During the Covid-19 pandemic, changes in social life have also had an impact on the free time activities of individuals in society. Especially with the practice of limited free time, negative situations have arisen regarding the physical activity of individuals aged 65 and over. In this context, the aim of the study is to determine the opinions of individuals over the age of 65 during covid-19 restrictions regarding their physical activities during their free time within certain restricted time zones in this process. The study was conducted as a phenomenology research from qualitative research patterns and a total of 65 years and older (n:49) male individuals who volunteered by creating a semi-structured interview form were reached. The participant's responses were encoded by dividing them into themes after the interview and these codes were associated with each other. In the results obtained, participants compared it to well-behaved prisoners being allowed to go out at certain times during this free time, as well as going out at certain times. The participants stated that after the 9/12 coup attempt, people were not leaving the house at that time and had limited free time. 65 Even if they thought the practice of being able to go out on certain days and hours was beneficial for them, they stated that the restrictions taken were insufficient for them and that they were physically immobilized and badly affected. The participants stated that they did not see anyone because of the Covid 19 process, distanced themselves from people and walked alone, caring about the health of themselves and others. The over-65s preferred to spend their free time outdoors more actively during the limited hours given in the pandemic conditions. In the light of the results, it was stated that the majority of the participants spent most of their time at home, not alone, could not participate in physical activity in limited free time and wanted to be free by comparing this pandemic process to the old times when they lived like the 9/12 coup and the open prison.