Impact of maximal strength training on work efficiency and muscle fiber type in the elderly: Implications for physical function and fall prevention
EivindWang, Stian KwakNyberg, JanHoff, JiaZhao, GunnarLeivseth, TomTørhaug, Otto SchnellHusby, JanHelgerud, Russell S.Richardson Highlights • High intensity maximal strength training (MST) improves work efficiency. • In the current study we
Benefits of resistance training in physically frail elderly: a systematic review
Authors: Pedro Lopez, Ronei Silveira Pinto, Regis Radaelli, Anderson Rech, Rafael Grazioli, Mikel Izquierdo, Eduardo Lusa Cadore Abstract Aim Exercise is one of the most important components in frailty prevention and
Effects of momentum-based dumbbell training on cognitive function in older adults with mild cognitive impairment: a pilot randomized controlled trial
Jiaojiao Lü, Mingyun Sun,Leichao Liang, Yi Feng, Xiaoyu Pan, and Yu Liu Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer Abstract Purpose The purpose of this study
The effects of strength training on cognitive performance in elderly women.
Smolarek Ade C, Ferreira LH, Mascarenhas LP, McAnulty SR, Varela KD, Dangui MC, de Barros MP, Utter AC, Souza-Junior TP Abstract Aging is a degenerative process marked by