Atividade física e fatores relacionados aos diferentes períodos da vida – Entendendo a força dos condicionantes ambientais

Autores

  • Erinaldo Luiz de Andrade Universidade São Judas Tadeu, São Paulo
  • Douglas Andrade Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo
  • Alessandro Barreta Garcia Universidade São Judas Tadeu, São Paulo
  • Aylton Figueira Junior Universidade São Judas, São Paulo

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37497/colloquium.v1i1.3

Palavras-chave:

Condicionantes ambientais, Sedentarismo, Promoção da saúde, Atividade física

Resumo

Atualmente, temos visto um aumento na disponibilidade de meios eletrônicos no ambiente domiciliar, onde novas tecnologias de mídia eletrônica (TV, computadores, wireless, banda larga, equipamentos multifuncionais e jogos de video-game interativos) são parte integrante do domicílio e com utilização diária pelos indivíduos, o que implica na redução das oportunidades de atividades físicas em casa e maior tempo em comportamentos sedentários, reduzindo o gasto energético total. Desta forma, o objetivo do presente ensaio é apresentar, em reflexão os fatores associados a prática de atividade física ao longo da vida, frente a diferentes determinantes da atividade física. Tratou-se de um ensaio reflexivo que nos proporcionou uma ampla análise dos comportamentos sedentários. Dessa forma, diariamente as crianças são expostas a múltiplos equipamentos que podem estimular comportamentos sedentários, ou a atividade física, sendo que o ambiente da casa provavelmente influencie nessa escolha. Teorias sugerem que para definir entre comportamento sedentário ou ativo depende em parte, da facilidade de acesso a atividade física ou sedentárias na casa e vizinhança. Em relação as diferentes fases da vida, observamos maior quantidade e utilização de equipamentos para atividade física na infância, exceto skate e equipamentos de “fitness” do que em adolescentes e adultos. Nossos resultados parecem contribuir para o desenvolvimento de programas de promoção da saúde em diferentes fases da nossa vida necessitando desta forma um maior entendimento a respeito da transitoriedade ao longo das fases da vida.

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Biografia do Autor

Erinaldo Luiz de Andrade, Universidade São Judas Tadeu, São Paulo

Possui graduação em Educação Física pela Faculdade de Educação Física de Santo André (1994), mestrado em Saúde Pública pela Faculdade de Saúde Pública-USP (2001) e doutorado em Educação Física pela Universidade São Judas Tadeu (2016). Atualmente é coordenador do curso de educação física da Universidade Nove de Julho e professor da Universidade Nove de Julho. Tem experiência na área de Educação Física, com ênfase em Atividade Física e Saúde, atuando principalmente nos seguintes temas: atividade física, promoção de saúde.

Alessandro Barreta Garcia, Universidade São Judas Tadeu, São Paulo

É doutorando em Educação Física pela Universidade São Judas Tadeu, membro do Grupo de Estudos em Treinamento, Atividade Física e Saúde pela Universidade São Judas Tadeu, mestre em Educação pela Universidade Nove de Julho, Especialista em Saúde da Mulher no Climatério 2003-2004 e 2004-2005 pela Universidade de São Paulo e Licenciado e Bacharel em Educação Física pela Universidade Nove de Julho. Lecionou por 12 anos no Departamento de Educação da Universidade Nove de Julho, nas disciplinas de História e Introdução à Educação Física, Antropologia e Sociologia da Educação, TCC I e TCC II, Prática de Ensino, Seminários e Metodologia da Pesquisa. Suas pesquisas relacionam conhecimentos da Promoção da Saúde, Antropologia, História, Filosofia da Educação e História da Educação Física.

Aylton Figueira Junior, Universidade São Judas, São Paulo

Aylton Figueira Júnior é formado em Educação Física (1985-1988), especialista em Ciências do Esporte pelo Laboratório deAptidão Física de São Caetano do Sul - São Paulo - Brasil (CELAFISCS), e membro de 1987 a 2000. Pós-Graduação em Ciências do Esporte na Faculdade de Educação Física de São Caetano do Sul (1989-1990) e Fisiologia do Exercício e Bioquímica Instituto de Esportes e não Cultura Manuel Fajardo Medicina Física - Havana - Cuba (1991). Coordenador do curso de Pós-graduação em Treinamento Esportivo da FMU. Docente dos Cursos de Graduação da UNINOVE e USJT. Membro da American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM desde 2003) e da Rede Mundial de Atividade Física e Ambiental (2011) e da Sociedade Japonesa de Educação Física, Saúde e Ciências do Desporto. Professor do Programa de Mestrado e Doutorado da Universidade São Judas Tadeu (USJT), desde 2009. Professor convidado do Programa de Mestrado em Fisiologia Clinica do Exercício ? Universidad Mayor ? Chile. Membro do CNPq (ad hoc) e da FAPESP (Ad hoc). Assessor do Conselho do Estado de Educação do Estado de São Paulo (desde 2009). Vencedor do Prêmio Literatura Esportiva do Ano oferecida pelo Colégio Brasileiro de Ciências do Esporte (2015) e ganhador da Medalha da Educação Física delegada pelo Conselho Regional de Educação Física. Autor de 7 livros e 14 capítulos nas áreas do esporte, treinamento e atividade física e saúde.

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ANDRADE, E. L. de .; ANDRADE, D. .; GARCIA, A. B. .; FIGUEIRA JUNIOR, A. . Atividade física e fatores relacionados aos diferentes períodos da vida – Entendendo a força dos condicionantes ambientais . Colloquium: health and education, Mooca (SP), v. 1, n. 1, p. e03, 2021. DOI: 10.37497/colloquium.v1i1.3. Disponível em: https://colloquimhealtheducation.com.br/recs/article/view/3. Acesso em: 20 maio. 2024.

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