MAEDA, Seiji

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Affiliation

Faculty of Sport Sciences, School of Sport and Sciences

Job title

Professor

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  • Affiliated organization   Global Education Center

Degree 【 display / non-display

  • 筑波大学   修士(体育学)

  • University of Tsukuba   M.S.

  • 筑波大学   博士(体育科学)

  • University of Tsukuba   Ph.D.

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    JAPANESE SOCIETY OF CLINICAL SPORTS MEDICINE

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    JAPAN SOCIETY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION,HEALTH AND SPORT SCIENCES

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    Japan Society of Exercise and Sports Physiology

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    THE JAPANESE SOCIETY OF PHYSICAL FITNESS AND SPORTS MEDICINE

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    American College of Sports Medicine

 

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  • Sports sciences

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  • Renal hemodynamics across the adult lifespan: Relevance of flow pulsatility to chronic kidney disease

    Keisei Kosaki, Takashi Tarumi, Jun Sugawara, Koichiro Tanahashi, Hiroshi Kumagai, Masahiro Matsui, Takeshi Sugaya, Yosuke Osuka, Kiyoji Tanaka, Makoto Kuro-o, Chie Saito, Kunihiro Yamagata, Seiji Maeda

    Experimental Gerontology   152   111459 - 111459  2021.09

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  • Central Blood Pressure in Young Kendo Athletes: Implications of Combined Anaerobic and Strength Training

    Masaki Yoshioka, Kaname Tagawa, Yuriko Tochigi, Tomohito Sato, Jiyeon Park, Reiko Momma, Youngju Choi, Jun Sugawara, Seiji Maeda

    ARTERY RESEARCH   27 ( 2 ) 87 - 92  2021.06

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    Background: Exercise training-induced adaptation of central Blood Pressure (BP) depends on exercise mode. Kendo, a traditional Japanese martial art, is a unique exercise mode because its training encompasses anaerobic and resistance training components. However, the effects of habitual kendo training on central BP have not been established.Objective: The aim of this study was to compare the central BP of high-level kendo athletes and age-matched controls without exercise habits.Methods: Thirty-six young university kendo athletes (the kendo athlete group) and 29 young sedentary individuals (the control group) participated in this cross-sectional study. Central hemodynamics were estimated from carotid arterial waveforms via a generalized transfer function. Stroke volume was computed from brachial arterial waveforms using the Modelflow method.Results: Central systolic BP and Central Pulse Pressure (cPP) were higher in the kendo athlete group than in the control group (both, p < 0.01). Central diastolic BP did not differ between the two groups. Stroke Volume Index (SVI; stroke volume adjusted for body surface area) and the maximum rate of aortic pressure rise during systole (dP/dT(max)), which reflects left ventricle contractility, were significantly higher in the kendo athlete group than in the control group (p < 0.05), and these parameters showed a significant positive correlation with cPP (SVI: r = 0.34, p < 0.01; dP/dT(max): r = 0.79, p < 0.01).Conclusion: These results suggest that habitual kendo training may increase central pulse pressure through increases in left ventricular systolic function.HIGHLIGHTSKendo is ideal for investigating of training adaptation since it induces the characteristics of anaerobic exercise training and resistance training; that is, kendo athletes had both high anaerobic capacity and high muscle strength compared with sedentary controls.In the present study, central blood pressure (central systolic blood pressure and central pulse pressure) was significantly higher in the kendo athlete group than in the control group.Stroke Volume Index (SVI; stroke volume adjusted for body surface area) and the maximum rate of aortic pressure rise during systole (dP/dT(max)) but not augmented pressure in the kendo athlete group were also significantly higher than those in the control group.In addition, SVI and dP/dT(max) showed a significant positive correlation with central pulse pressure.These results suggest that combined anaerobic exercise and muscular strength training may increase central blood pressure through increases in left ventricular systolic function. (C) 2021 The Authors. Publishing services by Atlantis Press International B.V.

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  • Comparison between volunteer- and expert-led versions of a community-based weight-loss intervention

    Ryoko Mizushima, Yoshio Nakata, Hiroyuki Sasai, Xinyu Zuo, Seiji Maeda, Kiyoji Tanaka

    Preventive Medicine Reports   22   101370 - 101370  2021.06

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  • Aerobic Exercise Restores Aging-Associated Reductions in Arterial Adropin Levels and Improves Adropin-Induced Nitric Oxide-Dependent Vasorelaxation.

    Shumpei Fujie, Natsuki Hasegawa, Naoki Horii, Masataka Uchida, Kiyoshi Sanada, Takafumi Hamaoka, Jaume Padilla, Luis A Martinez-Lemus, Seiji Maeda, Motoyuki Iemitsu

    Journal of the American Heart Association   10 ( 10 ) e020641  2021.05  [International journal]

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    Background Adropin is a peptide hormone that promotes nitric oxide (NO) production via activation of endothelial NO synthase (eNOS) in endothelial cells. Its circulating levels are reduced with aging and increased with aerobic exercise training (AT). Using a mouse model, we hypothesized that AT restores aging-associated reductions in arterial and circulating adropin and improves adropin-induced NO-dependent vasorelaxation. Further, we hypothesized these findings would be consistent with data obtained in elderly humans. Methods and Results In the animal study, 50-week-old SAMP1 male mice that underwent 12 weeks of voluntary wheel running, or kept sedentary, were studied. A separate cohort of 25-week-old SAMP1 male mice were used as a mature adult sedentary group. In the human study, 14 healthy elderly subjects completed an 8-week AT program consisting of 45 minutes of cycling 3 days/week. In mice, we show that advanced age is associated with a decline in arterial and circulating levels of adropin along with deterioration of endothelial function, arterial NO production, and adropin-induced vasodilation. All these defects were restored by AT. Moreover, AT-induced increases in arterial adropin were correlated with increases in arterial eNOS phosphorylation and NO production. Consistently with these findings in mice, AT in elderly subjects enhanced circulating adropin levels and these effects were correlated with increases in circulating nitrite/nitrate (NOx) and endothelial function. Conclusions Changes in arterial adropin that occur with age or AT relate to alterations in endothelial function and NO production, supporting the notion that adropin should be considered a therapeutic target for vascular aging. Registration URL: https://www.umin.ac.jp; Unique identifier: UMIN000035520.

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  • Stature is negatively associated with increased arterial stiffness after high-intensity bicep curls training in young Japanese men

    Kaname Tagawa, Youngju Choi, Song-Gyu Ra, Toru Yoshikawa, Hiroshi Kumagai, Seiji Maeda

    European Journal of Sport Science     1 - 35  2021.03

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  • はじめてとりくむ身体活動支援

    前田清司, 崔英珠( Part: Contributor, 疾患予防と改善のための身体活動のエビデンス:高血圧)

    2019

  • 運動生理学大事典

    前田,清司( Part: Contributor, 循環器系と運動)

    2017.09 ISBN: 9784890134779

  • たくましい心とかしこい体

    Maeda,Seiji( Part: Contributor, スポーツと血管の科学)

    大修館書店  2016 ISBN: 9784469267983

  • 透析運動療法

    Maeda,Seiji( Part: Contributor, 動脈硬化と運動療法)

    医薬ジャーナル社  2016 ISBN: 9784753228195

  • TAURINE 9

    Ra, Song-Gyu, Akazawa, Nobuhiko, Choi, Youngju, Matsubara, Tomoko, Oikawa, Satoshi, Kumagai, Hiroshi, Tanahashi, Koichiro, Ohmori, Hajime, Maeda, Seiji( Part: Contributor, Taurine Supplementation Reduces Eccentric Exercise-Induced Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness in Young Men)

    SPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN  2015 ISBN: 9783319151267

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  • ボランティア主導型減量支援プログラムの体系的評価

    水島諒子, 中田由夫, 笹井浩行, 前田清司, 田中喜代次

    健康支援   23 ( 1 )  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • The Impact Of Pms And Pmdd On Physical Performance In Female Track And Field Athletes

    Reiko Momma, Yuriko Tochigi, Ai Hamasaki, Koichiro Tanahashi, Akari Takahashi, Tomohito Sato, Atsumu Yokota, Noboru Mesaki, Seiji Maeda

    MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE   51 ( 6 ) 764 - 764  2019.06

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  • Does sport discipline at a young age influence the incidence of hypertension?: J-Fit+study(和訳中)

    Kumagai Hiroshi, Someya Yuki, Yoshioka Masaki, Miyamoto-Mikami Eri, Choi Youngju, Kohmura Yoshimitsu, Suzuki Koya, Machida Shuichi, Naito Hisashi, Maeda Seiji, Fuku Noriyuki

    The Journal of Physiological Sciences   69 ( Suppl.1 ) S195 - S195  2019.06

  • 減量プログラム参加者における心理的ストレス反応の変化と体重減少との関連

    水島諒子, 水島諒子, 中田由夫, 笹井浩行, 左シンウ, 前田清司, 黒谷佳代, 瀧本秀美, 田中喜代次

    栄養学雑誌   77 ( 5 Supplement )  2019

    J-GLOBAL

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Awards 【 display / non-display

  • 第10回日本腎臓リハビリテーション学会学術総会YIA副会長賞(共同研究者)

    2020.03  

  • 大塚スポーツ医・科学賞奨励賞(共同研究者)(日本体力医学会)

    2019.09  

  • 第9回日本腎臓リハビリテーション学会学術集会YIA副会長賞(共同研究者)

    2019.03  

  • 第19回日本健康支援学会学術大会優秀賞(共同研究者)

    2018.03  

  • 第3回日本予防理学療法サテライト集会奨励賞(共同研究者)

    2018.02  

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Research Projects 【 display / non-display

  • 細粒化クルクミンが急性運動後の疲労回復に及ぼす影響に関する研究

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  • 加齢や運動習慣が動脈硬化および自律神経機能に与える影響

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  • 新しい動脈硬化度評価法の開発に関する研究

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    2005
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  • 動脈伸展性と運動効果の個人差を規定する遺伝的要因

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  • 高血圧・動脈硬化を予防するための健康状態の指標化と至適運動プログラムの開発

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    2002
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Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • 保存期CKD患者における血中FGF21濃度と身体活動量の関連性

    松井, 公宏, 小﨑, 恵生, 小﨑, 奏子, 吉岡, 将輝, 柴田, 愛, 岡, 浩一朗, 斎藤, 知栄, 山縣, 邦弘, 黒尾, 誠, 前田, 清司

    第10回日本腎臓リハビリテーション学会学術集会  (東京) 

    Presentation date: 2020.02

  • 中高齢CKD患者の座位行動と身体活動が筋力に及ぼす影響: Isotemporal Substitutionモデルを用いた検討

    吉岡, 将輝, 小﨑, 恵生, 松井, 公宏, 小﨑, 奏子, 柴田, 愛, 岡, 浩一朗, 黒尾, 誠, 斎藤, 知栄, 山縣, 邦弘, 前田, 清司

    第10回日本腎臓リハビリテーション学会学術集会  (東京) 

    Presentation date: 2020.02

  • 保存期CKD患者における血中Cortisol/DHEAS比と骨格筋量指数の関連性

    森, 貴史, 小崎, 恵生, 松井, 公宏, 黒尾, 誠, 斎藤, 知栄, 山縣, 邦弘, 前田, 清司

    第10回日本腎臓リハビリテーション学会学術集会  (東京) 

    Presentation date: 2020.02

  • 腎保護と心血管疾患予防のための運動:基礎から臨床へ

    前田,清司  [Invited]

    第10回日本腎臓リハビリテーション学会 

    Presentation date: 2020.02

  • 運動習慣とCKDの重症化

    小崎恵生, 前田清司  [Invited]

    第10回日本腎臓リハビリテーション学会 

    Presentation date: 2020.02

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Committee Memberships 【 display / non-display

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    日本腎臓リハビリテーション学会  代議員

  • 2017
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    日本体力医学会  理事

  • 2015
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    日本体力医学会  「体力科学」編集委員会委員

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    日本体力医学会  「The Journal of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine」編集委員会委員

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    日本運動生理学会  理事

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