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Deceleration of Skeletal Muscle Atrophy and Disability in Aging Population: Effect of Exercise

  title={Deceleration of Skeletal Muscle Atrophy and Disability in Aging Population: Effect of Exercise},
  author={T. P. S{\'e}{\'e}ne},
Exercise is a effective measure for the prevention and management of different muscle injuries, diseases and atrophy in elderly. Endurance exercise increase skeletal muscle oxidative capacity, resistanc exercise cause hypertrophy of fast-twitch muscle fibers. Exercise improved muscle plasticity in the elderly, and makes skeletal muscle possible to modify age-associated decline in physical performance and enhancing life quality in the elderly. Resistance exercise increase the turnover rate of… Expand


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