According to the forecast of the foreign scholars, about 2015, the developed countries will come into "the Age of Leisure" one after another and the developing countries will be at their heels. Leisure will replace IT as the most important engine to push growth of the global economy.
Currently various challenges from all aspects come to the surface,which include the competition and technology innovation,shortage of cheap labor,learning needs of old people,influence of leisure age and customer culture,and the forming of risk society as well as the challenge from the market.
Based on the basic theories of social sports and sports sociology and on the introduction of the concept “ leisure” and the characteristics of “leisure age”, the paper elaborates the inevitability and feasibility to develop social sports in China in the leisure age, from the perspective of the basic purpose of sports and social sports and the development of domestic and international sports industry with the arrival of leisure age.
With the coming of the leisure time,more attention should be paid to the development of a city as well as to the entity of the urban culture,so it is necessary to adhere to the unifying of all these factors.
With the coming of leisure era,tourism industry,which has the feature of strong relationship with other industries,as an impetus of promoting the development of cites and towns,has shown its great effects.
Today, while the industrial countries invest on employment, they simultaneously do the same on leisure time and sports.
Millions of people spend vacation and leisure time on the shores of the lakes and oceans of North America.
In doing so, they potentially expose themselves to infections and envenomations that other people do not even consider when making their plans for leisure time activities or in going to work each day.
Increasing numbers of retirees spend their leisure time in the ever-growing number of gambling casinos in this country.
In contrast to the reported physical activity at work, leisure time activity was significantly related to maximal oxygen uptake (p >amp;lt; 0.05), glucose (p >amp;lt; 0.05) and insulin values (p >amp;lt; 0.05) during OGTT, but not to relative body weight.