Group- vs home-based exercise training in healthy older men and women. A community-based clinical trial.

@article{King1991GroupVH,
  title={Group- vs home-based exercise training in healthy older men and women. A community-based clinical trial.},
  author={Abby C King and William L. Haskell and Craig Barr Taylor and H C Kraemer and Robert F. Debusk},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={1991},
  volume={266 11},
  pages={
          1535-42
        }
}
OBJECTIVE --To determine the effectiveness of group- vs home-based exercise training of higher and lower intensities among healthy, sedentary older adults. DESIGN --Year-long randomized, controlled trial comparing (1) higher-intensity group-based exercise training; (2) higher-intensity home-based exercise training; (3) lower-intensity home-based exercise training; or (4) assessment-only control. SETTING --General community located in northern California. PARTICIPANTS --One hundred sixty… CONTINUE READING

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