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  • 仙台大学
仙台大学

Sendai University is based in Shibata Town, in the southern part of Miyagi Prefecture. It is the only physical education university in northern Japan. It is equipped with all sorts of athletic facilities, training equipment and fully backed up with the use of support facilities such as image analysis software.

Facilities

筋力測定室(BIODEX)

Multi-Joint Testing & Rehabilitation System

Biodex system equipment can measure and analyze muscles in various parts of the body, and is a multi-use piece of exercise apparatus for evaluating muscle function. It is used in evaluating the muscles of athletes and for rehabilitation and conditioning purposes.
人工環境計測制御室(人工気象室)

Climate (Temperature, Humidity) Control Room

It is possible to configure the indoor temperature and humidity, and measure all sorts of effects upon the human body. This enables the collection of data covering temperatures between -20 and +45 degrees Celsius and humidity levels of 30% to 85%, similar to both midsummer and midwinter.
体組成計

Athletic Training Room

The room includes a taping area, reconditioning area, hot and cold pool area and athletic training area, providing full support to the condition of all athletes.
トレーニングルーム

Training Room

Sendai University Training Center houses 10 Power Lift combo racks allowing athletes to train with Olympic-style weightlifting and conventional strength exercises at the same station. The facility also has a variety of weight machines which enables rehabilitating athletes to work nearly all the muscles in their body with open-kinetic chain exercises.
トレッドミル

Treadmill

The treadmill can measure mainly the respiratory circulation of non-athletes and athletes, as well as energy metabolism, maximum oxygen uptake and other physical stamina indicators. There are three treadmills available for use.
データ・アナライジング・ルーム

Data Analyzing Room

There is a meeting room with three large-screen multimedia devices, as well as image analysis software such as Dartfish, which enable athletes to analyze their practice form.