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Title: スキーの回転技能と基本的な動きの自己コントロール能力との関連について
Other Titles: On relation between turning skills of skiing and the ability of self-control in basic movements of DOSA METHOD
Authors: 岩田, 真一
石川, 尚子
Iwata, Shinichi
Ishikawa, Takako
イワタ, シンイチ
イシカワ, タカコ
日本女子体育大学(非常勤講師)
日本女子体育大学(教授)
Keywords: self-control in basic movements
shift of a center of balance
poor turns of skiing
Issue Date: Mar-2002
Abstract: This study aims to investigate relation between turning skills of skiing and the ability of self-control in basic movements of DOSA METHOD. To do that, two examinations were carried out. One of the examinations is on what movements skiers make when they turn on their weak side and the other is on their characteristics of the movements when they shift the center of balance to the right or to the left, which is the task of the basic movements of DOSA METHOD. The subjects were three students, who belong to the skiing club of Japan Women's College of Physical Education, had individually 4 sessions of checking and training the basic movements of DOSA METHOD. One session included about 40-50 minutes. The following two results were obtained. The first is that the close relation was found between their movements in turning on the weak side and the basic movements of DOSA METHOD, which the subjects could not made while carrying through the task. The second is that they improved a little their ability of self-control of basic movements during 4 sessions, and could stand on one foot with the weight distributed evenly on their soles.
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