<b>短距離疾走能力に応じた技術的課題の改善が50m走の疾走速度に与える影響 </b>:─男子高校生を対象とした体育授業における指導を通して─  [in Japanese] The Influence of Improving Techniques According to Sprinting Ability on Velocity of 50m Sprinting:Through Instruction to Male High School Students in Physical Education  [in Japanese]

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<p>The purpose of this study was to examine whether male high school students can increase their sprinting velocity by improving sprint techniques according to the sprinting abilities in physical education. The participants were grouped according their sprinting velocity by classification criteria (Nishimura et al., 2016) from 139 male students in the 2nd year of high school. The Normal group and the Poor group had 16 and 18 students, respectively. Participants received sprinting instruction over 6 lessons, and 50m sprinting measurements were taken during the 1st and 6th lessons. Their sprinting motions were recorded approximately 35 m from the start line with a high-speed video camera using the side view angle. For evaluating the sprinting motion, joint and segment angles were obtained from the video. The 2 groups were compared using a paired t-test, which revealed significant differences between the pre and post-measurements. Both the Normal group and the Poor group increased their sprinting velocity by improving not so much common sprint technique as specific sprint technique. This result suggested that high school male students could increase their sprinting velocity by improving techniques according to their sprinting abilities.</p>

<p>The purpose of this study was to examine whether male high school students can increase their sprinting velocity by improving sprint techniques according to the sprinting abilities in physical education. The participants were grouped according their sprinting velocity by classification criteria (Nishimura et al., 2016) from 139 male students in the 2nd year of high school. The Normal group and the Poor group had 16 and 18 students, respectively. Participants received sprinting instruction over 6 lessons, and 50m sprinting measurements were taken during the 1st and 6th lessons. Their sprinting motions were recorded approximately 35 m from the start line with a high-speed video camera using the side view angle. For evaluating the sprinting motion, joint and segment angles were obtained from the video. The 2 groups were compared using a paired t-test, which revealed significant differences between the pre and post-measurements. Both the Normal group and the Poor group increased their sprinting velocity by improving not so much common sprint technique as specific sprint technique. This result suggested that high school male students could increase their sprinting velocity by improving techniques according to their sprinting abilities.</p>

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  • Japanese Journal of Sport Education Studies

    Japanese Journal of Sport Education Studies 37(2), 15-29, 2018

    Japanese Society of Sport Education

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130006730960
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    0911-8845
  • Data Source
    J-STAGE 
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