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Title: バレーボール選手におけるスポーツビジョン能力の検討 : Vリーグ選手と大学生選手の比較
Other Titles: Research on Sports Vision Abilities of Volleyball Players : Comparison Between V League Players and University Students Players
Authors: 増山, 光洋
Masuyama, Mitsuhiro
Keywords: バレーボール
スポーツビジョン
競技力
Volleyball
Sports Vision
Performance
Issue Date: 1-Feb-2006
Publisher: 育英短期大学
Citation: 育英短期大学研究紀要 23, 45-53, 2006
Abstract: It is already clear that a capable sport player has high sight abilities, and, in sports vision study, many studies have proved it. However, many teams have the tendency to focus on training of players' output system functions such as weight training and regular technical exercises. In the field of volleyball, there is a tendency to value amount of training over quality, as a trace of "the golden age of volleyball." Nowadays, sports are studied so scientifically that the improvement of skills contributes to the development of each sport. In volleyball, cognitive abilities of sight such as ball observation abilities and ball tracing abilities are in effect, producing swift moves and proper performance. The purpose of this study is to find out the deficiency of vision abilities of college student players by comparing them with the V league players and to give feedback that vision abilities are a significant factor in performance development to the field of volleyball. The results of this study are as follows: 1) The group of V league players showed statistically significant figures as compared with the counterpart of university student players in ocular motor skill and eye/hand coordination in the sports vision examination. 2) It is shown that the group of V league players performed higher than the counterpart in the following sections of the examination: ocular motor skill, dynamic visual acuity, eye/hand coordination. 3) When as high levels of vision abilities as the group of V league players has are pursued in the group of college players, it is implied that daily skills training of volleyball are ineffective, thereby compensating by introducing some special vision training that accommodates the distinctiveness of volleyball In conclusion, university players generally seem to have inferior vision capabilities to V league players. This study indicates that college volleyball players may be able to acquire high skills with the help of improvement of those vision abilities.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/10926
ISSN: 0914-3351
Appears in Collections:第23号(2006.2)

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