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Effects of free weights and machine training on muscular strength in high-functioning older adults.

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Summary of "Effects of free weights and machine training on muscular strength in high-functioning older adults."

Resistance training is assumed to be a key player in counteracting the age-related decline of functional capacity as well as the incidence of falls in older adults. Functional training using free weights is presumed to mimic daily activities, but there is a lack of studies comparing free weight training with barbells and machine training in older adults. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the development of muscle strength for high resistance training in high functioning older people for machines as well as free-weights as well as testing the feasibility of free weight training for this target group.

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Name: Experimental gerontology
ISSN: 1873-6815
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