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Title: 女子学生のキャンプ実習期間中における自覚疲労について
Other Titles: On girl students' subjective fatigue during practical camping
Authors: 相場, 百合香
西田, ますみ
常田, 奈津子
Aiba, Yurika
Nishida, Masumi
Tokida, Natuko
アイバ, ユリカ
ニシダ, マスミ
トキダ, ナツコ
日本女子体育大学(教授)
日本女子体育大学(助教授)
日本女子体育大学(教授)
Keywords: Practice camping
subjective fatigue
girl students
Issue Date: Mar-2004
Abstract: The conscious tiredness investigation was conducted on at the camp practice with the participants from Japan Women's College of Physical Education. The research has been conducted using the survey of the Subjective Symptoms of the Industrial Fatigue, Industrial and Hygienics Association data as reference. The correlation between the results from the investigation and the camp program is outlined below as follow: 1. The percentage of complaints received from the groups is classified as Group I>Group III>Group II. It's the same percentage of complaints in general, as at skiing practice, (a psychological fatigue felt after a workout rather than a physical fatigue). 2. The subjective fatigue of complaints registered at practicing camp is lower than the one registered at the practicing skiing. This shows that, although the same activity is performed in natural environments, the degree of tiredness differs according to the seasonal conditions (winter and summer). 3. When a climbing mountain or a hiking is executed at first, the percentage of tiredness complaints reported at the night is high and could rise further the following morning. When a play at the waterside & handicraft is executed at first, the percentage of complaints reported at night is low. However, when a play at waterside & handicraft is carried out on the first day, hiking the following day and the climbin gmountain at last, tiredness otherwise is accumulated for the next two days. 4. When taking into consideration the above factors from the subjective percentage of complaints in general, in conclusion, it would be preferable to plan a camping practice program for five days and four nights as follow: Go on hiking on the second day, climb mountain on the third day and finally have a play at the waterside & handicraft on the fourth day.
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