2020, Volume 16, Issue 1
Three methods of prophylaxis and therapy of innovative agonology, important from the perspective of personal safety
Roman Maciej Kalina1, Artur Kalina2
1State University of Applied Sciences in Nowy Sącz, Nowy Sącz, Poland
2Plus-Rehabilitation Services Ltd., Cristal Lake, United States
Author for correspondence: Roman Maciej Kalina; State University of Applied Sciences in Nowy Sącz, Nowy Sącz, Poland; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The expansion of the early twentieth century the eastern martial arts (judo and ju-jitsu then karate, kung-fu, taekwondo) for the European countries and the US was also the transfer of methodical traditions of training. Similarly defence art of aikido. The aim of this review is a recommendations of original Polish achievements in prevention of injuries as a result of falls, collisions and physical aggression, as well as the diagnosis and reduction of aggressiveness by the use of fun forms of martial arts.
Judo therapy remains the specialty of many faculties Japanese universities. While Europe and the American continent penetrate systems therapeutic exercises: qigong, taichi, yoga etc. since 2007 three pillars of the WHO Falls Prevention Model are recommended. Authors of this Model does not directly recommend the necessity to teach the techniques of safe fall. The simplest and the most economic solution of the problem is teaching each person about safe falling as early as possible in their lives. The role of the scientists is still to publish the methods and study results so that the others could accept them or at first subject them to secondary verification process.
Key words: aggressiveness, body injury risk, judo therapy, safe fall theory