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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
Assessment physical fitness and game skills in soccer players
Čech, Marek ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Kočíb, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Assessment physical fitness and game skills in soccer players Objectives: To find out the relationships and differences between actual levels of body composition, physical fitness and specific football skills of football players at ABC Braník aged 7 and 8 years. Methods: The main research method chosen was observation - measurement and testing. The research group included a total of 31 football players - 15 players from the ABC Braník U8 team (average age 8.3 ± 0.3 years and 16 players from ABC Braník U7 team (mean age 6.9 ± 0.4 years). tested with the Unifittest 6-60 standardized test battery, specific football skills have been tested according to the ProFutbalAnalytics.com manual. Results: In physical fitness, older players (U8) achieved above average scores and younger players (U7) achieved average scores. A total of 9 out of 15 of the U8 team, ie 60 % of individuals, recorded at least above average results in fitness tests. In the U7 team, only 7 out of 16, ie 44 % of individuals, are above average in their performance according to standards. The degree of association between game skills and physical fitness was low. Upon closer examination, we found a moderate correlation between the fitness prowess indicator and the juggling and ball management indicators (r = 0.52 - 0.58). Significant...
The level and differences in selected movement abilities and skills in youth soccer players
Varjan, Matej ; Malý, Tomáš (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Title: The level and differences in selected movement abilities and skills in youth soccer players. Objectives: The aim of the thesis is to compare the results of the Skills Tests before and after a short-term test and to determine the influence of exhaustion on the speed and quality of specific football skills of the elite footballers from U15 football team of SK Slavia Praha team. Methods: The research set, consisting of 15 research participants, took two measurements. The Loughborough Soccer Passing Test (LSPT) was taken like a pre-test and post-test (after short-term BUMAZA test). In the result part we applied the analytical method for the results which we obtained from the measured tests. The comparison method was used for comparison of the values of the LSPT test results before and after the stress. Finally, the basic statistical methods helped us to process the measured values. Results: The thesis results provide information about the level of physical abilities and movement skills of the players based on the obtained values of the taken tests. We found out that most players improved their straight time values in the LSPT test measured after the stress. Conversely, the penalty time was increased up to 33,32% which affected the total time. On the contrary, the value of penalization and total...
The effect of a short-term intervention program for development of sprint and agility in soccer players (U16)
Chaloupka, Tomáš ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Hojka, Vladimír (referee)
Title: The effect of a short-term intervention program for development of sprint and agility in soccer players (U16) Author: Bc. Tomáš Chaloupka Head of work: Mgr. Jakub Kokštejn, Ph.D. Objectives: The aim of the thesis is to verify the effectiveness of two different short- term intervention programs in the development of speed-power abilities in young soccer players (U16). Methods: The research sample included soccer players (16 year old; n=22; 15,2±0,3 years) from the highest competitive level in the Czech Republic. For the interventional effect verification we used tests without the ball (sprint on 5, 10 and 30 meters, Illinois Agility Test, Yo-Yo IRT 2, six jump alternately) and with the ball (sprint on 5, 10 and 30 meters, Illinois Agility Test). Data analysis was performed by using IBM SPSS software Statistics 24. Results: Both groups of players improved in the agility test (r = 0.32; r = 0.40), but these improvements were not statistically significant (p = 0.16; p = 0.06). Group 2 (runs) improved in the ball agility test (p = 0.02; r = 0.49). Both groups were improved in a six jump strength test (group 1 p = 0.02; r = 0.51; group 2 p = 0.08; r = 0.32), but in group 2 improvement was not statistically significant. Both groups were improved in Yo-Yo IRT2 speed endurance (group 1 p = 0.09; r =...
Relationship between level of game skills, physical fitness and self-efficacy in footbal players in relation to age.
Ivasko, Aleš ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
Title: Relationship between game skills, physical fitness and self-efficacy in footbal players in relation to age. Objectives: Discover the interrelationship of self-efficacy, physical abilities and specific game skills in football players (13 - 19 years). At the same time, the objective is to verify the effect of age on the level of physical abilities, specific game skills and self- efficacy. Methods: The Czech version of the General Self-Efficacy (GSE) standard questionnaire was used to determine the level of self-efficacy. To determine the level of physical abilities and specific game skills, were used to diagnose and compare the level of football players in centers for the education of talented youth. A set of photocells (Alge Timing GmbH, Lustenau, Austria) was used to measure the 20 m sprint time, agility and ball slalom. The basic statistical characteristics (arithmetic mean, standard deviation) will be used to interpret the results. Standardization / normalization of values has been used with the help of Z-points for transferring results so that we can express the level of specific game skills with a single score. The Pearson correlation coefficient was used to evaluate the relationship between self-efficacy and football gaming skills. To evaluate the significance of the differences between...
The level of speed a agility in elite soccer players (U15-U17)
Urbanec, Matyáš ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
Title: The level of speed and agility in elite football players (15-17 years). Aim: The main aim of this thesis is to find out the current level of performance in linear speed and agility in elite football players (15-17 years), given the age of the players. At the same time, the aim is to find out the relationship between performance in linear speed tests and agility. Methods: The main scientific method which had a theoretical-empirical character was the observing and testing method. The research team consisted of 30 players FK Motorlet Praha and 32 players Bohemians Prague 1905 categories U16 and U17. Basic descriptive statistics and correlation and regression analysis were used to evaluate the measured data. Results: Based on the test results, a match between the agility Illionois test and the linear sprinter on 10 m (r = 0,54), 20 m (r = 0,60) and 40 m (r = 0,52) was found. On the other hand, weak dependence on Illionois was proven in tests for linear sprinter measurements in 5 m (r = 0,43) and 20 m in flight when r = 0,31. When comparing the Bohemians Prague 1905 and FK Motorlet Prague for each category, the Bohemians Prague 1905 was better in the U17. In the U16 category, it was found that Motorlet Praha's players were better at agility Illionois, where the results were measured d = 0,54 and...
Effect of small side games and interval running on level of selected fitness parameters for soccer players.
Chuda, David ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Malý, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Effect of small side games and interval running on level of selected fitness parameters for soccer players Objectives: Determining the effect of small side games and interval running with / without balls on selected fitness parameters for soccer players (U17 and U19). Methods: Measurement method, Intervention method. The group observed contained players aged 15 to 18. Total number of players was 36. From U19 team it was nineteen players and from U17 team it was seventeen players. In the end we counted to the results 15 players from U17 and 13 players from U19.Used tests: Yo - Yo intermittent recover test level 2, Ilinois test without dribling ball, Ilinois test with dribling ball, Myotest and 20m sprint. The data were gathered to Microsoft excel programme. Statistic analysis was done in IBM SPSS Statistics 24 software. Results: Both intervention groups of footballers (U17 + U19) experienced a significant improvement in aerobic fitness (YYIR2, p <0.05, r >= 0.58-0.63). In the IR group there was a significant improvement in the agility test (p <0.05; r = 0.54). Both groups recorded significant improvements in the CMJ Force parameter (p> 0.05; r = 0.34, r = 0.36). However, no significant improvement was noted in the other power performance parameters. Both groups experienced an improvement in...

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