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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2019, Vol. 6, Issue 3, Part D

Impact of motivation on 5000mtr race in men


Author(s): Dr. Rajinder Singh Sekhon and Harjit Singh Gill

Abstract: This 5000 meter run is largely an aerobic or endurance event. A pace of approximately 85% to 95% of V02 Max has to be maintained throughout entire race. Training at this intensity helps not only to raise the runner's VO2 max has high as possible, but to experience the all-out race pace characterized by lactic acid accumulation. Fast training sessions must be included in order to bring the development of both speed strength and speed endurance required for this event. Learning good pace judgment in training is of great value for accurately assessing running speed during varying states of fatigue in a race. Motivation plays a key role for quality performance and success not only in racing but in training as well which brings about greater improvement
Motivation represents one of the most important variable in sport. In fact, coaches and athletes agree that motivation is one of the key elements that will facilitate not only performance but also a positive experience in the sport area. Psychologists have come to realize the existence of different types of motivation. Two broad types that have been studied extensively are intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation. Intrinsic motivation refers to engaging in an activity for itself and for the pleasure and satisfaction derived from participation.
The objective of the study was to determine of the effect of intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation, a motivation on 5000 mtr race in men in schools and colleges of rural and urban areas. The study was delimited to 5000 meters race for mens of fazilka district of Punjab state of India. The Men players was taken from age group 15 to 18 years of Senior Secondary Schools and 19-22 years of colleges of rural and urban area as well as from government and private schools. Ten samples each were randomly selected from men players, purposely selected from schools and colleges of rural and urban areas. The selected men must have shown their ability to run the race several times the data were collected with Different type of motivation. The data were collected on the road. Time of test and retest method were used to determine the reliabilities the test and performance was taken as score.
It was found that there is lot of ways to motivate a person and it depend on the personality and influence of the motivater. The same measures of motivation may work differently on different runners.
It was found that Intrinsic motivation have significant positive affect on the outcome of 5000 meters race in men in Rural Area & Urban Area Schools and also in colleges. But it is very hard to judge the quantum and application of intrinsic motivation. It was found that Extrinsic motivation have significant positive affect on the outcome of 5000 meters race in men in Rural Area & Urban Area schools and Colleges. The affect of extrinsic positive motivation was clearly visible but level of motivational activity work differently on every individual runners. Same way extrinsic negative motivation worked and shown some better performance than other motivations for runners.


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Dr. Rajinder Singh Sekhon and Harjit Singh Gill. Impact of motivation on 5000mtr race in men. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2019; 6(3): 242-245.
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