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Using of movement games in handball training for children.
Plucarová, Kristýna ; Petružela, Jan (advisor) ; Carboch, Jan (referee)
Title: The use of movement games in the handball training for children Objectives: The aim of thesis is to find out how movement games are used in the training of children and youth in our country - with what aim and for what purpose coaches choose them. Specify the principles and criteria of their use in handball training. Find out what are the different states of movement games in the Czech Handball Federation. Methods: For the preparation of the bachelor thesis an anonymous questionnaire was created for handball coaches in the category of pre-school, mini-players and younger players. The questionnaire was extended by the regional coaches and managers of the Czech Handball Federation to the individual teams. Results: The use of movement games in the training of younger pupils is sufficient according to the General Concept of the Methodology. The use of movement games is not sufficient in the pre-school and mini-junior categories. From the result it can be concluded that there is a lack of theoretical knowledge among the coaches of these categories. Keywords: handball, mini handball, movement games, methodology, long-term athlete development
The influence of athletic exercises on speed and jumping abilities of handball players aged 11 to 13
Jelínek, Erik ; Petružela, Jan (advisor) ; Carboch, Jan (referee)
Title: Impact athletic exercises on speed and jump abilities of 11-13 years old handball players. Objectives: The aim of this work is to find out whether it is possible to improve the performance of speed and jump skills of handball players aged from 11 to 13 by using athletic exercises in the preparatory part of the training unit, by creating an athletic intervention program. Methods: This work, based on the type of experimental study, uses methods of measurement, intervention and comparison between two groups - control and experimental. It was done 2 total measurements of exercises included in test battery of Czech handball association. The first measurement of both groups was done before the intervention program, which was applied only on the experimental group. The second measurement of both groups was done after the end of the intervention program. The resulting measurement data were finally averaged, compared and evaluated between the control and experimental groups. Results: It was found the positive effect of intervention program based on athletic exercises on development of speed skills. Jump abilities has been only little significantly improved. Keywords: Handball, fitness, condition, training, athletics, youth training, special running exercises.
Comparison of the frequency of individual game activities with the rule allowing one-stroke and multi-stroke dribble in mini handball matches
Loutocká, Denisa ; Petružela, Jan (advisor) ; Vorálek, Rostislav (referee)
Title: Comparison of the frequency of individual game activities with the rule allowing one-stroke and multi-stroke dribble in minihandball matches Objectives: The main objective of this paper is to determine which type of dribbling, single- strike dribbling or multi-strike dribbling is more effective for the game of minihandball. Methods: For the preparation of the bachelor thesis, a handball tournament was organized for three Prague handball teams of mini pupils. Within the framework of the conducted tournament, the game activities of the individual and the dribbling methods were observed. The indirect observation method was used to obtain data from video recordings taken during the tournament, which were subsequently processed in Microsoft Excel. Results: From the records obtained, it can be concluded that dribbling does not have a significant effect on the game of mini-betting. Both types of dribbling bring some positives and negatives to the game. Keywords: handball, minihandball, individual game activity, dribble, frequency
Rehearsal of shooting from the wing position in handball
Petružela, Jan ; Tůma, Martin (advisor) ; Kočíb, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Rehearsal of shooting from the wing position in handball Objectives: The aim of the work was to build and verify the training model for practicing and perfecting the shooting technique from the the wing position in handball. Based on the comparison and evaluation of each videoclip (before and after the intervention) five players tested, we found that this training model is effective. Methods: Five respondents players will be filmed during the shooting from the wing position, then the players go through during the months June and July seven training units, in the length thirty minutes, focusing on the progress of technique. After the completion of the training units, players will be filmed again and the videoclips will be compared with the original assessman. Results: In monitored group, a programme we have created caused a qualitative improvement the skills of all players. Key words: Wing, training, performance, intervention programme
The chapter about puppets, manequins and other creatures in theatre of Michel de Ghelderode
Petružela, Jan ; Hyvnar, Jan (advisor) ; Pavlovský, Petr (referee)
The diploma work "The chapter about puppets, mannequins and other creatures in theatre of Michel de Ghelderode" presents in the beginning a short overview of life and work contexts of Michel de Ghelderode and a selection from literature. The main chapter treat a different approaches to aspect of puppet in the relation with a man in plays of author. These apects are analyzed mainly in formes of mannequin, automat, animal and others. This work concern certain concepts of mannequins from Bruno Schulz's work and the power of mannequin hiden in his man's "double" character. The chapters "Ghelderode in the world" and "Ghelderode in Czech republic" presents shortly a panorama of theatrical reception. The supplements (I-III) contains: I. Chronology of Michel de Ghelderode's plays, II. Bibliography of czech translations of his plays, III. List of theatre realizations of his plays in Czech repubic till these days.
Defensive game abilities, combinations and systems in beach volleyball
Pihera, František ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
The main intention of this bachelor's work was to observe and compare types of defense of three chosen beach volleyball teams, which were as follows: Perušič/Schweiner, Mol/Sorum and McKibbin/McKibbin. Results were based on statistics of watched matches and a questionnaire, which was sent to the chosen teams. The present paper is made of two parts. Firstly, a theoretical introduction which explains the main issue to the reader, outlines the general history of beach volleyball and defines the main terms needed to understand the research. The following practical part focuses on the observation of the chosen matches and their evaluation based on the filled-in questionnaire. With regards to the traced data, the best defense has the team of McKibbin/McKibbin, which scored the highest percentage of successful defense (61%). Second was the team of Perušič/Schweiner, with the percentage of 54% of rewarding defense, and third came the team of Mol/Sorum, who were successful in 51% of all defense cases. Keywords: blocker, defender, block, beach volleyball, "side-out", defense, fruitfulness
Monitoring of changes in vertical jump, speed test and standing long jump of 17-19 years old volleyball players
Kuncíř, Tomáš ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Title: Monitoring of changes in vertical jump, speed test and standing long jump of 17-19 years old volleyball players Aims: The goal of the thesis is to process the test results of vertical jump, standing long jump and speed K-test of volleyball players between the ages of 17 and 19. Methods: Statistical evaluating of gathered data and its processing into graphs and tables Conclusions: Results show that performances of volleyball players between 17 and 19 years of age increased: - by 3.5 % at vertical jump - by 4.5 % at standing long jump - by 1.1 % at speed K-test Keywords: Performance growth, Testing, Motor skills tests, Adolescents category, Test battery
Success rate monitoring of the selected volleyball spiker game moves in the male extraleague.
Horák, Tomáš ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Title: Success rate monitoring of the selected volleyball spiker game moves in the male extraleague. Aim: The aim of the thesis is to find out the success of the players in the hitter's position in the best eight teams of the men's volleyball extraleague on the pass and on the attack. Method: The thesis is based on empirical research using the technique of data collection using indirect observation, survey and video analysis of selected matches. Results: The results confirmed that the second spikers were better players in the passing ball than first spikers. It was further confirmed that the first spikers were better attacking players than second spikers. The first spikers were more used in the attack than second spikers, it wasn't confirmed. Keywords: Volleyball Spiker Pass Attack Male extraleague Statistics
Determining the frequency of ankle injuries in performance volleyball players.
Chaloupka, Dušan ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Tittle: Determining the frequency of ankle injuries in performance volleyball players. Objective: The main goal of the bachelor thesis is to monitor the frequency of ankle injuries and their causes in volleyball players and to compare the frequency with other volleyball injuries. Methods: The method of data collection will take the form of a questionnaire, where players will be required to fill in gender, age, number of ankle injuries and other important information that will help to write a bachelor's thesis. Results: Based on the results of the research through questionnaires, it could make a positive contribution to the target group in the field of injury prevention and at the same time provide an objective view of the issue of ankle joint injuries. Key words: Joint, injury, volleyball, jumps, transfers.
Visual constrains in badminton serve
Ďurčo, Dominik ; Carboch, Jan (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Title: Visual constrains in badminton serve Objectives: Main goal of this bachleor's theses was to examine whether and to what extent does the visual feedback influences short badminton serve, whether the accuracy and success rate will change. Methods: Data were obtained experimentally, later evaluated by the method of indirect observation - video analysis. Ten players were tested. Each player was subjected to four tests. The first serve test was with occlusion, the player's vision was occluded at the moment of contact of the shuttlecock with the racket using the occlusion glasses that the players wore. The second and third tests were performed under normal conditions. The last test was the same as the first test with occlusion. Results: By comparing the average distances of the shuttlecock impact points between the short backhand serve tests in badminton, a statistically significant effect of visual feedback p = 0.04 on the accuracy of short serve was demonstrated. In the occlusion tests, the average distance between the line and the point of impact of the shuttlecock was 32.5 ± 23.9 cm and under normal conditions 27.7 ± 20.8 cm. The difference between number of fouls under two conditions was only 1.5%, with more foul attempts being recorded in the tests under normal conditions. Keywords:...

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