The lack of methodological and theoretical development of judo problems and judo trainingís causes diffusion of knowledge in this field, absence of their systematical and practical development.

Inspite of a big mimber of books, thesises, scientific articles, in fact there hasnít been worked out a complete scientific-theoretical basis for defined setting of judo moving activity. Improving of training process and the process of studing is performed up to now by empirio-analytic way dominantly: by practice , its studing and generalizing and by researches of different kinds, taking under their control and analyzing physical, anatomic-morphological, biochemical and other sides of organismís activity.

The result of such (not systematical) condition of knowledge in the field of trainingís holding, technical preparation, will be a difficulty for a coach to orientate in a various mass of empirio-analytical data, he has; that makes the data completely useless for practical work. There is a situation appearing before coaches, when they are able to get only a little piece from a huge quantity of information.

The purpose of the very work, to the authorís mind, is to give not only the material, but also an attempt to make a basis in judo theoryís development, to create a science about judo, such science as it should be, to the authorís mind.

In the very book the technique of judo of ďNogareĒ system, developed and systematized by the author, is represented.

In the very book the technique of basic ďNogareĒ systemís actions is represented, and also the author provides a system of special exercises for mastering and improving technical preparation in the very system.

The author included two principles in the basis of judo of ďNogareĒ system: The ďKoteĒ principle-the technique of arms for making pulling efforts, the principle of ďsteppingĒ-the technique and order of stepping while performing a throw. The author canít, but also shouldnít, tell, that the very system crosses over a common judo technique. The author says, the very system just adds to technique some new things, but not except it.

The author refers the integrity of the techniques, its completeness to the advantages of the system, besides, itís supported by the system of special exercises ďUTI-KOMIĒ, that transform in the ďNogareĒ system of special exercises ďPulling-enteringĒ.

So, building a studing-training process, based on judo of ďNogareĒ system, is enough for preparation of judo highly technical sportsmen.

To find a rational way is necessary and available, though is difficult. The basic objective of the very book is to help a coach with individnaliring the process of highly qualificated fighterís preparation.

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