Atsushi Kiuchi

Atsushi Kiuchi
University of Tsukuba · Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences

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Publications (21)
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For promotion of life skill acquisition in university physical education courses taken as distribution requirements for liberal arts programs, the experience of “self-disclosure” has been receiving some attention (Shimamoto and Ishii, 2007). However, there has been limited information on the design of physical education classes focusing on self-dis...
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The purpose of this study was to design and implement judo courses of physical education (PE) in higher education (HE) based on the ADDIE model and to validate the students’ outcomes and issues. The ADDIE model is part of the Instruction Design (ID) theory of educational technology. The subjects were 162 first-year undergraduate students (91 males:...
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Maladaptation to university life by undergraduates has often been reported in recent years. Therefore, improvements in the provision of support for student is urgently required. Previous studies have indicated that physical education (PE) classes might provide effective opportunities for improving students’ adjustment to universities. The purposes...
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The purpose of current study was to examine whether strength training, when performed once a week in a physical education course, has an effect on physical factors such as body weight and strength, and mental factors such as motivation to perform strength training in male collegiate students with exercise habits. Twenty-two male collegiate students...
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The purpose of this study was to clarify and overview the current status of all colleges and universities (hereinafter, CUs) in Japan offering physical education courses as a component of liberal arts in higher education (hereinafter, PE in higher education) since the first complete survey that was conducted in 2000. Out of the 775 CUs existing as...
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Maladaptation to university life by undergraduates has often been reported in recent years. Therefore, improvements in the provision of support for students is urgently required. Previous studies have indicated that physical education (PE) classes might provide effective opportunities for improving students' adjustment to university. The purposes o...
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In Japan, not many people exercise habitually. Physical education (PE) in universities would be expected to contribute to the development of active lifestyles by facilitating lifelong habits of exercise and sports. This study extracted the perceived benefits of PE in universities using text mining. A questionnaire survey was conducted among univers...
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Arterial stiffness might be related to trunk flexibility in middle-aged and older participants, but it is also affected by age, sex, and blood pressure. This cross-sectional observational study investigated whether trunk flexibility is related to arterial stiffness after considering the major confounding factors of age, sex, and blood pressure. We...
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The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a physical education program matched to the stages of change for exercise of the transtheoretical model (TTM) in a group of male university students. The participants were 239 male university freshmen (121 students in the intervention group and 118 in the control group). Two tasks were assigne...
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The purpose of this study was to examine the influences of a physical activity program (physical education class) on male university students employing behavioral change skills for a period of thirteen weeks on their level of physical activity and the self-efficacy of exercise. The study compared the effects of different physical activity programs:...
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of physical education [PE] homework on the amount of daily physical activity and the health-related fitness of university freshmen. Two hundred and eighty four Japanese university freshmen were allocated to either homework group (N=133) or control group (N=151). The tasks for homework group w...
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The effects of exercise training and detraining on bone mass were assessed in young male Wistar rats. The rats were divided randomly into sedentary control (C) and exercise training (T) groups. The T rats were trained for 10 weeks followed by a 10-week detraining period. Training consisted of running exercise on a rodent treadmill at 35 m/min, +5-d...
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Changes in mechanical properties and desity of bone to deconditioning after exercise training were studied to fifty-four male rats. Mechanical tests were conducted for femur bone. The three-point bending test and stress relaxation test were performed with an Instron-type universal testing machine. Bone mineral content was measured by single photon...
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The effects of running exercise on bone histomorphometric parameters were examined in sham-treated (Sham) and ovariectomized (OVX) rats. The rats were either kept sedentary (C) or trained (T) on a rodent treadmill at 25m/min, 30 min/day, 5 days/week for 10 weeks. Fat-free dry bone weight, bone mineral content (BMC), and histomorphometric parameters...

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