Updated on 2021/05/27

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Hikari Naito
 

Degree

  • Master (Sport Sciences)   Coursework ( 2012.3   University of Tsukuba )

  • Doctor (Coaching Sciences)   Coursework ( 2015.3   University of Tsukuba )

Research Interests

  • Track & Field Coaching

  • Coaching

  • Training Sciences

  • Sports Sciences

Research Areas

  • Life Science / Sports sciences

Education

  • Aichi University of Education   Graduated

    - 2010.3

  • University of Tsukuba   Comprehensice Human Sciences   Master's Program in Health and Sport Sciences   Doctor's Course   Completed

    - 2012.3

  • University of Tsukuba   Comprehensice Human Sciences   Doctoral Progarm in Coaching Sciences   Doctor's Course   Completed

    - 2015.3

Research History

  • Tokyo University of Technology

  • University of Tsukuba, Sports and Physical Education Center

  • Fukui University of Technology   Lecturer

    2016.4 - 2018.3

  • Fukui University of Technology   Associate Professor

    2018.4

 

Papers

  • Sprint step-type specific characteristics of anthropometric and kinematic variables in sprinting accleration. Reviewed

    Hikari Naito, Yasushi Kariyama, Kohei Yamamoto, Satoru Tanigawa

    Proceedings of the 33rd Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports   338 - 341   2015.7

  • Traditional and ankle-specific vertical jumps as strength-power indicators for maximal sprint. Reviewed

    Ryu Nagahara, Hikari Naito, Kenji Miyashiro, J-B Morin, Koji Zushi

    Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness   54   691 - 699   2014.12

  • Association of acceleration with spatiotemporal variables in maximal sprinting. Reviewed

    Ryu Nagahara, Hikari Naito, J-B Morin, Koji Zushi

    International Journal of Sports Medicine   35   755 - 761   2014.2

  • Type-specific step characteristics of sprinters during acceleration phase of 100-m race. Reviewed

    Hikari Naito, Yasushi Kariyama, Kenji Miyashiro, Kohei Yamamoto, Satoru Tanigawa

    Proceedings of the 31st Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports   2013.7

Presentations

  • Sprint step-type specific characteristics of anthropometric and kinematic variables in sprinting acceleration International conference

    Hikari Naito, Yasushi Kariyama, Kohei Yamamoto, Satoru Tanigawa

    The 33rd Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports 

  • Effect of age on peak jump performance in volleyball players International conference

    Satoru Tanigawa, Kenichi Okano, Hikari Naito, Nakaba Akiyama, David H. Fukuda, Jeffrey R. Stout, Jay R. Hoffman

    The 62nd American College of Sports Medicine 

  • Long-term training induced changes in jump and sprint performance in college bascketball players International conference

    Satoru Tanigawa, Shinnosuke Hattori, Hikari Naito, Seita Kuki, Kenichi Okano, Kenichi Yoshida

    The 9th Coaching and Sport Science College 

  • Type-specific step characteristics of sprinters during acceleration phase of 100-m race International conference

    Hikari Naito, Yasushi Kariyama, Kenji Miyashiro, Kohei Yamamoto, Satoru Tanigawa

    The 31st Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports 

 

Teaching Experience

  • Track & Field

    Institution:Fukui University of Technology

  • Fitness training

    Institution:Fukui University of Technology

  • Theory of conditioning

    Institution:Fukui University of Technology