小山 孟志

Takeshi Koyama

  • 講師
  • 学位:修士(体育学)

基本情報

所属

  • Sports Medical Science Research Institute

ジャンル

  • Basketball
  • Sports Medicine

詳細情報

研究分野

  • Life sciences Sports science

論文

High-Acceleration Movement, Muscle Damage, and Perceived Exertion in Basketball Games.

High-Impact Details of Play and Movements in Female Basketball Game.

Acceleration Profile of High-Intensity Movements in Basketball Games.

Evaluation of floater shot in Japanese elite basketball player::Focusing on running jump pattern

Evaluation of High Intensity Movement Using Heart Rate in Basketball

Resilient help to switch and overlap hierarchical subsystems in a small human group

Evaluation of the intensity of playing basketball using wireless inertial sensors : Combined with automatic play-detection system and optical motion-capture systems

The Movement Distance and Moving Velocity during a Game in the Japanese Top-level Girls Basketball Player

The movement distance and movement speed during a game in the men’s top-level basketball player: Comparison of the world top-level game and the Japan top-level game

The Characteristics of Kinematics about Side Step Motion in Basketball Player

Changes in Body Composition and Maximum Strength for Four Years with Collegiate Basketball Players

Different Types of Jumping Abilities during Basketball Games

Basic study to evaluate ability for sprint and agility of basketball players

Measurement of barbell lifting capacity and making the guideline of strength standards in basketball players

所属学会

  • THE JAPANESE SOCIETY OF CLINICAL SPORTS MEDICINE
  • JAPAN SOCIETY OF TRAINING SCIENCE FOR EXERCISE AND SPORT
  • The Japan Society Basketball Studies
  • THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF COACHING STUDIES
  • JAPAN SOCIETY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, HEALTH AND SPORT SCIENCES

共同研究・競争的資金等の研究課題

Development of An Endurance Training Method for Basketball Skills Requiring Physical Contacts

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