Departmental Bulletin Paper 継ぎ足と歩み足の柔道投げ技への効果: 大腰,内股,大外刈りについて
The Effects of Tsugiashi and Ayumiashi on Judo Throwing Techniques: about Ogoshi, Uchimata, and Osotogari

三戸, 範之  ,  高橋, 隆太郎  ,  石井, 直人  ,  SANNOHE, Noriyuki  ,  TAKAHASHI, Ryutaro  ,  ISHII, Naoto

71pp.51 - 57 , 2016-03-01 , 秋田大学教育文化学部
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of Tsugiashi and Ayumiashi on the rotating type of judothrowing techniques. Three throwing techiques that were Ogoshi, Uchimata, and Osotogari were applied for theexamination. Participants were fourteen national intercollegiate students of judo and they carried out the trials ofeach throwing techniques by three kinds of Tsukuri conditions, that were Tsugiashi, Ayumiashi of one step, andAyumiashi of two steps. The throwing trials were performed three times in each of the conditions. Movement timewas measured about Tsukuri and Kake phases. One-way ANOVA was conducted on the three conditions of themovement time about Tsukuri and Kake phases and demonstrated significant differences between the conditions. InTsukuri phase, the movement time of Tsugiashi was significantly shorter than the movement time of Ayumiashi oftwo steps. As for the movement time of Kake phase, it was significantly shorter when Tsugiashi was used inTsukuri phase than when Ayumiashi was used in Tsukuri phase. Findings indicate that Tsugiashi is effective inmaking quick movement in Tsukuri phase, and in applying Tsukuri movement to Kake movement, and that theacquisition of Tsugiashi skill as well as Ayumiashi skill is important to improve judo throwing skills.

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