Age-related decrease in physical activity and functional fitness among elderly men and women

@inproceedings{Milanovi2013AgerelatedDI,
  title={Age-related decrease in physical activity and functional fitness among elderly men and women},
  author={Z Milanovi{\'c} and Sa{\vs}a Panteli{\'c} and Neboj{\vs}a Trajkovi{\'c} and Goran Spori{\vs} and Radmila Kosti{\'c} and Nic James},
  booktitle={Clinical interventions in aging},
  year={2013}
}
AIM To determine differences in physical activity level and functional fitness between young elderly (60-69 years) and old elderly (70-80 years) people with the hypothesis that an age-related decline would be found. METHODS A total of 1288 participants' level of physical activity was evaluated using the International Physical Activity Questionnaire: 594 were male (mean ± standard deviation: body height 175.62 ± 9.78 cm; body weight 82.26 ± 31.33 kg) and 694 female (mean ± standard deviation… CONTINUE READING
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