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Determination of criteria for the selection of football talents for the position of central midfielder in selected formations
Valta, Marek ; Kaprálková, Michaela (advisor) ; Šíma, Jan (referee)
Title: Determination of criteria for the selection of football talents for the position of central midfielder in selected formations Objectives: The main aim of this work is to compile a list of the most important criteria, which will allow identifying football talents in the U15 category playing the position of central midfielder in selected game systems from the perspective of the representative agency. Methods: Qualitative and quantitative research methods were used to create a list of the most important criteria for selecting football talents. In the first phase of the research, semi-structured interviews were conducted with player agents and scouts, which brought a unique insight into the issue of identifying talents and their subsequent care. Based on previous research, a list of criteria observed in a central midfielder was compiled. It was consequently narrowed by scaling each criteria into the final form of the most important criteria for the identification of football talents in the U15 category playing as a central midfielder in selected formations. Results: The result of the diploma thesis is the compilation of a list of the most important criteria, which will enable the identification of football talents in the U15 age category for the position of central midfielder in selected...
Establishment of an attack in football and its tactical options
Sacha, Ivan ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Dlouhý, Martin (referee)
The work deals with the attack in the football and is focused on the situation of the establishment, management and end of the attack. It deals with both technical and tactical aspect of the attack - chosen game systems in specific situations. The first part is devoted to the definition of basic concepts and general characteristics of the game. Gaming performance and its contents is defined. There are also discussed in detail all elements of the game that are important to the attack phase, namely individual offensive game activities, game combinations and game systems. The research analyzes a number of video records of selected matches. There are monitored offensive game systems used and its specifics. The paper analyzes the success of individual gaming systems and evaluates the ratio of representation of players' positions in the establishment and termination of successful offensive operations. Results of research should serve the players and coaches as a resource of information to improve the offensive phase of the game. Keywords Football, soccer, offensive phase of the game, gaming systems, fast break
Development of voleyball rules and its influence on the gameplay and combinations
Kohlová, Zuzana ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Kuhnová, Věra (referee)
TITLE: The development of voleyball rules and its influence on the gameplay and combinations ABSTRACT: The goal of my thesis is to study the influence of changes in volleyball rules on the developement of game systems and game combinations. In this paper I will attempt to answer and discuss the following scientific question: What influence have changes of the volleyball rules had on the developement of game systems and game combinations. I will chart the developement of volleyball rules from 1950 until present. I will study how the parametres of the playing field and its surroundings have changed. I will chart the developement of volleyball equipment, mainly the volleyball net and the ball. Based on studying the changes of volleyball rules, I will compare the developement of game systems and game combinations. I will compare the lengths of the games based on the changes of the rules. KEY WORDS: Volleyball, the rules of volleyball, game combinations in volleyball, game systems in volleyball.
Using Virtual Reality as a Therapeutic Modality for Children with Cerebral Palsy: a Review and Synthesis
Smolová, Petra ; Bartůňková, Staša (advisor) ; Véle, František (referee)
Title: Using Virtual Reality as a Therapeutic Modality for Children with Cerebral Palsy: a Review and Synthesis Author: Bc. Petra Smolová Grammar correction: Jan Valeška Background: Cerebral palsy is often referred to as an" umbrella term" denoting a group of non-progressive conditions involving primarily a disorder of voluntary movement and/or co-ordination. A functional impairment is more important than diagnosis itself, due to the lifelong type of the disease. Therapy in children suffering from CP is nowadays based on individual movement therapy within a whole complex of rehabilitation programmes. The first line of treatment is building up an interdisciplinary team of professionals, led by paediatrics neurologist or neurologist who is pursuing rehabilitation. Physical therapist should always choose an eclectic approach, knowing only too well the reasons why. Virtual reality as a therapeutic modality is standing besides classic methods according to various authors, as we know from schools and different courses. However, this kind of treatment is novel, its results are greatly promising based on current research. Aim: The purpose of this thesis is to outline the use of virtual reality as a method of therapy in children with cerebral palsy in the main functional conditions - motor control, upper...
Comparison game activities in the match
Kain, Václav ; Buzek, Mario (advisor) ; Frýbort, Pavel (referee)
Title: Comparasion game acitivities in the match. Goal of the project: Process the results of quantitative analysis firm Panini Digital and compare gaming performance between successful and unsuccessful football teams in World Cup 2011 in South Africa. Determine where gaming activities, the difference between these groups. At the same time in the processing of data to check accuracy and correctness of analysis results Panini company and assess whether the importance of using the services of the company. Method: Observational analysis of quantitative and qualitative evaluation by disinterested observation. Results: An objective assessment of the gaming experience of successful and unsuccessful teams in the quantitative evaluation. Key words: Game strategy, football, Panini Digital, game systems
Early specialization in youth female volleyball
Vacek, Milan ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Title: Early specialization in youth female volleyball Objectives: Describe whether the current way of volleyball training process is inclined to a long-term concept of early specialization. Methods: The distribution electronic questionnaire of the E-survey type managed to collect the necessary data from 75 coaches of youth girls volleyball teams from all regions of the Czech Republic. The questionnaire was mostly relevant to coaches in the U13 category and contained 22 questions. The answers to the questions were statistical methods of processing tables and graphs and possibilities compared with research and literature Results: We found that 39% of coaches consider specialized training to be the most suitable form of sports training in the U13 category. It turned out that none of the other forms, such as general motor skills training and minivolleyball, has such a representation. The project of minivolleyball in colors is perceived positively by 82% of respondents, on the other hand in this category only less than 20% place it in more than half of the training units. The answers show that the U13 category is already predominantly specialized training of regular volleyball. The game is dominated by a game system with two setters, while in the teams there are mainly player specializations setter,...
Suggestions for the organization of rugby competitions in the Czech Republic
Bartůněk, Tomáš ; Štědroň, Bohumír (advisor) ; Janák, Vladimír (referee)
Title: Suggestions for the organization of rugby competitions in the Czech Republic Objectives: The objective of the thesis is to create proposals for improving the system of organizing male rugby competitions in the Czech Republic. Methods: To obtain the necessary information about Czech rugby competitions, a quantitative, specifically an in-depth interview method was used. The Number of Winning Titles, Top Team Identification and Percentage of Points were used to determine the level of competition. Another method used in the work is the performance ranking, created on the basis of already existing rankings, partially modified. Results: The research has shown that adjusting the system for organizing rugby competitions in the Czech Republic is suitable. The proposed changes include, in particular, the introduction of open competitions and increasing the number of matches played during the season. Subsequently, some proposals were made to make the system of organizing rugby competitions more efficient in the Czech Republic. Keywords: rugby, sport competitions, sport event management, gaming systems
Game plays used during the World Floorball Championship 2016
Chmelíček, Filip ; Dragounová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Šťastný, Petr (referee)
Title: Game systems used during the World Floorball Championship 2016. Objectives: Describing the game systems used at the final of World Floorball Championship 2016, namely: Sweden and Finland. Description mistakes in gaming systems when the teams received goals. Methods: Indirect observation game system of the World Floorball Championship 2016 from match replay. Results: Description of the various game systems at final match WFC 2016 to further serve as guidelines for coaches wishing to adopt these game systems. Analysis of defensive formation errors which resulted in conceded goals in a final match at WFC 2016. Keywords: Floorball, game systems, WFC 2016, offensive game systems, defensive game systems.
Using Virtual Reality as a Therapeutic Modality for Children with Cerebral Palsy: a Review and Synthesis
Smolová, Petra ; Bartůňková, Staša (advisor) ; Véle, František (referee)
Title: Using Virtual Reality as a Therapeutic Modality for Children with Cerebral Palsy: a Review and Synthesis Author: Bc. Petra Smolová Grammar correction: Jan Valeška Background: Cerebral palsy is often referred to as an" umbrella term" denoting a group of non-progressive conditions involving primarily a disorder of voluntary movement and/or co-ordination. A functional impairment is more important than diagnosis itself, due to the lifelong type of the disease. Therapy in children suffering from CP is nowadays based on individual movement therapy within a whole complex of rehabilitation programmes. The first line of treatment is building up an interdisciplinary team of professionals, led by paediatrics neurologist or neurologist who is pursuing rehabilitation. Physical therapist should always choose an eclectic approach, knowing only too well the reasons why. Virtual reality as a therapeutic modality is standing besides classic methods according to various authors, as we know from schools and different courses. However, this kind of treatment is novel, its results are greatly promising based on current research. Aim: The purpose of this thesis is to outline the use of virtual reality as a method of therapy in children with cerebral palsy in the main functional conditions - motor control, upper...

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