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International Journal of Social Sciences and Economic Management, 2023, 4(2); doi: 10.38007/IJSSEM.2023.040207.

Analysis on the Current Situation of Women's Fitness in Laibin City


Bo Yang, Lijun Wang and Yuhao Tang

Corresponding Author:
Lijun Wang

Center for Cultural Construction and Social Governance, Ethnic Areas, Yulin Normal University, Yulin 537000, Guangxi, China 

College of Physical Education and Health, Yulin Normal University, Yulin 537000, Guangxi, China


In modern life, women bear more and more responsibilities. Women's health is the premise to ensure the normal operation of their life and work. Women's health can be improved through fitness. This paper takes Laibin city as an example to investigate the status quo of laibin city's female fitness, and through the investigation and analysis of laibin city's female fitness. Based on the investigation, statistics and data analysis of the women in the three local fitness clubs, namely Zhonglian Fitness club, Liheng Fitness Club and Meng Yun fitness club, and the community park in Laibin city, it is found that there are several problems affecting the steady development of laibin female fitness market: 1) laibin city women participate in the number of fitness activities less, and the exercise time needs to be strengthened, affecting the fitness effect. 2) laibin women's planning of the amount of exercise during special periods is not reasonable, which is easy to cause physical injury. 3) Laibin city women's sports consumption concept is relatively traditional. 4) The subjective factors that affect laibin women's fitness are influenced by family and work, and the main objective factors are time factor, economic factor and laibin city's fitness environment, etc. In view of the above problems, the development strategies of laibin women's fitness are put forward as follows: 1) to strengthen laibin city women to participate in fitness activities and the number of time. 2) Laibin women should strengthen the reasonable planning of the amount of exercise during special periods. 3) The consumption concept of laibin women should be changed. 4) Reduce the influencing factors of female fitness in Laibin City. Encourage them to work out with their families to promote family harmony, cultivate laibin women's scientific concept of lifelong fitness, and spare time to flexibly choose fitness programs.


Laibin City, Female Fitness, Current Situation Analysis

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Bo Yang, Lijun Wang and Yuhao Tang. Analysis on the Current Situation of Women's Fitness in Laibin City. International Journal of Social Sciences and Economic Management (2023), Vol. 4, Issue 2: 48-53. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJSSEM.2023.040207.


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