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Performance progression and training for heptathlon
Komínková, Linda ; Vindušková, Jitka (advisor) ; Feher, Jan (referee)
Performance progression and training for heptathlon Objectives: This bachelor thesis deals with my personal performance progression and training in basic and special period of heptathlete training. We will evaluate my own training plans from year 2003 to year 2010. Tasks: The aim of this work is to evaluate and to judge my personal performance development. From the analysis of my training plans we want to find out the cause of my early stagnation and decreasing performance in athletic heptathlon. Methods: This work uses methods of analysis and comparison. Results: We found that the highest performance was when I was fifteen. Early performance stagnation in 2008-2009 was caused by unsystematic training and too week training impulses in view of previous years. The next decrease performance in 2009-20010 was due to low training load and loss of weight. Keywords: athletic heptathlon, basic and special period of heptathelete training, performance progression, stagnation and decreasing performance
Kinesiological overview of evaluation methods of sprinting and hurdling in track and field.
Sachová, Zuzana ; Kaplan, Aleš (advisor) ; Feher, Jan (referee)
Title Kinesiological overview of evaluation methods of sprinting and hurdling in track and field. Objectives The objective of this thesis was to analyse the possibilities of kinesiological evaluation as described in the literature, especially with regard to understand sprinting and hurdling in track and field; to familiarize myself with the possibilities of a complete evaluation of sprinting and hurdling, and then to try to raise a kinesiograph of the movements of a hurdler in intentionally selected photosequences. Methods This thesis is focused on the possibilities of kineological evaluation of sprinting and hurdling in track and field. It's based on a review of selected scientific publications about human motion system, general kinesiology, kinesiology of pelvis and lower limbs, descriptions and techniques of sprinting and hurdling and special kinesiology of sprinting and hurdling in track and field. Furthermore, indirect observation and watching videos of top hurdlers in motion were also used for the selection of intentional photosequences to attempt a kinesiological evaluation of hurdling. Results Through relevant scientific publications - 71 published on print and 9 on electronic media - I realised that kinesiological evaluation of sprinting and especially of hurdling is very difficult and...
Sprinter's training analysis
Vostatková, Pavlína ; Kaplan, Aleš (advisor) ; Feher, Jan (referee)
Thema works: Sprinter's training analysis Student: Pavlína Vostatková Supervisor: Dr. Alex Kaplan, Ph.D. Aims: The analysis of the sprinter's training process based on the annual training cycle (RTC) in terms of methodological procedure, how to use the resources of special training indicators (STU), their volume and intensification of applications in various stages of sports training. Comparison of uniform training system and recommendations for sprinters of comparable level of performance with the reality of comprehensive evaluation of the training program of selected sprinter. Methodology: The content analysis of training diary was used as a method of the thesis.We obtained and reviewed selected general training indicators (OTU) and STU for sprinters in athletics from the training diary. In OTU section we focused on volume of training days and training units while total loadtime and number of days of training restrictions due to medical disability. InSTU, we focused especially on the development of acceleration and maximum speed (totalvolume in km), the development of speed endurance (km) development of dynamic forces through running with load (km), further bouncing I and II (evaluated in number of repetitions) and strengthening with the load above 20% of the body weight(estimated in t onnes)....
Use of games in Athletic Preparatory
Teplý, Lukáš ; Feher, Jan (advisor) ; Vindušková, Jitka (referee)
Title: Use of games in Athletic Preparatory Objective: To compare theory from scholarly literature with practice of trainers in athletic preparatory training in terms of leading a trainig unit, involving playful activities and arranging them methodically to support development of motoric skills. Methods: In my study, I used a method of direct, unstructured, and straight observance, and a method of content analysis from the literature list presented. Results: On the bases of the observance method it was found that the work of observed trainers corresponds, with some exeptions, to the scholarly literature that deals with the issue. Thus a hypothesis was confirmed that involving and methodical setting of playful activities by athletic trainers coincides with common rules of the training unit's structure. This coincidence was reached in 95%. Keywords: motoric skills, playful elements, sensitive period, versatility, motivation Powered by TCPDF (
Children athletics
Dubský, Petr ; Vindušková, Jitka (advisor) ; Feher, Jan (referee)
Children athletics Objectives: This bachelor thesis deals with the training of athletes between ages 12 and 15 (younger and older pupils) in athletics in selected disciplines. Furthermore, techniques in various disciplines were analyzed. The aim of this work was to determine the current level of technique advancement of athletes between ages 12 and 15 (younger and older pupils) in the athletic club SC Radotín Prague. We expected that the technical level in selected athletic events will not be at a very high level. The method: In this work we used these methods: observation, descriptive analysis. Results: From the video records and image sequences we got to know that the technical level of students was not at the highest level, but not at the worst. It corresponds with the average technical level of athletes in the age group of 12-15 years. Key words: athletics, children, long jump, high jump, shot put, techniques
Movement activity in children with ADHD: Literature review
Mečířová, Martina ; Kaplan, Aleš (advisor) ; Feher, Jan (referee)
Thema works: Movement activity in childern with ADHD: Literature review Goal: The goal was to make literature review about children with ADHD and learn how to involve these children in movement activities. Methods: Thesis was made as a theoretical study in the form of a literature review, focusing on the summary of current findings about movement activities in children with ADHD. Results: I studied scientific books, papers and articles dealing with children with ADHD and I thought about the possibilities of using movement activity in children with ADHD. In most of these publications authors focus on pre-school age children just marginally. More attention have children visiting first and second degree schools. In this time they meet physical education there, which may lead to first detection of ADHD. Keywords: ADHD, hyperactivity, movement activity, physical education
Impact of stimulation of power abilities on balance
Škoda, Jan ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Feher, Jan (referee)
3 ABSTRACT Title of thesis: Impact of stimulation of power abilities on balance Aim of thesis: Verification of effectiveness of power workouts for stable and unstable supporting surfaces and the impact thereof on balance. Methods: An experimental method was used, with two groups of probands completing a three-month power training programme. The programme included power workouts with balance equipment for the first group and similar power workouts on a stable mat for the second group. The whole power training programme was elaborated in the degree thesis by Štohanzl (2010). All probands underwent an entrance, check-up and final testing with our monitoring of the impact of power training on balance development. Results: Our results did not confirm direct connection with more effective development while using unstable surfaces. Key words: balance abilities, stability, stabilometry, balance equipment, power abilities
Athletics in elementary school
Trávníček, Martin ; Vindušková, Jitka (advisor) ; Feher, Jan (referee)
THE TITLE OF THE THESIS Athletics in elementary school THE TARGET OF THE THESIS The target of the thesis is a comparison of four-year-grade performance in the chosen athletics disciplines reached by boys from the second grade of two elementary schools. In one of them expanded sport education is taught. Next we want to draw a comparison of the relation between pupils' extracurricular sport activity and their performance in the chosen athletics disciplines. THE METOD The thesis is elaborated as a observational study. Within the research the method of collecting data - panel survey is applied. Data of these athletics disciplines are elaborated in the research: running at 60 m, long jump, shot - put and high jump. There is also used the inquiry method on the subject of extracurricular sport activities. CONCLUSION The gathered data concerning the chosen athletics disciplines of pupils from the elementary school with expanded sport education prove a higher growth performance. From the inquiry was found out that two thirds of respondents engage in extracurricular sport activities and their performance grew more continuously in the chosen athletics disciplines than the performance of those respondents who did not devote to these activities. KEY WORDS Athletics, performance, elementary school, extracurricular sport...
The abalysis of the run of sprinter by means of the software Dartfish
Feher, Jan ; Kaplan, Aleš (advisor) ; Hojka, Vladimír (referee)
6 Abstract Title: The analysis of the run of sprinter by means of the software Dartfish Objectives: The objective of this thesis is the presentation of use of possibilities of software for the analysis of sport performance in the sprint for 100 m and consequently evaluation of the structure of sport performance in the sprint for 100 m in selected races Methods: The method of the analysis of the video recording by means of the software Dartfish and the method of comparison was used in the thesis. The method of analysis was applied for the recorded sprints for 100 m. The method of comparison was used for the mutual comparison of analysed sprints. The use of this programme was evaluated during acquiring data from the video recording. Results: I found out, that the software programme Dartfish is fully suitable for the analysis of sport performances in the sprints for 100 m. The outstanding positive part is also the fact, that this software product enables both qualitative and quantitative analysis and fully discloses the structure of run. The programme could be also applied in the training process, where it could be used for the improvement of the run technique due to great quantity of quality feedback information which it provides. Keywords: sport performance, athletics, sprint, structure of sport performance,...

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