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Sport preparation of the rider in the mountain bike downhill
Kolář, Dan ; Bunc, Václav (advisor) ; Brtník, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Preparation of downhill mountain biker Objectives: The aim of this work is to extend the knowledge about downhill mountain biking for wider population. At the same time analyse and finding literature of today, approach downhill from the point of training and consecutive modernisation. Methods: This work was made by method of literature research. There were searched two electronic databases: PubMed and Sportdiscus. The same keywords used to searched in all the databases Results: Based on the very small portion of study of scientific literature, it was found that there is not a concrete method of training for downhill mountain bikers. Most of the drivers are inspired by generally known trainings in other cyclists disciplines. Based on scientific studies, the most important skills in downhill mountain biking are specific bike handling and technic precondition. Conclusion: Aim of this work was to introduce topic of downhill mountain biking for wider population. Introduce history and development of downhill mountain biking, briefly present rules of races, characterise downhill from the point of physiology and present training in downhill mountain biking. In the outcome was found that based on scientific literature, the main determinant of performance is technic precondition but is not the only...
Analysis of sports training of OCR competitors (Obstacle Course Racing).
Faltys, Lukáš ; Heller, Jan (advisor) ; Brtník, Tomáš (referee)
Title: The analysis of competitors' physical preparation OCR (Obstacle Course Racing). Objectives: The aim of this thesis was to provide the analysis of physical preparation used by the competitors of the obstacle course races. The analysis was completed for all major competitor ability-based classes and then compared among the categories. Methods: For data collection quantitative research was used, provided by the survey method. Its form was an online questionnaire. Results: The research has shown that the competitors of the enthusiast class - recreational athletes mostly value the experience and the adrenalin the obstacle course races bring them, overcoming own maximum, looking for new challenges etc. Those are the type of athletes who do not have high performance expectations, they are not oriented to perform at their highest of abilities. Although, they are still capable of winning. They win over themselves, happy when they manage to overcome own fears. They consider as winning not only expanding own physical and mental capacities, but also just the actual finishing of the race. Performance athletes, compared to the recreational ones, are able to plan their training sessions much more effectively and with better training goals. The performance oriented athletes are much more performance...
Effect of lower limb length-bike rime size relationship on psychophysilogocal response of the organism
Sukovič, Richard ; Brtník, Tomáš (advisor) ; Šafránek, Jiří (referee)
VLIV VZTAHU DÉLKY DOLNÍ KONČETINY A VELIKOSTI RÁFKU NA PSYCHOFZIOLOGICKOU ODEZVU ORGANISMU Cíle: Cílem této práce je posoudit vliv délky dolní končetiny (DK) na psychofyziologickou odezvu organismu při jízdě na horském kole s odlišnými velikostmi ráfků. Metody: Soubor probandů tvořilo 20 mužů ve věku 26,4 ± 4,2 let. Jednalo se o experiment. Psychofyziologická odezva byla stanovena na základě výkonu (zajetého času), tepové frekvence a subjektivním hodnocení jízdních vlastností horského kola a vlastního vynaloženého úsilí hodnoceného na Borgově škále. Ke kontrolní analýze při testování byl použit přístroj MetaMax 3B. Testovány byly tři velikosti ráfků o stejné šíři plášťů. Jízdy byly realizovány na 800 m dlouhém okruhu. Testované osoby absolvovali každou jízdu s individuálně zvoleným fixním převodem v poloze v sedle s maximálním možným úsilím. Výsledky: Při jízdě na různě velkých ráfcích jsme u skupiny č. 2 (85 -90 cm DK) shledali velký rozdíl (P = 0,016) v dosažených časech při jízdě na různě velkých ráfcích. U skupiny č. 1 jsme shledali významné rozdíly v průměrné tepové frekvenci (P = 0,010), který činil 3 tepy a u subjektivního hodnocení vlastního vynaloženého úsilí pomocí Borgovy škály jsme se pohybovali na hranici významnosti (P = 0,060). Skupina č. 3 (97 - 101 cm DK) se pohybovala na hranici...
Winter preparation of an amateur road cyclist
Hanzalová, Kristýna ; Bunc, Václav (advisor) ; Brtník, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Winter preparation of an amateur road cyclist Objectives: The main aim of the bachelor thesis is to establish a three-month training plan for an amateur road cyclist during the winter preparation period in local conditions. Methods: The bachelor thesis uses experimental and comparative methods. The experiment took the form of a three-month training plan, from December to February, in which we included exercises ranging from general to specific. The comparative part of the bachelor thesis consists of the comparison of input and output of the measured values (body composition, performance test on a running machine and spirometry), analysing whether any progress was made as a result of the training plan, and which skills were particularly affected by it. Results: We can only objectively evaluate the changes in the body composition of the studied subject, as he injured himself towards the end of experiment and we were therefore unable to conduct the performance test on a running machine and spirometry. The Bio-electrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) enabled us to notice a decrease in the fat mass from 8.4% to 7% and an increase in the muscle mass in the area of the upper body from 34.5 kg to 35 kg. Because of the complexity of the workout, the muscle mass in the lower body was reduced in order to...
History of parcour, main thoughts and perception of companies
Tomka, Bartoloměj ; Jindra, Matouš (advisor) ; Brtník, Tomáš (referee)
5 Abstract (English) Title: History of parkour, main ideas and its perception by society Aims: To introduce the history and the present of parkour, the main ideas and concepts of parkour and to find out what is the public and traceurs' approach to parkour. Methods: Literature search, qualitative research - questionnaire survey Results: A detailed analysis of the public and traceurs' view of parkour. Keywords: Parkour, Le Parkour, traceur, history of parkour, David Belle, Georges Hébert, Sebastien Foucan, freerunning
Incidents and injuries during parkour classes in parkour gyms
Zonyga, Tomáš ; Brtník, Tomáš (advisor) ; Jindra, Matouš (referee)
Title: Incidents and injuries during parkour classes in parkour gyms. Goals: The aim of this work is to find out and compare the rate of injuries in guided parkour lessons in In Motion Academy s.r.o. and other sports. Methods: Quantitative analysis of data from the book of injuries issued by individual branches of the company In Motion Academy s.r.o. from the school years 2016/17 to 2018/19 and their subsequent statistical processing. Use of the NACA scoring system to assess the severity of injuries. The research group consists of visitors of lessons of different sex, age groups from 6-45 years and with different levels of skills and fitness. Results: During the periods 2016/19 and 2017/19 in In Motion Academy s.r.o. a total of 103,985 hours of parkour training were taught. Total of 179 injuries were recorded, and the injury rate per 1,000 hours of activity was 1,721. The most critical age category in IMA is adolescents and adults with an injury rate of 2,022, which is also the lesson with the highest severity score of 1,74. On the other hand, the junior lessons proved to be the least risky 1,777 and the lessons with less severity of injuries is Benjamin 1,43. The part of the body where the injuries occurred most often is ankle 24% of all recorded injuries. Head injuries occurred in 20.1% and hand...
Night games summary for adolescents
Soukupová, Kateřina ; Psohlavec, Lukáš (advisor) ; Brtník, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Night games summary for adolescents Objectives: Creation of a summary of nocturnal games for adolescent age category, which can be played outside and inside, with different focus objects and defining of the criteria for making of this type of games. Methods: This is a theoretical work, written in the form of literary research. The base for creation of the summary of nocturnal games was an analysis of a professional literature. Results: Creation of the summary of nocturnal games, which focused of cooperation and competition. The write up of the criteria for their making and practically explaining them on an example. Conclusion: The contribution of this paper is the summary of nocturnal games, which can be used by all, who have interest in this topic and defining of the criteria for their successful making and realization of this type of games. Keywords: game, significance of games, contribution of games, darkness, stress, competition, cooperation
Freestyle BMX in the Czech Republic
Jalůvková, Kateřina ; Jindra, Matouš (advisor) ; Brtník, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Freestyle BMX in the Czech Republic Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to create a comprehensive work mapping the current situation of Czech freestyle BMX scene and covering selected sections. Methods: In the descriptive-analytical part of the thesis generally theoretical scientific methods are used. Practical part of the thesis was added to supplement information sources. It consists of survey, which belongs to quantitative research and three semi-structured interviews, whose character was qualitative. Results: The result of this thesis is a complete overview of the current Czech freestyle BMX scene. It was managed to include organization, bike parks, events, education, market, successful riders and even the women category is not missing. Three interviews and a survey contributed to a comprehensive view of the situation. The result of the survey is that there are only a few women in this sport, but they have a strong support in the community. Keywords: bike, cycling, extreme sports, Olympic games, skatepark, education, category women, competition
Motivation for playing games and motives behind different types of games
Foltman, Petr ; Psohlavec, Lukáš (advisor) ; Brtník, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Motivation for playing games and motives behind different types of games Objectives: The aim of this work is to give an overview of the principles of motivation, explain motivation for playing games, compare and create a summary of information and theories about motivation for playing games. Then the aim is to create an overview of motives in different types of games. Methods: This is a theoretical work with use of a method of analysis and synthesis. After an analysis and comparison of the literature review it is synthesized into shorter integrated form. Then we use deduction to link underlying motives to different game types. Results: We found that motivation is a very complex process that is difficult to study. The professional public is not in unison in questions of games definition, classification, purpose and motivation for it, except that children's play serves learning. The inquiry of motivation could be accelerated by the fairly new field of affective neuroscience. Keywords: needs, play, game classification, game categorization, game purpose.

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