7 year follow-up of a 1 year strength-training program aimed at dynapenia in older adults
Long-term impact of strength training on muscle strength characteristics in older adultsArch Phys Med Rehabil. 2013 Nov;94(11):2054-60
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83 older adults who participated in a study involving 1 year of strength-training were analyzed to evaluate the long-term (7 year) benefits of strength-training compared to no training, in terms of muscle strength and muscle power. Patients were assessed based on Static strength (STAT), dynamic strength at 60 degrees/second (DYN60), and at 240 degrees/second (DYN240), and speed of movement at 20% ...
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