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The fulfilling of the Maslow´ s hierarchy of needs in a specific company
ŠŤASTNÝ, Petr
The bachelor thesis presents the fulfilling of the Maslow´ s hierarchy of needs in a specific company and how it effects the quality of work and employee satisfaction. The main aim is to assess how the company follows the values of motivational theories and how it pays off to the company. A literary review is written based on domestic and foreign literature and deals with basic terminology. The Knowledge gained from professional literature is utilized for describing the analyses which was carried out among 41 respondents of the company ABC, Ltd. Finally, the hypotheses and recommendations for evaluating how to further increase employee motivation based on Maslow's pyramid of needs are evaluated.
Strenght preparation in soocer for category U14-U17
Čurda, Martin ; Bunc, Václav (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
Title: Strength training for children in football. Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to create a literature search in the field of strength training of children and then to create a proposal for the development of strength skills in children in the preparatory period of category U14. Methods: The methods of this work is a literature search. Results: Formation of a clear literature search with the help of the literature on the topic. Describing the different periods in child development and highlighting the somatic, functional and pedagogical specificities. Analysis of the muscular system and principles of strength training with a focus on the childhood age. The result is a proposal for an intervention program for strength training of children in the preparatory period. The output will be a set of strength exercises. In the future, it will be a guide in obtaining information for the stimulation of strength skills as part of the conditioning of children in football, respecting the age of 14 years, developmental specifics, level of fitness and the current state of the child. Keywords: Developmental specifics, muscular system, strength stimulation, football, intervention program
Comparison of field and laboratory tests in adult soccer players
Skálová, Denisa ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
Title: Comparison of field and laboratoty tests in adult soccer players Objectives: The aim of this study is to determine the correlation between selected field and laboratory tests in adult female soccer players. Methods: The tested group consisted of 20 first league female football players of the Prague women's team FK Dukla Praha, their age ranged from 17-36 years (height 167 ± 14.8, weight 66.8 ± 21.3). The measurements were taken once during the spring preparation period 2021 (March-May). Data were collected indirectly (mediated) using laboratory instruments (body composition tests - DEXA, lower limb explosive strength - KISTLER, muscle strength - CYBEX) as well as field motor tests (10 and 30 m sprints, 6 x 20 m repeated sprints, agility test and special endurance test). Kendall's tau (τ) was used for data analysis and subsequent correlation. The level of statistical significance was set at (p < 0.05). According to Portney and Watkins (2009), the strength of the correlation was interpreted as follows: 0.00-0.25 little or no relationship; 0.26-0.50 low relationship; 0.51-0.75 moderate or good relationship; and 0.76-1.0 good to excellent relationship. Results: This study found that there were no significant correlations between the individual test scores selected for our hypotheses. Low...
Monitoring the use of chewing tobacco in ice hockey players
Čmejla, Filip ; Šťastný, Petr (advisor) ; Kregl, Jan (referee)
Title: Monitoring the use of chewing tobacco in ice hockey players. Goals: The aim is to determine the frequency, causality of chewing tobacco use in IH players and its sport-social context. Why is chewing tobacco so popular among hockey players recently. Methods: The research was based on a questionnaire survey. The survey consisted of 22 questions, respondents always had a choice of several options, except for 3 questions that were open- ended. Some questions were of the YES/NO response type and some were multiple choice. The questions were structured from the most basic to the more specific. The only mandatory question in the questionnaire was question number one. The questionnaire ended for respondents who selected the NO option in question one. Thus, respondents had the option of skipping questions. The entire questionnaire was anonymized as much as possible and was conducted over the Internet. It took a maximum of 5 minutes to complete and some took considerably less time. Results: The results show that 35.2 % of the 216 hockey players use chewing tobacco, and in relatively large quantities. Almost 40 % of them chew 7 or more sachets per day, feeling focused and relaxed after using it. Most respondents were introduced to chewing tobacco because of ice hockey and teammates. In the hockey...
Relation between selected off ice tests, somatotype and performance in on-ice Illinois Agility tests in junior ice hockey players from Czech elite category
Slavíček, Tobiáš ; Musálek, Martin (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
Title: Relation between selected off-ice tests, somatotype and performance in on-ice Illinois Agility tests in junior ice hockey players from Czech elite category. Objective: The aim of this thesis was to verify whether the somatotype and off-ice tests are significant predictors for performance in on-ice agility tests in junior ice hockey players from Czech elite category. Methods: The research sample consisted of 32 junior hockey players (17 defenders and 15 forwards) ̅ = 17.64 ± 1.02 from Czech elite category. The Heath and Carter (1990) method for measuring of somatotype was used. The off-ice tests included Squat Jump, Countermovement Jump, Free Arm Countermovement Jump, Broad Jump, Five-Jump test, Sit and Reach, Pull-ups and off-ice Illinois Agility with (small size) ball. Further, on-ice Illinois Agility with puck and Illinois Agility without puck were used as dependent variables. The differences in performance between defenders and forwards were analysed by Aspin-Welch's two-sample T-test with Effect size (ES) Hedges's g. The degree of significance of the predictors for dependent variables in on- ice agility tests was assessed by multiple regression analysis with significance of model at the level of p<0.05 and ES described as adjusted R2 . Results: Comparison of the results achieved by...
Quatification of passing and breaking with puck and breaking to opening in small sided games in U10 cathegory
Velas, Benjamin ; Šťastný, Petr (advisor) ; Kregl, Jan (referee)
Title: Quantification of passing and releasing actions with and without the puck in small area games in ice hockey for the 4th grade category Objectives: In practice, use small area games for the 4th grade category that will focus on the development of pass processing and player release with and without the puck and then quantify these individual game activities. Methods: Creation of small-area games using the method of searching literature and electronic resources. Applying these games in practice and using the method of observation. Taking video recordings of games on ice and then analysing the individual's game skills passing, controling a pass, breaking with puck and breaking to opening using quantitative analysis. Results: The result of the work is the quantification of individual game activities for 10 selected games in a small space. Each game is independently evaluated, ranked on a subjective difficulty scale, and insights from practice are added. The highest number of passes took place during the game "Bago", while the lowest number of passes took place during the game "One-goal game with a pass to the coach". In my opinion, the most complex and one of the most difficult games was the game "2 on 2 on a split field" where all the observed game activities of an individual appear in a...
Sports preparation of para hockey players in Czech Republic
Gojová, Barbora ; Šťastný, Petr (advisor) ; Prokešová, Eva (referee)
Title: Sports training of national Para ice hockey team players in the Czech Rep. Results: The aim of my thesis was to find out the current state of preparation of para hockey players in the Czech Republic and, based on the results, to create a proposal of missing elements supporting the performance of players. Method: The first method was a questionnaire survey, in which I examined the current level of preparation of players of the Czech national team in para hockey and, based on the second research method, which was an interview, I described the main factors affecting the performance of players. Results: The preparation of para hockey players is still at a lower level compared to the world. Training units are insufficient in terms of complexity, they lack, for example, a focus on endurance and training of game skills. Hockey clubs lack a sufficient number of training units off the ice, no recovery and rest plan is included, and very little emphasis is placed on compensatory training. The main factors influencing the player's performance are age, type of physical handicap, weight, sports history of personality, personality psyche and resilience and morally free qualities. Another important factor is the lack of documents and publications in the Czech language on how to train effectively. The...
Acute effect of antagonist supersets strength training on cardiovascular parameters in patients with normotension
Drobilová, Julie ; Juřík, Roman (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
Title: Changes in selected cardiovascular parameters induced by different variants of antagonistic strength training in normotensive subjects Goals: The aim of this study is to investigate the changes in selected cardiovascular parameters induced by different variants of antagonistic strength training and their subsequent comparison between a group of working and physically active individuals from FTVS students. Another aim was to determine which of the antagonistic training variants causes a greater response of cardiovascular parameters. Methods: The research work is based on theoretical-empirical foundations, based on a quantitative research method. Measurements using the Arteriograph device were performed in a non-invasive way in two heterogeneous groups. Results: I compared the changes in cardiovascular parameter values between the non-sporting and sporting groups. Since this type of groups were compared, the result was that the values measured in the non-sporting group were increased compared to the sporting group. As a result of the research work, it was found that a greater increase in cardiovascular parameters occurs after antagonistic upper body training. Keywords Cardiovascular system, Arteriograph, blood pressure, arterial age, vascular system, resistance training, cardiovascular...
Influence of activation of the deep stabilization system of the spine on speed of shot in ice hockey players
Vojtěchovská, Tereza ; Malá, Jitka (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
Title: Influence of activation of the deep stabilization system of the spine on speed of shot in ice hockey players Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to clarify whether the excercise focused on the deep stabilization system of the spine affects the quality on its function and the speed of shot in ice hockey players. Methods: The theoretical part is developed in the form of research. In the practical part, is 26 male probands who participated in this experiment. In the initial measurement, the speed of shot with a puck into the goal, was measured with a special radar in all players and the quality of the deep stabilization system was looked into by 8 tests according to Kolář. Furthermore, they were randomly divided into experimental and control groups, while the experimental group underwent a physiotherapeutic intervention focused on the deep stabilization system of the spine for 3 months, while the control group underwent only regular hockey training. After the intervention, the measurement was performed again in the same way. The obtained values from the checkups and measurements were registered to Microsoft Office Excel 2021 and further statistically processed for which the Shapiro-Wilk normality test was used to determine the distribution of data. The parametric T-test was used in case of...
Mini hockey in the 4th grade category and its differences from regular hockey viewpoint of individual play moves.
Lukeš, Petr ; Šťastný, Petr (advisor) ; Arnošt, Pavel (referee)
Thesis title: Mini hockey in the 4th grade category and its differences from regular hockey viewpoint of individual play moves. Thesis objectives: To ascertain and compare the number of individual play moves in mini hockey and modern hockey in the 4th grade by way of indirect observation and audiovisual technology. Method: For data collection we used indirect observation via a videocamera. Data thus collected was processed, filled in to charts and compared. Results: Mini hockey players made 9x more successful shots (7x more on the wicket and 2x more outside of it), the rival team's goal-keeper sent forth 4x more shots and caught 3x more. Mini hockey players handed off accurately 2x more frequently and there were also 2x more inaccurate handoffs. They processed 2x more successful handoffs and further 3x more unsuccessful ones. In personal matches, mini hockey players won 2x more pucks. The players were able to break free by changing direction or speed 2x more often, as well as by doubling. Mini hockey players were 2x more frequently in contact with the puck than modern hockey players. Keywords: Mini hockey, regular hockey, 4th grade, individual play moves

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