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Do you know how we got motivated Do you know how we got motivated Presentation Transcript

  • Let us speculate it....
    • It is an internal drive in everyone which directs us to a goal directed action which will reduce the drive after reaching the goal.
    • Let us check how we got motivated to do exercises.
    • Fun, enjoyment
    Why exercise Illustration
    • INTRINSIC MOTIVATION
    • Children exercise spontaneously- they run and jump and chase, and they do so simply for the sheer fun of it.
    • Personal Challange
    Why exercise Illustration
    • FLOW
    • Athletes get “in the zone” when their sport optimally challenges their skills.
    • Forced to do so
    Why exercise Illustration
    • EXTERNAL REGULATION
    • Students exercise because their coach tells them to do so.
    • Paid to do so
    Why exercise Illustration
    • EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION
    • A coach or instructor is paid to exercise and to help others exercise.
    • Accomplish a goal
    Why exercise Illustration
    • GOAL
    • Runners see if they can run a mile in six minutes or less.
    • Health Benefits
    Why exercise Illustration
    • VALUE
    • People exercise to lose weight or to strengthen the heart.
    • Inspired to do so
    Why exercise Illustration
    • POSSIBLE SELF
    • People watch others exercise and become inspired to do the same.
    • A standard of excellence
    Why exercise Illustration
    • ACHIEVEMENT STRIVINGS
    • Snow skiers race to the bottom of the mountain trying to beat their previous best time.
    • Satisfaction from a job well done
    Why exercise Illustration
    • PERCEIVED COMPETENCE
    • As exercisers make progress, they feel more competent, more effective.
    • An emotional kick
    Why exercise Illustration
    • OPPONENT PROCESS
    • Vigorous jogging can produce a runner’s high.
    • Good mood
    Why exercise Illustration
    • POSITIVE AFFECT
    • Beautiful weather can pick up exercisers’ moods and invigorate exercise spontaneously, as they skip along without knowing why.
    • Alliviate guilt
    Why exercise Illustration
    • INTROJECTION
    • People exercise because they think that is what they should, ought to, or have to do to feel good about themselves.
    • Relieve stress, silence depression
    Why exercise Illustration
    • PERSONAL CONTROL
    • After a stressful day, people go to the gym, which they see as a structured and controllable environment
    • Hangout with friends
    Why exercise Illustration
    • RELATEDNESS
    • Exercise is often a social event, a time simply to enjoy hanging out with friends.
    • Which is your way of motivating yourself......
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