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Mobile application as a personal trainer
Dzúriková, Veronika
Bachelor thesis deals with the development of Android application for sport trainers and active people. Application design consisted of specification of the requirements, database design and activity diagram under which was then implemented. Active Android ORM was chosen for the database mapping with the DAO objects, Java AsyncTask class to deal with multithreading, and native Google text-to-speech technology for speaking during the training sessions.
The possibilities of virtual reality as a training tool in sports games - on the example of a chosen sports game
Rulík, Adam ; Perič, Tomáš (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: The possibilities of virtual reality as a training tool in sports games - on the example of a chosen sports game Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to find relations between variables consisting of selected hockey-specific skills and cognitive functions. Methods: Result evaluation was done via descriptive statistics (average result of research group, standard deviation) and correlational analysis (Pearson (common), canonical). Results: Research group was made of 197 probands (ice hockey players), whose ages were between thirteen and fifteen years. All probands performed eight tests in virtual reality, whereas first four of them focused on cognitive functions and the remaining four on hockey-specific skills. In case of hockey-specific skills, players accomplished following outcomes: release time (percentile) x=92,54+3,24 spatial orientation (percentile) x=70,07+14,29 looking for open lanes (percentile) x=59,64 +9,73 verbal communication (percentile) x=54,03+23,50 correct decision (percentile) x=58,87+14,98. In case of cognitive functions, players accomplished following outcomes: recognition time (percentile) x=83,23+4,28 multiple objects tracking (percentile) x=49,03+14,59 detail recognition (percentile) x=91,11+14,20 time-movement anticipation (percentile) x=61,19+16,33 peripheral vision...
Selective respiratory parameters and training of female tennis players
Pacholek, Jakub ; Kočíb, Tomáš (advisor) ; Heller, Jan (referee)
Title: Selective respiratory parameters and training of female tennis players Objectives: The focus of this essay was to gather information on the respiratory parameters of twin female tennis players and compare them with the general population and elite female players; both in the field and in controlled environment. Furthermore, we used results from the field and the controlled environment to create respiratory training for our twin players. Methods: We used analysis, comparison and conversation methods. The analysis method was applied to respiratory parameters of our twin players and the comparison method was then used to compare the results with the general population and elite players. With the structured conversation method, gathered data from our twin players for individual experience during the training with POWERbreathe. Results: The respiratory parameters of our twin players were average compared to the general population and below average compared to elite players. Laboratory and field results showed different results of VO2max. Training with POWERbreathe, with increasing resistance, helped our player N with breathing Keywords: twins, respiratory, training, tennis
Warming-up and toning in foolball
Slicho, Tomáš ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Hojka, Vladimír (referee)
Title: Warm-up and toning in football Objectives: Comparison of the two types of warm-ups on repeated tests of explosive force of upper, lower limbs, acceleration and agility test. Methods: The research group consisted of 17 players in the category of U15, who passed four tests of two selected types of warm-ups, warm-up with toning and warm-up without toning. The measured tests consisted of a acceleration test to 30 meters, a shuttle run, a medicine ball throw and a long jump. A total of three training sessions were measured, with a weekly pause between tests, within a field training experiment. In the result part we used the method of analysis to analyze the results of all tests. The comparison was used to compare the results of all tests after two different types of warming-ups. The measured values were processed by using tables and graphs. Results: The values of the players in the tests after the toning warm-up were better than the results of the players after the warm-up without toning but on the limit of a low substantive signifikance. The biggest difference was in the acceleration test to 30 meters, the smallest difference was in the throw of the medicine ball. The first hypothesis was not confirmed but the second one was succesfully confirmed. Summary: Even when the results we measured did...
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
Anticipation sources and interaction during the serve return
Reischlová, Eliška ; Carboch, Jan (advisor) ; Kočíb, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Anticipation sources and interaction during the serve return Objectives: The objectives of this diploma thesis are to explore what kinds of anticipatory resources elite tennis players perceive and which ones they take in consideration when returning the service. Methods: The qualitative type of research was used in this diploma thesis, specifically a case study. Professional tennis players were chosen and their ATP emplacement is from 26th to 163th in the world. Five of the chosen tennis players only train now, two of them train and also play and the other two only play. Their age varies from 25 to 43 years old. A method of review with instruction was used, the review had seven questions and lasted approximately 30-60 minutes during which the players thought in detail of key factors that they use for anticipation the service. The second phase of the research was a transcription of the review, its coding and analysis. Results: In this diploma thesis there is a description of individual themes that point out to other anticipatory resources which tennis players examine during their matches. Tennis players examine contextual and kinematic resources that help them to anticipate the service during the match. It was also found that tennis trainers do not use anticipation and returning the service...
Swimming training of U11 - U15 categories in modern pentathlon clubs in the Czech Republic
Valentová, Klára ; Čechovská, Irena (advisor) ; Zenáhlík, Aleš (referee)
Title: Swimming training of U11 - U15 categories in modern pentathlon clubs in the Czech Republic. Aims: The aim of this thesis was to find out what does the swimming training in U11 - U15 categories look like in major and the most successful modern penatathlon clubs in the Czech Republic. By the means of evaluation of training data from these clubs and their comparison to the competition results a conclusion was drawn about which method is the most effective in the training of swimming discipline. This thesis should confirm or disprove the assumption, the higher is the rating of the training process, the better competiton results are achieved. Not only for the training of swimming discipline, the same research is also made for the whole training in modern pentathlon with the same assumptions. Methods: The data from selected pentathlon clubs about their training process were obtained by the method of questioning. The competition results were obtained through public access on the official website of the Czech Union of Modern Pentathlon. The training data was processed and evaluated by converting them to a comparable quantitative level using scoring, weighting factors, or averaging. The competition data were processed by analyzing the competition results. The method of data comparing was used to draw...
In-line skating and in-line hockey as training tool for summer training in ice hockey
Šerf, Jakub ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Kašpar, Ladislav (referee)
The aim of this bachelor's thesis is to find out with questionnaire and compare the use of in-line skating in the summer preparation of the ice hockey team on different levels of performance and age. Name of thesis: In-line skating and in-line hockey as training tool for summer training in ice hockey Author: Jakub Šerf Tutor: PaedDr. Ladislav Pokorný Department: Department of physical education and sport Aim of the thesis: Chart and compare the use of in-line skating in the summer preparation of ice hockey teams at different age and performance levels in the Czech Republic. Methodology: Methods used in the thesis are questionnaire and comparison Conclusion: Charting the use of in-line skating in the summer preparation of ice hockey players. Coaches do not often include in-line skating in summer training sessions. They use it more as a complementary activity in the form of in-line hockey than the training of special skills. Key words: In-line skating, in-line hockey, training, summer training, ice hockey
Level of motor skills in ice hockey and floorball players at a younger school age
Škrétová, Gabriela ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Hájková, Jana (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with comparison of physical abilities of younger school pupils in ice hockey and floorball. The thesis is divided into two parts. In the first part, the thesis deals with the theory that summarizes all information about ice hockey and floorball among pupils of younger school age. There are also theoretically processed chapters on motor abilities, annual training plan and regeneration and compensation exercises. The main aim of this work is to map and compare the level of motor abilities after a one-year training cycle in 2018 and 2019 for younger school age players in ice hockey and floorball using motor tests. Secondary objectives are to measure the increase in dexterity, endurance, strength after a one-year training cycle for ice hockey and floorball players. To map the negative effects of sport training on posture for ice hockey and floorball players and to develop a draft compensation exercise program for ice hockey and floorball players. In the second part, the thesis deals with the comparison of the level of motoric abilities of younger school pupils in ice hockey and floorball by measuring motor skills. Individual motor skills with results are elaborated into individual graphs. Then there is an interview with Mgr. Zuzana Jiřičková, who deals with areas of stress,...

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