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Tecnologia para treinamento físico durante a pandemia COVID-19
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Tecnologia digital
Exercício físico
Universidades
Psicologia do esporte
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AMARO, Alexandre Slowetzky; TEIXEIRA, Paula Fernandes. Tecnologia para treinamento físico durante a pandemia COVID-19: um estudo transversal com estudantes-atletas universitários. Conexões, Campinas, SP, v. 21, n. 00, p. e023004, 2023. DOI: 10.20396/conex.v21i00.8671381. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/conexoes/article/view/8671381. Acesso em: 19 jun. 2024.

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Objetivo: O objetivo do presente estudo foi descrever o uso de aplicativos de smartphone para treinamento físico (APP) e a participação em Treinos Mediados por Tecnologia (TMT) em uma amostra de estudantes-atletas (EA) universitários durante a pandemia COVID-19. Método: Nossa pesquisa descritiva transversal avaliou EA de uma Universidade privada do estado de São Paulo usando um questionário adaptado à plataforma Google Forms. Resultado: Participaram da pesquisa 271 EA (Homem=158; Mulher=113; Midade=21,74±2,26 anos); sendo que 163 (60,1%) utilizaram APP, 214 (79%) utilizaram TMT e 247 (91,1%) utilizaram ambos os recursos. Foram citados 46 diferentes APP, sendo os principais: 1. Nike Training Club (n=75, 37,7%); 2. Nike Run Club (n=29; 14,6%); 3. Adidas Running (n=13; 6,5%) e 4. Leap Fitness Group (n=13; 6,5%). O Teste χ2 revelou que as mulheres foram as principais usuárias de tecnologia [APP (p=0,005; V=0,169); TMT (p<0,0001; V=0,216) e; APP+TMT (p=0,009; V=0,158)] durante a pandemia. Os EA amadores utilizaram mais APP (p=0,003; V=0,209) do que EA federados e ex-federados. Considerações finais: Os resultados destacam o extensivo uso de tecnologia na manutenção dos treinamentos físicos dos EA universitários durante a pandemia COVID-19, principalmente entre as mulheres e EA amadores. Estudos futuros devem quantificar os efeitos do uso de tecnologia na saúde física e emocional dos EA universitários.

https://doi.org/10.20396/conex.v21i00.8671381
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