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Effect of the eight-week intervention training program with the CrossFit system on physical fitness
Crkalová, Monika ; Bunc, Václav (advisor) ; Jebavý, Radim (referee)
Title: Effect of the eight-week intervention training program with the CrossFit system on physical fitness Objective: The aim of the thesis is to examine the influence of an individual intervention CrossFit training program on the development of strength and endurance in a semi-professional, systematically training 21 years old athlete. Methods: The thesis has the characteristics of case study. We firstly carried out a research and followed with an intervention. The theoretical part consists of the research, i.e., the information about fitness and physical condition, CrossFit, strength and endurance training, diagnostics, the effects of the training, periodization of the training and regeneration. The practical part consists of the casuistic of the proband, who went through an 8-week training program. In order to determine the importance of the tests, we had to establish their error rate. To do so, we added up the error rate of the method, that is 1%, and the biological error rate, that is 2%. Thus, the final error rate is 3% of the initial value. We can consider the improvement in the test significant if it is greater than 3%. To evaluate, we applied the methods of analysis and comparison of the first week's results with the final week's results. Results: We observed an improvement in both...
The comparison of standing and crouch start
Talácko, Zdeněk ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Feher, Jan (referee)
Title: The comparison of standing and crouch start Objectives: Analysis of time differences in base running from the position of standing and crouch start. Another goal was to compare these starts in group of male sprinters and then to compare these starts with female softball players. Methods: Mainly document analysis was used in my diploma thesis. The author used both Czech and foreign sources. The foreign sources were mainly scientific researches, professional studies and articles from scientific journals. The issue was closely linked to running bases in softball, athletic starts and strenght training focused on thy dynamic component. Standing and crouch starts were then examined in detail. Results: It was found that the standing start compared to the crouch start enhances the results of female softball players by 0,06 s at the distance of 20 meters. The difference in the group of male athletes was only 0,01 s. Major differences were observed in female softball players already within the first 5 meters where the first time difference appeared. This difference was gradually rising until the end of the 20 m distance. Keywords: base running, running in softball, athletic start, three-point stance start, standing start, crouch start
The influence of fitness athletic training on the performance in throwing at a given target and throwing for distance
Libra, Miloš ; Přívětivý, Lubomír (advisor) ; Jebavý, Radim (referee)
Title The influence of fitness athletic training on the performance in throwing at a given target and throwing for distance. The aim of study The aim of this work is to provide and to review the influence of fitness athletic training on the performance in throwing at a given target and distance. 23 members of 312. CBRN battalion were chosen to take part on two competitions in throwing at the given target and throwing for distance. They competed in one discipline of military pentathlon. Methods In thesis were used a method of analysis and a method of comparison. The method of analysis was used in each event and the method of comparison in comparing results of the competitions. The method of synthesis is used in the conclusion. Result We found out that athletic training has a positive influence on performance in throwing at a given target and throwing for distance. Keywords discipline, pentathlon, sport technique, training, performance, training cycle
Analysis of the load of the reffres in the extraleague and II. league
Velčovský, Jiří ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: Analysis of the load of ice hockey referees in the extraliga and the II. liga Objectives: The main goal of my diploma thesis is to analyze the load of referees in Tipsport Extraliga ledního hokeje and II. liga ledního hokeje. Methods: For my research I chose the method of monitoring the heart rate of referees using POLAR cardiotachometers, as another method I used monitoring the intensity of the refferee' load and last was the invasive method of measuring lactate using SCOUT Sirius lactate meter and then Lactate Scout Start Set SensLab. The investigation was carried out on a total of 12 judges II. liga (4 main referees and 8 line referees) and on 19 Tipsport Extraliga ledního hokeje referees (10 main referees and 9 line referees). In total, 31 referees aged 30.1 ± 6.2 years. Heart rate was measured in all referees. The intensity of the load was measured for 19 referees, specifically 8 referees from II. liga ledního hokeje (4 main referees and 4 line referees) and 11 referees from the Tipsport Extraliga ledního hokeje (7 main and 4 line). Lactate was taken from 21 referees, of which 12 TELH referees (6 main referees and 6 line referees) and 9 referees of the II. Ice Hockey League (3 main referees and 6 line referees). Results: The analysis of the results showed that the intensity of the load...
Different approches and their impact on musculosceletal system of tennis players
Halvová, Kristýna ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Kočíb, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Different approches and their impact on musculosceletal system of tennis players. Objectives: The central aim of master thesis was the comparison of flexibility and agility of Norwegian tennis players and tennnis players from Czech Republic at the competitive level. The comparsion was respecting and taking into consideration apllied compensatory program which was a building part of the study. The another aim was to aquire information regarding training preparation of tennis players from Norway and their comparison to training preparation of Czech players. Methods: Thesis is an quasi-experimental study. In the beginning and the end of this study all players underwent the opening and final measurments of flexibilty and agility. Final measurements were done after five days of intervetion with emphasis on unilateral load compensation. Intervetion contained predominantly flexibility and agility exercises. The specialized questionarre was filled by trainers of Oslo Tennis Club, chosen trainers from all around the Czech Republic and ten professional tennis players from Czech national team. Obtained data were analysed using statistic methods. Results: The firts hypothesis assuming statistically more significant data from opening flexibility measurments of Norwegian players compared to Czech players...
Analysis of conditional training for hockey referees.
Duben, Marek ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: Analysis of conditional training for hockey referees Objectives: Analysis of conditional training for hockey referees and create a proposal of annual training plan for conditional training (off ice) for ice hockey referees in the Czech highest competitions. Methods: The bachelor's thesis uses a scientific quantitative method of questioning. The method of analysis was used to evaluate the anonymous questionnaire. Results: Based on the data obtained by analyzing the anonymous questionnaire and after searching the literature and consulting with experts, a training plan for ice hockey referees was created. Keywords: Ice hockey, referee, condition, training plan, Czech extraleague
Effect of the eight-week intervention training program with the CrossFit system on physical fitness
Crkalová, Monika ; Bunc, Václav (advisor) ; Jebavý, Radim (referee)
Title: Effect of the eight-week intervention training program with the CrossFit system on physical fitness Objective: The main aim of the thesis is to introducean individual intervention training program, examine it and evaluate its effect after 8-week practice. The goal of the intervention is to develop the athlete's strength abilities, anaerobic endurance and body stability. Another goal is to organize the training plan and the training session in a way that allows the athlete to achieve the established goal of the intervention. Methods: To gather all the measurable information during the training, the thesis makes use of the continuous quantitative diagnostics. As regards the physical literacy and subjective feelings of the athlete, the thesis utilizes the qualitative diagnostics. In order to be able to gather feedback, to adjust the training plan and to evaluate the final effect, the thesis employs the methods of analysis and comparison. Results: Thanks to the 8-week training program, the athlete achieved significant improvements in her physical endurance. The athlete has undeniably improved the technique of the squat snatch and squat clean & jerk, being able to lift an additional weight of 2,5 kg in both exercises compared to her initial performances. The same results were achieved in both...
Comparasion of the results of athletics talent tests in years 2007 - 2016
Skalická, Andrea ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Vindušková, Jitka (referee)
Title: Comparasion of the results of athletics talent tests in years 2007 - 2016 Objectives: The objective of my thesis is to compare the results of athletics entrance talent tests to FTVS UK in years 2007 - 2016. In the researched group there are both - men and women applying for single-subject and double- subject forms of study, full - time and distance form of education. Methods: The methodology of the thesis is focused on all candidates who applied for talent tests in 2007 - 2016 and achieved the minimal required score of 1 point. Results: The results monitor efficiency of candidates in running disciplines over a period of ten years. Keywords: athletics, testing, talent tests, motoric tests, 800 m women, 1500 m men, sprint, 100 m
Warming-up and toning in foolball
Slicho, Tomáš ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Hojka, Vladimír (referee)
Title: Warm-up and toning in football Objectives: Comparison of the two types of warm-ups on repeated tests of explosive force of upper, lower limbs, acceleration and agility test. Methods: The research group consisted of 17 players in the category of U15, who passed four tests of two selected types of warm-ups, warm-up with toning and warm-up without toning. The measured tests consisted of a acceleration test to 30 meters, a shuttle run, a medicine ball throw and a long jump. A total of three training sessions were measured, with a weekly pause between tests, within a field training experiment. In the result part we used the method of analysis to analyze the results of all tests. The comparison was used to compare the results of all tests after two different types of warming-ups. The measured values were processed by using tables and graphs. Results: The values of the players in the tests after the toning warm-up were better than the results of the players after the warm-up without toning but on the limit of a low substantive signifikance. The biggest difference was in the acceleration test to 30 meters, the smallest difference was in the throw of the medicine ball. The first hypothesis was not confirmed but the second one was succesfully confirmed. Summary: Even when the results we measured did...
Influencing Shooting Speed in Football
Čáp, Ondřej ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Hojka, Vladimír (referee)
Title: Influencing the shooting speed in football Objectives: The aim of my thesis was to record, evaluate changes and verify the effectiveness of the implemented intervention during the reference period in the development of shooting speed together with a rebound ability in a long jump in a football team which is operating in the 5th highest football competition in Germany. Methods: Quantitative research was carried out in the form of motor testing of a football team from a selected foreign football league during the autumn part of the competition. Two tests were selected to determine the development of the explosive force of the lower limbs. It was a specific test of the explosive force of the lower limbs - a kick from a one-step rhythm and a test of the general explosive force of lower limbs - jump. It was a so-called cross over study. Team was divided in two groups, where group A was doing implemented intervention in a different part of reference period than group B. Results: Based on the analysis of descriptive statistics, there was an increase in the statistics in the long jump and a decrease in the statistics in both monitored groups, while group A has the observations with the greatest improvement, but in the group B can be seen mostly an improvement across the whole group. For the second...

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