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judo,

n Japanese martial art and sport derived from jujutsu; relies primarily on grappling techniques and a philosophy that emphasizes yielding instead of resistance.
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Since the grasping tracksuit of rival with the palm is most frequently used by judoist, the metacarpal and phalangeal bones that form the palm have been included in the study, excluding the carpal bones.
It is true that this study have limitations depending on the manual editing, which introduces operator-dependency and time consumption, and the technique may not be suitable for routine evaluation of hand bones of judoist or sedentary men.
Twenty-five percent of the judoists, 46% of the cyclists, and 38% of controls felt pressured to lose weight.
Cyclists did not differ from judoists on any score.
3% of the judoists (2% were identified as stress fractures) and 27.