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Title: 大学野球選手におけるイップス尺度調査からの一考察(第二報)― 野球の特性を踏まえた観察研究より ―
Other Titles: Consideration from the Yips Scale in University Baseball Players ― Second Report : An Observational Study in Based on the Competition Characteristics of Baseball ―
Authors: 寅嶋, 静香
山口, 航
山田, 亮
来田, 宣幸
Abstract: 【Purpose】In the first report, a university baseball athlete with a high score on the Yips scale (71 points) was interviewed as part of an observational study to further understand Yips research based on the competition characteristics of baseball. 【Methods】The observational study was conducted by experts (3 physiotherapists, 1 sports surgeon, and 1 university baseball coach) on the subject’s pitching motion. The images were then interviewed by experts in observational studies. 【Results】The observational study revealed that there was “remaining weight on the axle” and “insufficient flexion / extension integration.” It was concluded that athletes who are prone to experiencing Yips exhibit these characteristics. 【Discussion】The results of the observational study indicated that the movement skills and inadequate conditioning adjustments were likely to decline for those who scored high on the Yips scale. This suggests that if a player feels something wrong when performing a pitching motion in baseball, it is important to review the conditioning adjustments, based on advice from a specialist (such as a coach or medical professional).
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Shimei: 北海道教育大学紀要. 人文科学・社会科学編
Volume: 71
Issue: 1
Publisher: 北海道教育大学
Issue Date: Aug-2020
URI: http://s-ir.sap.hokkyodai.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/11373
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