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Motivational factors

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    Phomolo P.
    BW
    Phomolo P.

    Many people continue in their activity because they gain some internal personal satisfaction out of either completing a task or simply being involved in an activity.

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    What are motivational factors?

    Folasade B.
    GB
    Folasade B.

    A lot of reasons can be a motivational factor to every individuals. I was motivated by a friend who despite her tight schedule still had time for exercises. Different people, different reasons.

    Rk S.
    IN
    Rk S.

    Motivational factors:- Once you have watched the video read over the list of motivating factors below. Begin to think about what motivates you to participate in physical activity and sport. Health/fitness You may continue in a sport because of the health and fitness benefits it gives you, for example, increased aerobic endurance. Vertigo You may continue in a sport like rock climbing because of the feeling of vertigo you get when high up on the rock. Catharsis You may continue to run or jog for the 'discharge of built up emotions, a feeling of release' that it gives you, which is commonly called catharsis. Status You may continue to play in the local football club in a country town because of the status that it gives you within the community. Competition You may enjoy the level of competition that you play in. This is what motivates you to continue playing. Social interaction Many people continue to participate in activities because it is a social outlet, a time to relax and enjoy the company of friends and peers. Relaxation Many people use sport as a switch off and so continue to play because it relaxes them and allows them to focus on the task at hand. Challenge/sense of achievement Many continue to participate in an activity because it continues to challenge them and they feel they gain a sense of achievement each time they participate. Appearance

    Muhammad S.
    PK
    Muhammad S.

    Which factors are involved to motivate people to join sports activities?

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