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Development of children's physical coordination at the summer camp and a stack of games suitable for that
Štěpánek, Jaroslav ; Brtník, Tomáš (advisor) ; Bačáková, Radka (referee)
Title: Stack of games for development of coordination abilities at summer camps Goal: The goal of this work is to create a stack of games, which are suitable for the development of coordination abilities in the environment of a summer camp. These games and the theoretical basis should provide an appropriate level of information needed for composing a game programme suitable for the development of coordination abilities. Methods: The theoretical part was created by conducting a literature review. Practical part - the stack of suitable games is based on literature review and personal experience. Result: Creating a stack of games suitable for coordination development within the programme of a summer camp. Conclusion: Thanks to the contribution of this work, a stack of games is created and a theoretical basis of coordination abilities development is summarized. It is a leaflet and inspiration for everyone who wants to work with kids at summer camps in the hopes of healthy movement development. The stack will also be published in periodicals determined for practical use on children's summer camps and therefore publicly available to everyone mentioned above. Key words: school-age, movement coordination, camping, movement programme
Description quadrupedal locomotion diagonal pattern in specific sport activity (rope climbing, walking, pull-up)
Bačáková, Radka ; Kračmar, Bronislav (advisor) ; Kučera, Miroslav (referee) ; Zounková, Irena (referee)
Tittle: Description quadrupedal locomotion diagonal pattern in specific sport activity (rope climbing, walking, pull-up) Aim of work: The aim is to find a description kvadrupedal locomotion diagonal pattern with rope climbing and its motion pattern compared with the motion pattern of walking and pull-up. Methods: This work is descriptively-association study with quantitative and qualitative analysis. The dates were measured by surface electromyography and 2-D video-analysis. Results: Alternating activation of upper extremities (rope climbing without the lower extremities), we proved that the movement supporting lower extremities is quadruped locomotion diagonal pattern. Symmetric work of upper extremities (pull-up) is not in response at lower extremities quadruped locomotion diagonal pattern. Key words: Electromyography (EMG), quadruped, diagonal pattern, rope climbing, pull-up, walking
In-line skating training methodology for the preschool children
Entová, Klára ; Bačáková, Radka (advisor) ; Gnad, Tomáš (referee)
Title: In-line skating training methodology for the preschool children Objectives: The aim of this work was to create a methodology for teaching inline skating to preschool children, mainly in the form of games. Methods: The literary recherche and the empiricism were used in this thesis. The theoretical part was written based on the literary recherche and contains essential information regarding the in-line skating, history of this sport and information regarding the development regularities in the preschool age. The empiricism and the literary recherche particularly are combined in the practical part. Individual games and exercises were created based on my empiricism obtained during the teaching of the in-line skating of the preschool children. Results: Composition of the simple methodology plan of the in-line skating training in the form of a game. Selected preparatory exercises and games shall the children tackle without major issues. The thesis contains following simple steps - falls, standing up, postures and basics of the ride forward and backward. All these movement skills can be developed in the form of a game. Keywords: skating skills, kindergarten, age regularities, game, physical fitness, sport, health
Barefoot hiking in the Czech Republic
Sikorová, Karolína ; Krupková, Dominika (advisor) ; Bačáková, Radka (referee)
Title: Barefoot hiking in the Czech Republic Objectives: The aim of this work is to assess the possibilities and position of barefoot hiking in the Czech Republic. Methods: The research part of the work is divided into two parts in order to meet the objectives. The first is to determine the impacts of barefoot hiking on human health and to describe the profile of a barefoot hiker using a questionnaire survey. The research lasted 11 weeks and involved 230 respondents, of which 147 (64%) are active barefoot tourists and 83 (36%) are respondents who are only interested in barefoot hiking. Secondly, two semi-structured interviews were conducted - with a barefoot physiotherapist about the effects of barefoot hiking on human health and with a barefoot walking methodology specialist about the development and position of this form of hiking. Results: 64 % of the addressed barefoot hikers experience an overall improvement in health in connection with barefoot hiking. 63 % of the surveyed barefoot tourists put on shoes due to the cold only at temperatures below 10 řC. 13% even only at temperatures below -5 řC. 67 % of the interviewed barefoot hikers prefer the length of barefoot trips up to 10 km. 78% of the addressed barefoot hikers engage in barefoot hiking only individually (not within any club). 53 % of...
Courses of outdoor activities and sports at high schools in Prague 3
Brožová, Monika ; Psohlavec, Lukáš (advisor) ; Bačáková, Radka (referee)
Work title: Courses of outdoor activities and sports at high schools in Prague 3. Aim: The aim is to introduce a range of courses and activities, outdoor sports for high school students in Prague 3 in terms of the type of course, program offer, organizing or securing locations. Methods: Research group consisted of 11 high schools based in Prague 3. Research method was a questionnaire, distributed by electronic communication (e-mail) to the directors of individual schools. The questionnaire contained a total of 15 questions, which were evaluated by using basic statistical methods and interpreted in graphs. Results: Sports courses are organized at all high schools in Prague 3, with the exception of one school. The most common sports course - more than 85% - is a ski course, organized in the Czech mountains for one week. The ski course is from 90% organized by PE teachers. The biggest interest from students is in the adaptation course, more than 95%, at the same time it is the second most frequently organized course in schools. Other outdoor activities and courses are filled by more than 85% of students. The content of activities and courses are outdoor games, team games, as well as sports activities based on the type of course. Conclusion: High schools organize, during their four-year studies, at...
Comparison of outdoor experiences amongst children from alternative and traditional schools during covid-19
Přibylová, Anežka ; Bačáková, Radka (advisor) ; Psohlavec, Lukáš (referee)
Title: Comparison of outdoor experiences amongst children from alternative and traditional schools during covid 19 Objectives: Purpose of this thesis was to examine freetime and outdoor activities of children from alternative and traditional schools and then compare the differences within the children's families. Methods: It is a research thesis. A poll containing 4 questions was used to examine the experiences with outdoor activities within the pupils. It was distributed in two Semily elementary schools. Traditional and alternative elementary school. The aiming group were pupils from 5th grade in the age of 10-11. The research was attended by 40 pupils. Results: Based on the poll, the pupils from alternative school showed more experiences with outdoor activities than the pupils from traditional school. Conclusion: Despite the results, the research didn't show that children from alternative schools were from families with more sporty backround. Keywords: outdoor activities, alternative education, education, freetime activities
The Comparison of the results of motor tests of VK Rakovník volleyball players with a selection of SCM players of the same age
Bechnerová, Monika ; Bačáková, Radka (advisor) ; Vorálek, Rostislav (referee)
Title: The Comparison of the results of motor tests of VK Rakovník volleyball players with a selection of SCM players of the same age Objectives: The aim of the work is to analyze and compare the results of motor tests in players VK Rakovník - volleyball club, z.s. and SCM players of the same age. Methods: The datas measured by VK Rakovník and a players belonging to SpS and SCM in 2019 were used to perform the analysis. The tested group has 163 players. A complete boxplot was used to analyze the data - maximum, minimum, arithmetic median, mean, standard deviation and 1st - 4th quartile. Results: The results show that the VKR section has a lower level of motor skills. And in the test, jump after a smeart run, throw 1 kg of medicine ball - one-handed, long jump from the place. In the K-test, the VKR section was better than the SCM selection. The results show differences between VKR performance players and top SCM players. From the knowledge gained, we can assume that the players of the VKR section have a lower level of motor skills, which are the basis for volleyball players. Keywords: forms of volleyball, movement skills, selection of talents, test battery.
Model of training preparation for young future flyboarders
Civín, Petr ; Bačáková, Radka (advisor) ; Psohlavec, Lukáš (referee)
Title: Model of training preparation for young future flyboarders Objectives: The objective of the work is to create a model of training preparation for young future flyboarders based on the empiricism of the most successful professional flyboarders. Methods: Ten intentionally selected respondents filled out the survey on their current sports specializations. Three of them were selected based on the frequency of specific and non-specific sports. Individual non- standardized interviews were conducted with them, which were based on direct verbal communication with the respondents. Results: We created a model of training preparation for young future flyboarders. The training preparation model is divided for children from six to nine years old, in which we recommend general sports training (gymnastics, athletics, swimming, sports games). For children from ten to twelve years old, we recommend trampoline jumping, high jumping, swimming, balance exercises, body strengthening and stretching. For children over the age of thirteen, we recommend starting to fly on a flyboard. Keywords: extreme sport, fly on water , water sport, training preparation, change of sport, adrenaline
Freestyle windsurfing
Matejzík, Filip ; Hruša, Jan (advisor) ; Bačáková, Radka (referee)
Title: Freestyle windsurfing Aim of work: Comprehensively process the issue of windsurfing. Then create a stack of freestyle tricks. Method: The method of content analysis of documents was used. Then on the basis of watching a video recording the individual tricks were described. Results: The work was created, which provides a comprehensive view of the whole issue of windsurfing. The work maps the history of windsurfing and freestyle, describes the equipment, physical principles and natural conditions. Also includes a stack of freestyle Tricks. Key words: Windsurfing, Freestyle, Windsurfing gear
Dependence oftheair consumption and thepositionofthe body on theselectedmethodofdivingkick and swimming speed
Ehl, Sebastian ; Vondrášek, David (advisor) ; Bačáková, Radka (referee)
Title: Dependence of the air consumption and the position of the body on the selected method of diving kick and swimming speed Objectives: The goal of this work is to find out the relationship between the diver's swimming speed and the air consumption while using two different methods of diving kicks - flutter and frog kick. At the same time, assess the dependence of the position of the body and head on the swimming speed and method of diving kicks. Methods: In this work was used method of collecting data in real conditions by measuring devices and statistical evaluation of collected data. Results: The results are presented by graphs both in the text of this work and in attachment for its large size. The results of all probands are presented in summary graphs and for selected values the degree of association is calculated in tables using the Pearson correlation coefficient. The main result is the confirmation of the reduction of the deviation from the horizontal position when comparing the slow and higher swimming speeds of both flutter and frog kick. The most effective way for a diver to overcome 50 meters below the water surface was determined to be a flutter kick at medium speed (average 0,37 m/s). Keywords: scuba diving, body position, head position, air consumption, speed of swimming, flutter...

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