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Organizational forms of strength training and their impact on blood lactate concentration
Klimt, Sebastian ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Blažek, Dušan (referee)
Author: Sebastian Klimt Title: Organizational forms of strength training and their impact on blood lactate concentration Objectives: The main aim of this thesis is to investigate the effect of different organizational forms of strength training on blood lactate concentration, heart rate and RPE values. Methods: Seven men with at least two years of strength training experience participated in this study. Participants underwent a strength training protocol of traditional sets, supersets, and trisets once a week for 4 weeks. Heart rate was monitored in 3 probands using sporttesters, and after completion of each training protocol, all participants in the pilot study provided an RPE value to monitor load intensity. Conclusion: The trisets organizational form is the most demanding in terms of RPE and heart rate, the superseries moderately demanding, and the traditional sets the least intense organizational form. Keywords: strength training, traditional sets, supersets, trisets, exercise intensity
Asymmetric strenght training and its impact on maximal strenght
Bouchal, Martin ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Blažek, Dušan (referee)
Title: Asymmetric strength training and its impact on maximal strength Objectives: The aim of my bachelor's thesis is to compare the impact of asymmetric and symmetric strength training on the development of 1RM in the bench press and deadlift exercises. Methods: Sixteen female participants took part in the research, who were divided into two groups, Experimental Group 1 and Experimental Group 2. Experimental Group 1, with n=8 participants, performed asymmetric strength training for a period of ten weeks. Experimental Group 2, also with n=8 participants, performed symmetric strength training for the same duration. After completing the intervention strength program, a post-test measurement was conducted, followed by the evaluation of the results. The data were analyzed using mean, standard deviation, and the significance of the results was assessed through ANOVA and Cohen's effect size coefficient. Results: On average, the group that underwent symmetric strength training showed greater improvement in the bench press exercise. Conversely, the group that performed asymmetric training demonstrated greater improvement in the deadlift exercise. Conclusion: The results indicate that asymmetric training can also have its justification in strength and conditioning preparation. Asymmetric loading can be...
Organizational forms of strength training and their impact on explosive power
Šírek, Filip ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Blažek, Dušan (referee)
Title: Organizational forms of strength training and their impact on explosive power. Thesis: Using statistical analysis to assess the immediate effect of different organizational forms of strength training on explosive power. Methods: Selected probands underwent three resistance training sessions with different organizational forms. Before and after the strength training sessions, all participants underwent trap bar jump testing. The output from the test was maximum and mean velocity. Based on the data obtained, statistical analysis was performed using R studio software. Results: According to the statistical analysis, the most significant influence on the explosive power is the following trisets. This was followed by supersets, and the smallest difference in explosive power before and after training was observed with traditional sets The highest decrease in mean velocity was observed after completing resistance training with trisets. In the case of maximal velocity, the highest decrease was for supersets, but the trisets lagged behind by only 0.1 %. The smallest effect in both cases was for the traditional sets. Keywords: Resistance training, sets, mean and maximal velocity
The effect of complex and isolated exercises on maximal strength and muscle hypertrophy
Rychtera, Jan ; Blažek, Dušan (advisor) ; Hojka, Vladimír (referee)
Title: The effect of complex and isolated exercises on maximal strength and muscle hypertrophy Objectives: The aim of the bachelor's thesis was to determine the effectiveness of single-joint and multi-joint exercises on muscle hypertrophy, maximal and submaximal strength in a non-training population. Methods: The given isolated and complex training plan was used in the work, where one group performed training containing complex exercises, the other only isolated exercises. The total intervention lasted 15 weeks, with 6 weeks dedicated to the exercise program, 1 week to the output measurement of body composition on the InBody720 device and testing of 1OM, 3OM, 12OM strength performances, according to which the effectiveness of the applied programs was evaluated. The same measurement was carried out in the first week before the start of the intervention itself in the form of an initial measurement. A 14-day break was followed by an exchange of exercise programs for both groups, and the entire cycle was repeated. The Baechle protocol was used to assess maximal strength. Data from the testing were evaluated using statistical functions mean, standard deviation (SMODCH) and using parametric T- tests. Results: The study found that both isolated and complex exercise plans had a positive effect on the...
Asymetric strength training and its effect on deep stabilization system
Koželská, Kristýna ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Blažek, Dušan (referee)
Title: Asymmetric strength training and its effect on the deep stabilization system Objectives: Comparison of the effect of asymmetric strength training on the deep stabilization system versus symmetrical strength training. Methods: Before and after the research, all subjects underwent tests focused on the deep stabilization system. They were tested by a physiotherapist. Were used tests from prof. Pavel Kolar (diaphragm test, abdominal press test, trunk flexion test, extension test, hip flexion test and intra-abdominal pressure test). Furthermore, tests were performed with the Pressure Biofeedback Unit (supine test, prone test). Results: We noted that the group that performed asymmetric strength training achieved a greater improvement in HSS than the group that performed symmetrical strength training. Key words: softball, asymmetry, strength training, deep stabilization system, offset training
Asymmetric strength training and its effect on the deep stabilization system
Koželská, Kristýna ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Blažek, Dušan (referee)
Title: Asymmetric strength training and its effect on the deep stabilization system Objectives: Comparison of the effect of asymmetric strength training on the deep stabilization system versus symmetrical strength training. Methods: Before and after the research, all subjects underwent tests focused on the deep stabilization system. They were tested by a physiotherapist. Were used tests from prof. Pavel Kolar (diaphragm test, abdominal press test, trunk flexion test, extension test, hip flexion test and intra-abdominal pressure test). Furthermore, tests were performed with the Pressure Biofeedback Unit (supine test, prone test). Results: We noted that the group that performed asymmetric strength training achieved a greater improvement in HSS than the group that performed symmetrical strength training. Key words: softball, asymmetry, strength training, deep stabilization system, offset training
Specifics of nutrition of sport active children and their quality of acquaintance with sports nutrition
Vondrovská, Michaela ; Pěkný, Martin (advisor) ; Blažek, Dušan (referee)
Title: Specifics of nutrition of sports active children and their quality of acquaintance with sports nutrition Author: Michaela Vondrovská DiS. Supervisor: PhDr. Mgr. Martin Pěkný, Ph. D. Objectives: The first goal of this work is to find out to what extent sports children know sports nutrition, what overview they have about diet and whether they think that nutrition can affect their sports performance. The second goal of the work is to find out whether children believe that proper eating can affect sports performance. The third goal is to create opportunities and proposals to improve children's awareness of nutrition area and diet. Methods: The necessary data were obtained by a non-invasive method of online survey. This survey was performed on children aged between 8 to 13 years. Results: As a result of the work, it was found that 79% of respondents are interested in changing their diet for the better. However, at the same time, 85% of respondents said they do not think that rational nutrition could affect sports performance. Keywords: Nutrition, healthy nutrition, diet, children, sports
Possibilities of using the squat in training and physical development
Rubek, Tomáš ; Gryc, Tomáš (advisor) ; Blažek, Dušan (referee)
Title: Possibilities of using the squat in training and physical development Objectives: The aim of the thesis was to comprehensively describe the squat as an exercise with a wide range of uses not only in the training of professional athletes, but also recreational exercisers, or the general public. The work was supposed to summarize the number of possible benefits of the squat and its variants in the areas of improving physical performance and physical and mental health. Methods: The thesis uses research methods, that is, the collection and study of selected relevant literature, as a prerequisite for creating an overwiev of the current state of knowledge in the field of the thesis topic. Results: We have described the areas of possible use of the squat. We have briefly summarized the information contained in the studies found and cited in the thesis. Keywords: literature review, exercise, performance, conditioning, rehabilitation
A compilation of corrective exercises for fixing muscle asymmetries
Pětíková, Nikola ; Šteffl, Michal (advisor) ; Blažek, Dušan (referee)
Author: Bc. Nikola Pětíková Title: A compilation of corrective exercises for fixing muscle asymmetries Aim: The aim of this thesis was to compile a set of basic corrective exercises based on literature review and basic principles that may be used as a methodical guide during a creation of compensatory programs under the guidance of a qualified personal trainer in commercial fitness centres. Method: The thesis is prepared as a methodological tool that includes knowledge from literary sources available to the academic public. The theoretical section deals with the most common forms of muscle asymmetries and imbalances mostly prevalent in the general population. The practical section brings the set of the most suitable corrective exercises. Conclusion: The result of this thesis is the methodical tool that may serve as the supplementary material for qualified personal trainers in the process of examining the locomotor system during the client's diagnosis and the subsequent inclusion of corrective exercises in the training plan according to client's personal needs. Key words: fitness studio, personal trainer, diagnosis, muscle imbalance, musculoskeletal system
Customer satisfaction at the fitness center DrFit
Haškovcová, Anna ; Bačáková, Radka (advisor) ; Blažek, Dušan (referee)
Title: Customer satisfaction at the fitness center DrFit Objectives: The aim of this bachelor thesis is to evaluate customer satisfaction in a selected DrFit fitness centre using the method of service quality measurement and on the basis of the findings to propose recommendations for practice that would lead to increased customer satisfaction with the services provided by the fitness centre. Methods: The SERVQUAL questionnaire method is used to determine the differences between the truly perceived level of provided service compared to the previous expectations. Thus obtained results are presented in clear tables and graphs. Results: The final results demonstrate that DrFit fitness centre customers are satisfied with the provided services, although in some areas the expectations were higher than the actual perception, which, however, allowed to draw recommendations for improvement and thus to increase customer satisfaction. Keywords: SERVQUAL, questionnaire, measurement of service quality, marketing, customer

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