Age-specific neuromuscular interaction during elderly habitual running.


AIM It has been reported that advancing age causes tendons to become more compliant and fascicles length shorter. This could then lead to enhancement of movement efficiency provided that the elderly adults can activate their muscles in the same way as the younger adults (YOUNG) during dynamic movements. This study was designed to examine the age-specific… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/apha.12550


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@article{Sano2015AgespecificNI, title={Age-specific neuromuscular interaction during elderly habitual running.}, author={Kenji Sano and M. D. Saburo Akiyama and Merja Hoffr{\'e}n-Mikkola and Akira Ito and Paavo V. Komi and Makoto Ishikawa}, journal={Acta physiologica}, year={2015}, volume={215 2}, pages={79-88} }