Aim of the research is to determine the effects of the three-week-long training period at the motor and functional abilities of the top female judokas. Sample consisted of 13 female judokas (age: 19.1 ± 5.1, height: 167,5 ± 14.4 cm, weight:64,3 ± 7,3 kg), members of the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team. Judokas training experience was 8 ± 2,4 years. Motor and functional abilities were tested. Functional abilities show statistically significant difference in variables Heart frequency in the first minute of recovery at the level p<0,001. In parameters of Anaerobic threshold heart frequency and Relative maximal oxygen uptake we noticed also statistically significant differences at level p<0,05. Variables for the assessment of the general motor abilities show high and statistically significant difference. The difference is most pronounced in the variables for the assessment of simple movements and flexibilities of the hamstring muscle, where the result was significantly lower at the final measurement (p<0,001). Variables of Explosive strength of lower extremities and Shoulder flexibility show difference at level p<0,01. While variable plyometric endurance has the significance of p<0,05. Variables for the assessment of Lower extremities strength show statistically significant differences in Maximum angular momentum of the left leg knee extensor (p<0,01) and Maximum angular momentum of the left leg knee flexor (p<0,05). After applied training program female judokas improved values of relative maximum oxygen uptake and heart frequency in third minute of the recovery. Program improved lower extremities explosive strength and plyometric endurance. Basic preparation period program also produced optimal balance between left and right leg and also between knee flexors and extensors.