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Comparison of volleyball and basketball conditioning
Voleská, Kristýna ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Author: Kristýna Voleská Title: Comparison of volleyball and basketball conditioning Objectives: The aim of the study was to compare the conditioning of volleyball and basketball. The thesis examines the structure of individual conditioning preparations, differences and similarities in training methods and training goals. Methods: We used a search method to find information and knowledge about conditioning in volleyball and basketball, then we processed the data and compared the materials with each other. Results: The study summarizes the main findings and discusses the effect of conditioning on volleyball players compared to basketball players. This thesis shows that volleyball players' conditioning has its own specific needs but also shares some training principles with other sports. Understanding these differences and similarities can lead to more effective conditioning. Keywords: basketball, conditioning training, conditioning training in sports, sports training, volleyball
Comparison of the success rate of an attack depending on the quality of the set in the German 1. Bundesliga with the Czech Extraliga in volleyball
Bergmann, Viktor ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Title: Comparison of spike success depending on the quality of the set in German 1. Bundesliga with Czech Extraliga volleyball. Objectives: The aim of this study is to determine how in setting in volleyball contributes to the success of the attack in the 1st German Bundesliga. According to the statistical results found, create a formula to evaluate the success of the setter and then compare the German and Czech top competitions in volleyball and analyze any differences and find the causes of these differences. Methods: The thesis used the analysis of video footage of the matchs, which is a source of interest data. This data was subsequently recorded in tables, processed using statistical methods and expressed verbally and using graphs. Results: The work found out how the set affects the success rate of the attack, which recording has the highest probability to score a point and which, in turn, has the lowest. At the same time, the results of the Czech Extraliga and the German Bundesliga were compared. Finally, a formula was created to evaluate the setters based on thein performance. Keywords: Volleyball, Reception, Set, Block, Spike, Success rate, Extraleague, Bundesleague
Use of instructional materials by volleyball coaches of category U14
Pták, Vojtěch ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Title: Use of instructional materials by volleyball coaches of category U14 Objectives: The main objective of this study was to find out whether U14 volleyball coaches use instructional materials, what instructional materials they use, which instructional materials they prefer and where they get these materials from. What is their view of the instructional materials prepared by the Czech Volleyball Federation and what instructional materials they lack. Methods: We used a survey method where we collected data in the form of an online questionnaire. The questionnaire was sent via e-mail to 190 contact persons of the U14 category, which were listed on the website of the Czech Volleyball Federation. In the e-mail it was clearly stated that it was intended for U14 coaches only. The online questionnaire contained 24 questions and was completed by 105 coaches. Results: YouTube was the most preferred platform for obtaining information. 51 % of coaches prefer to learn through a combination of written text and video and 43 % prefer video only. Only 25 % of coaches can quickly and easily find the instructional materials they are looking for. Only 30 % of coaches are familiar with the education section of the CVF website. Only 1/3 of the coaches participate in formal training organized by the CVF. Keywords:...
The influence of the menstrual cycle on the performance of a volleyball player
Urbanová, Nikol ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Title: Objectives: The influence of the menstrual cycle on the performance of a volleyball player How does the menstrual cycle affect the performance of representative volleyball girls. Another of the goals is to bring the population closer and familiarize them with the given topic, thus facilitating the opportunity to talk about this often taboo topic. Also offer a solution to adjust the training load in different phases of the menstrual cycle. Methods: Results: Keywords: The main research method was anonymous questionnire The obtained results confirmed that the menstrual cycle has an effect on the performance of female volleyball players, and the players perceive how much influence it has on them. At the same time, they are of the opinion that the topic should be discussed more. Menstruation, menstrual cycle, performance, match, volleyball
Monitoring fitness in elite women handball players
Mikulášková, Veronika ; Kaplan, Aleš (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Title: Monitoring fitness in elite female handball players. Objectives: The subject of the bachelor thesis is the analysis of the conditioning abilities of a women's handball team playing in the highest Czech competition. The comparison of the results measured during the preparation period, first at the beginning and then in the final phase of the cycle, will show us the positive influence of physical conditioning during the game break or, on the contrary, will serve the coaches of the chosen club as an indicator of incorrectly chosen concept of training units. Methods: Testing was conducted on 18 elite female handball players aged 19 to 30 years. Using 5 selected field tests, we diagnosed the level of selected fitness abilities that are central to achieving quality performance in handball. According to the comparison and statistical processing of the results, differences between pretest and posttest performances were determined. The individual tests concerned dynamic lower limb strength (vertical jump and horizontal jump), throwing arm strength (2kg medicine ball throw), running endurance (beep test) and speed and coordination skills (agility T- test). Primary and secondary measurements were taken 6 weeks apart. Results: Control data from the posttests showed improvement in all tested disciplines....
Perception and realization of condition training in youth category in handball
Hlavatý, Lukáš ; Petružela, Jan (advisor) ; Vorálek, Rostislav (referee)
Title: Perception and realization of condition training in youth category in handball Objectives: The aim of bachelor thesis is to find out how is a conditional training implemented in young category under 14 years old Methods: For collecting data was used anonymous questionnaire which was extended by Czech Handball Federation across many trainers from category under 14 years old Results: Conditional training has more space in clubs with higher status than in clubs with smaller status by Czech handbal federation. Conditional training is created by head coaches and conditional training is used in form of mini-blocks in handbal training. Key words: handball, strenght training, conditional training, Czech handball federation, long-term development of athlete
Regeneration in top volleyball players
Fikar, Martin ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Title: Regeneration for elite volleyball players Objectives: The aim of my bachelor's thesis is to detect the knowledge and awareness of the types of regeneration in volleyball among the clubs of the Czech "UNIQA extraleague". Whether the players comply with these regeneration procedures and to what extent they fulfill these procedures in comparison to findings from the specialized literature. Methods: In my work, i used the questionnaire survey method. The questions for this questionnaire were consulted in advance with an expert in this topic. To make it easier for foreign players, the questionnaire was also written in English. We then compared the results from the questionnaire with professional literature. Results: I found out that regeneration is not given as much emphasis as it should be. At the same time, a high number of accidents surfaced. Another finding concerned coaches who provided inaccurate information regarding passive recovery. Regarding passive regeneration according to players, it is of great importance, but more than half do not do anything that could make this regeneration more effective and of better quality. Keywords: analysis, sleep, performance, muscle soreness, volleyball
Evaluation of the Success of selected game skills in mens Volleyball extraleague
Toman, Jiří ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Title: Evaluation of the Success of selected game skills in mens Volleyball extraleague Keywords: volleyball, serve, pass, success, player, team Objectives: The primary goal of this bachelor's thesis, was to comparison of two types of serves, namely jump float and jump spin serves and in addition, comparison of its passes. The secondary objective was the analysis of these two serves and reception of the ball which were assessted based on a scale of serve and a pass. Methods: To construct the analysis, data was collected and imputed to table using strokes. The data was obteined by closely monitoring games from match recordings. Furthermore, in order to analyse the data correctly, the game had to be split into individual sections of serves, passes and subsequent sets. The last method that was used in this work was the evaluatin scale, both for serves and passes. Results: The results were noted for clarity in graphs and tables, where they were commented.
The difference in range of motion between dominant and non-dominant upper extremity of female volleyball players
Štěpánová, Anna ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Title: The difference in range of motion between dominant and non-dominant upper extremity of female volleyball players. Objectives: The aim of this study is to compare the shoulder range of motion of dominant and non-dominant upper extremity of female volleyball players. The work should inform about the extent of muscle dysbalancies caused by asymetric loading. Methods: The study is qualitative and all the data will be obtained by measurements. For measuring i will utilise hypermobility tests by Janda as a foundation but mainly the goniometry. The data were proseded with respect to studied literature dealing with this topic. Results: Evaluation of range of motion and coparison with the physiology. Key words: volleyball, range of motion, mobility, shoulder joint, goniometry

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