Can participant motivation predict training frequency and training type in Male Masters Rugby players competing at the 2010 World Golden Oldies Rugby Festival?

Tim Heazlewood, Joseph Walsh, Mike Climstein

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Abstract

Participant motivation evaluates factors that enhance or inhibit motivation to participate insport and represented by factors as health orientation, weight concern/weight loss andpersonal goal achievement and factors evaluated by the Motivations of Marathoners Scale(MOMS). Some research using the MOMS instrument conducted on participant motivation of athletes competing at the 2010 Pan Pacific Master’s Games indicated total weekly sessions in males were predicted by goal achievement and affiliation. The research aims were to assess if the individual scores and combination of scores of the nine factors in the MOMS instrument can predict quantity of training and training types completed by athletes competing in 2010 World Golden Oldies Rugby Festival (WGORF).
Original languageEnglish
Pages41-42
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2018
EventSingapore Conference on Applied Psychology 2018 - Holiday Inn Singapore, Singapore
Duration: 21 Jun 201822 Jun 2018
https://scap.ear.com.sg/

Conference

ConferenceSingapore Conference on Applied Psychology 2018
Abbreviated titleSCAP 2018
CountrySingapore
Period21/06/1822/06/18
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    Heazlewood, T., Walsh, J., & Climstein, M. (2018). Can participant motivation predict training frequency and training type in Male Masters Rugby players competing at the 2010 World Golden Oldies Rugby Festival?. 41-42. Abstract from Singapore Conference on Applied Psychology 2018, Singapore.