Course: Anthropomotorics and Sport Training

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Course title Anthropomotorics and Sport Training
Course code KTS/3AM
Organizational form of instruction Lecture
Level of course not specified
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter and summer
Number of ECTS credits 5
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course unspecified
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
  • Vobr Radek, PhDr. Ph.D.
Course content
1. Introduction to the subject study. Theory of physical exercises. 2. Ontogenesis human kinetic. 3. Periodization of the human age. Biological and calendar age. 4. Motor development in childhood. 5. Motor development in pubescence and adolescence. 6. Motor development in adult age and old age. 7. Complex of strength ability - structure, diagnostics. 8. Complex of speed ability - structure, diagnostics. 9. Complex of persistence ability - structure, diagnostics. 10. Complex of coordination ability - structure, diagnostics. 11. Individual morphological presupposition. 12. Basic typology schools 13. Sports metrology, statistics, standardization, types of scales.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Skills training
Learning outcomes
Identification with basic construct and skills in the motor development, body composition, typology, sport training.
Practical skills from measurement physical composition, typology and motor testing procedure.
Grounding anatomy and physiology.

Assessment methods and criteria
Student performance assessment

Theoretical knowledge and practical skill given to problems to the extent of go through matters and educational literature.
Recommended literature
  • Čelikovský, S., et al. Antropomotorika. Praha, 1979. ISBN 80-04-23248-5.
  • Měkota, K., Kovář.,R, Štěpnička, J. Antropomotorika II.. Praha, 1988.
  • Riegrová, J., Ulbrichová, M. Aplikace fyzické antropologie v tělesné výchově a sportu. Olomouc, 1998.

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