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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 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...
The influence of different kinds of warm-up on the speed skills of football players from the ontogenetic point of view
Turbák, Filip ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Bujnovský, David (referee)
Title: The influence of different kinds of warm-up on the speed skills of football players from the ontogenetic point of view. Aims: The main objective of this diploma thesis is to compare the results of the times achieved by football players in the U18 youth team with their previous times measured two years ago, and in this way to evaluate their development of speed capabilities. Another aim of the research is to evaluate the progress of these players' flexibility at a chosen time interval (two years) and to inquire into other possible connections of these outcomes. Methods: For the assessment of speed power performance, each player goes through two runs at a distance of 30 meters, with measurements in this section also at distances of 5, 10 and 15 meters. Before the measurement itself, all participants are being prepared by a selected type of stretching. Two standardized tests are used for secondary research dealing with potential connection between the attained speed and the degree of flexibility of lower limbs. Outcomes: Testing revealed that subjects had a deterioration in the average running time with a two-year interval at distances of up to 15 meters (5,10,15 meters). On the contrary, when analyzing the results of measuring the distance of 30 meters, a significant improvement in average...
Effect of warm-up on performance of football players
Křížová, Anna ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Hojka, Vladimír (referee)
Title: The Effects of a warm-up on the performance of football players Objectives: The comparison of influence of two types of warm-up before and after a physical activity on performance of U19 football players. Testing of subsequent post-warm-up performance focused on acceleration, explosive power and agility. Methods: In this empirical-theoretical thesis, a total of twenty-four U19 football players, divided in two experimental groups, is tested. The players within each group undertook either a complete dynamic warm-up or a shorter warm-up without the dynamic component. The performance was tested after the warm-up utilizing four tests - an acceleration run test on 30 m, a standing long jump, a foul throw and a shuttle run. The same tests were conducted again after an interlaid physical activity. The same procedure was repeated after a week when the two groups swapped the warm-up methods. Statistical analyses were employed to evaluate the results. Results: The hypothesis 1, assuming a positive effect of a complete dynamic warm-up on the performance before the physical activity was on one hand supported in the acceleration run on 30 m and the foul throw. On the other hand, no distinctive advantage of a complete dynamic warm-up was observed for the standing long jump and the shuttle run. Hypothesis 2...
Explosive power in conditioning young soccer players
Presl, Aleš ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Bibliographic identification PRESL, Aleš: Explosive power in fitness training of soccers in teengers. Diploma thesis. Charles Univerzity. Faculty of Physical Education and Sport. Department of Athletic. Supervisor: PhDr. Radim Jebavý, PhD. Prague: FTVS UK, 2019. Abstract Title: Explosive power in fitness of soccers in teengers Objectives: The main of the thesis is to determine the influence of the interventional fitness program on the development of explosive strength of the lower extremities by means of plyometric exercises in the youth category in football and its subsequent comparison in three measurements between the experimental and control group. Methods: Testing was performed using four motor tests and an intervention program with two-group plyometric exercises. 16 footballers aged 17.6 ± 0.9 took part in 3 measurements with an interval of 4 weeks. The data were processed using basic statistical methods. Results: The interventional fitness program had a positive effect on increasing the level of explosive strength in the experimental group. Due to the introductory part of TJ and 3 measurements, the control group also improved significantly. Keywords: youth category, strength abilities, lower limbs, intervention program, comparison
Explosive power in conditioning young soccer players
Presl, Aleš ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Bibliographic identification PRESL, Aleš: Explosive power in fitness training of soccers in teengers. Diploma thesis. Charles Univerzity. Faculty of Physical Education and Sport. Department of Athletic. Supervisor: PhDr. Radim Jebavý, PhD. Prague: FTVS UK, 2019. Abstract Title: Explosive power in fitness of soccers in teengers Objectives: The main of the thesis is to determine the influence of the interventional fitness program on the development of explosive strength of the lower extremities by means of plyometric exercises in the youth category in football and its subsequent comparison in three measurements between the experimental and control group. Methods: Testing was performed using four motor tests and an intervention program with two-group plyometric exercises. 16 footballers aged 17.6 ± 0.9 took part in 3 measurements with an interval of 4 weeks. The data were processed using basic statistical methods. Results: The interventional fitness program had a positive effect on increasing the level of explosive strength in the experimental group. Due to the introductory part of TJ and 3 measurements, the control group also improved significantly. Keywords: youth category, strength abilities, lower limbs, intervention program, comparison
Selected diagnostic procedures during the annual macrocycle of the floorball season which are used to demonstrate a specific asymmetry in floorbal players
Jelínek, Marian ; Jebavý, Radim (referee)
Title of the thesis: Selected diagnostic procedures during the annual macrocycle of the floorball season which are used to demonstrate a specific asymmetry in floorball players Aims of the thesis: The aim of this work is to identify and analyze the specific time period during the floorball season, which is characteristic with the biggest muscle asymmetry caused due to a specific exercise load that floorball demands. Methods: The research was conducted among elite floorball teams of the top men's floorball competition in the Czech Republic and the tested research group included only male professional athletes. The probands (n = 18 input measurements, n = 10 output measurements) took a total of four complex measurements. Testing was held once before the pre-conditioning period, once during the main course and twice before the playoff. Missing data was supplemented and approximated by the method of multiple imputations in Mplus software. Selected body composition parameters were evaluated, tested and measured on various measuring instruments and machines such as Tanita MC-980MA. The footscan® systems were used to measure postural stability. The explosive force was measured using Kistler force plates and the Cybex Humac Norm isokinetic dynamometer was used to determine the muscle strength of the lower...
Compensatory exercises for throwers
Červenková, Markéta ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Vindušková, Jitka (referee)
NAME OF THESIS: Compensatory exercises for throwers GOALS OF THESIS: The thesis Compensatory exercises for throwers is a paper, goal of which is to determine the most overworked areas of the body from both literature and data gathered from Czech representative throwers. Secondary goal of this paper is to then, based on this information, suggest adequate compensatory exercises for every throwing event. METHODS USED: In the paper we first used comparative analysis of the literature about compensatory exercises for throwers. We then used a quantitative method of questioning, where, utilizing a survey, we gathered data on the most overworked parts of bodies of the throwers. Lastly we applied the testing method. We rendered two tests of flexibility related to thrower's output. We chose touch of both hands with fingertips with one hand over the shouder and the other behind the back, lie down on your stomach with both arms stretching outwards in 45 degree angles and standing forward bend. The first test was carried out before the suggested compensatory exercise in a predetermined room on 29/10/2019. The second test was undertaken under the same circumstances, in the same room, at the same time of day on 25/11/2019. RESULTS: In the available literature, we haven't found any compensatory exercises, which...

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