MATSUO Tomoyuki

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Name
MATSUO Tomoyuki
Affiliation
Osaka University
Section
Graduate School of Medicine Division of Medicine
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Ph.D(Osaka University)
Research funding number
00209503

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1988
 - 
1997
Osaka University, Research Assistant
 
Jul 1994
 - 
Apr 1995
American Sports Medicine Institute as a visiting schlar
 
1997
   
 
- Osaka University, Assistant Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1988
Graduate School, Division of Physical Education, University of Tsukuba
 
 
 - 
1986
School of Health and Physical Education, University of Tsukuba
 

Misc

 
Practice changes the usage of movement components in executing a multijoint task
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport   75-2, 138-147/,    2004
Optimal shoulder abduction angles during baseball pitching from maximal wrist velocity and minimal kinetics viewpoints
Journal of Applied Biomechanics   18, 306-320/,    2002
Comparison of kinematic and temporal parameters between different pitch velocity groups
Journal of Applied Biomechanics   17(1) 1-13   2001
Biomechanical characteristics of sidearm and underhand baseball pitching : Comparison with those of overhand and three-quarter-head pitching
Japanese Journal of Biomechanics in Sports & Exercise   4(4) 243-252   2000
Influence of different shoulder abduction angles during baseball pitching on throwing performance and joint Kinetics
Scientific Proceedings on the XVII International Syposium on Biomechanics in Sports   389-392    1999

Books etc

 
Influence of lateral trunk tilt on throwing arm kinetics during baseball pitching
International research in sports biomechanics   2002   

Works

 
Effects of inertia property of baseball bat on the swing speed
1998
Research on the distance of batted-ball
1993

Research Grants & Projects

 
Control of timing
Biomechanics of Pitching
Development of advanced self-modeling
Learning of motor skills
Project Year: 2002   
Learning of motor skills