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Establishing of Multipurpose Hall for Sports Kynologie
Vala, Michal ; Navrátil, Jaroslav (referee) ; Rompotl, Jaroslav (advisor)
The main objective of this bachelor thesis is to make a business plan for establishing and building a multipurpose hall for dog sports. The thesis deals with the theoretical description of the business plan and continues with evaluation of options, which can make this plan implement.
Information System of the Agility Competition Organizers
Ondrušková, Magdaléna ; Hynek, Jiří (referee) ; Bartík, Vladimír (advisor)
The aim of this work was to design and create information system of the Agility Competition Organizers. The information system was created like web application implemented in Python language using Django framework and PostgreSQL database system. Final application simplifies an organization of agility competitions, provides competitors with statistics of dog and also analysis of results using association rules. Users can connect their account with Google account, and also can use Google calendar. Information system was successfully created and tested by potential users. 
Electronic timekeeping with movement detection
Paulus, Luboš ; Brož, Vladimír (referee) ; Klusáček, Stanislav (advisor)
Agility is a competition for dogs and their whipper. The score is made from numbers of errors which dog made and also time in which the dog overcomes crimps decides. Start and finish are detected by the reflective optical spar with logical NPN output. Spar havs to detect only dog in set position in recruit. This signal is processed by a micro – controller, which processes data, more precisely time with accuracy on tenths, sends data on the superior PC.The communication of micro-controller and PC is possible only through USB, RS 232 or wireless RS 232.
Success of Evasive Maneuvers in Women's Sevens Rugby Players
Maštera, Jan ; Hojka, Vladimír (advisor) ; Kaplan, Aleš (referee)
Title: Success of Evasive Maneuvers in Women's Sevens Rugby Players Objectives: This study aimed to analyse the effectiveness of evasive maneuvers within the gameplay context during women's sevens rugby matches Methods: The research analysed women's rugby sevens matches, focusing on evasive manoeuvres such as side steps, swerves, fake passes, quick acceleration and deceleration, hitch kicks, ducking, and spine moves. We established a scale to measure the success of evasive manoeuvres, taking into account their impact on the game Results: The most frequently used evasive manoeuvre was the side step, followed by the swerve and quick acceleration and deceleration. The cut-back manoeuvre was most associated with overcoming defenders. The ducking manoeuvre was most frequently linked to tackles, exhibiting the highest scoring potential. The hitchkick manoeuvre was associated with the most significant loss Keywords: rugby; agility; decision making; evasive maneuvers
Selected parameters of fitness assesment of elite young soccer players
Bláža, Lukáš ; Zahálka, František (advisor) ; Buzek, Mario (referee)
Title: Selected parameters of fitness assesment of elite young soccer players Objectives: This work identifies selected parameters of the fitness readiness of young elite soccer players. Additionally, we describe terrain motor tests focusing on the metrics of speed, dexterity, and agility, amongst others. Finally, we describe the results of the tests and analyze the speed capabilities and individual indicators by using the motor terrain tests. Methods: Subjects were studied using field testing specific to soccer. Participants were elite soccer players under 16 years old who were in the national selection. The subjects attended a measurement at national level with artificial grass, the standard playing conditions. We investigated the speed capabilities of each player, followed by a statistical evaluation of the results using computer programs. Results: The individuals tested showed very good condition parameters, forming a homogeneous assemblage. An analysis of the players' motor test performances determined their speed abilities. It was found that at single speeds in various sections of a run, which the players achieve during a twenty meter run, the curve of acceleration rises and plateaus as they start to maintain their speed. Keywords: football, youth, tests, speed, agility
The relationship of explosive strength and CODS performance
Hönig, Karel ; Hojka, Vladimír (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
1 Abstract Title: The relationship of explosive strength and CODS performance Objectives: The mainaim of this work is to findout the degrese of relatedness indicators between explosively forceabilities and performance in individual Agility tests for U16 and U17 footballers Methods: Testing and measurementwas performed ona sampleof 32players aged 15-16 from the Bohemians Prague football team. To determine the player's explosive-force abilities, the Kistlerboardwas used in the BEZ laboratory. Agility testing was based on test batteries for this ability (Arrowhead L and P, Illionois, 505 L and R, K-test and Hexagon). The data measurements was processed by using IBM SPSS statistics 22. Results: I have found that theimpact of explosivestrength abilities was most evident in Arrowhead and Illinois CODS tests at R = 0,4 - 0,7 and p<0,05. On the contrary, Hexagon test proved to be independent of explosive-strength abilities. In addition, it was found a small correlation value between 505 test and other CODS tests. Keywords: fitness ability, Agility, CODS, speed, strength, football
Problem of agility in football (review)
Kočiško, Boris ; Kaplan, Aleš (advisor) ; Hank, Mikuláš (referee)
Thema works: Problematic issue with agility training in football (literary research) Student: Boris Kočiško Supervisor: Doc. PhDr. Aleš Kaplan, Ph.D., MBA. Aims: The aim of the thesis was a literature search, which consists in focusing on the issue of agility in football and mainly observing, trying to record the currently available literature that relates to this issue and noting certain opinions and forming a certain node, which is the most relevant for coaches in this regard. Methodology: In this thesis, the method of literature search was used. While writing this thesis we used analyses of already existing foreign and Czech sources, which we commented with our own opinions. Results: Based on the literature search, an outline of the problem was made supported by other possible approaches, drawing on knowledge and experience from sport, football and agility training in both adult and youth settings. The thesis briefly analysed and then described briefly the issues in agility training. Thirty-two foreign sources and 10 Czech sources were studied, starting mainly from foreign sources as they offer a wider range of perspectives and experiences. We found that agility is a very important component of sport performance in soccer players. We pointed out the differences in different authors, the result...
Application for Support of Agility
Marková, Natália ; Tesařová, Alena (referee) ; Herout, Adam (advisor)
The goal of this bachelor thesis is to design, develop, and test a smartphone app that allows dog owners and trainers to track and analyze agility training for their dogs. The app uses the Firebase database to store its data and is developed using the cross-platform mobile app development framework Flutter. The dog agility training has been thoroughly analyzed for the development of the app. The design of the app is concentrated on providing a user-friendly interface for documenting training sessions, monitoring progress, and offering statistic evaluation. The evaluation’s results will demonstrate how popular the software is by dog trainers and owners as well as how beneĄcial it is in assisting them in enhancing their agility training methods. Also, the user-friendliness and level of user satisfaction of the app will be assessed. Ultimately, the purpose of this thesis is to demonstrate how mobile technology may improve dog agility training and how the developed app offers dog trainers and owners a useful tool for tracking and enhancing their dogs’ agility performance.
Assessment of the level of technical skills of category U12 soccer players of different performance levels
Hodbod, Oliver ; Bujnovský, David (advisor) ; Kaplan, Aleš (referee)
the first league Czech academy (n = 14, age = 11.66 ± 0.25 years, height = 149.31 ± 6.2 cm, weight = 37.61 ± 4.8 kg). The second group included sub 11.50 ± 0.55, height = 149.31 ± 6.2 cm, weight = 37.61 ± 4.8 kg). Fourteen elite players (age 11.66 ± 0.3 years, height 149.31 ± 6.20 cm and weight 37.61 ± 4.82 elite players (age 11.50 ± 0.55, body height 152.36 ± 6.61 cm ght 38.91 ± 5.39 kg) were tested. The players completed field testing in

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