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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
Training exercises and methods for developing the special strength of adult pole vaulters
Švec, Jan ; Hojka, Vladimír (advisor) ; Jebavý, Radim (referee)
Title: Training means and methods for developing the special strength of adult pole vaulters Objectives: The aim of the bachelor thesis is to create a list of exercises used in the special strength training of pole vaulters. Another goal is their description for the best possible understanding of the exercise. Further, subsequent photo documentation for better orientation in the execution of the exercise. And the following description of the use of exercises in training. Methods: Information for the bachelor's thesis was obtained from special literature. Another important source of information was my own training and racing experience. Further consultations with pole vaulting experts. A selection of exercises from the literature and information from experts. Their subsequent photo shoot, photo editing and description. Results: I successfully created a list of exercises and discovered many new exercises that I can continue to use in my training. The exercises were simply described, and thanks to the photographic documentation, the exercises can be performed easily. Keywords: pole vault, athletics, special preparation, strengthening, technique
Fitness training for ice hockey referees
Duben, Marek ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: Fitness training for ice hockey referees Objectives: The aim of this work is the application and verification of an intervention for the preparatory period of ice hockey referees. Methods: The thesis utilizes scientific quantitative experimental methods. Other scientific methods employed in this work include observation, measurement, comparison, analogy, and synthesis. Results: Based on data obtained from a research of scientific literature, personal experiences, consultations with experts and referees, a training plan for the preparatory period of top- level ice hockey referees in the Czech Republic was created. Additionally, this plan was tested in practice with selected referees. A test battery was also developed, to compare results and determine the benefits and functionality of the proposed training plan. Keywords: Ice hockey, referees, conditioning preparation, training plan, test battery
Diagnosis of unilateral loading in ice hockey
Beran, Václav ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: Unilateral loading diagnosis in ice hockey Objectives: The primary objective of this work is to determine if junior field hockey players exhibit characteristic muscular imbalances in areas at high risk for unilateral loading. Sub-objective #1. Conduct a series of physiological tests (Patrick test, Thomas test, pectoralis muscle shortening test, ankle flexibility test, and left and right knee internal and external rotation tests) on junior field hockey players from four different teams to identify potential areas at high risk for unilateral loading. Sub-objective #2. Conduct a statistical analysis of the data collected to determine if there is a statistically significant unilateral strain in any of the areas tested and if there are significant differences between teams. Methods: In our study, the physical condition of the players was assessed using a modern Tanita scale and diagnostic exercise tests. Statistical methods such as t-tests, ANOVA, Kruskal-Wallis test, Wilcoxon test, and principal component analysis were used for data analysis. We also used Fisher's exact test and chi- square test to evaluate differences in frequency. A post-hoc test was then performed - Tukey's HSD test. Results: Our study identified statistically significant instances of unilateral load among hockey players...
Effect of strength training on performance in triathletes
Halamka, Marek ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Krupková, Dominika (referee)
Title: Effect of strength training on performance in triathletes Objectives: Goal of bachelor thesis is to compare performance parameters between two groups of triathletes. The first group will add strength training to their ordinary endurance training and the second group will continue without strength training. Methods: A crossover design experiment was chosen in which the ES and KS swapped in the middle. The experiment lasted 6 weeks with a TJ frequency of 2-3 per week. The TJ content was aimed at developing whole-body strength endurance in amateur triathletes in the preparatory period. All probands completed entry, control and exit testing where I compared the results of strength training with and without strength training. Results: Results from this work indicated that the inclusion of strength-oriented TJ in endurance athletes resulted in greater gains in fitness tests compared to endurance training alone. Furthermore, the improvement was greater for ES 1 who received the intervention in the first phase of the preparation period than for ES 2 with the intervention later in the preparation period. Keywords: triathlon, strength training, performance, seniors
Effect of strength training on posture in triathletes aged 30-45 years
Marková, Kristýna ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Krupková, Dominika (referee)
Title: Effect of strength training on posture in triathletes aged 30-45 years Objectives: To examine the effect of incorporating strength-endurance training on posture in triathletes aged 30-45 years. Methods: Effect of strength-endurance training 2-3 times a week for 6 weeks on posture in triathletes. Thirteen amateur triathletes (3 women, 10 men) were selected for the research. After the input testing, the triathletes were randomly divided into groups ES 1 (n=8) and KS 1 (n=6). This was followed by a 6-week intervention programme for ES 1 that added 2-3 training units per week to their normal training activities. During this period, KS 1 was only allowed to do their normal training activities (no strength training). After the control testing, the groups were switched and KS 1 became ES 2 and 6-week intervention programme started for this group. During this period, ES 1 continued with normal training activities but was not to allowed to continues with strength training. The research was completed with output testing ES 2 and ES 1. For the assessment of posture in triathletes a set of tests was used which consisted of Body posture assessment by Jaroš and Lomíček, selected DNS (dynamic neuromuscular stabilization) tests by Kolář, selected tests of hypermobility and movement stereotypes by Janda....
Conditioning preparation for U15 players at the Czech Hockey Academies
Rendla, Matyáš ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Hojka, Vladimír (referee)
Title: The conditioning off -ice preparation of ice hockey players up the age of 15 at Czech Hockey academy Objectives: The aim of this study was to investigate and to compare the conditioning off- ice preparation of Czech elite ice hockey players up to their age of 15 with the conditioning programs of elite players from Scandinavian and overseas countries. Furthermore, I aimed to find out how different development systems work and what advantages and disadvantages they have. Methods: To gather data, I created an anonymous non-standardized questionnaire in Czech and English, targeting adult elite ice hockey players. The players were from Sweden, Canada, and the Czech Republic. With a sufficient number of respondents, I divided Czech players into younger and older generations. The questionnaire was distributed through my friends and colleagues, primarily those involved in ice hockey. Respondents answered 11 questions regarding participation in other sports, off-ice training, and PE content until the age of 15. Results: The findings of my research revealed that younger generation of Czech players engaged in another sport up to the age of 11.2(on average), which is more than 2 years less than their Canadian or Swedish counterparts. A similar difference was observed in the duration of supplementary...
Cooling of peripheral parts of the body and its effect on performance
Pidrman, Jakub ; Holá, Veronika (advisor) ; Jebavý, Radim (referee)
Title: Cooling of peripheral parts of the body and its effect on performance Objectives: The objective of this bachelor thesis is to gather knowledge from scientific articles and publications. Subsequently, to elaborate the individual sources into a comprehensive literature review that would describe the functioning of cooling using peripheral body parts and provide clear research results. Methods: In the purpose of collecting data for this bachelor thesis, I used available Czech and foreign literature, scientific articles and studies mainly from foreign sources. Keywords: Arteriovenous anastomosis, palm cooling, literature review, heat exhaustion.

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