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Practice of attention skills in primary schooling
Haladová, Kateřina ; Viktorová, Ida (advisor) ; Trpišovská, Dobromila (referee)
This Master's thesis aims to introduce attention-improving games in primary schooling and record its effect on pupils. The theoretical part considers the definition of attention of primary school pupils. The empirical part analyzes the results of group exercises in early primary school age. It covers 24 pupils over 4 months. They are split into two groups to better monitor the performances in detail. The observations were done by the class teacher and her assistant. The research was conducted in a primary school in Prague 5 district. The data collection process involved observations and teacher's research notes. The measurements were conducted at the beginning and at the end of the observation period to statistically determine the effect of training. The thesis explores the means for a teacher to improve pupils' attention with a structured training and exercises. The results suggest that attention of pupils can be improved with specific training methods.
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...
The impact of a training on a children floorball player's level of motor skills
Čermáková, Eliška ; Urbářová, Eliška (advisor) ; Levínská, Kateřina (referee)
The popularity of floorball has been growing significantly. Floorball, as any other sport, is associated with certain health risks. Not only acute injuries but also chronic injuries have been connected with practicing sports. There is high risk of development of muscle imbalance, cumulative trauma disorders and chronic overuse, that negatively influence motor development of child. The aim of this diploma thesis was to evaluate the influence of corrective exercise on motor functions of young floorball players. Methodology: Two top Czech floorball teams of young boys has participated in the research. The observed group was composed of 79 players (Group A - 40 players, Group B - 39 players) aged 11 and 12 (the average age of 12,1 ± 0,6 SD). Short version of motor funciton test BOT-2 has been used to examine participants. Additional anamnestic data were used to run detailed analysis of factors influencing the test results. Results: The players of Tatran Střešovice and FbS Bohemians scored average percentiles of 63,45 ± 26,1 SD and 65,5 ± 27,8 SD respectively. That implies no impact of corrective exercise on results of motor funciton test (p = 0,74).However, the corrective exercise has decreased the risk of injury (p = 0,0183). The athletes playing for the team for more than 3 years have significantly...
The influence of fitness athletic training on the performance in throwing at a given target and throwing for distance
Libra, Miloš ; Přívětivý, Lubomír (advisor) ; Jebavý, Radim (referee)
Title The influence of fitness athletic training on the performance in throwing at a given target and throwing for distance. The aim of study The aim of this work is to provide and to review the influence of fitness athletic training on the performance in throwing at a given target and distance. 23 members of 312. CBRN battalion were chosen to take part on two competitions in throwing at the given target and throwing for distance. They competed in one discipline of military pentathlon. Methods In thesis were used a method of analysis and a method of comparison. The method of analysis was used in each event and the method of comparison in comparing results of the competitions. The method of synthesis is used in the conclusion. Result We found out that athletic training has a positive influence on performance in throwing at a given target and throwing for distance. Keywords discipline, pentathlon, sport technique, training, performance, training cycle
Development of movement preconditions focusing on children of younger school age in football.
Kopecký, David ; Bunc, Václav (advisor) ; Buzek, Mario (referee)
Title: Development of movement preconditions focusing on children of younger school age in football. Objectives: Designing adequate exercises for the development of movement skills for players in youth categories in football. Methods: In this thesis was used analysis of documents and other professional publications related to children's sports training in young age. The thesis focuses on children of younger school age especially on children aged 6 to 12. I was based on literature that deals with the approach in youth training, the collected data were used in creating a stack of exercises and recommendations for youth training. Literature was selected by key words: children, football, youth, development, training. I searched the literature using a database Sportdiscus a PubMed. Results: The result is a stack of exercises for the development of individual movement prerequisites and recommendations that summarizes, what the coach has to know if she/he wants to conduct training designed for the category from U7 to category U12. Furthermore, the recommendation describes how to develop individual movement preconditions in training. Key words: children, football, youth, development, training
Analysis of sports training of OCR competitors (Obstacle Course Racing).
Faltys, Lukáš ; Heller, Jan (advisor) ; Brtník, Tomáš (referee)
Title: The analysis of competitors' physical preparation OCR (Obstacle Course Racing). Objectives: The aim of this thesis was to provide the analysis of physical preparation used by the competitors of the obstacle course races. The analysis was completed for all major competitor ability-based classes and then compared among the categories. Methods: For data collection quantitative research was used, provided by the survey method. Its form was an online questionnaire. Results: The research has shown that the competitors of the enthusiast class - recreational athletes mostly value the experience and the adrenalin the obstacle course races bring them, overcoming own maximum, looking for new challenges etc. Those are the type of athletes who do not have high performance expectations, they are not oriented to perform at their highest of abilities. Although, they are still capable of winning. They win over themselves, happy when they manage to overcome own fears. They consider as winning not only expanding own physical and mental capacities, but also just the actual finishing of the race. Performance athletes, compared to the recreational ones, are able to plan their training sessions much more effectively and with better training goals. The performance oriented athletes are much more performance...
Flexibility for football players in the student category U14-U15
Horizral, Peter ; Kolbová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Černá, Jana (referee)
Title: Flexibility for football players in the student category U14 - U15 Objective: The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to help the questionnaire survey to monitor the use of basic gymnastics with a focus on the development of flexibility in the training of football players in the category of students (U14 - U15). The partial goal is to design a set of recommended exercises that can contribute to the development of flexibility. Methods: The research sample consisted of 6 football clubs (SK Slavia Prague, Bohemians 1905, SK Kladno, FC Košice, Lokomotíva Košice, Janočko Academy). To obtain information from the respondents, the method of qualitative questioning was chosen. We have created a non-standardized questionnaire, which is presented in an authentic form at the end of the bachelor's thesis (see appendices). We contacted the individual teams by phone and contacted the head coaches of the student categories. The selection of the sample was intentional, because we wanted to include the widest possible range in terms of performance and location (Slovakia, Czech Republic). Results: The results of the questionnaire survey showed that all football teams regularly include the means of basic gymnastics in the training process of football players in the student categories. We must also state that there...
The influence of Coloured Mini Volleyball on six-volleyball
Beránková, Terezie ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Kočíb, Tomáš (referee)
Title: The influence of Colored Mini Volleyball on six-volleyball Objective: The aims of this bachelor's theses is to find out, on the basis of gained information, how mini volleyball coaches approach the training of children at a young school age and how they develop their motoric skills and volleyball skills, and whether this form of volleyball can suitably prepare children for six-volleyball. Methods: Quantitative research with the method of questioning was chosen to meet this goal. The questionnaire was sent to the mini volleyball coaches by e-mail. The information obtained was discussed in the discussion part of the work and a conclusion was made from them. Results: The findings are displayed for better orientation in tables, graphs and are accompanied by commentaries. The obtained data were evaluated and compared with the literature and recommendations of experts. Keywords: children, motoric skills, training, player, categories
Youth athletes training
Stoklasová, Lucie ; Vindušková, Jitka (advisor) ; Komínková, Linda (referee)
Athlete in basic and special period of training Objectives: The aim of subject bachelor thesis is try to find the starting point of future vocational career, based on the selfreflexion of author's life story. The starting points should determine life direction and vocational career of author which can be used in coach practice. Methods: This work uses methods of analysis, autoanalysis, comparison and selfreflexion. Results: The aims has been fulfilled. On the base of recapitulation of life story, the author realized the direction of future vocational career. Keywords: track and field, basic and special period of athletic training, child development, developmental psychology, psychosocial development of child, training, general training
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...

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