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Title: レスリング選手の海外合宿時におけるコンディショニングに関する事例的研究
Other Titles: A Case Study about Conditioning of International Wrestling Training Camp
Authors: 柳川, 美麿
湯元, 健一
松本, 隆太郎
正保, 佳史
松本, 慎吾
関, 耕二
Yanagawa, Yoshimaro
Yumoto, Ken-ichi
Matsumoto, Ryutaro
Shoho, Yoshifumi
Matsumoto, Shingo
Seki, Koji
Keywords: conditioning
wrestling
international training camp
コンディショニング
レスリング
海外遠征
Issue Date: 28-Feb-2017
Publisher: 育英短期大学
Citation: 育英短期大学研究紀要 34, 51-59, 2017
Abstract:   Globalization of sports has rapidly advanced, leading to various challenges for conditioning during competitions and camps in other countries. This study conducted a survey to collect basic data about the conditioning of student wrestlers in Japanese and international camps. The subjects were 18 student wrestlers who were scheduled to compete in the All- Japan Student Championship Tournament and participated in both international and Japanese training camps at the Korea National Sport University (Seoul Special City, Republic of Korea, March 2014) and Agatsuma-gun, Gunma prefecture. We conducted a questionnaire-based survey at Japanese and international (Korea) camps. The results showed that body weight was significantly reduced during the last half of the Japanese camp, compared to that in the Korean camp. The dietary survey also showed that much spicy food was served during the camp in Korea, resulting in abnormal bowel movements. The results of our survey showed that it is important to provide prior education about dietary management and the use of supplements during international training camp.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/11258
ISSN: 0914-3351
Appears in Collections:第34号 (2017.2)

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