As I move in to a role where I will be working with other colleagues on a more formal basis when it comes to e-learning, I have been reflecting upon different Apps. I was thinking about SAMR and which Apps can have transformative learning linked to them, if used properly. The list started growing quite …
Intensity- n. the extreme magnitude or amount of strength, force, energy, or feeling that something has. The word, intensity, is commonly used by people to describe the degree to which something is challenging or difficult, just like the dictionary defines it as. This is no different when it comes to describing a workout. Many people run in the other direction when they hear the words, “vigorous exercise” or “intense workout”. No pun intended. However, in the fitness world, the word intensity is used for different purposes. Further, the benefits of participating in regular vigorous exercise are becoming more and more apparent.
Extrinsic motivation is ‘external’: people – in this case athletes – are driven to succeed by factors from outside i.e. money, prizes, acclaim, status, praise. Intrinsic motivation comes from within i.e. an athlete driven by a need to succeed because they want to be the best and are not overly concerned by financial or ego boosts
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WHO developed the "Global Recommendations on Physical Activity for Health" with the overall aim of providing national and regional level policy makers with guidance on the dose-response relationship between the frequency, duration, intensity, type and total amount of physical activity needed for the prevention of NCDs.
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