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2013-0130-09
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Elucidating the state of health problems centered on backaches, and proposing methods of prevention (exercise treatment)

KANEOKA, Koji Professor (Faculty of Sport Sciences School of Sport and Sciences)
We are elucidating the mechanisms behind injuries in the back region, including the spine and surrounding areas (hip joint, groin region, shoulder girdle), and we have knowledge in diagnosis, treatment and prevention. We target mainly swimmers (swimming, water polo, diving, sy...
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2013-0130-10
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Coaching skills based on body image research, and sports promotion activities based on them

KANOSUE, Kazuyuki Professor (Faculty of Sport Sciences School of Sport and Sciences)
We are measuring and analyzing brain activity during “body imaging” in which people recall movements without actual physical movement, and the gap between what people consider to be the ideal movement and reality. Noninvasive brain imaging and biomechanical measurements are ca...
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2013-0130-11
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Analyzing sports skills

KANOSUE, Kazuyuki Professor (Faculty of Sport Sciences School of Sport and Sciences)
In batting and pitching, a variety of analyzing methods such as the use of full body motion capture and force plates to analyze physical performance, bat swings or ball spin, and precision measuring of hand and finger movements and visual cognitive motion are used to evaluate ...
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2013-0130-12
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

The scientific basis and the future possibility for ischemic resistance training

TAKARADA, Yudai Professor (Faculty of Sport Sciences School of Sport and Sciences)
Takarada et al. have previously shown that low-intensity resistance exercise combined with vascular occlusion induces a marked hypertrophy and concomitant increase in strength, even if the exercise load is much lower than that expected to induce muscular hypertrophy.
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2013-0130-14
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

The brain mechanism that handles operational errors and motor learning

MASAKI, Hiroaki Professor (Faculty of Sport Sciences School of Sport and Sciences)
The activity of the anterior cingulate cortex is measured from the error-related negativity. The process of learning though warnings and rewards is analyzed through brain waves, brain imaging, TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation), eye-trackers, etc.
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Life sciences
posted:2014/04/03

Neutrophil function inspection system and method

SUZUKI, Katsuhiko Professor (Faculty of Sport Sciences School of Sport and Sciences)
This is a proposal for neutrophil function inspection system using a chemiluminescence method and hydrogel that can separate chemotactic cells or organisms. This system can easily take quantitative measurements of neutrophil functions (chemotactic activity, active oxygen-produ...
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