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Education and body language. Judo contribution to martial arts
Stanisław Tokarski
Journal of Combat Sports and Martial Arts 2011; 2(2):133-135
ICID: 1047146
Article type: Other
IC™ Value: 2.66
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Thinking about judo contribution to martial arts the author goes back to the essential contributions of its founder, Jigoro Kano. His promotion of judo as a system of physical education is still up to date. At the same time J. Kano emphasized the role of judo in intellectual and emotional development, teaching how to learn the art of decision making.. To make it attractive for future, he gave this kind of martial art the sport formula, not neglecting its ancient dimension of self-defense and spiritual background based on non-violence attitude, self-realization and spiritual progress attained by the right training of the body. Such philosophical attitude should be reconsidered in our times of reduction the old samurai heritage only to the pure technical approach and to the martial arts prevailing in new millennium

ICID 1047146

DOI 10.5604/20815735.1047146
 
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