A Case Study: Participation Motives of Strength and Conditioning Training for College StudentsManagement Faculty Research
AbstractThe aim of this study was to investigate the participation motives of college students taking part in strength and conditioning training. The subjects were four university students. Observations, interviews and documents were utilized as the primary sources of data collection. The data were analyzed using number checking and triangulation techniques. The findings were organized into the following sections: need recognition, and belonging and affection motives. The participants’ needs to work out included losing weight, keeping fit, staying in shape, securing physical appearance, releasing stress, and establishing healthy lifestyles. The most important motive for them to work out was spending time and interacting with friends.
Citation InformationMak, J. Y., & Cheung, S. Y. (2011). A case study: Participation motives of strength and conditioning training for college students. Asian Journal of Physical Education & Recreation, 17(1); 58-64.