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Verification of a special training program and its influence on development of coordination skills among young football players
HETO, Jakub
A method that allows us to process information, perform qualitative content analysis. The aim of this method is to compare information, its scope and meaning and then to draw a qualitative conclusion. The aim of this work was to verify whether the special training created would affect the coordination skills of young footballers. Our research group consists of 16 young football players of 10-11 years of age. They fit into the U11 category which also includes football players of younger age. The players of the U11 category train 3 times a week for an hour and half with a match held at the weekends during the match season. During our testing, the players underwent their regular training three times a week (Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday) in the first two months, with the training divided into two training units (Tuesday and Thursday). Additionally, there was one weekend match. Since the 5th of October 2020, the training frequency decreased to training twice a week due to the emergency lockdown announced by the government of Czech Republic. The tested players are all male and have all regularly been playing football for the past 3 years. The results were statistically compared with the paired t-test with the 0.05 significance mark. The results compared the baseline data (pre-training) with the post-training data after the players underwent the specific training. The data was obtained from particular tests (IOWA BRACE test, run with somersault, dribbling with 3 balls and running with changing of directions) which assess the level of coordination skills. Based on the results of the t - test, we were able to accept the hypothesis H1, H2, H3 and H4 at the significance level of 0.05.

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