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Monitoring the use of chewing tobacco in ice hockey players
Čmejla, Filip ; Šťastný, Petr (advisor) ; Kregl, Jan (referee)
Title: Monitoring the use of chewing tobacco in ice hockey players. Goals: The aim is to determine the frequency, causality of chewing tobacco use in IH players and its sport-social context. Why is chewing tobacco so popular among hockey players recently. Methods: The research was based on a questionnaire survey. The survey consisted of 22 questions, respondents always had a choice of several options, except for 3 questions that were open- ended. Some questions were of the YES/NO response type and some were multiple choice. The questions were structured from the most basic to the more specific. The only mandatory question in the questionnaire was question number one. The questionnaire ended for respondents who selected the NO option in question one. Thus, respondents had the option of skipping questions. The entire questionnaire was anonymized as much as possible and was conducted over the Internet. It took a maximum of 5 minutes to complete and some took considerably less time. Results: The results show that 35.2 % of the 216 hockey players use chewing tobacco, and in relatively large quantities. Almost 40 % of them chew 7 or more sachets per day, feeling focused and relaxed after using it. Most respondents were introduced to chewing tobacco because of ice hockey and teammates. In the hockey...
Comparison of the effectiveness of ice skate training using the change of directional speed exercices and powerskating in the U10 category
Švejda, Pavel ; Novák, Dominik (advisor) ; Kregl, Jan (referee)
Title: Comparison of the effectiveness of ice skate training using the change of directional speed exercices and powerskating in the U10 category Goals: The main goal of this study is to compare the effectivity of ice hockey skating training using partial skating tasks and training with the usage of change of directions speed. 8 skating tests were used to compare these two methods in the U10 category. Methods: The method of quantitative analysis was used to compare the results in each test. A total of 13 players under the age of 10 years with an average training age of 4.73 ± 1.15 participated in the research. A total of three test measrurements were conducted. The first one taking place before any stimulation for both groups. The second, which followed six weeks of intervention using skating technique and agility exercises respectively, and the third, which followed a further six weeks of intervention when the groups were rotated. The measured times were tabulated and then statistically processed. Results: After the second measurement (POST_1), the group starting with the skating technique improved in 7 out of 8 tests. The group starting with agility skating showed improvement in 6 out of 8 tests. The most significant improvement for both groups was seen in the 30m backwards test, with the group...
Development of coordination skills during year long training cycle in U13 players
Činčila, Šimon ; Kregl, Jan (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Title of bachelor thesis: Development of coordination in the category of youngsters in the annual training cycle Prepared by: Šimon Činčila Thesis supervisor: Mgr. Jan Kregl Objectives: To prepare a proposal for an annual training cycle, which could help coaches in its making. Furthermore, the preparation of ten different ideal training units that deal with the development of coordination skills. Methodology: In this work I used following methods: data collection, observation and active participation. These are the methods most commonly used to collect qualitative data. Thesis results: The result of the bachelor thesis is the design of a one-year training cycle (OYTC) in the category of youngsters. Furthermore, the design of ten ideal training units and their design in the TC. All my results count on an ideal state at the level of coaches, players and clubs. Keywords: Coordination skills, annual training cycle, training unit, youngsters category, coordination development
Quatification of passing and breaking with puck and breaking to opening in small sided games in U10 cathegory
Velas, Benjamin ; Šťastný, Petr (advisor) ; Kregl, Jan (referee)
Title: Quantification of passing and releasing actions with and without the puck in small area games in ice hockey for the 4th grade category Objectives: In practice, use small area games for the 4th grade category that will focus on the development of pass processing and player release with and without the puck and then quantify these individual game activities. Methods: Creation of small-area games using the method of searching literature and electronic resources. Applying these games in practice and using the method of observation. Taking video recordings of games on ice and then analysing the individual's game skills passing, controling a pass, breaking with puck and breaking to opening using quantitative analysis. Results: The result of the work is the quantification of individual game activities for 10 selected games in a small space. Each game is independently evaluated, ranked on a subjective difficulty scale, and insights from practice are added. The highest number of passes took place during the game "Bago", while the lowest number of passes took place during the game "One-goal game with a pass to the coach". In my opinion, the most complex and one of the most difficult games was the game "2 on 2 on a split field" where all the observed game activities of an individual appear in a...
Stimulation of speed during the racing season in the junior hockey category extralig
Bícha, Mikuláš ; Arnošt, Pavel (advisor) ; Kregl, Jan (referee)
Title: Speed stimulation during the ice hockey season in a category of younger cadets Objectives: The main purpose of this Bachelor Thesis is to discover the effectiveness of the two-month plan focused on the speed progress during the ice hockey season 2017/2018 in a category of younger cadets. Tasks: Based on the literature review, prepare a two-month speed practise program and apply it during the ice hockey season in a category of younger cadets, Do motor tests which evaluate a state of motor abilities, Compare results of the motor tests between individual players and dates of the testing, Find out the effectiveness of the six-month speed practise program. Methods: The research was realized using a motor testing method. Hypotheses: H1: I presume that there will be an improvement in the speed tests on ice. H2: I presume that there will be a great improvement in the speed tests on the ground. H3: I presume that there will be an association between the improvement on the ice and on the ground. Results: Average improvement can be noticed in speed test running up the stairs (0,17 second +  0,32). The results of the other two tests did not prove a great improvement. Conclusion: Contrary to earlier expectations, only one of the set out hypothesis was confirmed as valid. Keywords: Speed Practise, Ice...
Development of skating in Category 4. Classes
Janoušek, Jakub ; Arnošt, Pavel (advisor) ; Kregl, Jan (referee)
Title: Development of skating at category 4th class Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to introduce information about the methodology and the scheme skating in ice hockey and create a stack of exercises on development of skating skills at category 4th class. Methods: The first part of the thesis is only theoretically and was primarily written with the use of searching method based on information from available expert literature, electronic sources and articles of Czech and foreign origin. In the second part are these methods applied to practice by created exercises. Keywords: Ice hockey, skating, training exercises, school age, skating metodology, didactics sports games
The comparison of learning process for shooting and scoring in Czech and abroad youth ice-hockey team U9 -U15
Pastyřík, Marek ; Šťastný, Petr (advisor) ; Kregl, Jan (referee)
Title: The comparison of learning process for shooting and scoring in Czech and abroad youth ice-hockey team U9-U15 Objectives: The main objective was to collect information about learning process for shooting and scoring in Czech and abroad team and on the basis of this knowledge to qualitatively and quantitatively compare learning process for shooting and scoring. Methods: To gather information, a method of guided interview with head coaches of the observed categories was used, followed by direct observation of at least four on- ice training units during two weeks and at least one off-ice training unit containing shooting of each observed category. Results: Key differences include the higher number of shooting attempts by the abroad team players within one week, the creation of a team concept for the development of individual skills and the involvement of a dedicated shooting coach in all youth categories. Keywords: Ice hockey, shooting, scoring
Ice skating school for children - organization on ice
Molčík, Martin ; Kregl, Jan (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Title of bachelor thesis: Ice skating school for children - organization on ice Author: Martin Molčík Supervisor: Mgr. Jan Kregl Objectives: Creating a compilation that could help beginning coaches with the management of this age group and the ideal training unit of a skating school in terms of its organization on the ice surface, staffing and content. Methods: The bachelor thesis was prepared in the form of: data analysis of training units and a questionnaire with open questions (questionnaires were provided with simplified information consent and are anonymized). Results: The result of the bachelor's thesis is a compilation that could help beginning trainers with the management of this age category both in terms of organizational and personnel and content form and Designing more variants of the ideal training unit in terms of organizational, personnel and content form. Keywords: Skating school, ice hockey, training unit, organization on the ice rink, introductory part, main part, final part, skating methodology, preschool age, younger school age, pedagogy, didactics
Training of offensive game activities of an individual during games in a small space in the 5th class
Bořík, Milan ; Šťastný, Petr (advisor) ; Kregl, Jan (referee)
Title: Training of offensive game activities of an individual during games in a small space in the 5th class (category U10) Goals: The main aim of these bachelor thesis is to create modern exercises, which are combination of games and skills in one unit. The exercises are focused on the development of two game activities of an individual and on the basic movement skill of skating.For each of these skills, I assigned ten exercises in small area games. Methods: In my bachelor thesis I used a qualitative description of exercises, which are focused on two skills that fall into the game activities of the individual and one basic movement skill skating. The stack of exercises is therefore focused on these skills in the U10 category. The exercises were created by combining games and skills together, so the exercises are very varied and suitable for the category. To create, I used the theoretical basis of the work itself, which I combined with the methodology of the Czech Hockey Association and my own experience, which brought me mainly movement games. Each exercise has a given form of difficulty, according to which we include the exercise in the training plan. The meaning of work: Efforts to improve training units, as games in a small space are known to many coaches only as 1vs1 or 3vs3. Kids need more variety, so...

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