stretching exercises for each: quadriceps, hamstrings, biceps, triceps, rectus abdominus, latissimus dorsi, gastrocnemius, gluteus maximus, pectorals, deltoids.
  • Describe and explain the relationship of cardiac output and stroke volume to cardiorespiratory endurance activities.
  • List the six essential nutrients, the caloric value and food sources of each, and the relationship of each nutrient to the Food Guide Pyramid.