The grip dispute (kumi-kata ) in judo: A scoping review

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Title The grip dispute (kumi-kata ) in judo: A scoping review
La disputa de agarre (kumi-kata) en judo: una revisión panorámica
A pegada (kumi-kata) no judô: Uma revisão de escopo
 
Creator Kashiwagura, Daniel Brandão
Franchini, Emerson
 
Subject sport sciences
Martial arts; combat sports; judo; notational analysis; performance; gripping; judoka

Artes marciales; deportes de combate; judo; análisis notacional; rendimiento; agarre; judoka

Artes marciais; desportos de combate; judô; análise notacional; desempenho; agarre, judoca
 
Description In judo combat, the grip (kumi-kata) helps to control and to dominate the opponent, and per the current rules is a prerequisite to executing a throwing technique. In this scoping review, articles and reviews published in scientific journals in English were searched in Web of Science, Scopus, PubMed and SPORTDiscus databases from inception until December 2020. The studies were classified into technical-tactical or time-motion analyses, grip or grip attempts, grip locations on uke´s (athlete receiving the attack) judogi (judo uniform) or hands that performed the grips, and one or two hands holding. Articles evaluating the physical and physiological capacities of grip dispute were excluded. From 286 articles identified, 41 were included in the final selection. Two reviewers screened the records independently for eligibility. One reviewer extracted all data and the other reviewed the data for accuracy. The main results showed that: i) more experienced athletes hold the judogi for less time before attacking and focus their vision on the face and collar; ii) male athletes, especially heavy ones, hold longer in the judogi and use more defensive grips (collar and collar); iii) the most used grip was collar and sleeve; iv) the most used position was kenka-yotsu (opposite sides). The result of this scoping review may assist coaches and athletes to develop training strategies according to the athletes’ technical-tactical objectives, as well as future investigations that can be conducted related to grip dispute in judo.
En el combate de judo, el agarre (kumi-kata) ayuda a controlar y dominar al oponente y, según las reglas actuales, es un prerrequisito para ejecutar una técnica de proyección. En esta revisión panorámica, se buscaron artículos y revisiones en inglés publicados en revistas científicas en las bases de datos Web of Science, Scopus, PubMed y SPORTDiscus, desde su inicio hasta diciembre de 2020. Los estudios se clasificaron en análisis técnico-tácticos o de tiempo-movimiento, agarre o intentos de agarre, zonas de agarre en el judogi (uniforme de judo) del oponente o manos que realizaron los agarres, y agarre a una o dos manos. Se excluyeron los artículos que evaluaron las capacidades físicas y fisiológicas implicadas en la disputa de agarre. De los 286 artículos identificados, 41 se incluyeron en la selección final. Dos revisores examinaron los registros de forma independiente para determinar su elegibilidad. Un revisor extrajo todos los datos y el otro revisó la exactitud de los datos. Los principales resultados mostraron que: i) los atletas más experimentados agarran el judogi durante menos tiempo antes de atacar y enfocan su visión en la cara y el cuello; ii) los atletas masculinos, especialmente los pesados, agarran el judogi durante más tiempo y utilizan agarres más defensivos (solapa y solapa); iii) el agarre más utilizado fue el de manga y solapa; iv) la posición más utilizada fue kenka-yotsu (agarre a lados opuestos). El resultado de esta revisión panorámica puede ayudar a los entrenadores y atletas a desarrollar estrategias de entrenamiento de acuerdo con los objetivos técnico-tácticos de los deportistas, así como futuras investigaciones relacionadas con la disputa del agarre en judo.
No combate de judô, a pegada (kumi-kata) auxilia no controle e domínio do oponente e de acordo com as atuais regras é um pré-requisito para a execução da técnica de arremesso. Nesta revisão de escopo, os artigos e as revisões publicadas em inglês e em revistas científicas foram selecionadas nas bases de dados Web of Science, Scopus, PubMed and SPORTDiscus, desde o início até dezembro de 2020. Os estudos foram classificados em análises técnico-táticas e temporais, pegada e tentativa de pegada, locais de agarres no judogi (uniforme do judô) do uke (atleta que recebe o ataque) ou as mãos que realizaram esses agarres, e uma ou duas mãos segurando. Os estudos que avaliaram as capacidades físicas e fisiológicas da pegada foram excluídos. Dos 286 artigos identificados, 41 foram incluídos na seleção final. Dois revisores selecionaram os registros independentemente de acordo com a elegibilidade. Um revisor extraiu todos os dados e o outro os revisou quanto à acurácia. Os principais resultaram mostraram que: i) atletas mais experientes seguram no judogi por menos tempo antes de atacarem e centralizam o foco visual no rosto e na gola; ii) atletas masculinos, especialmente os pesados, seguram por mais tempo no judogi utilizando pegadas mais defensivas (gola e gola); iii) a pegada mais utilizada foi gola e manga; iv) a posição mais utilizada foi kenka-yotsu (lados opostos). Os resultados desta revisão de escopo podem auxiliar os técnicos e os atletas a desenvolverem estratégias de treinamento de acordo com os seus objetivos técnico-táticos, assim como, a futuras investigações que podem ser conduzidas relacionadas à disputa de pegada no judô.
 
Publisher Universidad de León
 
Contributor None


 
Date 2022-01-01
 
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Source Revista de Artes Marciales Asiáticas; Vol 17, No 1 (2022); 1-18
Revista de Artes Marciales Asiáticas; Vol 17, No 1 (2022); 1-18
Revista de Artes Marciales Asiáticas; Vol 17, No 1 (2022); 1-18
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Language eng
 
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