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Condition training in streethockey
Štěpáník, Radim ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Kaplan, Aleš (referee)
Title: Conditional Training for Street Hockey Objectives:  Analysation of available literature specialised in conditional training in common and specific character for street hockey and similar sports.  Design a training program for individual conditioning of an elite street hockey player. Methods: This work is assembled as a summarizing study. Foundations for creating a draft of conditional training were formed from analysation of available literature, analysation of heart rate, determination of key energy systems and movement abilities and also from periodization of a year training cycle. Results: The draft of conditional intervention is based on available literature and on results from fulfilled tasks. Keywords: intervention program, analysis, year conditioning cycle, explosive power, speed
Analysis of general strength conditioning for runners - case study
Pavlů, Jiří ; Červinka, Pavel (advisor) ; Kaplan, Aleš (referee)
Title: Analysis of general strength conditioning for runners - case study Elaborated: Jiri Pavlu Supervisor: RNDr., PaedDR. Pavel Cervinka, Ph.D. Aims: The aim of this thesis is the analysis of two preparatory periods (2017-2018; 2018-2019) in terms of general strength conditioning. After this content analysis I will compare them with each other and then with the literature. Data will be collected and analyzed from training diaries. Methods of work: This thesis was created using content analysis method from two preparation periods. The training notes were provided by Dukla Praha top runners specialized on middle and long tracks. The acquired data focusing just on general strength preparation were compared to professional literature and then with each other. Comparative method was used for this comparison. Results: The amount of training units aiming at development of general strength abilities compared to literature is less than idealized. The overal ratio of general strength preparation to the total volume of load was higher in the first preparation period. The most used method which occured in the examined files was strength-endurance method and was practised in the form of circuit training. The main means of training which was apparent in almost all training units was self-weight exercise. Key...
An overview of the literature on the athletic discipline run to 400 m (overview and evaluation)
Krupičková, Zuzana ; Kaplan, Aleš (advisor) ; Červinka, Pavel (referee)
Thema works: Overview of the literature about the athletic discipline 400 m run (overview and evaluation) Student: Zuzana Krupičková Supervisor: odb.as. Aleš Kaplan Aims: With a help of amassing and processing the chosen special literature sources to make an overview of the literature regarding the problematics of sport preparation for the 400m run Methodology: For the overview study a method of analysis of amassed literature sources and then the method of the literatuŕe recherche with the topic of sport preparation for the 400m run was used. Results: We found that nine authors of Theses of Trenérská škola UK FTVS, further four authors of bachelor thesis and thirty four authors of diploma thesis were dealing with the problematics of a 400 m run. There were also four authors studying at other schools, whose work was dealing with this problematics and was available. We also found out that many of theses were created by our elite athletes like rousil, Hegyes, David, Kratochvílová, Fuchsová, Kocembová nebo Tylová. A great number of theses were created by very successfull trainers (Váňa, Zahořák, Moravec). Key words: sport preparation, 400 m run, literature recherche, strenght training in a 400 m run
Coach of Sprinters
Ptáčníková, Hana ; Vindušková, Jitka (advisor) ; Kaplan, Aleš (referee)
Title: Coach of sprinters Objectives: The aim of the thesis was to assess whether the opinions of the athletic sprint trainers are consistent with what the literature refers to sprint`s training in general and sprint`s training for the U17 category. Next, try to present the model characteristics of a young coach of sprinters. Methods: Eighty five athletic trainers were approached who train at least one sprinter and have at least the 3rd coaching class qualification. I received answers from 41 of them. The survey method was used to determine opinions. The survey was based on previous studied literature. Internet server vypln.to was used for data collection. Coaches were approached by email and facebook. The analyzed data were evaluated verbally, in tables and graphs. Results: All coaches agreed that two-way communication is important not only about training, but also for example about school, family ect. Eighty eight percent of coaches confirmed with the basics of training planning and 98 % of coaches agreed on the importance of training evaluation. However, 53 % of them said that they cooperate with the mentee in planning and only 51 % use special tests to determine the sprinter's training status. More than half of the trainers checked the possibility of organizing the warm-up and regeneration of...
Children's attitudes to football and physical activities at the age of 9-10 years at selected clubs
Lanhaus, Jan ; Kaplan, Aleš (advisor) ; Růžička, Lukáš (referee)
Title: Children's attitudes to football and physical activities at the age of 8-11 years at selected clubs Objectives: The aim of this thesis was to find out the attitudes of children to football and physical activity at the age of 8-11 by means of an anonymous questionnaire survey in two intentionally selected clubs, including a comparison of the degree of agreement in individual attitudes. To achieve this goal, two questionnaires, a standardized PACEScz questionnaire and a non-standardized questionnaire designed for the needs of this work were used to find out more about respondents and their relationship and attitudes to football and football training. Methods To meet the goal of the thesis I have used the knowledge of the literature I studied dealing with the attitudes of children to physical activity and football and questionnaire survey of children aged 8-11 in two intentionally selected football clubs. With the help of relevant sources I chose and slightly supplemented the standardized PACEScz questionnaire and I also compiled an anonymous non-standardized questionnaire for the purposes of this work. Both questionnaires were distributed personally after each team's training unit. Due to the objectivity of the PACEScz questionnaire, I also had to draw up a template for the training unit...
Athletic Skils of Youth athletes
Štvánová, Anna ; Vindušková, Jitka (advisor) ; Kaplan, Aleš (referee)
Title: Junger junior's Athletic skills Objectives: To describe the athletic skills of secondary sports school pupils (non athletes) and to compare them with the athletic skills of children who are members of an athletic club. There will be evaluation tables created to measure the given skills. Another aim is to measure and compare general performance test results of both groups. Comparasion will be done against the general population and each other Methods: Observational cross-sectional study, observation, descriptive analysis, video recording, scaling, comparison Results: Secondary school pupils did not achieve similar results in general performance tests. The smallest differences in motor tests were recorded in the long jump, in other tests were bigger differences. In hurdlets, pupils differ from athletes, as I expected. The assumption that the best children in general performance tests would be the best in motor tests did not confirm completely. For pupils, this assumption was clearer, with athletes the best performers in motor tests didn't have the best results. Key words: Junger junior's, motor skills, performance, motor tests, older school age
Condition training in streethockey
Štěpáník, Radim ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Kaplan, Aleš (referee)
Title: Conditional Training for Street Hockey Objectives: Design a draft for individual year conditioning program for an elite street hockey player. Tasks:  Measure heart rate during street hockey game  Set key abilities used during street hockey game  Create a draft for a conditional training program Methods: Analysation of available literature specialised in conditional training in common and specific character for street hockey and similar sports with hockey sticks. Results: Designed draft for individual year of conditional program for an elite street hockey player. Consultation with coaches and players from elite level of street hockey. Keywords: conditional program, analysis, year conditioning cycle, explosive power, speed, street hockey
The representation of Athletic training in the Biathlon physical conditioning
Bláha, Tomáš ; Kaplan, Aleš (advisor) ; Červinka, Pavel (referee)
Title: The representation of the athletic training in the biathlon physical conditioning Objectives: This thesis investigates how the Czech biathlon coaches evaluate the proportion of athletic methods in the biathlon training and what is the experience of the Czech elite biathletes with athletic training during their careers. In order to acquire relevant results, the couches have answered a non-standardized questionnaire and the biathletes underwent an interview. Methods: The research uses a non-standardized anonymous questionnaire made for the biathlon couches in addition to an interview with the members of the Czech national biathlon team. Results: The results of the non-standardized questionnaires show that the biathlon coaches consider athletic methods in the biathlon training as a positive tool. More specifically, the results have shown that the most common athletic method used by the biathlon coaches is the own body weight exercise, all of the respondents (n=16) agreed ( 100 % usefulness). The second and third (93,75 %) most common methods of exercise are represented by resistance bands and medicine ball. The biathlon coaches also use special take off exercise such as standing vertical jumps over brackets (87,50 %) and uphill running up to the 150m distance (87,50 %). Coaches often include...
The representation of Athletic training in the Biathlon physical conditioning
Bláha, Tomáš ; Kaplan, Aleš (advisor) ; Červinka, Pavel (referee)
Title: The representation of the athletic training in the biathlon physical conditioning Objectives: This thesis investigates how the Czech biathlon coaches evaluate the proportion of athletic methods in the biathlon training and what is the experience of the Czech elite biathletes with athletic training during their careers. In order to acquire relevant results, the couches have answered a non-standardized questionnaire and the biathletes underwent an interview. Methods: The research uses a non-standardized anonymous questionnaire made for the biathlon couches in addition to an interview with the members of the Czech national biathlon team. Results: The results of the non-standardized questionnaires show that the biathlon coaches consider athletic methods in the biathlon training as a positive tool. More specifically, the results have shown that the most common athletic method used by the biathlon coaches is the own body weight exercise, all of the respondents (n=16) agreed ( 100 % usefulness). The second and third (93,75 %) most common methods of exercise are represented by resistance bands and medicine ball. The biathlon coaches also use special take off exercise such as standing vertical jumps over brackets (87,50 %) and uphill running up to the 150m distance (87,50 %). Coaches often include...
Condition assumption at football
Funk, Ladislav ; Bunc, Václav (advisor) ; Kaplan, Aleš (referee)
Name: Condition assumptions at football Objectives: The aim of this work is evaluate of influence motoric tests from FC Tempo Praha and then compare results of measurement at categories from U12 to U15 and find out differences in fitness assumptions between player posts. Assess the influence of training time by years on basic fitness assumption is also one of the goal. Methods: I used for evaluation of measurement Microsoft Excel 2016. Pearsons correlation coefficient were used for value of correlation tests. For substantive significance were used Cohens D. For suggesting suitable fitness skills tests I used domestic and foreign literature and internet sources. Results: The best results of measuring speed conditional assumptions were reached by the attackers in the tests at 5 m = 1,17 ± 0,11 s, 10 m = 1,98 ± 0,15, 20 m = 3,45 ± 0,21 and 50 m = 7 , 66 ± 0,51 s. At 505 Agility Tests, the defenders reached 505 agility L = 2,74 ± 0,17 and 505 agility P = 2,73 ± 0,21 s achieved goalkeepers. Midfielders achieved best result in the Yo- Yo test at 1310 ± 526,50 m on average. In the long jump, the goalkeepers were best with 198,71 ± 16,14 cm. When compared for each categories, best performance achieved the U15 category for 5 m = 1,14 ± 0,07 s, 10 m = 1,92 ± 0,1 s, 20 m = 3,29 ± 0,13 s, 50 m = 7,22 ± 0,35 s,...

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