Câu trả lời mẫu cho câu hỏi: How can governments encourage people to do sports?
To my mind, people are likely to engage in doing more sports if governments take action to encourage physical activity, decrease sedentary behavior, and raise awareness about the importance of increasing physical activity. And I believe this can be done by providing easily accessible sports facilities, for example, bicycle lanes, sports grounds, football pitches, swimming pools, stadiums, tennis courts, and other sports facilities that can be used by the public free of charge ’cause the environment in which some people live often makes it difficult to engage in physical activity. I mean many neighborhoods lack open space, parks, recreational facilities, or sports fields. Many people would be happy to go for a run in the morning, but there’s nowhere to go in order to engage in this activity. At the same time, I think it’s important to deal with the aspects of the environment that deter physical activity, for example, poor-quality bicycle infrastructure, dilapidated parks and sports grounds, and a high level of crime. Secondly, governments can encourage residents to be more physically active by creating after-school activity programs such as dance classes, city-sponsored sports events, and other publicly or privately supported active recreation. Finally, providing better education concerning the importance of doing sports would definitely have an impact in the long run.