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Analysis of the most common injuries among the players of floorball aged 7-18 and the influence of the compensatory methods on their prevention
Zakonov, Filip ; Vomáčková, Helena (advisor) ; Žáková, Lenka (referee)
Author: Bc. Filip Zakonov Supervisor: PhDr. Helena Vomáčková, Ph.D. Title: Analysis of the most common injuries among the players of floorball aged 7-18 and the influence of the compensatory methods on their prevention. Objectives: The main aim of this thesis is to analyse the most common injuries among young people who regularly play floorball and find out the effect of the intervention of a physiotherapist or the application of compensatory exercises in the training process on the incidence of injuries. It is also important to compare the availability of physiotherapists for individual youth teams and whether the provided care is sufficient to prevent injuries. Furthermore, the aim is to verify whether the most affected segment even among floorball youth is the ankle joint, which in studies focused on the adult category has repeatedly emerged as the most frequently injured area of all parts of the body. Moreover, my effort is to evaluate the most common causes of injuries - whether a collision with another player is more probable risk factor than an injury caused by one's own fault. Methods: The special part consists of a study that was conducted using a non- standardized questionnaire survey. The questionnaire was sent deliberately in an electronic form to all clubs in the Czech Republic via the...
Analysis of opponent's circumvention, passing and shooting in match of U12 soccer players
Zbur, Dominik ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Vampola, Jindřich (referee)
Name: Analysis of opponent's circumvention, passing and shooting in match of U12 soccer players Objectives: Aim of this thesis is to determine frequency and success rate of individual game activities (opponent's circumvention, passing and shooting) in competitive matches football players of the U12 category. Methods: The researsch team consisted of soccer players of the U12 category of the Alex Zbur Football Academy. The research participants were motitored in 5 competitive matches that were played in the spring part of the 2022/2023 season. Each match was played 2x35 minutes with 7 players and 1 goalkeeer. The method of indirect observation of recorded video recordings was used to obtaion individual data. Three attacking game activities of an inidividual were selected for research: opponent's circumvention, passing and shooting. Results: In the game activity of opponent's circumvention a significantly higher frequency was found in the attacking half of the field, an average of 64,2 times. The average sucess rate of opponent's circumvention reached 51,7 %. The most attempts were made in the frontal position using changes of direction in 1v1 situation. The pass was recorded an average of 211 times with a sucess rate of 65 %. The ground pass from 2 or more touches occurred most often. Most actions...
Burnout syndrome in swimmers of age-group categories
Slámová, Jana ; Zenáhlík, Aleš (advisor) ; Hubená, Kristýna (referee)
Title: Burnout syndrome in swimmers of age-group categories Objectives: The aim of this work was to systematically map and analyze empirical knowledge about burnout syndrome in competitive swimmers under 18 years of age. Methods: This work was created in the form of a review study. Specifically, the purpose was to get as close as possible to the design of the scoping review. The search for relevant sources was carried out on the basis of predetermined criteria in the Scopus and Web of Science databases, and the Google Scholar search engine was also used as a complement. Results: There were found 7 relevant articles where 5 of them dealt with factors related to the development of burnout in young swimmers, one included a comparison of burnout scores between swimmers and volleyball players, and one article examined the psychometric properties of the Athlete Burnout Questionnaire adapted for children under 13 years of age. The results that stem from the analysis of these articles in most cases confirmed the hypotheses regarding the burnout syndrome in athletes, however, despite the assumption, a positive relationship between early specialization and the development of burnout was not proven. Keywords: syndrome, burnout, maladaptive, swimming, youth, dropout
Awareness of strength and conditioning training in junior basketball
Petřík, Ladislav ; Jurková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Hrabík, Jan (referee)
Title: Awareness of strength conditioning training in junior basketball Aims: The main aim of the bachelor's thesis is to find out to what extent coaches of junior basketball categories use and work with strength conditioning training. It will be especially evaluated at what time of the season they use this training, what type of strength they primarily focus on, in what form they work with this method and whether they see a shift in their playing activities due to the use of strength training. Further, I describe the possible forms of strength training exercises designed for the development of these specific strengths. Methods: The thesis uses a questionnaire method, which aims to find out the experience of basketball coaches with strength training and in which part of the annual training season they use it most. The questionnaire also uses an interview method. The results are graphically processed using graphs and factual comments. I submit the questionnaire to individual clubs, completing is anonymous. Results: After finding out the theoretical basis from the literature and processing the results of the questionnaire survey, the awareness of youth basketball coaches about strength training of basketball was found. It was found that strength training is mainly used in the preparatory period of...
Comparing hockey clubs across the Europe and their work with the youth (Organization, the content of the practise proces, personnel and material security and more)
Herman, David ; Perič, Tomáš (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Title: Comparing hockey clubs across the Europe and their work with the youth (Organization, the content of the practise proces, personnel and material security and more) Objectives: The aim of my bachelor's thesis is to find out and compare terms and methodology of clubs for the development and upbringing of youth hockey players in selected countris in Europe Methods: In my work, I used the method of qualitative research, which took place in the form of filling in pre-consulted tables, in which data from five clubs in Europe were evaluated and compared. Results: It was found that all of the teams have relatively similar working conditions for work with youth, but each teams offers different benefits for the development of their members. Thanks to the openness of the clubs we compared a large number of interesting factors that can give clubs a good feedback for improve or create their own conception for work with the youth. Keywords: ice hockey, comparing, youth, development and upbringing, methodology, practise
Leisure activities of a selected segment of residents in Mladá Boleslav
Suchý, Tomáš ; Fialová, Dana (advisor) ; Kůsová, Tereza (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focused on posibilities of spending free time and availability of free time activities in industrial town Mladá Boleslav. The main aim of this thesis is to evaluate the activities that are available in the town and the quality of the free time activities offered to different groups of children of different ages. The conclusion concentrates on possible improvement of these acitvities in the future. To achieve the stated aims different methods are used. The methods include reasearch of literature specialized in history, development and philosophical ideas connected to free time, field data collection in the form of mapping of the important locations, data based on questionnaries, work with publicly available resources and data collected from structure interviews. All data used in this thesis were collected by the author himself and data of Czech statistical office and Municipality of the town Mladá Boleslav were added as well. The thesis concludes that there is a great amount of free time activities available. However, the town should focus on searching for new places suitable for free time activities that can be used by families and their children. Also promotion of these institutions focusing on free time activities should be improved.
Values of alternative religiosity with contemporary young people
This bachelor's thesis deals with the subject of what values alternative religiosity brings to contemporary Czech youth. Traditional religion in the Czech Republic is on the decline, being replaced by new forms of alternative religiosity. The Bachelor's thesis first explains terms, such as faith, atheism, spirituality and religiosity, which is further divided into institutionalized and alternative forms. Using a qualitative research, the practical part of the Bachelor's thesis strives to find and describe factors which affect religious beliefs of young people to better understand how they perceive and relate to religion, faith and spirituality. A semi-structured interview method was used to collect data from a total of 15 participants aged 15-18. The analysis of the collected data was performed using the grounded theory research method to provide comprehensive insight of how alternative religion affects the perception of values of Czech youth.
Creation and verification of coerver training for the development of technical skills in older players
VOLF, Matěj
This thesis deals with the development of a training program according to the principles of the Coerver method for football players aged 9-11 years. It also aims to verify the effectiveness of this program on the development of technical skills in comparison with conventional training methods for this age group. A paired technical skill test and a 1-on-1 game situation test were used to test the effectiveness. Half of the probands incorporated the Coerver Method into their training for five weeks. The other group trained in the conventional way. After this training period, when the Coerver training plan was applied, both groups were tested again, and the results were compared with the initial measurement. The results speak positively in favour of Coerver training. In the final test, the players who had it implemented in their training were on average 2.8 seconds faster and committed on average 3 fewer errors than in the initial testing. Conversely, the group continuing with regular training worsened their average time by 0.2 seconds and committed only 0.3 fewer errors on average than in the initial test. In one-on-one situations in the attacking position, the Coerver group initially averaged 2.4 successful attempts out of 5 attempts, but after applying the training program, they averaged 3.6 successful attempts out of 5 attempts. The second group improved in this statistic by an average of only 0.2 successful attempts out of 5 during the period under review, from an initial 2.1 to 2.3 successful dribbles.
The level of a generic motor coordination of football players aged 6 - 11 old.
Červený, Martin ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Vampola, Jindřich (referee)
Title: The level of a generic motor coordination of football players aged 6 - 11 old. Purpose: The aim of this bachelor thesis was to determine the level of generic motor coordination in the football categories (6-11 years old). At the same time, we assessed the significance of group differences. Methods: Total of 90 players of SK Slavia Praha born between 2011 and 2016 were involved in the research (U6 n=10, age = 6,0 ± 0,3; U7 n=14, age = 7,2 ± 0,2; U8 n=13, age = 8,0 ± 0,3; U9 n=19, age = 9,1 ± 0,3; U10 n=18, age = 10,2 ± 0,6; U11 n=18, age = 11,2 ± 0,2). The level of a generic motor coordination was assessed using the KTK test battery (Kiphard, Schilling, 2007). The observational method in the form of field testing was used for the data collection. Coefficient of substantive significance called Hedges' g was used to assess the significance of differences between categories. Results: In the results, it was found that between 19% to 54% of the players scored in the top category of "highly above average" in the KTK motor test. At least 80% of the players achieved performance in the top two categories of "highly above average + above average". The U9 category had the highest representation of the highest rating of Highly Above Average (53%) and the U10 category had the lowest representation - only...

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