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Relationship of quality of life and hardiness, relisience and grit in parahockey and wheelchair rugby players
Jiskrová, Markéta ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Pavlová, Ilona (referee)
anglicky Objectives: This thesis aims to investigate whether we can predict the general and sport- specific quality of life of athletes with physical disabilities based on selected positive psychological constructs (resilience, hardiness and grit). Method: Forty players of para ice-hockey and wheelchair rugby (of which only two were women) underwent this study. The data were obtained by a questionnaire, compiled by Professor Martin from Wayne State University, which contains six parts: general information, life satisfaction, grit, resilience, sports engagement and hardiness. The "translation and reverse translation" method was used to translate the questionnaire. We used the statistical program IBM SPSS 2200 to analyze the obtained data. Results: Life satisfaction can be best predicted on the basis of hardiness (R = 0.686), but also resilience (R = 0.496) and grit (R = 0.340). We can predict sports engagement only based on resilience (R = 0.374). We recommend searching for other possible positive constructs that could better predict sports engagement. Key words: quality of life, sport engagement, life satisfaction, resilience, hardiness, grit, para ice hockey, wheelchair rugby
Release of pupils from physical education in elementary schools
Miláčková, Andrea ; Pavlová, Ilona (advisor) ; Hošková, Blanka (referee)
Title of the thesis: Release of pupils from physical education in elementary schools Aims of the thesis: The aim of this thesis was to find out the main causes of the release of pupils from physical education (PE) at 8 primary schools in the districts of Kolín and Nymburk, to outline the health consequences of release, to monitor the situation regarding the number of pupils with special educational needs (SEN) and to examine the subjective opinions of teachers on the issue using fieldwork data collection. Method: It is a questionnaire survey conducted at 8 primary schools in the district of Nymburk and Kolín. The research group consisted of 16 physical education teachers (2 teachers from each school), 12 women and 4 men. The questionnaire is divided into 2 parts. The first part, where general information and pupil numbers were collected, was completed by all respondents. The second part was intended for those who have pupils in their class with special educational needs. Results: 4.46 % of pupils were released from physical education at the schools interviewed in 2018/2019. The most common reason for TV release is muscle, skeletal or connective tissue disease (27 %). According to teachers, too many students in the group and the risk of progression of the disease or injury were the most frequent...
Teambuilding Events for Classes of Children in Inclusion
Štufková, Markéta ; Pavlová, Ilona (advisor) ; Daďová, Klára (referee)
(AJ) Title: Teambuilding activities for classes of children in inclusion. Objective: The main aim of this thesis was the creation of a methodology for an activity called "team building" for classes, which the disabled pupil was integrated into. The main aim was to support the positive creation of relationships within the class team and influencing of classmates' attitudes to the inclusion of an individual with a disability into physical education. In the sub-aim, we researched if it is possible to change the attitudes of pupils to a pupil in inclusion in school physical education with the help of team building activities. Method: Under the terms of theoretical - empirical work, the methodology of the one-day programme with sports elements and experience teaching was proposed and tested, hereinafter team building. It was aimed at improvement of accepting the pupils with a disability, at an improvement of social relationships in a group and generally at the change of the attitudes to inclusion in physical education. The programme was tested on a research group of the pupils of the sixth grade of primary school (number of pupils 19, average age 12) with free integrated pupils with special educational Leeds. The effect was observed with the help of CAIPE-CZ questionnaires and Adjective-Checklist, which...
Quality of life in sitting volleyball players
Kůtová, Kristýna ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Pavlová, Ilona (referee)
Title: Quality of life in sitting volleyball players Objectives: The main goal of the thesis is to summarize and extend knowledge about sitting volleyball and to analyse quality of life in sitting volleyball players. Methods: For the analysis we have used standardized questionnaire from the World Health Organization in its short version named WHOQOL-BREF. 12 players (8 men, 4 women) with average age 40,6 years participated in the study. Results: The results of the questionnaire show, that quality of life in sitting volleyball players is better then quality of life of general population. We can deduce it from the fact, that their answers were better in three of four domains of the questionnaire (experiencing, social relations, surroundings). Only in the domain of physical health, sitting volleyball players showed worse results than general population, what could not be surprising due to their physical handicap. Keywords: paralympic sport, volleyball, resocialisation, amputation, WHOQOL- BREF
Fitness training for individuals after spinal lesion
Mandát, Marek ; Vařeková, Jitka (advisor) ; Pavlová, Ilona (referee)
Title: Fitness training for individuals after spinal lesion Objectives: The aim of the bachelor thesis is to monitor the influence of physical intervention in the form of fitness training on body composition and movement performance of individuals after spinal lesion. Methods: In the framework of a quantitative and qualitative research study, four subjects after the spinal lesion who are participating in the reconditioning stay at the Paraple Center were observed in case studies. Among the selected subjects were three males and one female, three of them with paraplegia and one with tetraplegia in the range C 6 - Th 6. The average subject age was 41.5 years (24 - 74). Except for one individual, all showed moderate overweight and decreased exercise activity in everyday life outside the research. Research methodology consisted of one month intervention in the form of individually adjusted fitness training. In order to set up the intervention and to evaluate the effect, the following methods were used for input and output testing: observation, assessment of body composition using the Bodystat instrument and evaluation of exercise performance by measurements on a rowing and cross- country trainer where the mileage was monitored. Results: All subjects attained a slight improvement in body composition in...
The physical activity of dog-owning persons with a spinal cord injury
Neubergová, Kristýna ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Pavlová, Ilona (referee)
Title: The physical activity of dog-owning persons with a spinal cord injury. Objective: The aim of this thesis is to find out the level of physical activity of persons with a spinal-cord injury who own a dog. This work employs both subjective and objective methods of analysis. A secondary objective is to find out whether dog-owning individuals with a spinal cord injury get enough daily physical activity as recommended by the Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for Adults with Spinal Injury. Method: The research was conducted using a combined qualitative-quantitative method. The sample comprised of five men aged 29-66 years with spinal cord injury (4 quadriplegic and 1 paraplegic). The physical activity was subjectively measured by a semi-structured interview "PARA-SCI." Objective measurement of the physical activity was conducted using an accelerometer ActiGraph GT3X+. Each participant's physical activity was measured for three three days. Results: The average objective physical activity of the participants was 2166.3 minutes, while the average PARA-SCI result was 1558.8 minutes. The difference between these two results is not statistically significant. The participants fulfilled the levels of physical activity as prescribed by the aforementioned guidelines. Keywords: Paraplegia, quadruplegia,...
Changing attitudes of primary school pupils to integration after completing a two-month "Life with Disabilities" programme
Nýdrlová, Lenka ; Vařeková, Jitka (advisor) ; Pavlová, Ilona (referee)
Title: Changing attitudes of primary school pupils to integration after completing a two- month "Life with Disabilities" programme. Objective: The main aim of the thesis is to explore various possibilities of influencing primary school pupils attitudes to integration of a pupil with disabilities into physical education lessons. Method: Using the CAIPE - CZ and Adjective - Checklist questionnaires a qualitative- quantitative research has been applied to observe a change in primary school pupils' attitude to integration into the physical education lessons once a two-month "Life with Disabilities" programme was completed. A series of topical areas has been presented not only in health education lessons, but also in physical education lessons. The programme also included several sporting events taking place outside the school building and a Paralympic school day. A two-group quasi-experiment research group was formed by the 7th (headcount: 20; average age: 12) and 9th (headcount: 24; average age: 15) years of primary school. Results: The project activities have been carried out within the specified subjects both inside and outside the school building. The objectives of the programme have successfully been achieved and the programme itself resulted in a positive feedback. The results of the CAIPE - CZ...
Applying the DRUMS ALIVE program (drumming to gymnastic balls) for people after spinal cord injury
Ančerlová, Marie ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Pavlová, Ilona (referee)
Title: Applying the DRUMS ALIVE program (drumming to gymnastic balls) for people after spinal cord injury Objectives: The aim of this thesis was to prepare and apply an exercise unit of the fitness program Drums Alive which would be adapted for individuals with spinal cord injury. Another aim was to find out individual reactions of the participants on the exercise. Methods: Exercise unit was applied in 2 women and 3 men (age 40-60 years). A questionnaire, observation and interview were used to assess clients' reactions on exercise and perceived benefit of the lesson on physical and psychological well-being. The benefits were viewed from the point of participants, instructor and sport therapist. Results: According to results we may suppose that exercise strengthen and release muscles and joints. It is pleasant and entertaining. It can serve as a mean of comprehensive rehabilitation and recondition. Keywords: DRUMS ALIVE, drumming, fitness, paraplegia, quadruplegia

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