|Abstract: ||參與休閒運動是紓解工作壓力、消除疲勞及促進身心健康的最好方法。本研究目的在瞭解貨運業駕駛員在繁忙的工作中其休閒運動參與的現況及阻礙情形。研究採用問卷調查法，以南投縣貨運業駕駛員為研究對象，並以「貨運業駕駛休閒運動參與及阻礙因素之研究」量表為研究工具，共發出400份問卷，扣除無效問卷70份後，共計回收有效問卷330份，回收率82.5％。問卷資料以 SPSS 25 統計軟體進行資料分析，包括描述性次數統計、獨立樣本t檢定、單因子變異數分析、雪費法事後比較及相關分析等統計方法進行資料分析與處理，結果發現：貨運業駕駛有規律從事運動習慣者比率不高（27.6％）；從事休閒運動的目的主要是希望身體更健康；參與休閒運動的時間在假日與非假日皆有，參與運動的時段以下班後最多，運動項目以快走為主；貨運業駕駛員參與休閒運動的阻礙因素以工作因素阻礙最大，其次依序是環境與經濟因素阻礙、場地因素阻礙、個人內在因素阻礙；不同背景變項之貨運業駕駛員，在不同年齡、不同平均每月收入及不同每日開車時間等項對於休閒運動阻礙上達部分顯著差異，其餘各項並無顯著差異存在。
Participation in recreational sports is an excellent method for alleviating work stress,reducing fatigue, and promoting physical and psychological health.This study explored freight truck drivers, participation in recreational sports activities and factors preventing their participation.A questionnaire entitled the Freight Truck Driver Recreational Sports Participation and Prevention Factor Survey was distributed to freight truck drivers in Nantou County. In total, 400 copies of the questionnaire were distributed. After excluding 70 invalid samples, 330 valid samples were yielded; a valid recovery rate of 82.5%. SPSS Version 25 was used to analyze the collected data through methods including descriptive statistics (frequency), independent-sample t testing, one-way analysis of variance, Fisher’s least significant difference, and other related statistical methods.The results revealed that only a small proportion of drivers regularly participated in recreational sports (27.6%).Their main objective of participating in such activities was to improve their health, and they engaged in such activities during weekdays and weekends. Most drivers participated in recreational sports after work, and speed walking was the most common activity.Factors preventing drivers, participation in recreational sports were mostly work-related, followed by those related to environments, financial status, venues, and personal reasons.Regarding demographic backgrounds, variables such as age, monthly income, and daily drive time resulted in partial significant differences in the prevention of recreational sports participation; the remaining variables led to nonsignificant differences.