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J-GLOBAL ID:200901009205538734   Update date: May. 27, 2020

Matuoka Toshio

Matuoka Toshio
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Papers (4):
  • INFLUENCES OF SHORT-TERM NORMOBARIC HYPOXIC TRAINING ONMETABOLIC SYNDROME-RELATED MARKERS IN OVERWEIGHT AND NORMAL WEIGHT MEN Normobaric Hypoxic Training on Metabolic Syndrome. J Mens Health. 2018. 13. 2. 1-9
  • Quantitative Sonographic Assessment of the Quadriceps Femoris Muscle in Healthy Japanese Adults. American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine | J UltrasoundMed. 2016
  • Whole-body Vibration Training Improved the Muscle Thickness and the WalkingAbility of a Child with Cerebral :A Case Study. 2015. 30. 5. 797-800
  • Effect of the superiority or inferiority of balancing ability in the elderly on stepping over an obstacle. Gazzette Medica Italiana、MINERVA MEDICA. 2015
MISC (13):
  • Fall-Related Physical Fitness of Elderly in Seoul, Korea and Gifu, Japan. Tohoku J.Exp.Med. 2016. 238. 247-253
  • Tsuneo Watanabe, Tamotsu Yabumoto, Sohee Shin, Bateer Shi, Kasuga Kosyou, Toshio Matsuoka. The correlation of clinical tests with ultrasonographic findings of the coracoacromial ligament in swimmers with and without shoulder pain. 2015. 174. 85-91
  • Tamotsu Yabumoto, Sohee Shin, Tsuneo Watanabe, Yusuke Watanabe, Toru Naka, Kazuo Oguri, Toshio Matsuoka. Whole-body vibration training improves the walking ability of a moderately impaired child with cerebral palsy:a case study. J.Physiological Therapy Science. 2015. 27. 30. 3023-3025
  • Sohee Shin, Shinichi Demura, Tsuneo Watanabe, Tamotsu Yabumoto, Bateer Shi, Toshio Matsuoka. Effects of aerobic exercise on physiological exercise intensity and preception of exercise intensity in young men. Gazz Med Ital. 2015. 174. 1. 43-47
  • Sohee Shin, Shinichi Demura, Tsuneo Watanabe, Tamotsu Yabumoto, Jae-Hyun Lee, Naoki Sakakibara, Toshio Matsuoka. Age-related and obstacle height-related differences in movements while stepping over obstacles. Journal of Physiological Anthropology. 2015. 34. 15
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Works (1):
  • Visceral fat accumulation and metabolic syndrome in children: the impact of Trp64Arg polymorphism of the beta-3-adrenergic receptor gene
    Kazuo Oguri, Toshiki Tachi, Toshio Matsuoka 2013 -
Work history (1):
  • 2016/04/01 - 2017/03/31 Chubu Gakuin University
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