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Development of coordination skills during year long training cycle in U13 players
Činčila, Šimon ; Kregl, Jan (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Title of bachelor thesis: Development of coordination in the category of youngsters in the annual training cycle Prepared by: Šimon Činčila Thesis supervisor: Mgr. Jan Kregl Objectives: To prepare a proposal for an annual training cycle, which could help coaches in its making. Furthermore, the preparation of ten different ideal training units that deal with the development of coordination skills. Methodology: In this work I used following methods: data collection, observation and active participation. These are the methods most commonly used to collect qualitative data. Thesis results: The result of the bachelor thesis is the design of a one-year training cycle (OYTC) in the category of youngsters. Furthermore, the design of ten ideal training units and their design in the TC. All my results count on an ideal state at the level of coaches, players and clubs. Keywords: Coordination skills, annual training cycle, training unit, youngsters category, coordination development
Somatotype and off-ice performance as predictors for long term hockey perspective in youth ice hockey players
Pilná, Petra ; Musálek, Martin (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: Somatotype and off-ice performance as predictors for long term hockey perspective in youth ice hockey players. Objectives: The aim of this thesis was to determine whether a player's somatotype and performance in selected off-ice tests predict a player's hockey perspective judged by coaches in youth hockey of the highest domestic competition. Methods: The thesis included 112 hockey players in highest youth league. The off-ice tests included 1. Illinois agility, 2. Illinois agility with a ball, 3. Five jump test, 4. Sit and Reach Flexibility Test, 5. Squat Jump, 6. Free Arm Countermovement Jump, 7. Pull ups, 8. 1500 m run. The somatotype was evaluated according to the method of Heath and Carter (1990). The analysis of variance with repetition was used to compare performances over time with respect to somatotype categorization. A paired T-test with a confidence level of 95 % (p < 0,05) was used to assess potential within-survey. Cohen's d was used for the paired T-test to estimate the clinical significance (effect size), with Cohen's d ≤ 0.3 determined as the clinically significant effect size. To estimate the degree of influence of the selected off-ice tests on game perspective was assesed by multiple regression analysis with significance p < 0,05 and adjusted R2. Results: The only significant...
Comparison of ice-hockey stadiums
Petrov, Daniil ; Flemr, Libor (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Author: Daniil Petrov Title: Comparison of selected multifunctional winter stadiums Objectives: The main goal of the bachelor thesis is to compare two selected multifunctional winter stadiums with similar visitor capacity, both in terms of construction and in terms of financing construction and operation. Within the construction aspect, the work outlines the functionality of selected buildings and a comparison of the individual components of the winter stadium with regard to the main - the match hall and the training hall. Then on the background and other components of the winter stadium. From the financial point of view, the work deals with the financing of the construction and the financial cost of the implementation of the individual components of the winter stadium. Methods: In our work, we chose a method of data analysis from existing data to examine the data. The method of statistical analysis was chosen to compare the partial data. Results: The work compared the costs of project implementation based on the analysis of documents of two selected multifunctional winter stadiums, provided with the consent of the project owner. The comparison of the results provided an insight into the issues of financing the construction of a new sports ground, return on investment, purposefulness and usability...
Analysis of power plays in Czech republic U18 for the last three World Championship (2018, 2019, 2021)
Brož, Jaroslav ; Novák, Dominik (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: Analysis of power plays in Czech republic U18 for the last three World Championship (2018, 2019, 2021) Objectives: The aim of this bachelor thesis will be a detailed analysis of the goals scored from numerical superiority at the U18 World Championship in 2018, 2019 and 2021. The first sub-objective is to determine the positives and negatives of the Czech national team's power plays at these World Championships. The second sub-objective is to compare the Czech Republic's power plays against the top two ranked teams from all World Cups. Methods: The analysis was conducted in the form of indirect observation. Using video recordings, 71 power play goals scored in 43 matches from three World Championships in 2018, 2019 and 2021 were observed. The teams observed were always the Czech Republic together with the finalists of these three World Championships. The goals were then recorded in the created record sheets and analysed. Results: The analysis included the shooting area, shooting location, the formation used to score the goal and the type of shooting. The results show that the most common shooting space was in front of the goal, which was seen in 26,76 % of power play goals. The most exploited shot of the World Championship was the cross-ice shot with a share of 63,38 %, which was most often...
Influence of Skating Technique on Skating Speed in Players aged 8-10
Kořínek, Jakub ; Arnošt, Pavel (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Tittle: Influence of skating technique on skating speed in players aged 8-10 Objektive: Search teoretic procedures for teaching skating and speed development in ice hockey in available literature. Then create and apply a set of exercises to improve skating techniques for the 8-10 year category. Use skating speed tests to verify the effectiveness of the exercises and demonstrate the effect of the skating technique on skating. Works: - Look for theoretical techniques for skating techniques and ice hockey. - Create and apply a set of exercises to develop ice skating techniques. - Use skating speed tests to verify the effectiveness of the selected exercises. - Compare the test results between three teams with a different volume of skating training. Results: Find out the effect of skating technique on skating speed. Hypotheses: 1. Players aged 8-10 will have comparable lead times in each test in all three teams. 2. Speed skating can be developed by improving skating techniques. 3. More skating training means more improvement in skating speed. Key words: Ice hockey, skating, skating speed, skating technique, 8-10 years.
Innovation in strength training of ice hockey players in the youth categories
Arnošt, Pavel ; Vojta, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Pavliš, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: Innovations in ice hockey player's strength training in youth categories Objective: The main objective of this thesis was to find out the level of strength training in youth categories and after finding the results, suggest fitness techniques and equipment. Method: In this research, we chose two methods of data collection: questionnaire and observation. The final vision of the questionnaire contains 7 questions which offer us series of answers. Research was attended by 36 players of the national team selection, selected from twenty-two Czech hockey teams. We used direct observations of training units, which were recorded and put into a document. Results: The results of this thesis showed that the training process is insufficient for the development of power capacity. Based on these results, we designed new fitness techniques and equipment. Keywords: Strenght capabilities, development, off-ice, the core of the body, movement
Stimulation of strength, speed, and coordination, abilities in the ice hockey goaltender
Dohnal, Vladimír ; Perič, Tomáš (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Thesis title: Stimulation of strength, speed and coordination abilities in the ice hockey goaltender. Aim of the thesis: To describe theoretical basis of stimulation in ice hockey goaltenders. To design a model of goaltender's strength, speed and coordination training and to find suitable methods, means and forms of the stimulation of strength, speed and coordination abilities focused on youth teams and older goaltenders. Method: Qualitative analysis of document contents was used to identify the main theoretical basis of stimulation of goaltenders strength, speed and coordination abilities. Determiners of goaltenders' strength, speed and coordination development were described on the basis of deeper analysis. The main theoretical resources were finally integrated into a logical complex by the method of synthesis. On this basis the conception of strength, speed and coordination abilities stimulation could have been set up and suitable methods, means and forms of the goaltenders' strength, speed and coordination training could have been chosen with focus on youth teams and older goaltenders. Results: The thesis discusses the topic of stimulation of goaltender's strength, speed and coordination abilities, describes the basic theoretical basis and determiners of goaltenders' strength, speed and...
Use of special tools in youth training in ice hockey
Sýkora, Adam ; Vojta, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
VYUŽITÍ SPECIÁLNÍCH POMŮCEK V TRÉNINKU HOKEJOVÉ MLÁDEŽE V PŘÍPRAVNÉM OBDOBÍ Objectives: A usage of special equipment in practice in ice-hockey during off-ice practice and its further analysis and evaluation. Methods: To get the aim of comparing a common practice and a special practice I will use special exercises for a speed of learning of new skills. The new methods will be used in a modern practice. I will observe reactions of children about the other kind of practice and effectiveness of modern practice as well. Results: Results of modern practice show that children like learning new activities and methods. More various practices were better for their motivation and interest. A practice was much more intensive when I used suitable game-like methods. Effectiveness of learning raised when I used modern practice. Keywords: Balance exercises, bosu training, carts, stick handling, wooden or golf balls, stickhandling board, power skating, core.
Training games in sledge hockey
Skuhrovský, Petr ; Arnošt, Pavel (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: Training games in sledge hockey Objectives: The objective of this thesis is to apprise the reader with the game sledge hockey and to describe the functions of training games in the training process in sledge hockey. Further this thesis aims to analyze training games on real examples. Methods: The works character is research. The aim is to gather and organise information about sledge hockey and training games. The practical part of this thesis is based on indirect analysis, specifically video-analysis. Results: This thesis shows that training games are important in sledge hockey training, especially in training players for real matches. Keywords: sledge hockey, training games, game exercises
Preparatory Games in Ice Hockey
Novák, Dominik ; Arnošt, Pavel (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: Preparatory Games in Ice Hockey Objective: The aim of this thesis is to gather knowledge about the preparatory games from methodological and organization forms and create useful execises in ice hockey. Methods: For processing the theoretical part of the thesis I used method of searching and study expert literatury of this issue. Keywords: Ice hockey, methodological-organization forms, preparatory games, sports games, abilities, skills, competitive situation, cooperation execises.

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