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Effects of movement lesson inspired by Feldenkrais Method on thorax and pelvis movement in individuals after leg amputation
Michalová, Petra ; Vařeková, Jitka (advisor) ; Křivánková, Markéta (referee)
Title: Effects of movement lesson inspired by Feldenkrais Method on thorax and pelvis movement in individuals after leg amputation Objectives: The aim of this bachelor thesis is to evaluate the monitoring of influencing the extent and perception of movement of the chest and masters after the intervention of an exercise lesson inspired by the Feldenkrais method (FM) in individuals after amputation of the lower limb. Method: It is a work with a theoretical-empirical structure, a quantitative approach with a controlled study. The topic of the research was monitoring the influence of the Feldenkrais method on the statics and dynamics of the pelvis, postural stabilization and subjective perception. The accuracy of pelvic reduction, the range of motion of the pelvis and chest were examined. The flexibility of the hamstrings and lumbar region was tested using the Sit and reach test. Subjective perception after the intervention was tested using a survey. A total of five probands were tested, each of whom underwent a separate intervention in the form of a Pelvic Lesson lesson from the Feldenkrais method. Results: After the intervention of the Pelvic Clock lessons from FM, the probands did not increase the smoothness of the stabilizing movements of the pelvis. There have been improvements in changes in...
Application of iBoccia as a means of promoting integration
Břehová, Radka ; Vařeková, Jitka (advisor) ; Křivánková, Markéta (referee)
Title: Application of iBoccia as a means of promoting integration Objectives: The aim of the Bachelor thesis was to examine the effect of participation in the one-off sport inclusive event ,,iBoccia nanečisto" consisting of playing iBoccia on a group of people with and without disabilities. Subjective impressions of the game as well as meetings for both groups and an interest in more experiences for the future were examined. Methods: The qualitative research included the organisation of the "iBoccia nanečisto" event. 6 probands were chosen for the research, of which 3 boccia players with disabilities and 3 non-disabled sport lecturers who have not yet become familiar with disabilities. For both groups, a self-design survey was used to evaluate the action. Using the semi-structured interview method, subjective opinions of non-disabled individuals about the experience of individuals with disabilities and their mobility activities were collected. Results: The survey and interview investigation confirmed the participants subjective positive impressions and pointed to the benefits of inclusive actions. Individual criteria. The individual criteria of the event were rather positive for the probands, with only the duration of the event and the weather being lower rated. The four probandi said that iBoccie...
Prevention of Movement Disorders in Strength Training
Křivánková, Markéta ; Vařeková, Jitka (advisor) ; Šifta, Petr (referee)
Title: Prevention of Movement Disorders in Strength Training Objectives: Analysis of selected strength exercises based on a theoretical overview with proposal of a possible correction of movement disorders prevention. Methods: The final thesis has the character of a qualitative study. For its elaboration have been used the form of a theoretic-critical analysis. It is an overview of available literature of all kinds published on the topic. Based on the theoretical knowledge, an analysis of selected strength exercises was carried out and a possible correction for the movement disorders prevention was created. Pictures were taken to compare the wrong and correct movement for all the exercises. Keywords: deep stabilizing muscles, muscle imbalance, pure posture, condition training
Case study: The effectiveness of the compensation program aimed at reducing muscle imbalance type upper crossed syndrome.
Křivánková, Markéta ; Hráský, Pavel (advisor) ; Vařeková, Jitka (referee)
Title: Case study: The effectiveness of the compensation program aimed at reducing muscle imbalance type upper crossed syndrome. Objectives: Creating a theoretical overview of the compensation program in the range of 10 weeks, which is required to determine the effect of intervention ready. Methods: The study has a form of a case study. Case studies allow better explore into the issue and help to understand it. For data collection methods were used assessment of posture by view, muscle testing according to Janda, the deep stabilizing of the spine test by Kolář and goniometric measurement range of motion in joints. Results: After a ten-week intervention was achieved to improvements in posture, especially in the area of enlarged thoracic kyphosis, which has been reduced. In the joint mobility measured goniometric was improved range of motion by 27%, the most striking difference was in the extension of the thoracic spine (about 213% compared to the input measurements). Increasing flexibility was also observed in the muscle test, where there was a positive effect on almost all compensated muscles. At the same time was confirm the hypothesis that activation of the deep stabilization system has an influence on the posture. Keywords: pure posture, deep stabilization system, phasic and postural muscles.

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