【Judo #4】”Reboot Program” of the University of Tsukuba Athletes
What is the “Reboot Program of the University of Tsukuba Athletes”?
This is the reboot program for student athletes by researchers and students at University of Tsukuba.
Our university prohibited students from coming to the university or doing club activities to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection.
This program introduces the efforts that our athletes have made to date during quarantine, and their efforts toward future “reboot”.
We will introduce each competition’s step-by-step preparation, theory, fitness, skill training, etc. for athletes from middle school to university who resume full-scale training after a long blank period.
We will provide information that will help you to return to a good condition gradually while preventing injury.
Let’s reboot together with University of Tsukuba athletes!
※The videos of this program were taken with appropriate consideration according to rules of the local government and the university. Some of them were taken before the Japanese Government declared a state of emergency or the university prohibited entry.
【Judo #4】Pull-up, Neck, Ladder, Tube, Jogging
In the fourth part, you will improve skills required for judo more.
Especially in judo, you need to be very careful of neck injuries when resuming practice.
Please start from the second part, and gradually increase the types and time of training to minimize the risk of injury.
You can watch this on YouTube as well.
Introduction of the Researcher and the Club
Associate Professor / General Manager of Judo Team, University of Tsukuba
His main research fields are judo coaching and competitive ability improvement.
He participated twice in the Olympic Games and won a bronze medal at the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games.
He has been making an effort to spread judo in Japan and overseas.
The team has a history of more than 100 years.
KANO Jigoro, the founder of Judo, was the principal of Tokyo Higher Normal School which is the predecessor of University of Tsukuba.
There are many Olympians among the graduates. Professor YAMAGUCHI Kaori (Bronze medalist at the Seoul 1988) and Assistant Professor HIRAOKA Hiroaki (Silver medalist at the London 2012) have been coaching at our university.
For more details about the team, please reference their official pages.
Office for the Promotion of Olympic and Paralympic Activities University of Tsukuba (OPOP)筑波大学オリンピック・パラリンピック総合推進室
1-1-1 Tennodai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-8577, Japan