Aging: Its Effects on Strength, Power, Flexibility, and Bone Density

@article{Adams1999AgingIE,
  title={Aging: Its Effects on Strength, Power, Flexibility, and Bone Density},
  author={K. Adams and P. O'shea and Katie L. O'Shea},
  journal={Strength and Conditioning Journal},
  year={1999},
  volume={21},
  pages={65}
}
Strength and Conditioning Journal 65 WITH THE ONSET OF THE YEAR 2000, the average American is living an extended life span of 3 decades. Are these years to be lived out in a nursing home? People generally do not end up in nursing homes because they are sick but because they are physically weak. They lack the muscular strength and motor ability to live a functional, independent life. When people reach 50, they begin to pay the price of a sedentary lifestyle. The predictable consequences are… Expand
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