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Title: 一般女子大学生におけるグライド姿勢と泳動作との関係
Other Titles: Relationship between gliding and swimming motions during front crawl swimming in female collegiate recreational swimmers.
Authors: 金沢, 翔一
森山, 進一郎
山縣, 慧子
北川, 幸夫
Kanazawa, Shoichi
Moriyama, Shinichiro
Yamagata, Keiko
Kitagawa, Yukio
カナザワ, ショウイチ
モリヤマ, シンイチロウ
ヤマガタ, ケイコ
キタガワ, ユキオ
Keywords: front crawl swimming
recreational swimmers
Issue Date: Mar-2015
Abstract: This study was to examine effects of gliding group or no gliding group and the relationship between gliding and swimming posture, breathing, arm strokes and kicks in swimmers during front crawl swimming.A total of 132 female collegiate recreational swimmers were recorded at 30 frames per second by a digital video camera placed poolside, 15 meters from the end wall, while performing front crawl swimming for 25 meters.The videos were then evaluated based on three-step criteria used in previous studies. We found that gliding group was significantly different from no gliding group (p<0.01) and gliding had a significant relationship with swimming posture (p<0.01,V=0.68), breathing (p<0.01, V=0.48), arm strokes (p<0.01, V=0.39) and leg kicking (p<0.01, V=0.39). These results suggest that gliding during the front crawl is important for stabilizing breathing, maintaining the horizontal position of swimmers on the surface of the water, and improving the efficiency of arm strokes and kicks.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/699
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