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Introduction Judo is a high-intensity and complex intermittent combat sport. It has a high demand for technical and tactical skills and requires precision, strength, and speed (power) during the execution of throwing techniques, which must be performed with perfect timing so that the athlete achieves higher competitive performance ( Franchini et al., 2011 a). In international judo competitions, elite athletes perform between 5 to 7 fights interspersed by intervals of 10 to 15 min. This makes it necessary to simultaneously develop aerobic power and capacity for

velocity in elite water polo by specific playing positions. J. Hum. Kinet., 27(1): 31-44. 8. Franchini E., Takito M.Y., Kiss M.A.P.D.M., Sterkowicz S. (2005) Physical fitness and anthropometrical differences between elite and nonelite judo players. Biol. Sport, 22(4): 315-328. 9. Francini E., Huertas J.R., Sterkowicz S., Carratala V., Gutiérrez-García C., Escobar-Molina R. (2011) Anthropometrical profile of elite Spanish judoka: comparative analysis among ages. Arch. Budo, 7(4): 239-245. 10. Gutnik B., Zuoza A., Zuozienė I., Alekrinskis A., Nash D., Scherbina S. (2015

professional sports. NFB is based on feedback, which means that changes in the brain are monitored in real time and can be controlled and modified through training (Thompson, 2003). NFB training is considered an essential element supporting the preparation of athletes, especially in sports such as shooting and archery ( Landers et al., 1991 ), speed skating ( Harvey et al., 2011 ), gymnastics ( Zaichkowsky, 1983 ), judo ( Blumenstein and Orbach, 2012 c; Maszczyk et al., 2018 ), canoeing ( Blumenstein and Bar-Eli, 1998 ), soccer (Wilson et al., 2006), swimming ( Bar-Eli and

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the achievement of sport performance in judo. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 3rd World Conference on Psychology, Counselling and Guidance. pp. 1242-1249. 9. MORAVEC, R. et al., 2007. Teória a didaktika výkonnostného a vrcholového športu. Bratislava: FTVŠ UK, Slovenská vedecká spoločnosť pre telesnú výchovu a šport. 10. MOSTAFA, I., 2009. Mental processes and their relationship to Tactical behavior for judo player. Search within the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Physical Education E 1430 - 2009. Benha University: Faculty of

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