ITEYA, Misaki

写真a

Affiliation

Faculty of Sport Sciences, School of Sport and Sciences

Job title

Professor

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http://researchers.waseda.jp/profile/ja.badc304a11815926a8e1262cbf3bb339.html

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専門領域はコーチングで武道のコーチングを担当
競技は柔道で、競技力向上のための研究を行っている。
1997年〜2016年 東京学芸大学 健康・スポーツ科学講座
2016年〜現在 早稲田大学 スポーツ科学部

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  • Faculty of Sport Sciences   Graduate School of Sport Sciences

  • Affiliated organization   Global Education Center

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  • 1988.04
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    1995.03

    University of Tsukuba  

  • 1984.04
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    1986.03

    筑波大学大学院   体育研究科(修士課程)  

  • 1984.04
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    1986.03

    University of Tsukuba  

  • 1980.04
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    1984.03

    University of Tsukuba   School of Health and Physical Education  

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  • 筑波大学   博士(体育科学)

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  • 2016.04
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    2018.10

    Waseda University   Faculty of Sport Sciences

  • 1997.04
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    2016.03

    Tokyo Gakugei University

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    日本体育学会

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    日本コーチング学会

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    日本武道学会

 

Research Areas 【 display / non-display

  • Others

Research Interests 【 display / non-display

  • Budo

  • Training

  • Sport Methodology

  • Judo

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • 柔道授業における投げ技・固め技の危険認識:柔道経験の差による比較

    山﨑元太, 鈴木桂治, 田中力, 塚田真希, 射手矢岬

    武道学研究   51 ( 1 ) 21 - 33  2018.08  [Refereed]

  • The Effect of Coach Feedback on Soccer Competence in Youth Soccer Players.

    Ambe Hisataka, Murase Koji, Ochiai Masaru, Iteya Misaki, Suzuki Naoki

    Taiikugaku kenkyu (Japan Journal of Physical Education, Health and Sport Sciences)   63 ( 1 ) 87 - 102  2018  [Refereed]

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    <p>The purpose of this study was to develop a self-perceived soccer-specific competence scale for youth players and to investigate the effects of coach feedback on the soccer competence of these players in actual competitive sport settings. Firstly, in order to develop the scale, the total of 611 Japanese male youth soccer players completed a questionnaire, which was composed of 60 items selected from a preliminary study. Participants were also asked to score their own ability as a soccer player out of a hundred. The players' scored assessment of their own ability was used as a criterion variable. Exploratory factor analysis revealed that soccer competence of youth players consisted of 9 sub-scales: passing and ball control with proper decision making, speed, motivation, endurance, dribbling skill, heading skill, defensive skill, physical strength and leadership. As the scale included individual ball techniques and group skill, physical fitness and mental fitness, which are essential elements of competitive soccer ability, it was considered to represent an adequate evaluation of selfperceived soccer competence in youth players. Additionally, players who had lower soccer ability scores showed significantly lower evaluation on the soccer competence scale than players who displayed higher scores. These results indicate that the soccer competence scale would provide a multi-dimensional and precise reflection of soccer competence in Japanese male youth players. Secondly, in order to investigate the effects of coach feedback on youth players' soccer competence, one coach and 15 male junior youth soccer club players participated in this study. The coach's feedback to the players was recorded for 7 months using VTR and subsequently categorized into seven domains: (1) positive, (2) negative, (3) instructive, (4) questioning, (5) organizing, (6) friendly, and (7) other. Both before and after the observation period, players were asked to complete the soccer competence questionnaire derived in the first study. This revealed that competence related to passing and ball control with proper decision-making and dribbling skill increased significantly throughout the observation period. However, coach feedback did not significantly affect the longitudinal change in soccer competence. On the other hand, with regard to defensive skill, although no significant longitudinal change was confirmed during the observation period, there was a negative association between the frequency of negative feedback and the defensive skill score. Finally, the limitations of this study and future issues were discussed.</p>

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  • Motivational factors for visually-impaired practitioners of judo: A comparison with normal sighted judo players

    EDAMOTO Kanako, TAKANO Chiharu, KOHDA Yasuko, WATANABE Ryoko, ITEYA Misaki

    Research Journal of Budo   50 ( 1 ) 1 - 11  2017.09  [Refereed]

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    <p>The purpose of this study was to investigate motivational factors related to visually-impaired athletes practicing judo. It intended to clarify the reason why visually-impaired judo practitioners continue training in judo compared to their normal sighted counterparts.</p><p>The subjects were 38 male visually-impaired judo athletes aged 19-62 who participated in the All Japan Blind Judo Championships (the visually-impaired judo athlete group). A control group was formed made up of 38 male sighted judo players who were systematically drawn from prior research. Subjects were asked to answer a questionnaire containing 21 items related to possible reasons for continuing to do judo, such as, "character development", "positive feelings", "improving physical fitness", "improving mental condition", "attraction to martial arts", "personal goals", and "recreation".</p><p>Four factors were extracted from the sighted judo player group but five factors were extracted from the visually-impaired judo athlete group. Four of the factors—"positive feelings", "personal goals", "character development" and "improving physical fitness"—were common to both groups. Factors unique to each group were "sociability" in the visually-impaired judo athlete group, and "Jita Kyōei" in the control group.</p><p>The results of a simple comparison show that the scores for "fun", "future goals" and "popular" of the visually-impaired judo athlete group were significantly higher than that in the control group (p<0.01). The "increasing health" score of the control group was significantly higher than the visually-impaired judo athlete group (p<0.05).</p><p>In summary, this study indicated similarities and differences in the reasons for continuing judo in visually-impaired and sighted judo players. It seems that "fun" and "sociability" are more important factors for continuing judo among visually-impaired judo athletes compared with sighted judo players.</p>

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  • The Influence of Joint Positioning of the Osoto-gari Sweeping Leg on Muscle Force Potential of the Gastrocnemius,

    Bulletin of the association for the scientific studies on Judo   16   77 - 83  2017.03

  • 工業高等専門学校における柔道授業の成果と課題

    川内谷一志, 佐野博昭, 枝元香菜子, 岡村さやか, 射手矢岬

    大分工業高等専門学校紀要   53   21 - 27  2016.11

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  • 日本武道学会優秀論文賞

    2012.09  

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  • The measurement of image for the martial arts of junior high students by FUMIE test

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    2013.04
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    2016.03
     

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    It is necessary to know the image of the likes and dislikes for the martial arts to prevent keeping away from young martial arts, and to increase competition population. In this study, the images for the martial arts of junior high students were measured by FUMIE test, before and after the class of the martial arts (KENDO).2.Experimental procedures: 1) Subject: 292 junior high students (13-15years). 2) FUMIE test: this test is to investigate the true intention. This test carried out before and after the class of the martial arts (KENDO). 3.Result and discussion: The results of FUMIE test as follows: The junior high students had a favorable image for the martial arts. The boy students had the favorable image for the martial arts than the girls. The students had the image that was more desirable for kendo than Judo. It was after the classes of the kendo, and image damaging was seen in the whole

  • Does oral creatine supplementation enhance exercise performance of female Judo athletes?

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    IntroductionThe main purpose of this study is to clarify the effects of oral creatine supplementation on performance during intermittent maximal exercise and isokinetic thigh strength and of female judo athletes. In addition, we examined the effects on body composition and energy metabolism during exercise. Here, we described the performance during intermittent maximal exercise, the isokinetic thigh strength, and the body composition for the restriction of space.MethodsSubjects : Six female Judo athletes participated in this study. Their ages were 19.67 ± 0.82 (±SD) years.Supplement intake method and measurement period : After first measurements, the subjects ingested placebo (6 g glucose, 4 times per a day) for six days, and received second measurements in the next day. Afterwards, the subjects ingested the creatine (5 g creatine monohydrate + 1 g glucose, 4 times per a day) for six days, and received third measurements in the next day.Performance during intermittent maximal exercise : The subjects repeated five bouts (20-s intervals) of 10-s maximal cycling.Isokinetic thigh strength : We measured knee extension and flexion torque at each angle velocity of 0 (isometric), 60, 180, 300 degree/s.Body composition : We used hydrodensitometry to measure the body composition. Oxygen rebreathing method was used to measure lung residual volume.Results and discussionPrevious studies reported that the creatine supplementation strengthened the performance during intermittent intense exercise. However, in this study, all of peak power, average power, and work during 1 trial, their decreasing rate (from 1st to 5th trial), and total work did not improved after creatine supplementation. The knee e extension torque at the 180 and 300 degree/s were higher (P < 0.05) in the third measurements compared with the first measurements and the second measurements. Body weight and percent body fat increased (P < 0.05) from the first measurements to the third measurements, but fat free weight unchanged.We conclude that oral creatine supplementation improves knee extension strength at middle and high angle velocities though it doesn't influence performance during intermittent maximal exercise and fat free weight in female Judo athletes

Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • Analyzing the Negative Impact of Elite Sporting Culture behind Japanese Judo Elite Success from 2000 to 2016

    Wu, D. Y, Nakamura, H, Iteya, M

    Oral presented at the 2018 The European Sport Management Conference 

    Presentation date: 2018.09

  • H反射法による武道の「構え」の解析

    長谷川公輝, 射手矢岬

    日本武道学会第51回大会 

    Presentation date: 2018.09

  • Analyzing the Negative Impact of Elite Sporting Culture behind Japanese Judo Elite Success from 2000 to 2016

    Wu, D. Y, Nakamura, H, Iteya, M

    Poster presented at the 2018 the SGU International Forum 

    Presentation date: 2018.03

  • A Biomechanical Analysis of Seoi-nage and Uchimata: Differences in Trunk Rotation

    Teruaki MARUYAMA, Hiroshi KUBOTA, Misaki ITEYA, Tomoko FUKUMI

    Proceedings of the 2017 International Budo Conference 

    Presentation date: 2017.09

  • A Biomechanical Analysis of Seoi-nage: A Kinematic Comparison Between Expert and Non-Expert Levels

    Naoki ITAMI, Hiroshi YAMADA, Hideyuki NAGAO, Seiji MIYAZAKI, Hidetoshi NAKANISHI, Kenichiro AGEMIZU, Kousei INOUE, Ryunosuke HAGA, Keita OGAWARA, Misaki ITEYA

    Proceedings of the 2017 International Budo Conference 

    Presentation date: 2017.09

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Committee Memberships 【 display / non-display

  • 2014.11
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    全日本柔道連盟  重大事故対策委員会

  • 2014.11
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    全日本柔道連盟  医科学委員会