A atividade física pode ajudar na luta contra a CoViD-19?
REF / JPE 2020; 89, 4
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Palavras-chave

exercício físico
saúde
pandemia
coronavírus
medicina preventiva

Como Citar

Costa, R. F. (2021). A atividade física pode ajudar na luta contra a CoViD-19?. Revista De Educação Física / Journal of Physical Education, 89(4), 224-227. https://doi.org/10.37310/ref.v89i4.2720

Resumo

Introdução: Como parte da Edição Especial de 2020 I, a Revista de Educação Física / Journal of Physical Education (REF/JPE) está trazendo aspectos científicos da prática de atividade física relacionados à pandemia de CoViD-19.

Objetivo: Comentar brevemente evidências científicas de que a prática de atividade física pode se apresentar como fator protetor para a CoViD-19.

Conclusão: Os benefícios da prática regular de atividade física são amplos e podem favorecer todo o tipo de população tanto no enfrentamento de cenários semelhantes aos que se apresentam na pandemia de COViD-19 quanto em cenários futuros.

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