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Small Boat Management Methodology
Frolík, Ondřej ; Vondrášek, David (advisor) ; Chrzanowská, Babeta (referee)
Title: Small Boat Management Methodology Objectives: The aim of the work is to develop methodical materials for teaching in scope of small boat management, safe behavior on watercourses and areas as defined by the State Navigation Authority of the Czech Republic. Methods: Informal interviews, data collection, photo collection directly in the field, literary research. Results: Creation of methodical material. Determining the current status for obtain accreditation conditions for the award of professional qualifications. Current state of education and safety on watercourses. Keywords: Methodology, accreditation, small boat leader, teaching, safety on water.
Age profile of swimmers at European and world competitions in 2012-2016
Jirát, Miroslav ; Pokorná, Jitka (advisor) ; Chrzanowská, Babeta (referee)
Title: Age profile of swimmers at top competitions in 2012-2016 Target: The goal of the bachelor thesis is to find out the age profile of swimmers at the top world competitions in 2012-2016 in individual disciplines swimming in breaststroke, backstroke, butterfly stroke and positioning in the category of men and women at the level of finishes and finals. Methods: The data was obtained from electronic official sources. The method of data collection was the study of documents (start-up protocols). The data obtained was then recorded, sorted and evaluated by a computer program using descriptive statistics. In the result section, summarized results were presented using tables and graphs. Results: Swimmers had an average age of 22 years, with an average age of 21 years in case of women. In the final races of men, the age of the top performance was 24 years, in women the peak age was at 22 years. There was no significant difference in the average age of swimmers between disciplines. The demonstrable differences in the age of the individual disciplines were reflected in the finals. The highest average age was shown by the finalists in the discipline of 50 m butterfly stroke, 50 m finalist finalists, the lowest average age on the other hand, the 200 m finalists and the finalists in the 100 m discipline....
Age of swimmers on european and world competitions between 2012 and 2016
Bukovanová, Jana ; Pokorná, Jitka (advisor) ; Chrzanowská, Babeta (referee)
Title: Age of swimmers on european and world competitions between 2012 and 2016. Goals: The goal of the thesis is to find out what is the age of swimmers on world competitions between 2012 and 2016 in freestyle categories for men and women. Methods: The main method used for the thesis was collecting data from official results list from each race. These were obtained on webs FINA and LEN. These data were compared in MS Excel. Results: The results give us information abou average age of swimmers in freestyle swimming disciplines in top competitions between years 2012 - 2016. Key words: Sport performance, age, sport career, parts and phases of sport training
Influence of POWERBREATHE on changes in respiratory parameters by swimmers
Janeček, Pavel ; Kovářová, Lenka (advisor) ; Chrzanowská, Babeta (referee)
Title: Influence of POWERBREATHE on changes in respiratory parameters by swimmers Objectives: The goal of bachelor thesis is what influence has Powerbreathe on changes in respiratory in swimmers. It will be also determined if a group of better- performing swimmers will achieve statistically better results from Powerbreathe. Last goal will be find out if training with Powerbreathe by instructions influence statistically improvement measure results. Method: Data were collected before start of research and after from Powerbreathe. Results are processed to charts and evaluate into software SPSS in statistics method pair T-test and non-paired T-test for two files. Results: In the analysis, we concluded that there are no statistically significant differences between the TOP swimmers and the REPRE swimmers when we were comparing the results of the values measured on the Powerbreathe. Furthermore, we did not find statistically significant differences when we were comparing the results of the values measured before and after the test. The results did not change even if we split the group into a group of performance better TOP swimmers and performance worse REPRE swimmers. Key words: Powerbreathe, breathing, swimming, performance
The use of regeneration of the cold water in the swimming training
Uhrová, Denisa ; Chrzanowská, Babeta (advisor) ; Jurák, Daniel (referee)
Title: Use of the cold water regeneration in swimming training. Objectives: The aim of the thesis is to find out whether the cold water regeneration is used in training process by swimming clubs of the Czech Republic. Methods: The research was implemented through the questionnaire method. The data collection was carried out within the Czech Republic's swimming clubs registered under the Czech Association of Swimming Sports. The mathematical - statistical method was used to process acquired data. Visual and tabular representations were used to facilitate their visual analysis and overall assessment. Results: The results of the questionnaire method indicated how the cold water regeneration is used by swimming clubs of the Czech Republic. It has been found that swimming coaches in the Czech Republic use cold water regeneration to a minimum. It has been confirmed that the reason is low awareness of the regeneration method. Another reason was the inadequacy of the demonstrable effects of a given regeneration method for swimming. The noticeable value of the results was reduced by low returns of the questionnaires. Keywords: Swimming training, recovery, cold water, regeneration.
Testing physical assumptions of swimmers and modern pentathlonists
Omcirk, Dan ; Chrzanowská, Babeta (advisor) ; Čechovská, Irena (referee)
Title of diploma thesis: Testing physical assumptions of swimmers and modern pentathlonists Author: Bc. Dan Omcirk Supervisor of diploma thesis: PhDr. Babeta Chrzanowská Consultant of diploma thesis: PhDr. Pavel Hrásky, Ph.D. Objective: Target is to test the swimmers and modern pentagons in the age from 9 - 13 years. Furthermore to evaluate and tabulate the results. Compare the selected results in- between the groups and assess whether the training is affecting the level of certain motor assumptions, physical abilities and selected body parameters. Methodology: The research method of this work is comparison. The research group was composed by children from the SK Motorlet Praha (n = 13, mean age 11.5 ± 1.1 years) and children from the modern pentagon Dukla Praha (n = 10, mean age 10.5 ± 0.8 years). Tested objects were participated in motor-fitness tests - Cooper's test (running and swimming test 12 minutes), joint mobility test (shoulder, lumbar spine and hip segment), lower limb dynamics test, absolute upper limb strength, postural stability and body composition test. The measured results were evaluated and compared. The final results should be used as an recommendations for practice use. Results: The results of the group comparisons are presented in the practical part of this work, including the...
Motor testing of children in basic stage of swimming training
Trč, Stanislav ; Chrzanowská, Babeta (advisor) ; Jurák, Daniel (referee)
Title: Motor testing of children in elementary stage of swimming training Target: The main goal of the thesis is to determine level of motor skills of swimmers in elementary stage of training by means of UNIFITTEST (6-60) test battery. Findings will be compared with selected results of other groups of sporting and unsporting children age 10 - 12. Methods: Two basic methods were selected to obtain required data. A controlled interview with swimming coach was used in order to select the research group. Consequently selected swimmers were tested for motor condition according to UNIFITTEST (6 - 60) test battery (Měkota, Kovář et al. 2002). Data acquired from the selected tests were processed and graphically expressed using mathematic - statistical method. Comparative method was used to compare results of group unsporting children with selected group of children from modern pentathlon. Results: By evaluating all results from four basic tests UNIFITTEST (6 - 60) 61 % of the swimmers have acquired above average evaluation of motor performance. Comparison of swimming group and unsporting children proved better results of swimmers in 12 minute run and shudder. In other tests results of boys from swimming and unsporting children were comparable. Among girls the swimming group was significantly better. Modern...
Control of somatic indicators and movement abilities in basic stage training
Michalcová, Naďa ; Chrzanowská, Babeta (advisor) ; Pokorná, Jitka (referee)
Name: Control of somatic indicators and movement abilities in basic stage training Aim: The aim of this bachelors thesis is to monitor the somatic parameters and movement assumptions of the modern pentathlonist aged between 8 to 11 years. Methods: A descriptive method for selected laboratory tests was used in this thesis. The results were arranged and processed. The comparison method was used for measured results of the somatic parameters and movement assumptions. Outcome: Measured values were compared and processed. The results showed that in case of selected tests, there are no age and development differences. Tests, by which the movement abilities were concluded are not dependent on the age and the development of the child. The performance is connected with movements assumptions which are partially inherited. The tests serve as a chech up on the childs natural development for further processing. Key words testing, kids and youth, movement abilities, primary stage of training
Changes in fitness levels and fitness parameters for water polo players during ATC 2012/2013
Krejčová, Eva ; Suchý, Jiří (advisor) ; Chrzanowská, Babeta (referee)
Title: Changes in fitness levels and fitness parameters for water polo players during ATC 2012/2013 Objectives: The aim of the work determine the current performance through changes in competition and the transition period for players (n = 12, mean age 22.22 years + - 5, 6 years) water polo. Methods: To obtain a personal history of the probands was chosen method of qualitative structured interview with closed questions. From the basic anthropometrics values measured body height, weight and circuit parameters. Non-standard specific test for swimming biokinetic was at water polo players performed twice. The first test in the racing season (24th 3. 2013, 26th 3. 2013, 2nd 4. 2013), the second under the same conditions (10th 9. 2013), in a transitional period of annual training cycle (ATC) 2012/ 2013. The content of the selected non-standard specific test was compared test1 and test 2, which ran without the possibility of resting players were only interrupted by 40 seconds when tested probands carried leaps with throw up arms slightly bent at the elbows. This test was measured actual performance changes in ATC 2012/2013. Furthermore, fatigue was observed between test 1 and test 2 in the race and the transition period. During the trial, the parties all observed repeatedly drawn lactate. Results: All...
Effects of Swimming Programme on Musculoskeletal System of an Elderly Man: A Case Report
Husáková, Monika ; Kramperová, Veronika (advisor) ; Chrzanowská, Babeta (referee)
Title: The influence of a swimming program on functional status of the senior's musculoskeletal system: A Case Report Objectives: The goal of this study is to investigate the current knowledge about the influence of swimming on an senior's body. These findings are further validated by empirical studies on particular individual. It consists of individual swimming program design and series of measurements before the intervention and at the end (in the period of about five months). The results are statistically analyzed. Methods: The work proceeds by literature analysis. Further it proposes a methodology of examining the individual's anamnesis and it uses diagnostic tools to analyze body composition, muscle strength, joint flexibility and range of vital capacity. It makes kinesiology analysis and spirometry. For statistical analysis we used an arithmetic mean and percentage difference of values, which is distinguished mainly by their proportional rise and fall. Results: The results show an improvement in many areas. Hand grip strength tends to align the force of dominant and non-dominant arm. 30 Second Chair Stand Test results are improved. It also recorded an increase in the mobility of the hip joint and a significant improvement in spirometric values, especially peak expiratory flow. Keywords:...

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