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TANIMOTO Michiya

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FacultyDepartment of Human Factors Engineering and Environmental Design / Graduate School of Biology-Oriented Science and Technology
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  •   2010 ,  - 2011 , Faculty of Biology-Oriented Science and Technology, Kindai University

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  • Life sciences, Nutrition and health science
  • Life sciences, Sports science

Published Papers

  • Changes in Intra-abdominal Pressure during Trunk Stability Training and Other Sports, Shohei Geshiro, Michiya Tanimoto, 18(3), Sep. 2018 , Refereed
  • Effects of Vocalization When Standing-up from a Sitting Position in a Chair among Healthy Elderly People, International Journal of Sport and Health Science, International Journal of Sport and Health Science, 16, 10 - 18, Jan. 2018 , Refereed
  • Comparison of muscle force exertion and electromyographic activity level during manual resistance exercise between experts and non-experts in resistance training, 谷本 道哉, 下野 俊哉, 荒川 裕志, 体育学研究, 体育学研究, 62(1), 145 - 154, Jun. 2017
  • 【健康スポーツの必要性と指導方法】 健康スポーツ・運動の必要性と具体的な指導方法 筋肥大・サルコペニア対策のための具体的な運動指導方法, 谷本 道哉, 臨床スポーツ医学, 臨床スポーツ医学, 34(1), 66 - 68, Jan. 2017
  • Walking by Yourself until You are 100 : Theory and Practice of "Resistance Training with Slow Movement and Tonic Force Generation", 谷本 道哉, 臨床整形外科, 臨床整形外科, 50(9), 867 - 870, Sep. 2015
  • Restance Training for Athletes : Functional or Unfunctional Muscle for Sports Performance, 谷本 道哉, 臨床整形外科, 臨床整形外科, 50(9), 849 - 853, Sep. 2015
  • 筋生理学からみたレジスタンストレーニング, 谷本 道哉, 理学療法京都, 理学療法京都, (43), 6 - 15, Mar. 2014
    Summary:筋力増強を目的として、筋に強い抵抗(レジスタンス)をかけて行うレジスタンストレーニング(RT)には様々な方法がある。筋力の増強は主に筋の肥大により達成されるが、筋肥大を誘発する因子には、大きく分けて「力学的刺激:大きな筋張力、筋の微細な損傷など」と「化学的刺激:代謝物の蓄積、低酸素環境など」の2つがあると考えられている。RTの様々な方法の違いは「力学的刺激と化学的刺激の2つをどのように与える方法なのか」と考えると理解が容易になる。関節や血管等の脆弱化した中高齢者の健康維持増進のためのRTを考える際には、怪我等のリスクを低減させることに特に注意を払う必要がある。加圧トレーニングやスロートレーニングのような化学的刺激を優先した比較的軽負荷を用いて行うRTは、中高齢者向けのRTとして有効度が高いと考えられる。(著者抄録)
  • 筋力トレーニングの科学 使える筋肉とは 「競技者」のための筋力トレーニングと「中高齢者」のための筋力トレーニング, 谷本 道哉, 日本整形外科スポーツ医学会雑誌, 日本整形外科スポーツ医学会雑誌, 33(4), 484 - 484, Aug. 2013
  • 〈Original Papers〉Relation between shoulder and elbow joint torque and motion range in baseball throwing and risk of shoulder and elbow injury, 谷本 道哉, 吉岡 伸輔, 瀬戸口 芳正, 平島 雅也, Memoirs of the Faculty of Biology-Oriented Science and Technology of Kinki University = 近畿大学生物理工学部紀要, Memoirs of the Faculty of Biology-Oriented Science and Technology of Kinki University = 近畿大学生物理工学部紀要, 31, 31 - 45, Mar. 01 2013
    Summary:[要旨] 背景: 野球投球時の肩関節まわりの発揮トルク・稼働範囲と肩・肘関節まわりの傷害との関連が示唆されているが, その詳細は明らかではない. 目的: 野球投球動作時の肩関節周りの発揮トルクおよび稼働範囲,また肩関節周りの等尺性最大筋力および静的可動域の傷害発症リスクとの関係を明らかにする. 方法: 大学男子硬式野球部に所属する投手12名を用いて, 投球動作時の肩関節周りの発揮トルク(内旋,水平内転), 稼働範囲(外旋,水平外転)を逆動力学より算出した.また肩関節周りの等尺性最大筋力と静的関節可動域の測定を行った.以上の測定項目と,肩・肘関節まわりの傷害発症リスク指標(肩関節引張力,せん断力,肘関節外反トルク)との関係の評価を行った. なお, 力の要素は球速の2乗で除して標準化したものを評価に用いた結果:投球時の発揮トルクと傷害リスク指標との関係は,肩関節内旋トルクは肘関節内反トルクと有意な正の相関(P<0.001)を,肩関節水平内転トルクは肩関節せん断力と有意な正の相関(P<0.001)を示した投球時の関節稼働範囲と傷害リスク指標との関係は, 投球時の肩関節外旋稼働範囲は肘関節内反トルクと有意な負の関(P<0.05)を,投球時の肩関節水平外転稼働範囲は肩関節せん断力と有意な負の相関(P<0.001)を示した. 投球時の肩関節の発揮トルク(肩関節内旋,水平内転の和)の大きい上位6名の「上半身パワータイプ」は,下位6名の「非上半身パワータイプ」よりも肘関節内反トルクが大きい傾向(P<0.1),肩関節せん断力は有意に高値(P<0.05)であった.結論:肩関節周りの発揮トルクを強く使う投手のほうが,また肩関節周りの稼働範囲が小さい投手のほうが肩・肘回りの傷害発症リスク指標が高くなるという関係が観察された.上肢の発揮トルク主動ではない投法,また肩関節周りの大きな稼働範囲を使った投法が, 肩・肘関節まわりの傷害リスクを軽減するという点において優れることが示唆される. [Abstract] Background: Shoulder joint torque and motion range in baseball throwing are considered to have relation with the risk of shoulder and elbow injury. Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate the relation among shoulderjoint torque and motion range in baseball throwing, shoulder isometric muscle force and static motion range, and the risk of shoulder and elbow injury. Method: Twelve baseball pitchers affiliated with the baseball club of the University performed maximum speed ball pitching with motion capture kinematics and kinetics analysis, isometric muscle force tests of shoulder inner rotation, and motion range tests of shoulder external rotation and horizontal abduction. The relation among the kinetic characteristics of throwing, the physical characteristics, and the risk of shoulder and elbow injury was investigated Result: Shoulder inner rotation torque in throwing has strong correlation with elbow inversion torque (P<0.001). Shoulder horizontal adduction torque in throwing has strong correlation with shoulder shear force (P<0.001).Motion range of shoulder external rotation in throwing has correlation with elbow inversion torque (P<0.05). Motion range of shoulder horizontal abduction in throwing has strong correlation with shoulder shear force (P<0.001)."Upper arm power type group" defined as the top six subjects with large upper arm torque (amount of shoulder inner rotation and horizontal adduction) in throwing have larger elbow inversion torque (P<0.1) and larger shear force (P<0.05). Conclusion: These results suggested that throwing motion without strong upper arm torque and with larger shoulder motion range decrease the risk of shoulder and elbow injury in throwing.
  • 高齢者の「サルコペニア」ならびに「虚弱」とその対策 日本人のサルコペニアの参照値と心血管系疾患リスク及びメタボリックシンドロームとの関係についての横断的解析, 真田 樹義, 家光 素行, 田畑 泉, 宮地 元彦, 村上 晴香, 山元 健太, 塙 智史, 川上 諒子, 河野 寛, 丸藤 祐子, 鈴木 克彦, 樋口 満, 谷本 道哉, 大森 由実, 日本老年医学会雑誌, 日本老年医学会雑誌, 49(6), 715 - 717, Nov. 2012
  • A cross-sectional study of sarcopenia in Japanese men and women: reference values and association with cardiovascular risk factors and metabolic syndrome, Sanada Kiyoshi, Iemitsu Motoyuki, Tabata Izumi, Miyachi Motohiko, Murakami Haruka, Yamamoto Kenta, Hanawa Satoshi, Kawakami Ryouko, Kawano Hiroshi, Gando Yuko, Suzuki Katsuhiko, Higuchi Mitsuru, Tanimoto Michiya, Omori Yumi, Ronen biyou, Ronen biyou, 49(6), 715 - 717, 2012
    Summary:<b>目的</b>:本研究は,成人男女1,488名を対象として,日本人のためのサルコペニアの参照値と体力及び心血管系疾患リスクおよびメタボリックシンドロームとの関係について検討した.<b>方法</b>:サルコペニアの参照値は,若年被験者における二重エネルギーX線吸収(DXA)法を用いた骨格筋指数の平均値マイナス1標準偏差を使用した.<b>結果</b>:DXA法によるサルコペニアとサルコペニア予備群の参照値は,男性が6.87 kg・m<sup>-2</sup>と7.77 kg・m<sup>-2</sup>,女性が5.46 kg・m<sup>-2</sup>と6.12 kg・m<sup>-2</sup>であった.サルコペニア予備群と正常群を比較したところ,男女ともサルコペニア予備群は全身の骨密度や脚筋力が有意に低かった.さらに,サルコペニア予備群は,体格指数や体脂肪率が正常群より有意に低いにもかかわらず,血中グリコヘモグロビン濃度や脈波伝搬速度が有意に高かった.さらに,年齢,除脂肪量,体脂肪率を共変量とした共分散分析(低筋量×メタボリックシンドローム)の結果,空腹時血糖値及び血中グリコヘモグロビン濃度(HbA1c)は,これらの相互作用に有意性が認められた.<b>結論</b>:日本人のサルコペニアは,糖尿病発症や動脈硬化に関連する可能性が示唆された.また,低筋量とメタボリックシンドロームの合併は糖尿病リスクを増強することが明らかとなった.<br>
  • 〈Original Papers〉Acute changes in muscular oxygen and metabolic environment during 5minutes maximal cycling exercise, 谷本 道哉, 佐賀 典生, 村出 真一朗, 形本 静夫, Memoirs of the Faculty of Biology-Oriented Science and Technology of Kinki University = 近畿大学 生物理工学部 紀要, Memoirs of the Faculty of Biology-Oriented Science and Technology of Kinki University = 近畿大学 生物理工学部 紀要, (28), 61 - 72, Sep. 01 2011
    Summary:[要旨] 背景: 自転車競技の短・中距離選手の下肢の筋は非常に良く発達している. しかしながら, 自転車運動で発揮する筋力レベルは, 20-30%MVC程度と小さい. 筋肥大誘発の一要因である筋の微細損傷を引き起こすエキセントリック収縮の局面もほとんどない. 自転車運動が筋肥大を促すとするなら, このようなメカニカルな刺激とは別の要素が関係していると考えられる. 目的: 自転車運動が筋肥大・筋力増強を誘発する要因として運動中の筋内の酸素環境・代謝環境の変化が関係している可能性がある. 自転車運動中の酸素環境, 代謝環境の変化を観察する. 方法: 男子自転車競技短・中距離選手5名を用いて4000mレースを模した5分間の最大自転車運動を行い, その時の筋酸素化レベル, 一過性の筋横断面積変化(パンプアップ度合: 筋の代謝物の蓄積量を反映する)等を測定した. また, 同一心拍負荷の走運動を行い比較した. 結果: 5分間の最大自転車運動では運動中の筋酸素化レベルが走運動と比べて有意に大きく低下した(自転車26.6±6.4%, 走運動53.9±16.4%). また, 運動後の一過的な大腿部の筋横断面積の増加が走運動と比べて有意に大きかった(自転車+4.3±1.6%, 走運動+1.2±2.1%,). 結論: 5分間の最大自転車運動では筋の酸素環境・代謝環境が大きく変化することが観察された. このような筋内環境の変化が筋肥大の誘発と関係している可能性がある. [Abstract] Background: Short to middle distance cycling race competitors have very huge thigh muscles. However, mechanical load in cycling is relatively low and cycling movement hardly have eccentric contraction phase which induce muscle micro damage enhancing muscular hypertrophy. Cycling exercise might have other factors except such mechanical factors. Purpose: Purpose of this study is investigating the acute changes in muscular oxygenation level and metabolic environment during 5 minutes maximal cycling exercise. These acute changes in muscle during exercise have possibilities to perform some roles of inducing muscular hypertrophy. Method: Five cyclists affiliated with the cycling club of Juntendo University performed 5 minutes maximum cycling exercise which simulates 4000 meter cycling race, and performed 5 minute treadmill running with same cardiorespiratory load (same hart rate) as cycling exercise. Treadmill running protocol was configured as comparison of cycling exercise. Thigh muscle oxygenation level, blood lactate concentration and thigh muscle pump-up level assessed by muscle cross sectional area (CSA) were measured during these two exercises. Muscle pump-up during exercise mainly reflects the volume of muscular metabolic sub-products accumulation. Result: Muscle oxygenation level during cycling exercise decreased drastically and significantly lower than that during treadmill running (cycling: 26.6±6.4%, running: 53.9±16.4%). CSA changing immediately after cycling increased potentially and significantly lower than that during treadmill running (cycling: 4.3±1.6%, running: 1.2±2.1%). Conclusion: 5 minutes maximum cycling exercise made drastic changes in thigh muscle oxygenation and metabolic environment. These changes in muscle have possibilities to perform some roles of inducing muscular hypertrophy.
  • 筋力トレーニング 筋力トレーニングの必要性, 谷本 道哉, 日本整形外科スポーツ医学会雑誌, 日本整形外科スポーツ医学会雑誌, 31(4), 436 - 436, Aug. 2011
  • 軽負荷筋力トレーニングの可能性 サルコペニア予防のために, 谷本 道哉, 日本整形外科スポーツ医学会雑誌, 日本整形外科スポーツ医学会雑誌, 31(4), 433 - 433, Aug. 2011
  • 筋発揮張力維持法(スロートレーニング)の効果とそのメカニズム, 谷本 道哉, Journal of Exercise Science, Journal of Exercise Science, 20, 38 - 39, Mar. 2011
  • 高齢者におけるレジスタンストレーニング介入による基礎代謝量の変化, 三宅 理江子, 田中 茂穂, 安藤 貴史, 谷本 道哉, 渡邊 裕也, 村上 晴香, 宮地 元彦, 体力科学, 体力科学, 59(6), 905 - 905, Dec. 2010
  • Differences of Kinematics and Muscle Activity during Cycling between Free Bicycle Rollers and Fixed Bicycle Rollers, 谷本 道哉, 高田 佑輔, 栗原 俊之, 村出 真一朗, 柳谷 登志雄, 形本 静夫, Memoirs of the Faculty of Biology-Oriented Science and Technology of Kinki University = 近畿大学 生物理工学部 紀要, Memoirs of the Faculty of Biology-Oriented Science and Technology of Kinki University = 近畿大学 生物理工学部 紀要, (26), 63 - 78, Sep. 01 2010
    Summary:背景: 自転車サイクリング運動はレクリエーションスポーツとして広く行われている. 自転車運動は天候や交通状況の都合などから,実際のロード走行の代わりに室内でエルゴメータ等を用いて行われることも多い. しかし, ロード走行とエルゴメータのペダリング動作の違いは明確にされていない. 目的: 自転車のロード走行とエルゴメータの動作および筋活動の相違点を検証することを目的とした .使用する自転車の形状, 負荷等の条件を統一するため, 本研究ではロード走行とエルゴメータを模したものとして, 前後方向以外の自転車の動きが固定されず動作の自由度の高いフリーローラーと後輪車軸をローラーの土台に固定する固定ローラーを用いて同一の自転車ペダリング動作の比較を行った. 方法: 順天堂大学自転車競技部に所属する選手7名を用いてフリーローラーと固定ローラーでのペダリング運動を60rpm および 90rpmで行い, 下肢の関節角度変位および筋放電量を測定した. 結果: 60rpm, 90rpmともに下肢3関節の関節動作は全般的にフリーローラーにおいて固定ローラーよりも関節稼働量が小さい様子が観察された. 2試技間で有意差が見られたのは60rpmにおける股関節, 膝関節, 90rpmにおける膝関節, 足関節であった. 下肢筋群のべダリング動作中の1サイクル中の筋放電量の平均値およびピーク値は, 60, 90rpmのいずれの回転数, いずれの筋においても2試技間に有意な差は見られなかった. 結論: フリーローラーと固定ローラーではペダリング動作の下肢の関節動作形態は異なる. しかし筋放電量には相違は見られない. (英文) Background: Many people enjoy cycling as a competitive or recreational sport. Sometimes bicycle exercises are performed on bicycle ergometers indoors instead of outdoor road cycling, because of bad weather or traffic. However, the difference of movement between road cycling and cycling with a bicycle ergometer is not investigated sufficiently. Purpose: The purpose of this study is to elicit the difference of movement between road cycling and cycling with a bicycle ergometer by researching kinematics and electromyography data during bicycle exercise. We compared the kinematics and muscle activity of bicycle exercise on a free bicycle roller and on a fixed bicycle roller (bicycle trainer with a fixed rear wheel axis) as a comparison of road cycling and cycling with a bicycle ergometer. Method: Seven cyclists affiliated with the cycling club of Juntendo University performed bicycle exercises on a free bicycle roller and on a fixed bicycle roller by 60 and 90 rpm, and lower limb kinematics and electromyography data were measured. Result: Widths of lower limb joint movement were larger on the fixed bicycle roller than on the free bicycle roller both in 60rpm and 90rpm. Widths of hip joint and knee joint movements were significantly larger in 60rpm. Widths of knee joint and ankle joint movements were significantly larger in 90rpm. However, there was no significant difference in the electromyographic amplitude between the two methods in neither of the lower limb muscles and in neither of the rpms. Conclusion: The kinematics of lower limbs in bicycle exercise with a free bicycle roller was different from that with a fixed bicycle roller. However, there were no such differences between the two methods in the electromyography data of lower limbs.
  • PREDICTION MODELS OF SARCOPENIA IN JAPANESE ADULT MEN AND WOMEN, SANADA KIYOSHI, MIYACHI MOTOHIKO, YAMAMOTO KENTA, MURAKAMI HARUKA, TANIMOTO MICHIYA, OMORI YUMI, KAWANO HIROSHI, GANDO YUKO, HANAWA SATOSHI, IEMITSU MOTOYUKI, TABATA IZUMI, HIGUCHI MITSURU, OKUMURA SHIGETOSHI, Jpn. J. Phys. Fitness Sports Med., Jpn. J. Phys. Fitness Sports Med., 59(3), 291 - 302, Jun. 01 2010
    Summary:The purpose of this study was to develop prediction models of sarcopenia in 1,894 Japanese men and women aged 18-85 years. Reference values for sarcopenia (skeletal muscle index, SMI; appendicular muscle mass/height<sup>2</sup>, kg/m<sup>2</sup>) in each sex were defined as values two standard deviations (2SD) below the gender-specific means of this study reference data for young adults aged 18-40 years. Reference values for predisposition to sarcopenia (PSa) in each gender were also defined as values one standard deviations (1SD) below. The subjects aged 41 years or older were randomly separated into 2 groups, a model development group and a validation group. Appendicular muscle mass was measured by DXA. The reference values of sarcopenia were 6.87 kg/m<sup>2</sup> and 5.46 kg/m<sup>2</sup>, and those of PSa were 7.77 kg/m<sup>2</sup> and 6.12 kg/m<sup>2</sup>. The subjects with sarcopenia and PSa aged 41 years or older were 1.7% and 28.8% in men and 2.7% and 20.7% in women. The whole body bone mineral density of PSa was significantly lower than in normal subjects. The handgrip strength of PSa was significantly lower than in normal subjects. Stepwise regression analysis indicated that the body mass index (BMI), waist circumference and age were independently associated with SMI in men; and BMI, handgrip strength and waist circumference were independently associated with SMI in women. The SMI prediction equations were applied to the validation group, and strong correlations were also observed between the DXA-measured and predicted SMI in men and women. This study proposed the reference values of sarcopenia in Japanese men and women. The prediction models of SMI using anthropometric measurement are valid for alternative DXA-measured SMI in Japanese adults.
  • 高齢者における筋発揮張力維持法(LST)の筋力増強、筋肥大効果および安全性の検証, 谷本 道哉, 大金 朱音, 石井 直方, 宮地 元彦, 健康医科学研究助成論文集, 健康医科学研究助成論文集, (24), 71 - 80, Mar. 2009
    Summary:運動習慣のある健康な高齢者において筋発揮張力維持法(LST)が身体諸機能(筋量・筋力、筋血流量、動脈硬化度)を改善させる効果が若年者同様に認められるかを、運動介入実験によって検証した。介入運動として、LSTトレーニングを実施する群と、通常高齢者に処方されることの多い低負荷トレーニングを実施する群の2群を無作為に設定した。また、筋肥大を促す生理的メカニズムの検証として介入運動期間中に、運動時の一過性の生理応答の観察を行った。高齢者においても12週間のLSTを用いた膝伸展・屈曲運動により若年男性同様、有意な筋肥大・筋力増強、安静時筋血流量の増加が起こることが示された。男女ともに大腿前・後の筋厚が有意に増加した。筋力増強効果をみるとLSTではすべての測定項目において有意な増加がみられた。
  • Basal Metabolic Rate and Physical Activity Level in Bodybuilders, YAMAMOTO Sachiko, TAKATA ISHIKAWA Kazuko, BESSYO Kyoko, TANIMOTO Michiya, MIYACHI Motohiko, TANAKA Shigeho, TOTANI Masayuki, TABATA Izumi, The Japanese journal of nutrition and dietetics, The Japanese journal of nutrition and dietetics, 66(4), 195 - 200, Aug. 01 2008
    Summary:ボディービルダーの基礎代謝量(BMR)と身体活動レベル身体活動レベル(PAL)について検討した。22〜55歳の健康な成人男性で、週3〜5回のトレーニングを行い、定期的に大会に参加しているボディービルダー14例を対象とした。1日あたりのBMRは1712±209kcal/日であった。BMR/除脂肪量(FFM)は25.4±2.1kcal/kgFFM/日であった。DLW法で求めたボディービルダーの1日の総エネルギー消費量は3432±634kcalで、PALは2.00±0.21であった。PALには個人差が大きく、PALの設定は、トレーニング内容や時間の考慮だけでなく、それ以外の時間の身体活動量をどのように評価するか検討する必要が示唆された。
  • Effect of resistance training using bodyweight in the elderly: Comparison of resistance exercise movement between slow and normal speed movement, Yuya Watanabe, Michiya Tanimoto, Naoko Oba, Kiyoshi Sanada, Motohiko Miyachi, Naokata Ishii, GERIATRICS & GERONTOLOGY INTERNATIONAL, GERIATRICS & GERONTOLOGY INTERNATIONAL, 15(12), 1270 - 1277, Dec. 2015 , Refereed
    Summary:Aim: The present study investigated whether a slow movement protocol can be applied to resistance training using bodyweight. In addition, the intervention program combined plyometric exercise with resistance exercise to improve physical function overall. Methods: A total of 39 active elderly adults participated in a 16-week intervention. The program consisted of five resistance exercises and four plyometric exercises using their own bodyweight with a single set for each exercise. Participants were assigned to one of two experimental groups. One group carried out resistance exercise with slow movement and tonic force generation (3-s concentric, 3-s eccentric and 1-s isometric actions with no rest between each repetition). The other group as a movement comparison followed the same regimen, but at normal speed (1-s eccentric and 1-s concentric actions with 1-s rest between each repetition). Muscle size, strength and physical function were measured before and after the intervention period. Results: After the intervention, strengths of upper and lower limbs, and maximum leg extensor power were significantly improved in both groups. Muscle size did not change in either group. There were no significant differences in any of the parameters between groups. Conclusions: The intervention program using only own bodyweight that comprised resistance exercise with slow movement and plyometric exercise can improve physical function in the elderly, even with single sets for each exercise. However, there was no enhanced muscle hypertrophic effect. Further attempts, such as increasing performing multiple sets, would be required to induce muscle hypertrophy.
  • Accuracy of Segmental Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis for Predicting Body Composition in Pre- and Postmenopausal Women, Noriko I. Tanaka, Satoshi Hanawa, Haruka Murakami, Zhen-Bo Cao, Michiya Tanimoto, Kiyoshi Sanada, Motohiko Miyachi, JOURNAL OF CLINICAL DENSITOMETRY, JOURNAL OF CLINICAL DENSITOMETRY, 18(2), 252 - 259, Apr. 2015 , Refereed
    Summary:This study aimed to compare the accuracy for predicting body composition using single-frequent segmental bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) between pre- and postmenopausal women. A total f 559 Japanese women aged 30-88 yr were divided into 4 groups by questionnaire: natural menopause, pathological menopause, regular menstruation, or irregular menstruation. The measurement values by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry were used as a reference of the body composition. In terms of the results, regardless of the menopausal status, BIA slightly but significantly overestimated the percentage of body fat (standard error of estimate: 5.3%-6.7%) and the leg lean soft tissue mass (LSTM; 5.1%-6.1%), and underestimated the LSTM in the whole body (6.2%-7.6%) and arm (2.8%-3.7%). The absolute values of the predictive error for leg LSTM were significantly higher in postmenopausal groups than in the premenopausal ones. The corresponding values for the whole body and arm LSTM, and the percentage of body fat were higher in premenopausal groups than in postmenopausal ones. In conclusion, the predictive accuracy of BIA for postmenopausal women is not inferior to that for premenopausal ones, unless we target the leg LSTM.
  • Lack of age-related increase in carotid artery wall viscosity in cardiorespiratory fit men, Hiroshi Kawano, Kenta Yamamoto, Yuko Gando, Michiya Tanimoto, Haruka Murakami, Yumi Ohmori, Kiyoshi Sanada, Izumi Tabata, Mitsuru Higuchi, Motohiko Miyachi, JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION, JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION, 31(12), 2370 - 2379, Dec. 2013 , Refereed
    Summary:Objectives: Age-related arterial stiffening and reduction of arterial elasticity are attenuated in individuals with high levels of cardiorespiratory fitness. Viscosity is another mechanical characteristic of the arterial wall; however, the effects of age and cardiorespiratory fitness have not been determined. We examined the associations among age, cardiorespiratory fitness and carotid arterial wall viscosity. Methods: A total of 111 healthy men, aged 25-39 years (young) and 40-64 years (middle-aged), were divided into either cardiorespiratory fit or unfit groups on the basis of peak oxygen uptake. The common carotid artery was measured noninvasively by tonometry and automatic tracking of B-mode images to obtain instantaneous pressure and diameter hysteresis loops, and we calculated the effective compliance, isobaric compliance and viscosity index. Results: In the middle-aged men, the viscosity index was larger in the unfit group than in the fit group (2533 vs. 2018 mmHg.s/mm, respectively: P<0.05), but this was not the case in the young men. In addition, effective and isobaric compliance were increased, and viscosity index was increased with advancing age, but these parameters were unaffected by cardiorespiratory fitness level. Conclusion: These results suggest that the wall viscosity in the central artery is increased with advancing age and that the age-associated increase in wall viscosity may be attenuated in cardiorespiratory fit men.
  • Increased Muscle Size and Strength From Slow-Movement, Low-Intensity Resistance Exercise and Tonic Force Generation, Yuya Watanabe, Michiya Tanimoto, Akane Ohgane, Kiyoshi Sanada, Motohiko Miyachi, Naokata Ishii, JOURNAL OF AGING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, JOURNAL OF AGING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, 21(1), 71 - 84, Jan. 2013 , Refereed
    Summary:The authors investigated the effects of low-intensity resistance training on muscle size and strength in older men and women. Thirty-five participants (age 59-76 yr) were randomly assigned to 2 groups and performed low-intensity (50% of 1-repetition maximum) knee-extension and -flexion exercises with either slow movement and tonic force generation (LST; 3-s eccentric, 3-s concentric, and 1-s isometric actions with no rest between repetitions) or normal speed (LN; 1-s concentric and 1-s eccentric actions with 1-s rests between repetitions) twice a week for 12 wk (2-wk preparation and 10-wk intervention). The LST significantly increased thigh-muscle thickness, as well as isometric knee-extension and -flexion strength. The LN significantly improved strength, but its hypertrophic effect was limited. These results indicate that even for older individuals, the LST can be an effective method for gaining muscle mass and strength.
  • EFFECTS OF TRAINING VOLUME ON STRENGTH AND HYPERTROPHY IN YOUNG MEN, Heiki Sooneste, Michiya Tanimoto, Ryo Kakigi, Norio Saga, Shizuo Katamoto, JOURNAL OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING RESEARCH, JOURNAL OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING RESEARCH, 27(1), 8 - 13, Jan. 2013 , Refereed
    Summary:Sooneste, H, Tanimoto, M, Kakigi, R, Saga, N, and Katamoto, S. Effects of training volume on strength and hypertrophy in young men. J Strength Cond Res 27(1): 8-13, 2013-Knowledge of the effects of training volume on upper limb muscular strength and hypertrophy is rather limited. In this study, both arms of the same subject were trained in a crossover-like design with different training volumes (1 or 3 sets) to eliminate the effects of genetic variation and other individual differences. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of training volume on muscular strength and hypertrophy in sedentary, untrained young Japanese men. Eight subjects (age, 25.0 +/- 2.1 years; body mass, 64.2 +/- 7.9 kg; height, 171.7 +/- 5.1 cm) were recruited. The subjects trained their elbow flexor muscles twice per week for 12 consecutive weeks using a seated dumbbell preacher curl. The arms were randomly assigned to training with 1 or 3 sets. The training weight was set at 80% of 1 repetition maximum for all sets. The 3-set protocol increased cross-sectional area significantly more than did 1 set (1 set, 8.0 +/- 3.7%; 3 sets, 13.3 +/- 3.6%, p < 0.05). Furthermore, gains in strength with the 3-set protocol tended to be greater than those with 1 set (1 set, 20.4 +/- 21.6%; 3 sets, 31.7 +/- 22.0%, p = 0.076). Based on the results, the authors recommend 3 sets for sedentary untrained individuals. However, this population should incorporate light training days of 1 set into their training program to prevent overtraining and ensure adherence. The findings are relevant for the sedentary, untrained young male population and must be interpreted within the context of this study.
  • Greater forearm venous compliance in resistance-trained men, Hiroshi Kawano, Michiya Tanimoto, Kenta Yamamoto, Yuko Gando, Kiyoshi Sanada, Izumi Tabata, Mitsuru Higuchi, Motohiko Miyachi, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, 110(4), 769 - 777, Nov. 2010 , Refereed
    Summary:Greater venous compliance is associated with attenuation of the tolerance response to orthostatic stress and reduced incidence of venous diseases. Resistance training induces tolerance to orthostatic challenge and the growth of capillaries, which may lead to negative and positive effects on venous compliance, respectively. It has not been confirmed, however, whether habitual resistance training positively or negatively affects venous compliance. We compared the forearm venous compliance in resistance-trained men with age-matched controls. Eleven resistance-trained middle-aged men (37.7 +/- A 1.5 years) and 12 age-matched sedentary controls (36.7 +/- A 1.6 years) were studied. Forearm venous compliance was measured in subjects in the supine position by inflating a venous collecting cuff placed around the upper arm to 60 mmHg for 8 min and then decreasing cuff pressure to 0 mmHg at a rate of 1 mmHg/s. Forearm venous compliance was determined using the first derivative of the pressure-volume relation during cuff pressure reduction (compliance = beta(1) + 2 beta(2) x cuff pressure). Forearm venous compliance at 20 mmHg cuff pressure was 16% greater in the resistance-trained group than in the age-matched sedentary controls (0.097 +/- A 0.005 vs. 0.083 +/- A 0.004 ml/dl/mmHg, P < 0.05). Forearm venous compliance was positively related to forearm venous volume (r = 0.643, P = 0.0009), but not forearm muscle mass (r = 0.391, P = 0.0648). In conclusion, the present study suggests that (1) the resistance-trained men have greater forearm venous compliance than age-matched controls, and (2) the higher forearm venous compliance in the resistance-trained men may be explained by greater forearm venous capacitance.
  • CHANGES IN MUSCLE ACTIVATION AND FORCE GENERATION PATTERNS DURING CYCLING MOVEMENTS BECAUSE OF LOW-INTENSITY SQUAT TRAINING WITH SLOW MOVEMENT AND TONIC FORCE GENERATION, Michiya Tanimoto, Hiroshi Arakawa, Kiyoshi Sanada, Motohiko Miyachi, Naokata Ishii, JOURNAL OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING RESEARCH, JOURNAL OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING RESEARCH, 23(8), 2367 - 2376, Nov. 2009 , Refereed
    Summary:Tanimoto M, Arakawa H, Sanada K, Miyachi M, and Ishii N. Changes in muscle activation and force generation patterns during cycling movements because of low-intensity squat training with slow movement and tonic force generation. J Strength Cond Res 23( 8): 2367-2376, 2009-Our previous studies showed that relatively low-load (similar to 50-60% 1 repetition maximum [1RM]) resistance training with slow movement and tonic force generation (LST) significantly increased muscle size and strength. However, LST is a very specific movement that differs from natural movements associated with sport activities and activities of daily life, and therefore, it might have some unfavorable effects on dynamic sport movement. We investigated the effects of LST on muscle activity and force generation patterns during cycling movement as a representative dynamic sports movement. Twenty-four healthy young men who were not in the habit of bicycle riding and did not have a history of regular resistance training were randomly assigned to the LST (similar to 60% 1RM load, 3-second lifting, and 3-second lowering movement without a relaxing phase: n = 8), a high-intensity exercise at normal speed (HM) group (85% 1RM load, 1-second lifting, 1-second lowering, and 1-second relaxed movement: n = 8), or sedentary control (CON, n = 8) group. Subjects in the training groups performed vertical squats by the assigned method. Exercise sessions consisted of 3 sets and were performed twice a week for 13 weeks. Pre- and posttraining muscle activation and force generation patterns during the cycling movements were evaluated by the coefficient of variation (CV) of the rectified electromyographic (EMG) wave from the vastus lateralis and CV of pedaling force. Both the CV of the rectified EMG and of pedaling force decreased significantly in the LST group (221 and 218%, p < 0.05, respectively), whereas there were no significant changes in either the HN or the CON group. This decrease in CV in the LST group could mean that muscle activity and force generation during cycling movement have become more tonic. This result following LST may have an unfavorable effect on cycling movement and other dynamic sports movements.
  • Poor trunk flexibility is associated with arterial stiffening, Kenta Yamamoto, Hiroshi Kawano, Yuko Gando, Motoyuki Iemitsu, Haruka Murakami, Kiyoshi Sanada, Michiya Tanimoto, Yumi Ohmori, Mitsuru Higuchi, Izumi Tabata, Motohiko Miyachi, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY, 297(4), H1314 - H1318, Oct. 2009 , Refereed
    Summary:Yamamoto K, Kawano H, Gando Y, Iemitsu M, Murakami H, Sanada K, Tanimoto M, Ohmori Y, Higuchi M, Tabata I, Miyachi M. Poor trunk flexibility is associated with arterial stiffening. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 297: H1314-H1318, 2009. First published August 7, 2009; doi: 10.1152/ajpheart.00061.2009.-Flexibility is one of the components of physical fitness as well as cardiorespiratory fitness and muscular strength and endurance. Flexibility has long been considered a major component in the preventive treatment of musculotendinous strains. The present study investigated a new aspect of flexibility. Using a cross-sectional study design, we tested the hypothesis that a less flexible body would have arterial stiffening. A total of 526 adults, 20 to 39 yr of age (young), 40 to 59 yr of age (middle-aged), and 60 to 83 yr of age ( older), participated in this study. Subjects in each age category were divided into either poor- or high-flexibility groups on the basis of a sit-and-reach test. Arterial stiffness was assessed by brachial-ankle pulse wave velocity (baPWV). Two-way ANOVA indicated a significant interaction between age and flexibility in determining baPWV (P < 0.01). In middle-aged and older subjects, baPWV was higher in poor- flexibility than in high-flexibility groups (middle-aged, 1,260 +/- 141 vs. 1,200 +/- 124 cm/s, P < 0.01; and older, 1,485 +/- 224 vs. 1,384 +/- 199 cm/s, P < 0.01). In young subjects, there was no significant difference between the two flexibility groups. A stepwise multiple-regression analysis (n = 316) revealed that among the components of fitness (cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular strength, and flexibility) and age, all components and age were independent correlates of baPWV. These findings suggest that flexibility may be a predictor of arterial stiffening, independent of other components of fitness.
  • Low-intensity resistance training with slow movement and tonic force generation increases basal limb blood flow, Michiya Tanimoto, Hiroshi Kawano, Yuko Gando, Kiyoshi Sanada, Kenta Yamamoto, Naokata Ishii, Izumi Tabata, Motohiko Miyachi, CLINICAL PHYSIOLOGY AND FUNCTIONAL IMAGING, CLINICAL PHYSIOLOGY AND FUNCTIONAL IMAGING, 29(2), 128 - 135, Apr. 2009 , Refereed
    Summary:Metabolic syndrome is associated with reductions in basal limb blood flow. Resistance training increasing muscle mass and strength increases basal limb blood flow. Low-intensity resistance exercise with slow movement and tonic force generation (LST) has been proposed as one of the effective methods of resistance training increasing muscle mass and strength. The hypothesis that LST training increases basal femoral blood flow as well as traditional high-intensity resistance training at normal speed (HN) was examined. Thirty-six healthy young men without a history of regular resistance training were randomly assigned to the LST [similar to 55-60% one repetition maximum (1RM) load, 3 s lifting and 3 s lowering with no relaxation phase, n = 12], HN (similar to 85-90% 1RM, 1 s lifting and 1 s lowering with 1 s relaxation, n = 12) or sedentary control (CON, n = 12) groups. Participants in the training groups underwent two whole-body training sessions per week for 13 weeks. Basal femoral blood flow increased significantly by +18% in LST and +35% in HN (both P < 0.05), while there was no such change in CON. There were no significant differences between these increases induced by LST and HN, although the increase in LST corresponded to about half that in HN. In conclusion, not only resistance training in HN but in LST as well, were effective for increasing basal limb blood flow, and that this effect was evident even in healthy young men.
  • EFFECTS OF WHOLE-BODY LOW-INTENSITY RESISTANCE TRAINING WITH SLOW MOVEMENT AND TONIC FORCE GENERATION ON MUSCULAR SIZE AND STRENGTH IN YOUNG MEN, Michiya Tanimoto, Kiyoshi Sanada, Kenta Yamamoto, Hiroshi Kawano, Yuko Gando, Izumi Tabata, Naokata Ishii, Motohiko Miyachi, JOURNAL OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING RESEARCH, JOURNAL OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING RESEARCH, 22(6), 1926 - 1938, Nov. 2008 , Refereed
    Summary:Tanimoto, M, Sanada, K, Yamamoto, K, Kawano, H, Gando, Y, Tabata, I, Ishii, N, and Miyachi, M. Effects of whole-body low-intensity resistance training with slow movement and tonic force generation on muscular size and strength in young men. J Strength Cond Res 22(6): 1926-1938, 2008-Our previous study showed that relatively low-intensity (similar to 50% one-repetition maximum [1RM]) resistance training (knee extension) with slow movement and tonic force generation (LST) caused as significant an increase in muscular size and strength as high-intensity (similar to 80% 1RM) resistance training with normal speed (HN). However, that study examined only local effects of one type of exercise (knee extension) on knee extensor muscles. The present study was performed to examine whether a whole-body LST resistance training regimen is as effective on muscular hypertrophy and strength gain as HN resistance training. Thirty-six healthy young men without experience of regular resistance training were assigned into three groups (each n = 12) and performed whole-body resistance training regimens comprising five types of exercise (vertical squat, chest press, latissimus dorsi pull-down, abdominal bend, and back extension: three sets each) with LST (similar to 55-60% 1RM, 3 seconds for eccentric and concentric actions, and no relaxing phase); HN (similar to 80-90% 1RM, 1 second for concentric and eccentric actions, 1 second for relaxing); and a sedentary control group (CON). The mean repetition maximum was eight-repetition maximum in LST and HN. The training session was performed twice a week for 13 weeks. The LST training caused significant (p < 0.05) increases in whole-body muscle thickness (6.8 +/- 3.4% in a sum of six sites) and 1RM strength (33.0 +/- 8.8% in a sum of five exercises) comparable with those induced by HN training (9.1 +/- 4.2%, 41.2 +/- 7.6% in each measurement item). There were no such changes in the CON group. The results suggest that a whole-body LST resistance training regimen is as effective for muscular hypertrophy and strength gain as HN resistance training.
  • Required muscle mass for preventing lifestyle-related diseases in Japanese women, Masae Miyatani, Hiroshi Kawano, Kei Masani, Yuko Gando, Kenta Yamamoto, Michiya Tanimoto, Taewoong Oh, Chiyoko Usui, Kiyoshi Sanada, Mitsuru Higuchi, Izumi Tabata, Motohiko Miyachi, BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, 8, 291, Aug. 2008 , Refereed
    Summary:Background: Since it is essential to maintain a high level of cardiorespiratory fitness to prevent life-style related disease, the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan in 2006 proposed to determine the maximal oxygen uptake (Vo(2)max: mL . kg(-1) . min(-1)) reference values to prevent lifestyle related diseases (LSRD). Since muscle mass is one of the determinant factors of Vo(2)max, it could be used as the reference parameter for preventing LSRD. The aim of this study was to determine and quantify the muscle mass required to maintain the Vo2max reference values in Japanese women. Methods: A total of 403 Japanese women aged 20-69 years were randomly allocated to either a validation or a cross-validation group. In the validation group, a multiple regression equation, which used a set of age and the percentage of muscle mass (%MM, percentage of appendicular lean soft tissue mass to body weight), as independent variables, was derived to estimate the Vo(2)max. After the equation was cross-validated, data from the two groups were pooled together to establish the final equation. The required %MM for each subject was recalculated by substituting the Vo(2)max reference values and her age in the final equation. Results: The mean value of required %MM was identified as (28.5 +/- 0.35%). Thus, the present study proposed the required muscle mass (28.5% per body weight) in Japanese women to maintain the Vo(2)max reference values determined by the Japanese Ministry of Health Labour and Welfare. Conclusion: The estimated required %MM (28.5% per body weight) can be used as one of the reference parameters of fitness level in Japanese women.
  • Resistance training in men is associated with increased arterial stiffness and blood pressure but does not adversely affect endothelial function as measured by arterial reactivity to the cold pressor test, Hiroshi Kawano, Michiya Tanimoto, Kenta Yamamoto, Kiyoshi Sanada, Yuko Gando, Izumi Tabata, Mitsuru Higuchi, Motohiko Miyachi, EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY, 93(2), 296 - 302, Feb. 2008 , Refereed
    Summary:Resistance training is a popular mode of exercise, but may result in stiffening of the central arteries. Changes in carotid artery diameter were determined using the cold pressor test (CPT), which results in production of nitric oxide via sympathetic activation and is one of the novel methods available for assessing endothelial function in the carotid artery. To investigate the effect of resistance training on endothelial function, we designed a cross-sectional study of carotid arterial vasoreactivity to CPT in men participating in regular resistance training with increased carotid arterial stiffness compared with age-matched control subjects. Twelve resistance-trained middle-aged men (age 38.7 +/- 1.7 years) and 17 age-matched control subjects (age 36.8 +/- 1.2 years) were studied. The direction and magnitude of changes in carotid artery diameter were measured by B-mode ultrasonography during sympathetic stress induced by submersion of the foot in ice slush for 90 s. Carotid arterial beta-stiffness index, and systolic and mean arterial blood pressure were higher (7.7 +/- 0.7 versus 6.0 +/- 0.4 arbitrary units, 116 +/- 2 versus 131 +/- 4 mmHg and 86 +/- 2 versus 95 +/- 2 mmHg, respectively, all P < 0.05) in the resistance training group compared with control subjects. There were, however, no significant differences in the amount or percentage change in carotid artery diameter in CPT between the two groups (resistance training group, 0.33 +/- 0.07 mm and 5.2 +/- 1.1%; control group, 0.37 +/- 0.06 mm and 5.8 +/- 0.9%, respectively). These findings suggest that while carotid arterial stiffening and higher blood pressure are observed in regular resistance-trained men, these are not associated with abnormalities in carotid arterial vasoreactivity to sympathetic stimulus, which implies intact endothelial function.
  • Effects of low-intensity resistance exercise with slow movement and tonic force generation on muscular function in young men, M Tanimoto, N Ishii, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, 100(4), 1150 - 1157, Apr. 2006 , Refereed
    Summary:We investigated the acute and long-term effects of low-intensity resistance exercise ( knee extension) with slow movement and tonic force generation on muscular size and strength. This type of exercise was expected to enhance the intramuscular hypoxic environment that might be a factor for muscular hypertrophy. Twenty-four healthy young men without experience of regular exercise training were assigned into three groups (n = 8 for each) and performed the following resistance exercise regimens: low- intensity [similar to 50% of one-repetition maximum (1RM)] with slow movement and tonic force generation (3 s for eccentric and concentric actions, 1-s pause, and no relaxing phase; LST); high-intensity (similar to 80% 1RM) with normal speed (1 s for concentric and eccentric actions, 1 s for relaxing; HN); low-intensity with normal speed (same intensity as for LST and same speed as for HN; LN). In LST and HN, the mean repetition maximum was 8RM. In LN, both intensity and amount of work were matched with those for LST. Each exercise session consisting of three sets was performed three times a week for 12 wk. In LST and HN, exercise training caused significant (P < 0.05) increases in cross-sectional area determined with MRI and isometric strength (maximal voluntary contraction) of the knee extensors, whereas no significant changes were seen in LN. Electromyographic and near-infrared spectroscopic analyses showed that one bout of LST causes sustained muscular activity and the largest muscle deoxygenation among the three types of exercise. The results suggest that intramuscular oxygen environment is important for exercise-induced muscular hypertrophy.

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  • 筋力トレーニングにおけるセット数が筋力及び筋肥大に及ぼす影響, ソーネステ・ヘイキ, 谷本 道哉, 柿木 亮, 形本 静夫, 体力科学, 59, 6, 889, 889,   2010 12
  • 筋発揮張力維持法(スロートレーニング)の効果とメカニズム, 谷本 道哉, 日本抗加齢医学会総会プログラム・抄録集, 10回, 146, 146,   2010 05
  • 血中ホモシステイン濃度と脚伸展パワーとMTHFR遺伝子多型との関連, 村上 晴香, 家光 素行, 真田 樹義, 谷本 道哉, 田中 憲子, 塙 智史, 山元 健太, 丸藤 祐子, 川上 諒子, 宮地 元彦, 体力科学, 58, 6, 592, 592,   2009 12
  • 3次元加速度計を用いた身体活動量および心肺体力と動脈硬化との関係, 丸藤 祐子, 山元 健太, 村上 晴香, 川上 諒子, 谷本 道哉, 塙 智史, 田中 憲子, 田畑 泉, 樋口 満, 宮地 元彦, 体力科学, 58, 6, 718, 718,   2009 12
  • 習慣的な筋力トレーニングと前腕静脈コンプライアンスとの関係, 河野 寛, 谷本 道哉, 山元 健太, 丸藤 祐子, 真田 樹義, 樋口 満, 宮地 元彦, 体力科学, 58, 6, 719, 719,   2009 12
  • 体力レベルの違いが動脈stiffnessとMTHFR遺伝子多型の関係に及ぼす影響, 家光 素行, 村上 晴香, 真田 樹義, 山元 健太, 河野 寛, 丸藤 祐子, 谷本 道哉, 田畑 泉, 宮地 元彦, 体力科学, 58, 6, 728, 728,   2009 12
  • 筋発揮張力維持法(LST)を用いた筋力トレーニングが安静時代謝量に与える影響, 谷本 道哉, 真田 樹義, 河野 寛, 丸藤 祐子, 山元 健太, 田畑 泉, 宮地 元彦, 体力科学, 58, 6, 891, 891,   2009 12
  • 筋発揮張力維持法が高齢者の筋機能に及ぼす長期的効果, 渡邊 裕也, 大金 朱音, 谷本 道哉, 石井 直方, 体力科学, 58, 6, 902, 902,   2009 12
  • 【「運動以前」の人へのアプローチ】 ストレッチと生活習慣病の予防効果, 谷本 道哉, 食生活, 103, 10, 68, 71,   2009 10
  • 全身持久力、柔軟性および筋パワーと動脈硬化度との関係, 山元 健太, 河野 寛, 丸藤 祐子, 家光 素行, 村上 晴香, 真田 樹義, 谷本 道哉, 樋口 満, 田畑 泉, 宮地 元彦, 体力科学, 57, 6, 727, 727,   2008 12
  • 高齢者における筋発揮張力維持法(LST)の一過的生理応答, 渡邊 裕也, 大金 朱音, 田中 あゆ子, 谷本 道哉, 石井 直方, 体力科学, 57, 6, 747, 747,   2008 12
  • 24時間の呼吸商からみた高強度筋力トレーニング実践者の脂質酸化能, 大河原 一憲, 田中 茂穂, 谷本 道哉, 宮地 元彦, 高田 和子, 勝川 史憲, 田畑 泉, 体力科学, 57, 6, 750, 750,   2008 12
  • 中年女性を対象とした「サーキット式コンバインドトレーニング」の身体諸機能に与える影響, 谷本 道哉, 真田 樹義, 山元 健太, 丸藤 祐子, 田畑 泉, 塙 勝博, 宮地 元彦, 体力科学, 57, 6, 823, 823,   2008 12
  • 若年男性における短期間の筋力トレーニングが総エネルギー消費量および身体活動量に及ぼす影響, 引原 有輝, 谷本 道哉, 高田 和子, 田中 茂穂, 宮地 元彦, 田畑 泉, 体力科学, 57, 6, 889, 889,   2008 12
  • 3ヵ月間の高強度筋力トレーニングが24時間の呼吸商からみた脂質酸化能に及ぼす影響, 大河原 一憲, 田中 茂穂, 谷本 道哉, 宮地 元彦, 高田 和子, 田畑 泉, 肥満研究, 14, Suppl., 261, 261,   2008 09
  • Basal Metabolic Rate and Physical Activity Level in Bodybuilders, Yamamoto Sachiko, Ishikawa-Takata Kazuko, Bessyo Kyoko, Tanimoto Michiya, Miyachi Motohiko, Tanaka Shigeho, Totani Masayuki, Tabata Izumi, Jpn.J.Nutr.Diet., 66, 4, 195, 200,   2008 , 10.5264/eiyogakuzashi.66.195, http://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/130003667916
    Summary:We measured the basal metabolic rate (BMR), fat-free mass (FFM) and physical activity level (PAL) of well-trained bodybuilders as typical athletes with muscular development by resistance training in order to examine the standard BMR and PAL ranges for athletes. The subjects were 14 bodybuilders (mean±SD age: 36.8±9.1y.; height: 171.6±6.2cm; weight: 77.1±7.6kg; FFM: 67.6±6.8kg) who each trained for an average of 7.5h per week. BMR was measured by using a Douglas bag, the oxygen and carbon dioxide concentrations were analyzed by mass spectrometry, and FFM was measured by dual X-ray energy absorptiometry. PAL was measured by the doubly labeled water method for 7 subjects selected from the 14 bodybuilders. BMR/FFM was 25.4±2.1kcal/kg of FFM/day. Total energy expenditure (TEE) was 3, 432±634kcal, and PAL calculated as TEE divided by BMR was 2.00±0.21. The FFM value needs to be considered when evaluating a standard BMR range, and both training and daily physical activity levels should be considered when evaluating a standard PAL range.
  • 中高年男女を対象とした肥満関連遺伝子、身体組成、有酸素性能力とメタボリックシンドロームとの関係, 真田 樹義, 宮地 元彦, 山元 健太, 村上 晴香, 家光 素行, 谷本 道哉, 河野 寛, 丸藤 祐子, 鈴木 克彦, 田畑 泉, 樋口 満, 体力科学, 56, 6, 632, 632,   2007 12
  • 心肺体力の高い女性では加齢による動脈硬化と左心室肥大が抑制される, 丸藤 祐子, 宮地 元彦, 河野 寛, 真田 樹義, 山元 健太, 谷本 道哉, 呉 泰雄, 宮谷 昌枝, 薄井 澄誉子, 高橋 恵理, 田畑 泉, 樋口 満, 体力科学, 56, 6, 638, 638,   2007 12
  • 筋力トレーニング者における局所的寒冷刺激に対する頸動脈径の反応性, 河野 寛, 谷本 道哉, 山元 健太, 真田 樹義, 呉 泰雄, 丸藤 祐子, 田畑 泉, 樋口 満, 宮地 元彦, 体力科学, 56, 6, 641, 641,   2007 12
  • 体の柔軟性は動脈硬化と関連する, 山元 健太, 河野 寛, 真田 樹義, 丸藤 祐子, 谷本 道哉, 呉 泰雄, 樋口 満, 田畑 泉, 宮地 元彦, 体力科学, 56, 6, 644, 644,   2007 12
  • 筋発揮張力維持法(LST)を用いた筋力トレーニングが四肢血流量に与える影響, 谷本 道哉, 真田 樹義, 山元 健太, 河野 寛, 丸藤 裕子, 田畑 泉, 宮地 元彦, 体力科学, 56, 6, 645, 645,   2007 12
  • タンパク質サプリメントの摂取と代謝, 谷本 道哉, 宮地 元彦, 日本医事新報, 4338, 95, 96,   2007 06
  • 筋発揮張力維持法的なレジスタンストレーニング実践者の動脈・血管系機能に関する横断的研究, 谷本 道哉, 宮地 元彦, 真田 樹義, 河野 寛, 体力科学, 55, 6, 653, 653,   2006 12