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Analysis of the football game of children U8
Zemánek, Patrik ; Teplan, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Title Analysis of children's football game in young preparation Objectives The objective of this thesis is to quantificate and compare the individual football skills during the football match by kids in young preparation of the top Czech team and two teams at performance level, but with different aim on children education. Methods To form this thesis I used observational cross-sectional study, the data pick up is taken during football matches by purchasing a video. An interview withcoaches and the data analysis follows. The research obtains vulnerable group of minors in age 7 - 9 years, in reason to find out the better ways of improving the quality of childrens football game. Results By this research was found out, that the top quality football club aims it's game, in comparison with the lower quality football clubs, more on individual football abilities and skills. In game, situations are whether solved by encounter 1 against 1or by passing. Teams of young preparation should aim the trainings mostly on the encounters 1 against 1 a solve the situation individually, and practising a rightfully-fledged passing. Next recommendation for lower quality football teams is the effort of increasing the number of trainings per week, because another training is very important for the skill development. Last...
Use of methodological and organizational forms and their content in the category of younger club FC Tempo Praha
Kadlec, Dominik ; Teplan, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Title: Use of methodological and organizational forms and their content in the category of younger club FC Tempo Praha. Objectives: Object of these of this bachelor thesis is analyze the content of training process of categories U7, U8, U9 in FC Tempo Prague. Determine the use of methodological - organizational forms. Obtained information with the theoretical recommendations. Methods: There are used methods of observation, analysis and comparison. While observing the training units, I observed the content and length of the exercises. For each category, five weekly microcycles were observed in the competition period. The observed records were made from the training units and analyzed. The results are expressed in sum and percentage. The results of observation are compared with the theoretical recommendations. Results: The use of MOF in the training process is different from the recommendations in the literature. A lower proportion of training games was found in all categories. The lower ratio of training games is replaced by higher number of matches. In terms of the content of the training process, the minimum required ratio was achieved in all groups and a higher ratio was found in the group of exercises for the development of individual activities. The ratio of exercises to the development of...
Velocity characteristics of soccer players
Červenka, Daniel ; Zahálka, František (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Title: Velocity characteristics of soccer players Objectives: The main goal of the thesis id to evaluate and analyze velocity and agility abilities of elite players. Analyze the change direction in velocity in the form of acceleration and deceleration turn over to the opposite direction. Compare the movement task session to the right and left rotating lower limb. Methods: Measured group consisted of 35 players with these athropometric values (age = 20±3,25 years, height = 187 ± 0,648 m, weight = 72 ± 3.25 kg). Players completed the warm-up prior to testing (activation stretching, stretching, warm up and subsequent motion game). Measured tested portion was 5m, followed by turning on the predefined leg and running backwards to the photocell gate (test 505). Each player completed 2 attemps on the right and 2 attemps on the left leg. Method for evaluating the kinematics used 2D video analysis. For video processing software was used Bio TEMA (ImageSystems Ltd., Sweden). Results: Players in test of velocity achieved different times on rotation right and left side. However these differences were not significant. In the first step of slowing and accelerating players do not reach comparable velocity. They can compare velocity on the second step. On right side players will use the stride length at step 2 and...
The level of sporting physical activity during the week in junor categories of football players
Grobár, Miroslav ; Teplan, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
11 Abstract Title: The level of sporting physical activity during the week in junior categories of foot- ball players Purpose: The purpose of the research was to determine the level of sporting physical activity in the weekly routine of the teams AC Sparta Prague U-14 and FC Tempo U-15. Another purpose was to evaluate the level of the sporting physical activity in relation to selected health recommendations on physical activity. Methods: In this bachelor's thesis an online system Indares was used for the acquirement data of respondents. Acquirement of the data I also used the method of online questionings. Football players participated in the research of AC Sparta Prague U-14 (n = 13; average age = 13, 7; standard deviation = 0, 6) and football players of the team FC Tempo Praha U-15 (n=18; average age=14,7; standard deviation=0,5). Results: Sporting physical activity with the greatest number of minutes was football. Participants spend 78, 8 % of the sporting physical activities time during the week. They spend 21, 2 % of the time doing other sports. Players of AC Sparta Prague reached higher average daily value of the time spent with sporting physical activities in weekly mode than players of FC Tempo Pra- gue. Average daily value of the time spent with sporting PA was 113, 2 minutes/day for players of AC...
Assessment of physical activity, physical fitness and motor skills in young football players
Zitta, Filip ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
Title: Level of physical activity, motor skills and physical ability of young football players Author: Filip Zitta Supervisor: Mgr. Jakub Kokštejn, Ph.D. Objectives: The goal is to conduct weekly monitoring of physical activity, to determine the level of physical fitness and motor skills Methods: Target market of the thesis are consisted of FK Příbram players (n = 28; age 10.3 ± 0.7 years). The Actigraph GT3X accelerometers were used to obtain the necessary data about the motion activity. To determine the level of fitness, the Unifittest 6-60 was used and a TGMD-2 TES was used to determine the level of motor skills. Results: The average daily time spent in medium or high activity was set at 80 min and exceeded the daily recommended amount. In the fitness test, 43% of children reached a rating above average and 35.7% below average. The rest reached the average rating. In a motor skills test, no one was rated well or very well. The above-average rating reached only 7%. Most children (42.9%) Was assessed on average, only 17.8% were rated weakly or very weakly. Key words: physical aktivity, motor skills, physical ability, accelerometer, Unifittest 6-60, TGMD-2
The effect of small sided games on agility performance in pre-adolescent soccer players
Nápravník, Pavel ; Šťastný, Petr (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Title: The effect of small sided games on agility performance in pre-adolescent soccer players Objectives: Evaluation of the impact of small sided games intervention on the agility performance. Comparison between agility performance and motor skills level. Comparison between increase of agility performance and motor skills level. Method: The measured group consisted of 44 players aged 11-13. During the testing, the players passed a battery of motor skills tests TGMD 2, then the agility tests Illinois and 505 R and L (pretest and posttest). The first group of players (22 players) were subjected an interrvention of small sided games (three times a week for 2 months as part of the training session). The 2nd group of players (22 players) had only regular training during this period without intentional intervention. The results: According to the results of the motor skills test TGMD 2, the probands were divided into 3 subgroups according to the achieved performance. In both groups (intervened and control groups) the hypothesis, that players with higher level of motor skills will achieve better results in agility tests, was partially confirmed. This hypothesis was confirmed in the Illinois test in its entirety. In the 505 R and L tests, a statistically significant difference in performance was measured...
Finding the relationship between fundamental motor skills and special game skills at football players (9-10 years)
Cintler, Pavel ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
Title: Finding the relationship between fundamental motor skills and special game skills of football players (9 - 10 years) Objectives: The aim of this thesis was to find out the correlation between fundamental motor skills and special game skills of football players in the category U10 and U11. Methods: The method of observation - measurement was used in this thesis. The researched group consisted of 26 players in the categories U10 and U11 (average age 10.4 ± 0.7 years) from the football club SK Střešovice 1911. The level of fundamental motor skills was assessed by using TGMD-2. Level of specific game skills in football was detected by following tests: slalom, pass in running and accuracy of shooting. Results: Significant relationship was found (r = 0.48, p < 0.05) between the level of basic motor skill and special game skills in football. The results proved, that the level of specific game skills was significantly influenced by manipulation skills (r = 0.53; p < 0.001) compared to locomotion skills (r = 0.40; p < 0.05). In motor level testing was found that 61 % (n = 16) of players have a below average level of funadamental motor skills. According to the results of this thesis there was not proven statistically significant relationship between the observed age categories U10 and U11 at the level...
Evaluation of the performance in tests of physical fitness and fundamental motor skills in young football players
Šula, Marek ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Teplan, Jaroslav (referee)
Title: Evaluation of the performance in tests of physical fitness and fundamental motor skills in young football players Author: Marek Šula Thesis supervisor: Mgr. Jakub Kokštejn, Ph.D. Objectives: To determine the current performance in tests of physical fitness and fundamental motor skills at young football players. At the same time, it is the aim to evaluate the relationship between physical fitness and basic motor skills. Methods: This research was used the method of observation - measurement. Research file was made up of players ages U8 and U9 from ABC Football Club Branik Prague (n = 31; age x̄ = 7.6; σ = 0.8). The level of fundamental movement skills has been identified using the test TGMD-2 (Test of Gross Motor Development) and the level of physical fitness was determined by using the Unifittest test battery (6-60) Results: In the test of physical fitness, we found that 36% of players were average, above this level were 61% (32% above-average and 29% significantly above-average) and below average were only 3% of tested players. In the test of gross motor skills, it was found that 74% of players were average, 7% above-average and below-average were 19%. Furthermore, it was found that the results among themselves do not have any significant relationship, since the value of the correlation...
Analysis of goalkeeper's kick-off of Croatia and Belgium teams at the World cup 2018
Hruška, Radek ; Teplan, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Title: Analysis of goalkeeper's kick - off of Croatia and Belgium teams at the world cup 2018 Objectives: The aim of the work is to make analysis of goal kicks of teams Belgium and Croatia at the World Cup 2018. Cut shots with all goal kicks and then evaluate which method of goal kick is the most frequently used and how the particular method was effectiv. Create a DVD with edited shots of all goal kicks from the watched teams. Methods: The source of data and information gathering was a method of mediated observation of matches from the 2018 World Cup in Russia. The ensemble was represented by teams of Croatia and Belgium. Fourteen matches were analyzed in total. All goal kicks were cut from all watched matches in the program, which is called Instat. Then was every goal kick redraw in program Drillbook and then was analyzed. I investigated which way of the goal kick was used, which player was addressee of the pass, how many passes team done before they lost the ball and the zones, where team lost the ball. Results: Based on the seven matches of each team, it was found that Belgium played 61 goal kicks and Croatia 60. Belgium played in 64 % cases short distance passes and only 36 % kick - offs, the Croats decided to kick off in 55 % cases and in 45 % cases were short distance passes. From the...
The relationship of explosive strength and CODS performance
Hönig, Karel ; Hojka, Vladimír (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Title: The relationship of explosive strength and CODS performance Objectives: The main aim of this work is to find out the degrese of relatedness indicators between explosively force abilities and performance in individual Agility tests for U16 and U17 footballers Methods: Testing and measurement was performed on a sample of 32 players aged 15-16 from the Bohemians Prague football team. To determine the player's explosive-force abilities, the Kistler board was used in the BEZ laboratory. Agility testing was based on test batteries for this ability (Arrowhead L and P, Illionois, 505 L and R, K-test and Hexagon). The data measurements was processed by using IBM SPSS statistics 22. Results: I have found that the impact of explosive strength abilities was most evident in Arrowhead and Illinois CODS tests at R = 0,4 - 0,7 and p<0,05. On the contrary, Hexagon test proved to be independent of explosive-strength abilities. In addition, it was found a small correlation value between 505 test and other CODS tests. Keywords: fitness ability, Agility, CODS, speed, strength, football

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