Written in English
|Statement||by Joanne K. Harris|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 110 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||110|
This study investigated how coach and teammates influence masters athletes' sport commitment, and the effect of functional and obligatory commitments on participation in masters swimming. The sample consisted of masters swimmers ( males and females) aged between 22 and 83 years (M = , SD = ).Cited by: A total of high school- and college-level, male and female, athletes competing in several sports participated. Collegiate athletes reported significantly higher perceptions of investments, costs, involvement opportunities, perceived competence, social support, and performance-motivational climate than did high school by: 3. Objectives: The purpose of this research was to develop the Sport Commitment Questionnaire-2 (SCQ-2) and establish its psychometric properties. Examining gender differences in the determinants of Masters swimmers’ sport commitment. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 10(3), that assessed theoretical.
The two studies included herein discuss mindfulness and acceptance in sport performance. Based on exploratory interviews with elite swimmers, Study 1 showed that optimal performance, or “flow. conceptualization of sport commitment in cricket i.e. how cricket players de ne commitment in sports-speci c context. Secondly, to identify the factors that cricketers possibly perceive to af fect. Sport commitment is a central motivational construct because it goes right to the heart of athletes’ persistent pursuit of their sport. Simply put, it is a psychological state explaining why athletes do what they do. There are two types of sport commitment: enthusiastic and constrained. Enthusiastic commitment (EC) is the psychological construct representing the desire . INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORT BIOMECHANICS, , 6, Analysis of Male and Female Olympic Swimmers in the Meter Events Patrick Kennedy, Peter Brown, Somadeepti N. Chengalur, and Richard C. Nelson The performance of male and female swimmers (N= ) competing in .
This article introduces a sport-specific theoretical model of commitment. Sport commitment is defined as a psychological state representing the desire or resolve to continue sport participation. The Sport Commitment Model proposes that sport commitment is determined by sport enjoyment, involvement alternatives, personal investments, social constraints, and involvement opportunities. This study investigated how coach and teammates influence masters athletes' sport commitment, and the effect of functional and obligatory commitments on participation in masters swimming. The sample consisted of masters swimmers ( males and females) aged between 22 and 83 years (M = , SD = ). A bi-dimensional commitment. Objective: The authors designed this study to determine if differences exist between male and female collegiate athletes' supplement use and behaviors to modify body ipants: Collegiate athletes who participated in this study were females and males, aged 17 to 28 : Participants completed a questionnaire about the average number of times each week they. According to the Women’s Sport Foundation (), female high school athletic participation has increased % since the institution of Title IX, while female collegiate athletic participation has increased % (NCAA, ). In there were