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Volleyball in physical education classes at primary school
Králová, Hana ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Suchý, Jiří (referee)
At the beginning of my research, I will conduct a survey based on which I will find out how 9th grade girls master the game of volleyball, whether they have played it before or not, or how often they have played it, and how they are doing with individual volleyball skills. The initial investigation includes a questionnaire for female students in two selected classes and their volleyball skills testing. Based on the information found, I will prepare the lessons. I will have prepared one method of teaching volleyball for female students of one class - teaching individual game activities. I will teach them all volleyball skills, train with them and practice everything. E.g. two-handed uppercut (fingers), two-handed lowercut (digger), serve and attack stroke. And for the second class, I will prepare a different method of teaching volleyball - teaching free play. I will play mini volleyball with them. From the easiest yellow mini volleyball to the hardest blue mini volleyball. In yellow mini volleyball, only team players throw the ball to each other. In orange mini-volleyball, you catch the ball and then pass it to your teammates by hitting it with both hands with the top (fingers) after your own pitch. In the red mini- volleyball, it is possible to perform an intermediate rebound with both hands with...
Returning to sport after LCA rupture in university students of physical education and sport.
Paulusová, Barbora ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Chrástková, Martina (referee)
This work is focused on the return of athletes who study physical education at universities to sports and active movement after a knee injury, specifically after a rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament (ligamentum cruciatum anterius - LCA). The LCA is an important stabilizer of the knee joint, its rupture is one of the frequent and serious knee injuries during sports. Rupture of the LCA has very serious consequences for the biomechanics of the knee joint. The thesis describes the anatomy of the knee joint and possible causes of LCA injuries. The diploma thesis also deals with methods of injury diagnosis and treatment options. The aim of the thesis is to find out whether, after experiencing this injury, the athletes were able to return to sport without performance limitations and, if so, how their recovery took place. KEYWORDS anterior cruciata ligament, injury, students, sports, recovery, rehabilitation
Musculoskeletal injuries in volleyball players in relation to prevention and regeneration
Vodičková, Sára ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Panská, Šárka (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of the most common musculoskeletal injuries of volleyball players of all performance and age groups. The aim of the diploma thesis is to analyze the injuries that the players suffered during training sessions or matches, how serious they are, how they recover and how to prevent their reoccurrence. The theoretical part of the work is mainly focused on the description of the units of the human locomotor system susceptible to injury during the game, following their diagnosis. The practical part of the work deals with the analysis of individual injuries in relation to performance and age groups and preventive and regenerative measures. The method of expert questionnaire survey is used to obtain this data. The obtained data are processed on the basis of the studied Czech and foreign literature and compared with similar studies dealing with the issue of injury rates in relation to prevention and regeneration. The results of the work indicate that the fingers are the most injured part of the musculoskeletal system, and the game specialization most prone to injuries is the post libero. Another finding is the many times greater injury rate among young groups of players and the general lack of preparation for physical activity among most volleyball players, which does...
Ice skating lessons at the 2nd grade of primary schools
Orlová, Adéla ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Dlouhý, Martin (referee)
This bachelor's thesis on the topic of Teaching ice skating in the lower-secondary schools focuses on the course of teaching ice skating in the lower-secondary schools. The main goal of the work was to map and analyze the teaching of ice skating at elementary schools and creating a suitable methodology with the help of literature, including the results of the research part. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with the analysis and criticism of the literature devoted to the teaching of ice skating and ice skating in general. This part focuses on the characteristics of ice skating, a brief outline of history of ice skaing, ice skating sports, characteristics of the older school age, on Rámcový vzdělávací plán and its concept of ice skating and on the personality of the teacher/coach. The research part is based on a questionnaire survey. The questionnaires were sent electronically to elementary schools and their purpose was to find out how skating lessons are conducted at the approached elementary schools and how and where are the lessons provided. Thanks to the questionnaires and literature a suitable methodology for the lower-secondary schools was created. KEYWORDS Ice skating lessons, elementary school, older school age, metodology of ice skating.
Influence of professional sport on the parents of children - future athletes in terms of their expectations and reasons for choosing sport on the example of ice hockey
Jančová, Michaela ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Dlouhý, Martin (referee)
The topic of the thesis is the influence of professional sport on parents of children - future athletes in terms of their expectations and reasons for choosing sport, using ice hockey as an example. The main objective of the thesis is to find out the primary reasons for parents' choice of sport for their children and to find out their expectations of what movement skills and character traits their children will develop in the club. Quantitative research using a questionnaire survey was chosen as the research method. Three hockey clubs across different league levels were involved in the research. The research sample consisted of two groups, one of which was a group of 140 parents of children aged 3-15 years and the other group consisted of 41 youth coaches. The results showed that the main reason for parents to choose a sport for their child was their child's interest in that sport. Furthermore, when analysed in more detail, the results showed in the context of the age group of the children that for parents of pre-school children, seeing their child's professional sport career was more important as a reason for involvement in a hockey club than for parents of older children. In contrast, parents of older school-age children gave more weight to all-round and harmonious development than parents of...
Case report of a patient with hip dysplasia
Buršová, Denisa ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Hájková, Jana (referee)
V ANGLICKÉM JAZYCE: The bachelor thesis deals with the problem of congenital hip dysplasia. It is a case study of a patient with this disease. The main aim of the thesis is to describe and describe the congenital developmental disorder of the hip joint and to record the development of the disease from birth to the current state through case studies of individual patients and then to compare them with each other. In addition, to gain insights from a healthcare professional that could be of benefit to both patients with this type of condition and parents of patients. The bachelor thesis consists of two parts. The theoretical part is devoted to a detailed description of the disease. The description includes definition, division, occurrence, manifestations of the disease and methods of treatment. The practical part deals with the analysis of the disease in a particular individual. The research was conducted primarily through the medical reports of two patients. The patients were further compared with each other. Based on the information from the theoretical part and the medical reports, I then compiled interview questions for the physiotherapist. From the interview I tried to find out mainly information from a practical point of view, which is not given in professional publications but is central to...
Impact of the covid-19 pandemic on the physical fitness of female volleyball players between the age of 14 and 16.
Bendová, Tereza ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Bunc, Václav (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the physical fitness of girls aged 14 to 16. The aim of this work is to evaluate the impact of the pandemic on a particular group of female volleyball players on the basis of recorded data. The theoretical part focuses on the pandemic itself, but mainly on the physical activity linked with the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The theoretical part also expands on information about volleyball and the individual player positions. The practical part deals with the recorded data and its evaluation. For data collection, I chose special motor tests performed on volleyball that test specific motoric abilities of volleyball players. The results showed that the physical fitness of the female volleyball players deteriorated in all tested areas. The biggest percentual deterioration can be found in the K-test used to measure speed. The deterioration rate was recorded in 100% of the players. Furthermore, when comparing whether the players' performance after returning to training recovered to their pre-pandemic levels, I found that not all players were able to perform the same. KEYWORDS volleyball, COVID-19 pandemic, fitness tests, physical fitness, sport training
University hockey in the Czech Republic from the point of its participants
Šimková, Anna Marie ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Suchý, Jiří (referee)
In my work I try to map university hockey in the Czech Republic through the personal experiences of its players. I describe the organisation and function of university hockey competitions played or played by Czech clubs, as well as the organisation of ice hockey at the Academic Championships and Universiade. In order to gain insights, I mainly used interviews with personalities from the ranks of players, coaches or management in the field of university hockey. This is because I wanted to capture their opinions and experiences on the issue in order to shed light on it in the most authentic way possible. KEYWORDS Ice Hockey, University League, Academic Championships, Universiade
Comparison of existing and innovative teaching of futsal in primary schools.
Šmejc, Ondřej ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Suchý, Jiří (referee)
The thesis aims at teaching futsal in primary schools. In this thesis we would like to highlight the issue of teaching futsal in primary schools, as it is often not about teaching futsal, but only about indoor football. We will try to shed light on the main problems and show the way for teachers how this sport should be taught properly in schools. It covers the historical development of futsal and the evolution of the sport in the RVP, rules, movement skills and abilities, game activities of the individual, game combinations and game systems. The work also includes two exercise books, an existing one and an innovative one. The ambition of the thesis is to highlight the improvement of skills and abilities in futsal through specialized futsal training and to provide teachers or university students with a clear manual for teaching the sport. KEYWORDS Futsal, training, methodology, technique, system, rule

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