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Rowing machine in the sports training of rowers
Jermář, Adam ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Kainová, Lucie (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the use of a rowing machine in the sports training of rowers from the perspective of the age of rowers, when they start training on the simulator, ways and motivation of training, opinions on appropriateness, frequency and forms of training for the summer and the winter period. The characteristics of rowing, the division of rowing disciplines and categories, the specifics of fitness training and training equipment of rowers are mentioned in the theoretical part. A questionnaire survey was carried out on racing and recreational rowers in the practical part. KEYWORDS Rowing, rowing machine, sports training, motivation, winter preparation, summer preparation, physical fitness, endurance, strength
Comparison of level of motoric abilities of children in the period prepubescence with and without sports specialization
Štechmüller, David ; Kregl, Jan (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
Title of bachelor thesis: Comparison of level of motoric abilities of children in the period prepubescence with and without sports specialization Author: David Štechmüller Supervisior: Mgr. Jan Krégl Aim: The aim of bachelor thesis is to determine the average improvement and total performance of the testing group of ice hockey players in comparison with children from two selected primary schools in the test battery unifittest (6-60) during two testing periods. Methods: Comparison of both groups and their subsequent assessment on average. The research method of this bachelor thesis was used observing - measuring. Testig took place with children born in 2011/2012 (U6-U7). The unifittest battery (6-60) was selected to measure performances. Results: In this thesis was detected that nobody from the group of ice hockey players got to below-average values and lower in any test battery discipline. The overwhelming majority (94%) got to more than average values of testing in the final testing. By way of contrast, children from primary schools didn't achieve such an improvement and their performances had mostly average values all the time of measuring. Keywords: Unifittest, motoric abilities, speed, skilfulness, endurence, power, younger school age, prepubescence
Use of Crossfit in condition preparation in junior Ice Hockey players
Drda, Jakub ; Bunc, Václav (advisor) ; Kaplan, Aleš (referee)
Title: Use of Crossfit in junior ice hockey pre-season training Objectives: Main idea of this thesis was to prove, that Crossfit is usefull in ice hockey while pre-season. We aimed to proved crossfit improvment at generally condition presupposition, compare to other training method. Main area of condition were speed and power presupposition. Methods: In our thesis we used a method of analysis and a method of comparison. We apllied the method of analysis in pre-season of ice hockey and the method of comparison in comparing the two different types of training method. We used Crossfit as training method, which was applied on junior hockey team in second junior hockey league in Czech Republic. In the period under consideration of the performance stage we assess the change of power and speed performances of the ice hockey players. To assassmnet we used battery of test which is identify for Czech junior hockey league. Most improvement was observed in power presupposition on lower body. Results: This thesis proved that Crossfit can be used in pre-season training oj junior hockey. At the same time proved that explosive power assumption on players which used Crossfit like training method. Largest effect of progression were at explosive power presupposition. This result was in skater jumps. Keywords:...
The relationship between selected conditional abilities and performance in white water slalom (category C1).
Busta, Jan ; Suchý, Jiří (advisor) ; Lehnert, Michal (referee) ; Bielik, Viktor (referee)
The aim of the study was to identify the relationship between selected fitness skills and the performance demonstrated in nomination races (NR) to the Czech Republic national team (NT) and for the Olympic Games. At the same time, we wanted to determine the optimal level of conditioning assumptions and define a model single-canoe sportsman. We were also searching to determine the differences between Senior NT and Junior NT. The research sample (n=17) of the Czech highest competitions series (Czech Cup) participated in testing to determine level of strength, endurance and partly speed assumptions. There were also measured anthropometric parameters (body dimensions and composition) in detail. Testing took place only 5 weeks before NR. The condition indicators were subsequently correlated with the NR performance. For indicators for which significant and at least moderate correlation were found, the possibility of performance prediction was also found. The highest correlations with performance were found in case of on-water sprints: 20m (rs=0,65), 40m (rs=0,86, resp. rs=0,62), 80m (rs=0,58) and 200m (rs=0,795). The on-water sprints are the only indicators, which could be possibly used for the NR performance prediction. In multiple regression of the 2 40m and 1 200m sprints was found high determination...
"Sinking Islands" and the United Nations Security Council
Bruner, Tomáš ; Hynek, Nikola (advisor) ; Bílková, Veronika (referee) ; Karlas, Jan (referee)
Certain Small Island Developing States (hereinafter the "SIDS") such as Kiribati or Tuvalu are often incorrectly called "sinking islands" because their highest points are located just a few meters above the sea level. Sea level rise may turn their territories to uninhabitable land gradually disappearing beneath the tide. Worsening of the environmental conditions causes internal displacement, migration and other problems. SIDS repeatedly brought their plight to the United Nations Security Council (the "UNSC") during its meetings in 2007, 2011, 2015, 2018 and 2019. They demanded that the UNSC should deal with their situation as a potential security issue and safeguard more equal distribution of environmental security risks and costs. During the UNSC negotiations, various states attempted to interpret and re-interpreted the UNSC mandate in order to suit their interests. The representatives of SIDS suggested that the UNSC should be a body based on the principles of distributive justice decision-making and thus safeguard fairer sharing of threats and burdens, including those of environmental character. The rapidly developing states strongly opposed; they implicitly claimed that the UNSC should be based rather on the principles of commutative justice, i.e. decide in strictly given situations of violations of...
Extreme obstacle racing
Simandl, Radek ; Hájková, Jana (advisor) ; Rotková, Hana (referee)
Extreme obstacle racing is a brand new sporting industry that is currently developing most not only in Europe but also around the world. I focused mainly on introducing this new sport in order to find out different level of the motor skills of beginners and professionals. In the theoretical part of my work, I defined what is characteristic for this sport and why it is so famous and wanted today. In the practical part, using the proposed test battery, I tested all the motor skills of beginners and professionals in order to identify the real physical differences between them. As a result of these facts, methods of testing, observation, processing, evaluation, analysis and statistics of data, along with the study of professional literature, were used. Based on the established hypotheses, I asked questions that I had in my opinions and attitudes to the beginners and professionals of this thriving sport. Through research and testing, we have found that professionals are certainly more dominant in motor skills than beginners with overall predominance in all underlying motor tests that included speed, endurance, strength and coordination tests. The benefit of this work is the analysis and introduction of a new sporting industry, including the main discovery of real differences between beginners and...
The relationship between selected conditional abilities and performance in white water slalom (category C1).
Busta, Jan ; Suchý, Jiří (advisor) ; Lehnert, Michal (referee) ; Bielik, Viktor (referee)
The aim of the study was to identify the relationship between selected fitness skills and the performance demonstrated in nomination races (NR) to the Czech Republic national team (NT) and for the Olympic Games. At the same time, we wanted to determine the optimal level of conditioning assumptions and define a model single-canoe sportsman. We were also searching to determine the differences between Senior NT and Junior NT. The research sample (n=17) of the Czech highest competitions series (Czech Cup) participated in testing to determine level of strength, endurance and partly speed assumptions. There were also measured anthropometric parameters (body dimensions and composition) in detail. Testing took place only 5 weeks before NR. The condition indicators were subsequently correlated with the NR performance. For indicators for which significant and at least moderate correlation were found, the possibility of performance prediction was also found. The highest correlations with performance were found in case of on-water sprints: 20m (rs=0,65), 40m (rs=0,86, resp. rs=0,62), 80m (rs=0,58) and 200m (rs=0,795). The on-water sprints are the only indicators, which could be possibly used for the NR performance prediction. In multiple regression of the 2 40m and 1 200m sprints was found high determination...
"Sinking Islands" and the United Nations Security Council
Bruner, Tomáš ; Hynek, Nikola (advisor) ; Bílková, Veronika (referee) ; Karlas, Jan (referee)
Certain Small Island Developing States (hereinafter the "SIDS") such as Kiribati or Tuvalu are often incorrectly called "sinking islands" because their highest points are located just a few meters above the sea level. Sea level rise may turn their territories to uninhabitable land gradually disappearing beneath the tide. Worsening of the environmental conditions causes internal displacement, migration and other problems. SIDS repeatedly brought their plight to the United Nations Security Council (the "UNSC") during its meetings in 2007, 2011, 2015, 2018 and 2019. They demanded that the UNSC should deal with their situation as a potential security issue and safeguard more equal distribution of environmental security risks and costs. During the UNSC negotiations, various states attempted to interpret and re-interpreted the UNSC mandate in order to suit their interests. The representatives of SIDS suggested that the UNSC should be a body based on the principles of distributive justice decision-making and thus safeguard fairer sharing of threats and burdens, including those of environmental character. The rapidly developing states strongly opposed; they implicitly claimed that the UNSC should be based rather on the principles of commutative justice, i.e. decide in strictly given situations of violations of...
Analýza soustav 5-ti těles s vazbami s pasivním účinkem
Podešva, Adam ; Marcián, Petr (referee) ; Fuis, Vladimír (advisor)
This work deals with the solution of systems of 5–bodies with passive effect (NNTP). Firstly, the theoretical and physical laws of statics are described and specific systems are solved. Important elements of the solution are kinematic analysis, system loosening, subsequent static analysis, equilibrium equations, their solution and analysis of results. In the first system, the influence of the passive effects and the change in the diameter of the pulley on the resulting force effects in the ropes are examined. Furthermore, in the second system, the work is extended by changing the trajectory of the movement of the body (weight) by means of an inclined plane, resulting in changes in the magnitude of the forces in the bonds. At the end of the work, the emphasis is on checking the bodies for rollover.

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