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The effect of the health-compensatory education program of foot position in aerobics-practicing adolescent girls
Kerdová, Terezie ; Nováková, Pavlína (advisor) ; Křivánková, Markéta (referee)
Title: The effect of the health-compensatory education program of foot position in aerobics-practicing adolescent girls Objectives: This undergraduate thesis is aimed to create the health-compensatory education program and test its effect and influence on the position, shape and stress of the foot of adolescent girls doing aerobics. Methods: It is a quasi-experiment study using a research method of a case study. The effect of the health-compensatory education program was tasted on 6 girls aged between 16 and 18 years and practicing aerobics. The research sample was divided into 2 groups - the experimental group, which completed the exercises, and the control group, which did not complete the exercises. The health-compensatory education program lasted 12 weeks, 4 times a week for 10-15 minutes. This program was including sensory and motor exercises. The methods of data collection during the entry examinations were kinesiological analysis and the examination on the podoscope. These examinations were repeated immediately after the end of the health-compensation program and subsequently two months after the end of the program. Furthermore, the subjective feeling of pain in the foot area was evaluated using the Visual Analog Scale (VAS). Results: After the 12-week health-compensatory education program,...
Impact of nape massage on postural stability
Novák, Matěj ; Nováková, Pavlína (advisor) ; Hošková, Blanka (referee)
Title: Impact of nape massage on postural stability Objectives: The aim of this work is to find out if sport nape massage has an effect on postural stability. Methods: The research was realized in form of quaziexperiment which was attended by 5 probands. Result of the measurement is consist of comparing the difference of postural stability before and after the nape massage. The results were obtained by Footscan pressure platform in Laboratory of sports motor skills at UK FTVS. At first we measured proband's weight and height, after that we measured postural stability. Then we performed nape massage on proband. And after the massage we measured again the postural stability. Results: In the overall summary of the results of all measured stands, there was an improvement after massage in the parameter TTW (total travelled way) by 6,12 %. This value indicates a slight improvement, but statistically nothing significant happened. The results of lower limbs load ratio were also positive, when after applying nape massage there was improvement by 35,5 %. This means that in our research with five probands, nape massage had a positive effect on level of static postural stability. Keywords: balance, footscan, sport massage, nape area
Effect of sports massage and passive rest on recovery of muscle after applied exercise
Nováková, Pavlína ; Hošková, Blanka (advisor) ; Kučera, Miroslav (referee) ; Heller, Jan (referee)
Title: Effect of sports massage and passive rest on recovery of muscle after applied exercise. Objective: Evaluate effects of 5min recovery (sports massage, passive rest) after specific exercice on muscle viscoelastic properties (stiffness, elasticity), muscle girth and perceived muscle soreness (discomfort). Methods: Intraclass experimental 2 x 2 factor crossover design, measurements of recovery of muscle were by myotonometer, muscle girth, and subjective perceived muscle soreness by Visual Analogue Scale. Results: Results didn't support the notion that massage has a positive effect on muscle recovery for improve viscoelastic properties of muscle, muscle girth and perceived muscle soreness. 7 Key words: Sports massage, passive rest, viscoelastic properties, muscle girth, muscle soreness, effects of massage.
Effect of enhanced physical education for school age children
Drdošová, Lenka ; Hošková, Blanka (advisor) ; Nováková, Pavlína (referee)
Title: Effect of extended physical education in children under school age. Objective: The project aims to find out whether pupils with extended physical education will achieve better results in functional muscle tests than children with standard two-hour physical education lessons per week. Methods: This is a pilot study where the quantitative nature of the research based on a comparison of the results of six functional muscle tests on shortened muscle groups predominates. Pupils were divided into two groups according to the number of physical education hours per week. Pearson's chi-square test was used to determine the level of muscle shortening, the significance level was set at α <0.05. Results: In the individual tests of functional muscle tests, pupils with three hours of physical education per week were better in most cases. Statistical analysis of the prevalence of individual types of muscle group weakness revealed a significantly better result (p ˂ 0.05) in three functional muscle tests. Specifically in postural stereotype according to Mathias, Thomayer exam and lateral flexion exam by pupils with extended TV. Key words: Muscular imbalance, younger school age, extended physical education.
The LIRSPE protocol as a tool for evaluating and supporting the pro-inclusive approach of PE teachers
Vosátková, Barbora ; Pavlová, Ilona (advisor) ; Nováková, Pavlína (referee)
Title: The LIRSPE protocol as a tool for evaluating and supporting the pro- inclusive approach of PE teachers Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to present the Lieberman-Brian Inclusion Rating Scale for Physical Education (LIRSPE), which deals with evaluation and promotion of a pro-inclusive approach of PE teachers. We start with processing a literature review focused on the current use of this protocol in European countries. Furthermore, we provide a translation of the questionnaire part of the protocol into Czech language, verifying its comprehensibility. Methods: The thesis has theoretical and empirical part. The theoretical section analyses literacy resources from the field of students with special educational needs (SEN) and presents the LIRSPE protocol. The empirical section included literature review on the use of LIRSPE in European countries and a translation of the questionnaire part of the protocol (using the reverse translation method). The comprehensibility of this translation was verified by electronic questionnaire completed by 19 respondents - students of the second and third year of ATVS OSP studies at UK FTVS in 2021, whose average age was 22. Results: Based on 16 sources from 3 databases as well as supporting documents provided by the co-author of the protocol, the literature...
Use of streching exercises as a compensation for overloaded muscle parts in case of football players
Pavlík, Michael ; Hráský, Pavel (advisor) ; Nováková, Pavlína (referee)
Title: Use of streching exercices as a compensation for overloaded muscle parts in case of football players Objectives: Diagnose shortened muscle parts of the lower limbs in probands and on the basis of this diagnosis compile a compensation plan using stretching exercises to reduce muscle shortening of the examined muscle groups. Methods: Functional muscle tests according to Janda (2004) were used for the research. These tests were used to examine shortened muscle groups in football players. A five-point scoring scale used for enroll the results, according to the head of this work, Dr. Hráský. After the first initial examination, a simple stretching exercise plan was drawn up to reduce muscle contraction. After two months of application of this program, an output measurement followed, which had the task of determining the degree of functionality of this program. Results: Improving the muscular flexibility of the examined muscle parts after the application of the compensation plan, especially significantly visible in the group of probands who trained regularly under the supervision of the principal investigator throughout the research period. Keywords: stretching, compensatory exercises, functional muscle tests, football training
Use of regenerative procedures by students of UK FTVS
Zeman, Jan ; Majorová, Simona (advisor) ; Nováková, Pavlína (referee)
Title of the bachelor thesis: Use of regenerative procedures by students of UK FTVS Department: Department of Health Physical Education and Sport Medicine Supervisor: MUDr. Simona Majorová Goals: The main aim of the thesis was to find out which regeneration procedures UK FTVS students use the most, identify the main reason for use and the factors determining the selection of the regenerations procedure. The secondary objective was to summarize and characterize regeneration forms and resources on the basis of porfessional literature dealing with regeneration in sport. Than on the basis of the survey results with regards of professional literature make regeneration recommendation for students in practice. Metohods: The necessary informations was collected by using a non - invasive method of online survey. A total of 60 UK FTVS students from domain TVS participated in the research, across all grades regardless of gender. Results: On the basis of online survey was found that the most used thermal regeneration procedure among students is sauna, water procedure is swimming pool - swimming, the most used type of massage is sports massage and light procedures are not used by the vast majority of students. For electroprocedures, we chose only a questions about the experience with them, because of the need...
Modelling of Selected Risks in Healthcare
Nováková, Pavlína ; Bednář, Josef (referee) ; Popela, Pavel (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the modeling of selected risks in healthcare. Motivated by the current pandemic situation, it focuses on analysis of risks associated with the vaccination center in Brno. The theoretical part is mainly devoted to the issue of risk management with a focus on risks in healthcare, where the methods that are used in the practical part are defined. Furthermore, the thesis presents selected topics of mathematical programming. Especially, the newsvendor problem is introduced as inspiring case for further modelling. The brief description of the covid-19 pandemic situation later serves as one of the data sources. The practical part deals with the description and risk analysis of the vaccination process using the methods "What If?" and the FMEA method. Appropriate decisions are then proposed for selected risk situations using the GAMS optimization system. Based on the results of the calculations, specific recommendations are proposed.
Psychomotor games as way of development for graphomotor skills by preschool children
Sochorová, Denisa ; Nováková, Pavlína (advisor) ; Vařeková, Jitka (referee)
Title: Psychomotor games as a mean of graphomotorics development in preschool children Objectives: The aim of this master thesis is to evaluate the level of graphomotor skills in kindergarten for preschool children and also evaluate the effect of psychomotor exercises and games on preschool children. . Methods: This is a quasi-experiment, which works with a targeted selection of a group of probands,children from a specific kindergarten. Twelve children were selected and dividend into research and kontrol group. Both groups included six probands, four boys and two girls.The level of graphomotor skills was tested by using the figure drawing test and tests from the MABC-2 battery. At the same time, it is a qualitative research, where the quality of execution of individual tasks and the hygiene of writing is monitored on the basis of non-standardized observation. Results: The results of the final testing showed an improvement in the control group of children in whom no psychomotor games were applied. Both groups had better final results in figure drawing test and in fine motor skills tests from the MABC- 2 battery. Keywords: psychomotor activities, children draw, preschool age, graphomotorics skills, figure drawing, fine motor skills

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