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Title: 本学のキャンプ実習プログラムについての検討
Other Titles: The examination of our college's practical camp program
Authors: 髙松, 麻貴
相場, 百合香
西田, ますみ
Takamatsu, Maki
Aiba, Yurika
Nishida, Masumi
タカマツ, マキ
アイバ, ユリカ
ニシダ, マスミ
日本女子体育大学(助手)
日本女子体育大学(教授)
Keywords: Camp program
Rate of perceived exertion
Heart rate
Issue Date: Mar-2010
Abstract: This research, conducted on 4 days and 5 nights training camp with the participant students whose rate of perceived exertion (RPE) and heart rate were measured, is for the improvement of the quality of our summer camp program. The camp was set up at around an altitude of 1240m in the Kiyosato-kogen on the Yatsugatake highlands area in Yamanashi prefecture. The related activities, (Meshimoriyama mountain climbing, walking along the Doryunotaki and the hiking in the Kiyosato-kogen), were carried out in the vicinity of the camping site and below are the results of the activities: 1. The rating of perceived exertion started with the Meshimoriyama climbing followed by the Kiyosato-kogen hiking and the walking along the Doryunotaki. 2. With changes of heart rate, we reached the peak of the Meshimoriyama from its mouth on a relatively jogging exercise. The walking along the Doryunotaki was very light with a stroll pace exercise. Finally, the hiking in the Kiyosato-kogen aux began slowly and turned into a comparatively high speed walking pace exertion. 3. Looking at the relationship between the heart rate and the altitude, the transformation in the journey is huge when the gap of altitude is 433m in the climbing of Meshimoriyama and that gap did work in advantage for the exercise load to the point that changes in the heart rate were also huge. When hiking distance in Kiyosato-kogen was about 6.4km with an altitude gap of 302meters, and the degree of inclination relatively mild, the heart rate changed slightly when we climbed up and down gentle descents and slopes for a long distance. Walking along the Doryunotaki where the altitude gap was just about 35 meters, the changes observed in the heart rate were also relatively small.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/621
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