Makoto Takasugi1, Akito Moriyasu2, Hiroshi Bando3,4*, Hiroya Hanabusa2 and Mitsuru Murakami5
1Home-visit Nursing Station Miki, Kagawa, Japan
2Akiboshi Bright Star Training Rehabilitation Center, Kagawa, Japan
3Japan Masters Athletics, Tokushima Division, Board, Tokushima, Japan
4Tokushima University/Medical Research, Tokushima, Japan
5Japan Masters Athletics, Kagawa Division, Vice-president, Kagawa, Japan
*Corresponding Author: Hiroshi Bando, Japan Masters Athletics, Tokushima Division and Tokushima University/Medical Research, Tokushima, Japan.
Received: January 13, 2021; Published: January 28, 2021
Authors and collaborators have continued clinical practice and research on rehabilitation and self-training, in which various problems were found.
Protocol: The author himself tried home self-training exercise of push-up for 2 months, which was successfully achieved.
Results: Positive changes were 94 to 96.5cm in chest circumference, and 45 to 100 times in continuous push-up, respectively.
Discussion: From the viewpoint of sport psychology, close relationship among motivation, self-efficacy and performance has been observed. Self-efficacy can influence one’s beliefs concerning accomplishing and continuing the task, activities and effort. This report will hopefully become the reference for future practice and research development.
Keywords: Self-training; Push-up; Motivation; Self-efficacy; Rehabilitation
Citation: Hiroshi Bando., et al. “Perspective of Making Self-training Habit from Psychological Consideration and Practice".Acta Scientific Orthopaedics 4.2 (2021): 58-63.
Copyright: © 2021 Hiroshi Bando., et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.