2019, Vol. 4 Issue 1, Part I
A comparative study on motives for physical activity measures among adolescents in different communities of Karnataka
AUTHOR(S): Sukashant Patil and Dr. Sadanandan CS
The aim of the present study was to establish differences in motives for physical activity measure among adolescents of different communities of Karnataka. The data was collected from 120 Football players equally from different communities such as Siddhi, Tibetan and Ethnic groups of Karnataka, age ranges from 14-17 years. The scores on motives for physical activity measure were collected by Ryan, Frederick, Lepes, Rubio, and Sheldon (1997) scale which consists of five motives for physical activity measure subscales. Statistical technique ANOVA was used to establish differences among the selected groups. The results showed that there is a significant differences found in selected groups of Karnataka in motives for physical activity measure level. It is considered that facilities, Importance of health, motivation and others participation in sports and physical exercise increases the motivation of players and it gradually makes a player more skillful.
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How to cite this article:
Sukashant Patil, Dr. Sadanandan CS. A comparative study on motives for physical activity measures among adolescents in different communities of Karnataka. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2019;4(1):443-445.