Improvement in muscular strength and aerobic capacities in elderly people occurs independently of physical training type or exercise model

@article{Sbardelotto2019ImprovementIM,
  title={Improvement in muscular strength and aerobic capacities in elderly people occurs independently of physical training type or exercise model},
  author={M. L. Sbardelotto and R. R. Costa and K. A. Malysz and G. S. Pedroso and B. C. Pereira and Helen R Sorato and P. C. Silveira and R. T. Nesi and Ant{\^o}nio J Grande and Ricardo Aurino Pinho},
  journal={Clinics},
  year={2019},
  volume={74}
}
OBJECTIVES: Progressive decline of physiological processes with aging is normal. Aging is also associated with decreased functional capacity and onset of many diseases. This study evaluated the changes in physical fitness (PF), body composition (BC), and lipid profile (LP) in elderly men completing different training protocols. METHODS: Fifty-five men (age 60-80 years) were randomized into the following groups: without training, aerobic training on dry land, combined training on dry land, and… Expand
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