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Combined event training
Klučinová, Eliška ; Vindušková, Jitka (advisor) ; Komínková, Linda (referee)
Author: Bc. Eliška Klučinová Title: HEPTATHLONIST'S TRAINING Objectives: The main objective of this work is to evaluate my own performance development in relation to the training completed. This work is focused mainly on the year 2014, in which the Czech record was broken. The second objective is to compare and evaluate the composition of the training under the guidance of three different coaches and to evaluate the entire career of the heptathlete. Methods: This work uses methods of analysis and comparison. Results: The analysis of performance development discloses a gradual increase in performance in relation to the training completed. During the analysis of the training macrocycle 2013/2014, possible causes of the increase in performance were found, especially in the explosive strength training. When comparing individual coaching approaches certain insufficiencies and advantages in the composition of training and training methods were revealed. A power-oriented training was the most suitable considering my somatotype. Conclusion: In my career, I managed to reach my maximum in European and world competition (3rd place EAICH 2015, 4th place WAICH 2018, 7th place WACH 2013). The main limits, due to which I did not achieve better results, were mainly insufficient level of speed skills and health...
Training and performance development of female heptathlete
Odvárková, Lucie ; Vindušková, Jitka (advisor) ; Komínková, Linda (referee)
Title: Training and performance development of female heptathlete Objectives: The main objective of balchelor thesis is to evaluate my own performance development in connection with the completed training. The second objective is to mainly compare with the top czech heptathletes Eliška Klučinová and Kateřina Cachová and also with the heptathlete and UK FTVS student Linda Komínková. Methods: The methods of qualitative analysis, comparative method, self-analysis and self- reflection have been used in the thesis. Results: In the performance analysis, we found that the highest performance was achieved at the age of 22, i.e. in 2018. During the comparison of my results against the results of Eliška Klučinová and Kateřina Cachová I found that the highest performance differences have began to manifest in the specialized stage of training. During the comparison of my results with Linda Komínková I have found that my speed assumptions began to manifest at the turn of the basic and specialized stage, when I gradually started winning against Linda in speed disciplines. On the contrary, I have come to the conclusion that the strength disciplines have never been my strong side. Keywords: athletics, heptathlon, training, performance, self-analysis
Individual performance development of female heptathles
Sontáková, Lenka ; Vindušková, Jitka (advisor) ; Tilinger, Pavel (referee)
Title: Individual performance development of female heptathletes Objectives: The aim of the study was to determine the efficiency of racing performance female heptathles and use these results to analyze the evolution of performance in the heptathlon. Using a statistical program to compare the results ERP Czech and world female heptathles and discover their similarities or differences. The results also indicate the development of Czech and world record in the heptathlon and compare it with the best in individual years. Methods: The work was a qualitative research. Evaluation was based on data collected through the method of analysis of documents. Data were obtained from score cards and tables. When comparing the best performances EZV and development of Czech and world record I use the method of comparison and retrospective analysis of documents. I further data analyzed with descriptive statistics. Results: It was found that the results EZV Czech and world female heptathles is not a statistically significant difference. However, even if the results are similar EZV best performances Czech female heptathles are lower. Development of the world record since 1988 is unchanged, but the best performances of each year tend to have a downward trend. In contrast, the Czech record in the heptathlon was...
Individual performance development of female heptathletes
Sontáková, Lenka ; Vindušková, Jitka (advisor) ; Hojka, Vladimír (referee)
Title: Individual performance development of female heptathletes Objectives: The aim of the study was to evaluate the evolution and dynamics of performance of nine female heptathletes and estimate the following development of their performances. We evaluated the performance of each discipline of heptathlon and performances in the heptathlon during their entire athletic career so far. Methods: The work was a qualitative research, where the evaluation was based on data collected through document analysis methods. Data were obtained from the results lists and tables. We evaluated the individual dynamics of performance of athlete. We used the method of comparison and prediction based on a retrospective analysis. Results: It was confirmed that the greatest growth of performance is in youth and junior age, then the growth slows down. It was found that female heptathletes current and prior to year 2001 had similar growth rate of performance, but current female heptathletes have higher level of performance. It was found that the length of career will be around 15 years. Keywords: athletic, pentathlon, heptathlon, analysis, performance
Technique Problems in Women Combined Events
Korešová, Jana ; Vindušková, Jitka (advisor) ; Krátký, Petr (referee)
TECHNIQUE PROBLEMS IN WOMEN COMBINED EVENTS Objectives: The aim of this work is to describe and find out the mistakes of technique in each technical event of heptathlon. The next goal of this analysis was estimating technical levels of competitress's technical performance with attempt about correction of technical performance. Targets: Gathering of required documentation - letters and records of athletic training and previous seasons' competitions. (training diaries, videorecordings and analysis completed with own memories and experiences.) Further is a formation and comparison of photo sequences made from loaded videorecordings. Methods: In our thesis we used a method of analysis and a method of comparison. We apllied the method of analysis in each event and the method of comparison in comparing of the photo sequences in one event or searching of common signs and mistakes of technical performance. Results: We found out the mistakes in competitress's technical performance of heptathlon's events. We confirmed that the discipline with smallest efficiency contain biggest (basic) mistakes in technical performance, and this discipline was trained in youth infrequently. We found out similar mistakes of technique, that are detect in all disciplines. We found out low differentiation in competitress's...

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