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GOMEZ-CHACON, R  and  FERNANDEZ-MARTINEZ, N. Relationship between practicing physical activity and healthy employees in a sports-social club. CPD [online]. 2020, vol.20, n.3, pp.65-73.  Epub Nov 09, 2020. ISSN 1989-5879.

Organisations are currently implementing health management actions through physical activity, impacting physical, psychological and social benefits for employees and economic benefits for companies. This fact makes organizations have healthy employees that are related to positive organizational variables, such as job satisfaction, so the objective of the work is to know the relationship between the practice of physical activity and healthy employees. Participants were employees of a sports-social entity in the province of Seville with n = 56, of whom 29 were men and 27 women, and the International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ) and the Healthy Employees Questionnaire were also used. analyzing if there were significant differences between the variables of the healthy employee and the amount of physical activity practice of the employees. The results conclude that the employees who carry out moderate and high physical activity present a significantly higher average in positive emotions, commitment and resistance compared to the group of low physical activity or who do not practice physical activity, while employees who carry out moderate physical activity and high have a higher average, but not significant in self-efficacy and competence with respect to the group of low physical activity or that does not practice physical activity.

Keywords : Physical activity; organisations; employees.

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