National Repository of Grey Literature 133 records found  1 - 10nextend  jump to record: Search took 0.00 seconds. 
Factors related to injuries in elite football players
Trunec, Lubomír ; Malá, Lucia (advisor) ; Zahálka, František (referee)
Title: Factors related to injuries in elite football players. Objective: The aim of the study was to identify factors related to the most common injuries in football based on available professional literature, articles, and studies, summarize the latest findings in this area, and provide an overview of the prevention of these injuries. Methods: This work was based on a systematic review of relevant literature, including both international and Czech books, scientific articles, and studies. Renowned databases such as Web of Science, Google Scholar, PubMed, GoogleBooks were used to find relevant sources. Key words and their synonyms were employed for efficient search of scientific articles, studies, and meta-analyses from which knowledge was drawn. Czech literature sources were also utilized to ensure a broad and balanced foundation of information. Results: Within the bachelor's thesis focusing on the causes of injuries in elite football, detailed analyses and studies were conducted. The aim of the thesis was to identify and evaluate the main factors and mechanisms contributing to the occurrence of injuries in professional football players. The research showed that increased workload during training and matches is one of the main factors leading to injuries in football players. Intensive physical...
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...
The effect of the compensation program on the reduction of muscle imbalances for football players U17 and U19
Kopecký, David ; Hráský, Pavel (advisor) ; Kaplan, Aleš (referee)
Title: The effect of the compensation program on the reduction of muscle imbalances for football players U17 and U19 Objectives: The objective of this study is to design and test the effect of a set of compensatory exercises for U17 and U19 soccer players that will lead to a reduction in muscle imbalances. Methods: The theoretical part used content analysis of documents and other scientific publications discussing muscle imbalances in football players. In the practical part, an entrance diagnosis was performed to detect muscle imbalances. In the practical part of the study 38 players (boys) of the U17 and U19 category of the MFK Chrudim football club were included. Both categories (U17 and U19) were divided into two groups, the intervention group and the control group. The probands were tested with a standardized protocol according to the muscle test according to Janda (2004). The rating scales were also taken from these tests. Furthermore, the testing was completed with tests according to Kolar (2009), focusing on the deep stabilization system (diaphragm test, intra-abdominal pressure test) and joint mobility of the lower limbs in the form of a deep squat test. Other tests used were the Thomayer test, deep- seated forward bending according to the test battery: the Unifittest (6-60), and an...
Musculoskeletal disorders related to the soldier's occupation
Strejciusová, Aneta ; Nováková, Tereza (advisor) ; Maršáková, Kateřina (referee)
Author: Bc. Aneta Strejciusová Supervisor: PhDr. Tereza Nováková, Ph.D. Title: Musculoskeletal disorders related to the soldier's occupation Objectives: The main goal of this work was to find out how the prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders is related to the performance of the profession among soldiers of the 13th Artillery Regiment of the Army of the Czech Republic. Another goal was to investigate which risk factors, according to the respondents, most often occur in the origin of their difficulties and to clarify the preventive strategies that the respondents most often use in practice. Methods: The research was conducted using a questionnaire survey. A questionnaire based on the standardized Nordic Musculoskeletal Questionnaire (NMQ) was used to obtain data. The research group consisted of 196 respondents, both male and female soldiers of the 13th Artillery Regiment of the Army of the Czech Republic, who answered questions related mainly to work-related musculoskeletal disorders. Subsequently, the data was analyzed and conclusions drawn. Results: 35,7 % of respondents had at least one experience with work-related musculoskeletal disorder. The most frequently reported problems during the last 12 months were in the area of the lower back, where they occurred in 24,5 % of all respondents. This...
Possibilities of Physiotherapy for Irish Dancers
This bachelor thesis explores the possibilities of physiotherapy for Irish dancers. Irish dance is a folkloric dance originating from Ireland. It has developed into a competitive sport where there is a strong emphasis on technical dance execution and posture (Wallace, 2020). The dance is performed on tiptoe in shoes with minimal support. Typically, there is rapid alternation of the lower limbs and high lunges with impact on the extended lower limb in plantar flexion. Starting dance positions with the right lower limb extended in front of the body and the weight on the left lower limb place high demands on the dancers' musculoskeletal system, putting them at risk of injury (Buck, 2012). The first aim of this research was to describe musculoskeletal difficulties of Irish dancers. The second aim was to design compensatory exercises based on the described difficulties and the third aim was to evaluate the results of the applied compensatory exercises on the musculoskeletal system of Irish dancers. The theoretical part summarizes the history of Irish dance, Irish dance music, types of dance and dance shoes. The specifics of Irish dance, the most common injuries of Irish dancers, and the ideal structure of dance training are described. Methods that can be used in therapy are also mentioned. The practical part took the form of qualitative research with 3 probands, non-professional Irish dancers. The results are presented in the form of case studies, where an initial kinesiological examination was performed on all probands and therapy was proposed, which took the form of 8 individual therapies and home self-therapy for 3 months. Subsequently, an exit kinesiological examination was performed and the results of the research were evaluated by comparison with the entry kinesiological examination. It was found that the most problematic parts of the Irish dancers were weakened hip stabilizers, insufficient trunk stabilization, insufficient activation of the foot muscles and weakened lower scapular fixators. The thesis can be used as an informative and educational material for dancers and trainers of Irish dance, or for the public interested in this issue.
Injury analyses in florball players and possibilities of their prevention
Kleknerová, Sára ; Běhanová, Michaela (advisor) ; Šteffl, Michal (referee)
Background Floorball is a dynamically enveloping game that is gaining popularity worldwide. However, as the interest in the sport grows the number of acute and chronic injuries increase both absolute and relative. Objectives The aim of this systematic review was to determine the prevalence of the most common acute and chronic injuries in floorball and to determine the effectiveness of intervention programs in preventing injuries in floorball. Methods The bachelor thesis was conducted as a systematic review in accordance with the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses Statement (PRISMA). The electronic databases PubMed, Web of Science and Scopus were used to retrieve relevant papers. Results A total of 17 cohort or cross-sectional studies and 5 intervention studies were included in the final selection, all the studies focused on different aspects of injuries in floorball players. The total number of participants in these studies was 7,256 and the mean age ranged from 10 to 30.9 years. The most common injuries were knee and ankle ligament injuries. Eye injuries were also frequent. Intervention programs resulted in a reduction in injuries, particularly in males and younger individuals. Conclusions The use of intervention programs appears to be effective in preventing acute...
Passive Safety - Frontal Crash
Sendlerová, Kateřina ; Vančura, Jan (referee) ; Blaťák, Ondřej (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with passive safety, specifically passive safety in frontal crash. The thesis includes a research section in the field of passive safety, from history to a detailed description of the car body behaviour in the frontal crash. Accident rate with regards to the crew and pedestrian injuries is included as well. The result of this thesis is the measures proposal to improve passive safety in the traffic accidents not only of cars but the crew and pedestrians as well.
The design of compensatory exercises for kitesurfing
Kerzel, Jan ; Kinkorová, Ivana (advisor) ; Kramperová, Veronika (referee)
Title: Design of compensatory exercises for kitesurfing Objectives: The aim of the bachelor thesis is to briefly characterize kitesurfing as a sport, to describe its possible influence on the musculoskeletal system and to create a set of compensatory exercises with and without the use of equipment, including several compensatory programs. Methods: The work was based on the collection and analysis of available information obtained from literature and internet sources. The basis for the selection of the proposed compensatory exercises was professional literature and articles focused on the elimination of muscle imbalances and injury prevention. The design of short compensatory programs was also based on own experience gained during kitesurfing. Results: Based on the available information from literature and articles, it was found that the most common injuries are to the lower limbs, especially the knee and ankle joints, as a result of problems during landing, manoeuvre or jump. Overuse areas include the lumbar spine, abdominal muscles and thighs. Problems related to the safety system, inability to relax and shallow water, which is risky on impact, are usually cited as the cause of trauma and accidents. Keywords: kitesurfing, muscle imbalance, injury, compensatory exercise
"It's just a state of mind" - An Ethnography of Pain and Injury Among Elite Athletes
Korečková, Adéla ; Halbich, Marek (advisor) ; Poděbradský, Oldřich (referee)
The main topic of this thesis is pain and injury. The research on these two phenomena, which are closely related to elite and high performance sports, was conducted in the environment of a training group of elite athletes - throwers. The aim of the thesis is to describe how these researched athletes react and how they experience pain and injury. Pain and injury are two distinct concepts that may or may not occur together. Pain is a more subjective phenomenon, whereas injury tends to be viewed more objectively. Athletes test the limits of the human body in training and competition, and it is very common for both of these phenomena to occur. A culture of risk-taking is also associated with testing the limits of the body, which is also included as a research subquestion in the thesis. In order to gain a more comprehensive view of the researched issue, not only the athletes themselves, but also the coach, sports doctor and physiotherapist were involved in the research. Qualitative methods were used during the research, which consisted of observations, interviews and document-based data.
The Impact of Injuries on the Mental Health of Athletes
Vighová, Kristýna ; Dlouhý, Martin (advisor) ; Panská, Šárka (referee)
The thesis deals with the issue of athletes returning to training and match process after injury, with focus on their mental health. The goal is to indentify negative psychological states that subsequently affect the performance of athletes, and their frequency in athletes returning to the training and match process after injury. A sub-goal is to find out the following possible variables involved in increasing/moderating these conditions. The work verifies the frequency of occurence of negative psychological states; investigates the influence of repeated injuries, differences between woman and man athletes, differences in individual and team athletes, and also verifies the frequency of use of coping strategies an their specific form. The work is devided into a theoretical and a research part. The theoretical part was prepared on the basis of Czech and foreign language professional literature. In the research part,we use the psychological questionnaire CSAI-2 to determine the occurrence of anxiety and its influence on the performance of individuals in sportsman, who have suffered injuries. We expected that the injury would increase the athletes's anxiety at the time of returning to the training and match process. KEYWORDS Mental states, Emotions, Injuries, Return to Sport, Stress, Anxiety, Fear,...

National Repository of Grey Literature : 133 records found   1 - 10nextend  jump to record:
Interested in being notified about new results for this query?
Subscribe to the RSS feed.