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Fenyves László (közgazdász)
A COVID-19 hatása a sportolási szokásokra / Fenyves László
In recent times, our daily lives have been significantly affected and transformed by the coronavirus pandemic that will hit our country in March 2020. Following the outbreak, the WHO (World Health Organisation) advised its Member States to consider ways to prevent the introduction of the disease into new areas and to reduce the human-to-human spread in areas where the virus has already been detected. In the initial period, people's "freedom" was severely restricted as a consequence of the restrictive measures taken to slow down/control the spread of the virus. In addition to telecommuting, closing restaurants, educational institutions, entertainment venues, sports facilities, shopping malls, curfews have become part of our daily lives. The protection of human life and health has suddenly become one of the most important "tasks". Despite the closure of sports facilities in order to reduce personal contact, physical activity has become even more important than before, as it has become even more important to keep our bodies healthy during the epidemic period. When the virus emerged, the Operational Committee recommended that we try to do as much exercise as possible to strengthen our immune system so that it can fight off pathogens as effectively as possible. However, the restrictive measures taken in response to the virus have also had a major impact on our exercise and sporting habits, which has since attracted the interest of many researchers. In my research, I am looking for answers to the question of how the epidemic has changed people's habits/willingness to take part in sport and active physical activity. The results of the online questionnaire survey showed a decrease in the frequency of weekly exercise sessions and an increase in the proportion of non-exercisers during the period of the virus and restrictions. During the period of restrictions, the age group between 45 and 54 was considered to be the most active. Both before and after the coronavirus, men were significantly more likely to be non-athletes, whereas the proportion of non-athletic women increased significantly during the restriction period. The analysis also showed that those who started playing sport during the restrictions rated their mental state significantly higher.
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