DON'T BE ALONE | Fitness Motivation

DON'T BE ALONE 



Motivation: Defining motivation as experienced desires and hatred highlights the connection of motivation to emotion. 

Emotions are thought to be automatic assessments based on values ​​and beliefs stored unconsciously about the object.

In order to obtain effective optimization algorithms, it is necessary to use the previous information gained during the optimization process.

In theory, the natural approach to using well-known prior information is to build a model for a fitness function to help choose candidates for evaluation.

The natural order assumes that people have higher order needs, which contrasts with rational theory that indicates that people do not like to work and only respond to rewards and punishment. 

According to McGregor Y theory, human behavior relies on satisfying a hierarchy of needs: physiological, safety, social, ego, and self-realization.


DON'T BE ALONE ๐Ÿ˜’ Fitness Motivation





Motivation is the experience of wanting or aversion (want something, or want to avoid or escape something). As such, motivation has an objective aspect (a goal or something you aspire to) and an internal or subjective aspect (you who want or want something to go away).

Motivation is usually defined as the desire to perform an action as consisting of two parts: directional (such as directing towards a positive stimulus or away from negative), as well as a complementary “research phase” and a complementary “liking phase”. 

This type of impulse has neurobiological roots in the basal ganglia and mesolampic pathways (dopamine). Activated "search" behavior, such as motor activity, is influenced by dopamine medication, and experiments with accurate analyzes reveal the release of dopamine while expecting reward.

Psychological theories : Motivation can be conceived as a cycle in which thoughts influence behavior, drive performance affects ideas, and the cycle begins again. 

Each stage of the cycle has many dimensions including attitudes, beliefs, intentions, effort, and withdrawal, all of which can affect the motivation that the individual is going through.

Theories that explain motivation content: What things people find motivating are among the earliest theories in the history of stimulus research. 

Since content theories focus on the goal categories (needs) that motivate people, content theories are related to theories of need.

Socrates was one of the first influential personalities to discuss the topic of pleasure, and he did this around 470-399 BC in ancient Greece. 

The doctrine of pleasure, as Socrates described it, is the motivation where a person behaves in a way that increases pleasure and reduces pain. 

The only situation in which a person behaves in a manner that leads to more pain than pleasure is when she lacks knowledge of the effects of the behavior. 

Sex is one of the pleasures that people seek.


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