Chronic Eccentric Exercise and the Older Adult.

  title={Chronic Eccentric Exercise and the Older Adult.},
  author={Ashley K Gluchowski and Nigel K. Harris and Deborah K. Dulson and John Cronin},
  journal={Sports medicine},
  volume={45 10},
Eccentric exercise has gained increasing attention as a suitable and promising intervention to delay or mitigate the known physical and physiological declines associated with aging. Determining the relative efficacy of eccentric exercise when compared with the more conventionally prescribed traditional resistance exercise will support evidence-based prescribing for the aging population. Thus, original research studies incorporating chronic eccentric exercise interventions in the older adult… CONTINUE READING
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