*Corresponding author:Irma de las Mercedes Muñoz Aguilar, PhD in Physical Culture Sciences, Faculty of Physical Culture, University of Camagüey, Cuba
Received: October 16, 2018; Published: October 24, 2018
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This article reports a study carried out with the population of female judo athletes aged between 13 and 14 years, from the Sports Initiation School of Camagüey, Cuba, for the determination of the orthopedic deformities presented, the results obtained corroborate the presence of deformities, combined in all cases, which are not attributed to sports, but to the selection, but can be aggravated if the correct execution of the technical elements of this sport is not addressed and strategies are not established to correct them in the context of sports training, to prevent them from consolidating in the future.
Keywords: Middle school age; Judo; Orthopedic deformities
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