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Influence of swimming on increasing flexibility as a component of the dexterity of basic pupils schools.
Dvořáková, Marcela ; Svobodová, Irena (advisor) ; Hájková, Jana (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to observe the influence of articular mobility through swimming lessons in younger school age children. Verified articulated mobility tests are used for these findings. Testing will take place twice, at the beginning and at the end of the swimming training over the course of one half-year. Testing will be done in two groups of children. The first group consists of students who participate in compulsory swimming lessons. The second group consists of children regularly taking part in swimming training in the swimming section in Brandýs nad Labem. In addition, people divided into swimmers and non-swimmers, and into boys and girls, were tested. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with the characteristics of motor abilities with focus on flexibility, characteristics of younger school age children and swimming training and swimming. The practical part consists of a description of the experiment and analysis of the results of the individual flexibility tests. The results of the work have shown that swimming is an appropriate means of developing flexibility. Improvements in all the groups studied were confirmed. KEYWORDS motor ability, flexibility, swimming, swimming training, younger school age, motor tests, student
Swimming training in pre-school education
Šalomová, Zuzana ; Svobodová, Irena (advisor) ; Kuhnová, Věra (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of swimming training and tuition in pre-school education. It covers the knowledge of basic swimming skills. The theoretical part focuses mainly on the importance of the aquatic environment, on the characteristics of pre-school age and on the methodology of swimming training. The practical part deals with the course of swimming training of pre-school children in a swimming school, observes and compares individual teaching methods and didactic procedures, that were applied during the observed swimming lessons. The thesis also offers several charts, reflecting the swimming level of the observed children, and a questionnaire for parents. The aim of the bachelor thesis was to observe and compare individual teaching methods and didactic procedures in swimming lessons. In this paper, I worked according to the method of participatory observation, empirical test method and synthesis method. It is clear from the results that the children improved several swimming skills during the training, the greatest improvement has been observed at the swimming skill of submerging the whole head into water, floating and turning from one flowing position to another. Generally, at least one child has improved in all swimming skills. The combined method was the best suited one for...
Training and preparation of swimmers Water Rescue
Marešová, Anna ; Svobodová, Irena (advisor) ; Kašpar, Ladislav (referee)
This thesis looks into a preparation and training of lifeguards during one year training cycle. The objective of this thesis is monitoring (tracking) changes of functional indicators (heart rate) over the period of one year training for lifeguards. My thesis is divided into several parts. Theoretical part is mapping history of lifeguarding and origins of Lifesaving sport. It is focused on disciplines of this sport, specifics of the training and selected functional indicators. The practical part is divided on survey and reflexion (result) part. The survey is recording changes of heart rate in selected phases of a year training cycle. The reflection part is processing results. During a practical part have been used methods of observation, questioning, testing, statistics- collecting and analysing data. KEYWORDS  Lifeguard service  Swimming  Lifesaving sport  Year training cycle  heart rate  sport tester
Choice of swimming method, the most common mistakes when swimming with applicants for study at the Faculty of Education of Charles University
Papežová, Šárka ; Svobodová, Irena (advisor) ; Pokorný, Ladislav (referee)
TITLE The Choice of the swimming method, the most common mistakes when swimming with applicants for study at the Faculty of Education of Charles University AUTHOR Šárka Papežová DEPARTMENT Department of physical education SUPERVISOR PaedDr. Irena Svobodová ABSTRACT This thesis deals with the choice of swimming strokes in entrance examinations for a study at the College of Education, Charles University, and it also analyses the most common mistakes in individual swimming strokes with reference to accepted swimming rules. The problem is approached from the perspective of academic field of Physical Education and Teaching for Kindergartens and it is analysed with view of sex and age of the candidates. The thesis also turns to the characteristics of individual swimming strokes and mistakes in swimming. Statistical analysis of 5 years of records of entrance examinations were used in preparation of this thesis. KEYWORDS Swimming method, the front crawl, the breaststroke, the backstroke, respiration during swimming, statistic, physical education, teaching for infant school
Analysis of the four-year training cycle butterfly swimmer
Šetek, Štěpán ; Svobodová, Irena (advisor) ; Hájková, Jana (referee)
TITTLE Analysis of the dolphin swimmer's four-year training session. AUTHOR Bc. Štěpán Šetek DEPARTMENT Department of physical education SUPERVISOR PaedDr. Irena Svobodová ABSTRACT The theme and aim of the work is to analyze the four-year training cycle of a swimmer specializing in bowling discipline. In the theoretical part, the work is devoted to the characteristics of swimming performance, swimming skills, swimming method of butterflies and its history and last but not least to the training process in swimming. The research part of the thesis deals mainly with the documentation of swimming training. Examiners' training records are recorded, which show the training process from four annual training cycles from 2006 to 2010. The general ones are studied with special indicators and their influence on the observed swimming disciplines. Conclusions could be a guide for trainers in how to change the preparation and thus improve the performance of their wardens. KEYWORDS Analysis, swimming, training cycle training indicators, performance, training load, motor skills
Influence of cycling focus on the performance gains for cyclists on road and mountain biking
Pomezný, Lukáš ; Svobodová, Irena (advisor) ; Dlouhý, Martin (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the training that is applied in the course of the concentration and how this training for cyclists on mountain and road cycles influences the subsequent comparison of their results, which is done through functional load diagnostics. It also deals with the history and rules of cycling, a description of cycling races and cycling specific sport training. The work is divided into several parts. The first part deals with the development of road and mountain biking, its history, technical parameters of the bicycle, division of racing disciplines and categories in road and mountain cycling. The second part deals with sports training and sports training components specific to cycling, supercompensation, periodization of sports training and concentration. The third part is research, where the research sample, the course of the tests, the measured values and the results are described. Keywords Cycling, road bike, mountain bike, performance, movement abilities, cyclist
Level of motor skills in young school-age basketball players
Lasovská, Věra ; Hájková, Jana (advisor) ; Svobodová, Irena (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to ascertain the level of motor skills of basketball players of younger school age. The thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. The theoretical part summarises knowledge obtained from scientific literature, defines fundamental terms related to the issue and clarifies the links between them. The theoretical part includes a definition of the UNIFITTEST 6 - 60 testing method, which appears to be the most suitable form of testing pupils aged 8 to 10 on the basis of scientific literature. The practical part focuses on the actual testing of pupils. The aim of the thesis is to compare the results of pupils obtained in the Prague Sokol Organization who do sports actively also outside of school with those of pupils who only do sports as part of their compulsory education and just have the number of PE lessons the law stipulates for primary education. By comparing the obtained results, it will be possible to determine whether pupils who do sports only at school can reach the results of pupils in the Prague Sokol Organization. On the basis of this finding we may assume which pupils are talented and can be worked with further so as to allow their potential talent to develop.
Movement games in school club
Boková, Pavlína ; Kuhnová, Věra (advisor) ; Svobodová, Irena (referee)
ANNOTATION: This bachelor thesis deals with the use, movement and distribution of games in the group. In the theoretical part of the briefly described and defined motion games. They are treated in more detail in the chapter on the role of educators and movement games in the group. Part of the job is the questionnaire survey conducted electronically. The questionnaire is the current state of play in the games between education and skills in schools. KEYWORDS: Game, the movement, school suite, the younger school age, personality development
Biological and social factors ice hockey players at different performance levels
Gebhart, Martin ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Svobodová, Irena (referee)
TITLE: Biological and social factors of ice hockey players at different performance levels AUTHOR: Bc. Martin Gebhart DEPARTMENT: Department of Physical Education SUPERVISOR: PaedDr. Ladislav Pokorný ABSTRACT: The thesis explores a biological and social factors of ice hockey players at various performance levels in the category of men. Defines the differences in values that arise from these factors when changing the performance level and building a team. The work also characterizes the construction of the team in terms of basic biological and social indicators, defines the profile of the player that is characteristic for performance level. The thesis explores basic biological parameters of the player, assumptions for sport performance, especially from the point of view of somatotype. It also learns about the social problems of sport, the characteristics of the sports team and it is engaged in organizing ice hockey competitions, especially by canceling some junior category competitions and by reorganizing competitions of the regional men's league. KEYWORDS: Biological Factors, Social Factors, Somatotype, team composition, ice hockey

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