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A comparison of the level of physical abilities of older school age players in the sport games
Palatínus, Antonín ; Dragounová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
Title: A comparison of the level of physical abilities of older school age players in the sport games Objectives: This thesis is aiming to find out different levels of motor skills among childen of older school age in several sport disciplines. The goal of this project is to compare those skills amongst selected games and the norm of the test battery Methods: The reaserch was conducted by form of testing according to the test battery uniffited test 6-60, Which consisted of ones height and body weight and tests to find out the levels of motor skills. Results: While comparing the result of floorball ice hockey and basketball the players of ice hockey achieved the best performance values, which won in 3 of 4 measured categories. Comparing the results of the whole reaserch file with the uniffit normes probandi achieved avereged to above averege values, only 11 % were bellow average Keywords: physical abilities, unifittest 6-60, sport games, floorball, ice hockey, basketball
Physical fitness of football players category U7
Navara, Miroslav ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
Title: Physical fitness of football players category U7 Objectives: To find the level of physical fitness and level of football skills of football players category U7. Find a relationship between physical fitness and level of football skills. Methods: Total sample was consisted of 22 players category U7 (year of birth 2010). For get level of physical fitness we used the Unifittest 6-60 which is composed of four tests and somatic test. We calculated BMI from results of somatic test. For test of football skills we create a special test which included elementary player skills (keeping a ball with change of direction, stop the ball). Results: When we get a results of Unifittest 6-60 we determinate that 63 % of players get average to below average score. When we determined the dependence of special skills on physical fitness, we found, apart from the sit up test, that the remaining tests correlated quite extensively with the special skill test. Special skill test correlated with overall score of Unifittest 6-60. When we get level of subcutaneous fat we find that players have medium to low value. Keywords: Unifittest 6-60, football, ability, skill, children, testing, body mass index
Assessment of motor performance in primary school age
Polívka, Tomáš ; Bunc, Václav (advisor) ; Musálek, Martin (referee)
Title: Assessment of motor performance in primary school age Objective: The work had to determinate the condition of motor performance children. Children were from 7 to 11 years old. We wanted to demonstrate increase of motor performance as consequence of natural evolution. We investigated the condition of motor performance and a level of motor abilities. Methods: The main method was the test battery Unifittest 6- 60. This battery showed basic motor performance. We found the condition of movement regime of questionnaire. Results: Bmi moves in a normal category. The basic motor performance moves below average. Girls have the worst results in 11 years. Boys have the worst results in 10 years. Girls have the best results in 7 years. Boys have the best results in 8 years. Motor performace decreases with age. Movement regime don't neglected. The most children visit sports club at least once a week (42,9%). Some children visit sports clubs 3-4 times a week (37%). The most favorite sports are colective games, dancing and swimming. Conclusion: The results show decline of basic motor performance. Dominant physical abilities don't evolve in revelant age. Movement regime isn't neglected, but regime doesn't suffice for development. Children choose of many activities. Children commute to activities often. Key...
Testing of a movement activity quality of Mělník female students
Kalkantová, Michaela ; Bunc, Václav (advisor) ; Fialová, Ludmila (referee)
Title: Testing of a movement activity quality of Mělník female students. Objectives: The aim of the work is to evaluate the movement mode and the movement activity quality of adolescent girls and in addition we will evaluate their body composition with the help of BMI and caliperation method. Methods: We have worked out the thesis on the base of studying literary sources. 32 adolescent girls aged from 17 to 18 years studying the Secondary Grammar school of Jan Palach made up the examined file, their average body height was 170, 2 ± 6 cm, body weight 63,3 ± 8,8 kilograms. The body composition was assessed with the help of BMI and caliperation method. Then we measured the amount of walked footsteps a day with the help of Omron pedometer and on the base of found out results we evaluated the movement mode of female students. Finally we evaluated each student's movement activity quality with the help of test set Unifittest 6-60. All the measuring and testing took place in standardized conditions with minimization of external impacts to provide the objectivity of measuring. Results: It has been clear from the results of somatic measuring of body heights and weights that in comparison with the average of girls of the same age in the Czech Republic our examined file is 2,7 cm taller and 4,8 kg heavier in...
The relationship between physcal fitness and body somatotype in soccer
Hrušková, Lucie ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
Title: The relationship between physcal fitness and body somatotype in soccer Author: Lucie Hrušková Head of work: Mgr. Jakub Kokštejn, Ph.D. Objectives: To find relationship between physical fitness and body compositon in young soccer players in Povltavská football academy Methods: The main scientific method was observation. The research sample consisted of 25 young players (9.9 ± 0.4 years). Physical fitness wass measured by Unifittest 6-60 a body somatotype was measured according to Heath-Carter method. Correlation analysis was used for identifying of relationships between variables. Results: A significant correlation (r = -0.62; p˂0,001) we found endomorphic between the component and the assay score UNIFITTEST (6-60). This relationship indicates a higher level of physical fitness of players with lower levels of fat. Upon closer analysis of individual tests UNIFITTEST 6-60, we found a significant relationship only between the shuttle endomorph and endurance test. Furthermore it was found above the average test score Unifettestu (6-60) in 76% of the players. More than half the players (52%) are ektomorph - mezomorphs or mesomorphic - ektomorph, which is considered the best category somatotype for physical (sports) activities. Key words: somatotype, physical strenght, endomorph komponent,...
The relationship between motor performance and body composition in football
Zerzán, Miloš ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Gryc, Tomáš (referee)
Title: The relationship between motor performance and body composition in football Author: Miloš Zerzán Head of work: Mgr. Jakub Kokštejn, Ph.D. Aim: To determine the current level of motor performance and somatotype among football players (9-10 years old). To determine the relationship between motor performance (evaluated by UNIFITTEST 6-60) and somatotype among football players at older mite team (9-10 years). Methods: Total sample was consisted of 25 players who underwent anthropometric measurements to determine the somatotype according to the method of Heath-Carter and UNIFITTEST 6-60 for the evaluation of basic motor performance. Results: It was found that 72 % of the tested players achieved above-average evaluation in UNIFITTEST 6-60. The tested football players had a lower portion of subcutaneous fat considering the physical constitution. In our study we did not find significant relationship between selected indicators of motor performance and physical somatotype. Although the level of motor performance was rather above-average and the value of subcutaneous fat was relatively low, our results suggest that these determinants of individual game performance are not closely related. Key words: motor skills, somatotype, UNIFITTEST 6-60, physical fitness, children, football
The relationships between the level of physical activity, physical fittness and somatotype in youth women soccer players.
Chlastáková, Jitka ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Hráský, Pavel (referee)
Title: The relationships between the level of physical activity, physical fitness and somatotype in youth women players. Author: Jitka Chlastáková Head of work: Mgr. Jakub Kokštejn, Ph.D. Aim: To find and compare the level of physical activity, physical fitness and somatotype in youth women players (U13 and U15). The next aim was to determine the relationships between physical activity, physical fitness and somatotype in youth women players (U13 and U15). Methods: The object of the research was a group of girls aged from 11 to 15 years. Out of them were 14 girls actually playing for U13 and another 14 for U15. The daily motion aktivity of this group was tested by 14 accelerometers Actigraph GT3X. The length of testing period was one week. The level of motion abilities was examined by testing battery UNIFITTEST 6-60 through four different exercises. Both somatic test and UNIFITTEST 6-60 were realized during a camp. Results: The results show that girls playing for U15 are generally more active than girls playing for U12 (4 171 133 counts > 2 809 934 counts). It proves a fact that older girls make daily on average 15 462 steps compare to 9 764 steps of younger girls. By this result U13 team does not meet the recommendation of 11 000 steps in a day. Further younger girls have reached lower amount of...

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