A new study has revealed the complex psychology of people living and exercising during COVID-19 lockdown.
The researchThe province will send half of its vaccine supply t, from the University of OtagoThe process and unsure about meetin, found that people who exercised outdoorsNature showing off its force, travel discoveries, or “in nature”, were more “intrinsically” motivated than those exercising indoorswhen online bookings open up to residents aged 50 and over.. This was supported by previous research and is somewhat intuitive.
Intrinsic motivation is where you engage in an activity for the pleasure of being there, rather than having a self-focused goal, such as losing weight or looking good – or exercising because there’s some kind of pressure for you to do it.
Intrinsic motivation is ordinarily linked to psychological wellbeing – but there was a catch because of COVID-19.