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Title: バレーボールにおけるアタックコース予測に関する研究
Other Titles: A study on the prediction of attack course in volleyball game
Authors: 湯澤, 芳貴
古瀬, 由佳
Yuzawa, Yoshitaka
Kose, Yuka
ユザワ, ヨシタカ
コセ, ユカ
日本女子体育大学(准教授)
日本女子体育大学(助教)
Keywords: attack course
transition
attacker type
Issue Date: Mar-2018
Abstract:  The purpose of this study is to clarify characteristics of attacks by type of attacker as means to predict the course of the reception attack for increasing ability of fast transition in volleyball game. The results were as follows. 1)Height type was attacking most of attacks at 2nd tempo from slot 5 (79.6%). The rate of no block touch attacks (51.9%) was higher and the rate of block touch attacks (32.6%) was lower. About attack course, When the opponent's block was one, the rate of zone 6 (28.1%) and zone 8 (25.0%) was significantly higher, and when the opponent's block was two, the rate of zone 7, zone 6, zone 1 was higher. 2)Power type was attacking most of attacks at 2nd tempo. Attacks from Slot 5 (58.0%) were significantly lower, and attacks from Slot 1 (14.2%), Slot A (8.5%) were significantly higher. About attack course, When the opponent's block was one, the rate of zone 4 (19.0%) and zone 7 (14.3%) were significantly higher, and when the opponent's block was two, the rate of zone 3 (9.3%) was significantly higher. 3)Balanced type was attacking most of attacks at 2nd tempo. The rate of no block touch attacks (31.6%) was lower and the rate of block touch attacks (55.6%) was higher. The rate of attack miss (18.0%) was significantly higher. When the opponent's block was one, the rate of zone 11 (13.5%) was significantly higher, and when the opponent's block was two, the rate of zone 5 (1.3%) was significantly lower.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/1098
ISSN: 02850095
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