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Introduction The principal aim of the study was to verify whether the personality dimension of conformism/nonconformism was a predictor of a stress coping style in combat athletes. We were especially interested in psychological factors in emotional and motivational mechanisms impacting athletes’ behaviours. This investigation was expected to provide some insight into behaviours of contestants with (non)conforming personality in stressful situations which are very common to competitive sports. The present study related to issues investigated by psychology of sport

Introduction Judo is an Olympic combat sport that requires endurance capacity to recover from its high-intensity intermittent actions, including throws and grappling techniques, and in response to prolonged competitive bouts and training sessions ( Franchini et al., 2011 ). Endurance capacity is evaluated in athletes by examination of maximal aerobic power (VO2max), usually expressed as the maximum volume of O2 consumption per minute relative to body mass, or the anaerobic threshold, typically expressed as a percentage of VO2max ( Franchini et al., 2011 ). During

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