In this study the scholar trying to put forward a judo specific complex training program for developing the motor components as well as the technical skills which is essential for judo players. The purpose of the study was to find out the effects of judo specific complex training on selected motor components of intercollegiate level judo players in Calicut University, both male and female students, aged between 17 and 24 years. The selected 40 subjects were divided in to two equal groups of 20 each, 20 controlled group 20 experimental group.
Selection of the variables: The variables selected were Agility, Muscular Endurance, Flexibility, Explosive strength, Co-ordination, Cardiovascular endurance.
Experimental Design: The experimental designs used in the study were random group design. In which forty both male and female subjects were divided in to groups of twenty each. The experimental group underwent participation of judo specific complex training for a period of six weeks and control group were not given any training. All the subject were tested on selected criterion variables prior to and immediately after and six weeks of judo specific complex training, the study aimed at mainly to find out the effect of judo specific complex training on selected motor abilities of intercollegiate level judokas.
Results: The collected data by applying analysis of co-variance (ANCOVA) and the level of significance chosen was at 0.05 throughout the study to determine the significance difference. Under the condition and the limitation of the present investigation of the following conclusion were drawn. Judo Specific Complex Training Program improves the motor components along with the judo skills. This program may consist as a planned systemic activity based judo training for developing specific motor components.