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Motivation (Types ,Methods & its importance in physical education & sports) Motivation is key to Accomplishment - be it in academics -or in physical activities or sports Definitions n By Morgan and King: “Motivation refers to state within a person or an animal that drives behaviour towards some goal.” n Crooks and Stein: Motivation can be defined as “any condition that might energize and direct our actions.” n Sage: “Motivation can be defined simply as the direction and intensity of one’s efforts.” n B.C.Rai: “Motivation is a psychological and physical condition that cause one to expend efforts to satisfy needs and wants.” Intrinsic Motivation Intrinsic motivation-Natural urge,inner appetite or inherent interest. n RECREATION AND TIME PASS PURPOSE ONLY n JOIN PHYSICAL ACTIVITIS FOR BODY BUILDING AND GOOD LOOKS n CURE THE DISEASES Extrinsic Motivation n External pull n Attractions n Forces n incentives Methods of Motivation n Knowing your athlete n Innovative curriculum n Teacher as motivator n Freedom to beginners n Learning the whole act n Equipment n Environmental factors n Variety and novelty in activity n Length / Duration of practice n Assigning well defined roles n Grading n Records of success and achievements n Role of mass and media Methods of Motivation n Identifying incentive factors n Level of aspiration /Goal setting n Reinforcement (rewards or punishment) n Praise ,appreciation and criticism n Scholarship n Competition n Success and failure n Feedback n Self appraisal n Social setting / social pressure n Shared responsibilities Importance of Motivation in Physical Education & Sports Performance = Learning + Motivation A Healthy body can race against the wind, can swim against the current, can climb the highest mountain and still listen to " The MUSIC in the SKIES !"
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