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Sexual satisfaction in people with spinal cord injuries engaged in regular physical activity
Kuncipálová, Žaneta ; Prokešová, Eva (advisor) ; Půlpán, David (referee)
Title: Sexual satisfaction in people with spinal cord injuries engaged in regular physical activity. Objectives: The main goal of this work is to determine the level of sexual satisfaction in people with spinal cord injuries, who perform regular physical activity. Methods: A battery of questions was used to find out the satisfaction of people with spinal cord injuries, who regularly perform physical activity. The WHOQOL 100, PASID, LATA, SAS SAQ questionnaires were used as basic for creating battery of questions. Data collection was completely anonymous and took place online. The survey involved 21 respondents with spinal cord injuries (18 men and 3 women) aged 18 to 75 years. All were included in the research because they met the criteria for performing regular physical activity. The results of the survey were processed into graphs and tables and supplemented by a written commentary. Results: It was found that for a majority of respondents their sexual life is important and for most of them the sexual life is a source of pleasure. Almost half of the respondents consider their sexual life satisfactory. However , less than half of the respondents state that not all their needs are met. The research suggests that satisfaction with amount of physical activity performed may be related to higher quality...
Volunteering in para-athletics
Tréšková, Běla ; Vařeková, Jitka (advisor) ; Půlpán, David (referee)
Title: Volunteering in para athletics. Aims: The aim of this master thesis is research and insight into the problems within gaining volunteers in para-sport and further evaluate the volunteers motivation in attending the athletics contests. Methods: The qualitative research used for the examination is based on descriptive analyses. Two surveys and one interview were used for the enquiry of this volunteer phenomenon. To bring up the full picture of the volunteering phenomenon were chosen respondents who are representing three participating groups. First, individuals with volunteering experience, next students of Physical Education in practice and sport for people with specific needs, coordinators of athletes competitions and last para athletes. The research enquiry was based on original self structured surveys and interviews. Surveys were distributed via the electronic program Survio. The interviews were sent by email as a word file enclosure. Results: Results of this pilot research showed the meaning of volunteering in prarasport. The results of surveys for volunteers introduced some important points of motivation. The positive as well as the negative points leading volunteers to the volunteering work at the para athletic contests. The most significant motivation, quoted by the volunteers, is to...
Analysis of the current offer of leisure activities with focus on physical activity for primary school pupils with special needs in Prague
Nováková, Eva ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Půlpán, David (referee)
Title: Analysis of the current offer of leisure activities with focus on physical activity for primary school pupils with special needs in Prague Objectives: The main objective of this work is to analyze the services offered in the field of leisure activities with focus on sports and physical activity (PA) for primary school pupils with special educational needs (SEN) in Prague. Methods: We use two sources of data in our qualitative research. The first source is data obtained from the analysis of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports specifically for this research. The second source of data is a modified survey questionnaire created by Linhartova (2018). The questionnaire responses were obtained from 49 respondents, who were managers of centers and instructors of PA who provide leisure PA in Prague. Results: The research discovered insufficient support for PA among Prague primary school pupils with SEN in their free time. It turned out that on the one hand the offer of provided PA is not adapted to children with SEN and in the same way the offered activities are used by these children only to a very small extent, where it is more about individuals. The study also points to a set of barriers limiting the implementation of these PA. We identified obstacles in the area of insufficient...
The effect of exercise program on functional condition of a swimmer with cerebral palsy
Pilař, Jiří ; Půlpán, David (advisor) ; Strnad, Pavel (referee)
swimmer's functional condition with cerebral palsy. In particular the effect on the range of leg's motion, possibilities of using of movement's programme during the swimming training regular exercise based on fysiotherapist's advice and consultant. This program included everyday's the range of motion of hip joint between 5 ř and 15 ř. There was also an muscle test of Vladimír Janda. The interview showed off
The BanalFatal program in spinal cord injury prevention.
Pokorný, Václav ; Vařeková, Jitka (advisor) ; Půlpán, David (referee)
Title: The BanalFatal program in spinal cord injury prevention Objectives: The main objective of this diploma thesis is to examine the subjective impressions of participants after the completion of this program (lesson) so that it is possible to assess the emotional impact of the program and its impact on the further behavior of children. Methods: A quantitative strategy was used for the research part of the thesis. For the purposes of the research, two original questionnaires were created. 6 primary schools were contacted, in which the BanalFatal program previously took place. The questionnaire, aimed at school prevention methodologists, was filled in by all addressed school staff, but only in 4 school facilities, it was possible to interview school pupils. Thus, 6 school prevention methodologists and 164 pupils from 4 selected primary schools (Prague 11, 4, Litoměřice, Dačice) were interviewed. The questionnaire for prevention methodologists contains closed, semi-closed, and open questions. The questionnaire for pupils was created in the form of a survey and contained only closed questions. Results: All school methodologists presume that attending the BanalFatal lecture will have a certain effect on students' change in behavior during risky activities. "Certainly yes" was stated by 1 and "rather...
The influence of alcohol on memory in the elderly
Vajdíková, Markéta ; Šteffl, Michal (advisor) ; Půlpán, David (referee)
Title: The influence of alcohol on memory in the elderly Objectives: To estimate association between alcohol consumption and memory in the elderly above 60 years of age. Methods: The master's thesis is a cross-sectional study. All data were acquired from the Survey of Health Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE) project. For the purpose of this research, the participants were divided into four categories according to the highest acquired level of their education. For data analysis, Kruskal-Wallis Test and Mann-Whitney U test with Bonferoni's correction for post - hoc analysis were employed. The testing of participants involved immediate and delayed recall of 10 words. Results: In this research, a total of 36 534 participants were used. Out of this, 20 389 were females and 16 145 were males. In most categories, there were statistically significant differences in both tests, surprisingly preferring alcohol consumption (p<0.001). In males, who had problems with alcohol abuse during their life, the results of both tests were significantly worse (p<0.001). Conclusions: Results indicate statistically significant association between memory and alcohol consumption. Keywords: memory, cognitive functions, alcohol consumption, elderly, SHARE
Blind football
Vondráček, Jiří ; Větrovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Půlpán, David (referee)
Title of the thesis: Blind football Objectives: The objective of this bachelor's thesis is to apprise the public with sport which is as a phenomenon as football adapted to the possibilities of athletes with visual impairments. It is a sport that is not very popular in any territory of ours, just like all other sports for handicapped people. I would like to familiarize people, so that sports activity can come closer, but also to sports enthusiasts who are interested in basic information about this sports game. Method: The bachelor's thesis is made by the method of review, on the basis of summary from theoretical knowledge and specialized information. Results: Writing rules and all available information that is important to know to practice this sport. Key words: football, sport, visual disability, rules
Paralympic classification in table tennis players with physical impairments
Půlpán, David ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Čichoň, Rostislav (referee)
Title: Paralympic classification in table tennis players with physical impairments Objectives: The aim of this work is to create systematic text by literary research follow up issue about classification in paralympic sport with focusing on table tennis players with physical impairments. Methods: In this thesis we used qualitative research methods. It is based on the analysis and synthesis of available literature resources, key organizations, and expert consultations. Results: A comprehensive text about issue of classification in the paralympic table tennis of physically disabled players was created. This work can help national table tennis classifiers of physically disabled players to classify players. In the future, research in this area needs to be carried a way that the classification is truly based on scientific evidence. Keywords: health impairment, evaluation, paralympic games, classifier, sport classes, eligibility
Paralympic classification in table tennis players with physical impairments
Půlpán, David ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Čichoň, Rostislav (referee)
Title: Paralympic classification in table tennis players with physical impairments Objectives: The aim of this work is to create systematic text by literary research follow up issue about classification in paralympic sport with focusing on table tennis players with physical impairments. Methods: In this thesis we used qualitative research methods. It is based on the analysis and synthesis of available literature resources, key organizations, and expert consultations. Results: A comprehensive text about issue of classification in the paralympic table tennis of physically disabled players was created. This work can help national table tennis classifiers of physically disabled players to classify players. In the future, research in this area needs to be carried a way that the classification is truly based on scientific evidence. Keywords: health impairment, evaluation, paralympic games, classifier, sport classes, eligibility
Comparison of motivation and mental condition between able-bodied table tennis players and "standing" table tennis players with a disability
Půlpán, David ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Prokešová, Eva (referee)
Title: Comparison of motivation and mental conditions between able-bodied table tennis players and "standing" table tennis players with a disability Objectives: The aim of this work is to compare differences in perception of motivation and mental conditions before the match, during the match and after the match between able-bodied table tennis players and "standing" table tennis players with a physical disability. Methods: In our thesis we used a method of qualitative research which we applied using an online non-standardized questionnaire with closed answers. The questionnaire was running for 7 days and respondents were addressed individually, either by phone or email address and social network site call Facebook. We managed to get answers from of 41 respondents, actually 20 from intact players and 21 from the disabled ("standing") players. Results: We determined that both target groups have different perceptions of motivation and mental conditions. Though in some cases, their responses are identical or similar, so even though the monitored factor in most of cases are different. E.g. 40/41 respondents answered that they are motivated by intrinsic motivation to play table tennis. Target group of intact players prefers social prestige, on the other hand the second target group of disabled...

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