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Individual performance development of young female hepathletes
Komínková, Linda ; Vindušková, Jitka (advisor) ; Kaplan, Aleš (referee)
Name: Individual performance development of young female heptathletes Objectives: The aim of this study was to evaluate and judge performance development of young female czech heptathletes aged between 16 and 19 years old. From the analysis their personal performance development and other factors that may affect their performance we want to find out which of them have the best assumptions to succeed in athletic heptathlon. Methods: The work was a qualitative research. Specifically, it was a case study. We collected data through document analysis methods. We evaluated performance development of each selected athlete. We used the comparison method to compare the performance development of each athlete considering to other heptathletes and Eliška Klučinová. Using a semi-structured interview we researched another information about their training and social, psychological, health and somatic assumption, which may affect their further performance growth. Results: From the point of view of the long term athlete development it is positive, that all athletes competed in heptathlon, but we think that Jana Novotná, Barbora Zatloukalová, Denisa Majerová and Tereza Vokálová have the best assumptions for athletic heptathlon. Jana Novotná and Barbora Zatloukalová have balanced performance in all events of...
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

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