Muscle Size Responses to Strength Training in Young and Older Men and Women

@article{Roth2001MuscleSR,
  title={Muscle Size Responses to Strength Training in Young and Older Men and Women},
  author={S. Roth and F. M. Ivey and G. Martel and J. T. Lemmer and D. Hurlbut and E. Siegel and E. Metter and J. Fleg and J. Fozard and M. Kostek and D. Wernick and B. Hurley},
  journal={Journal of the American Geriatrics Society},
  year={2001},
  volume={49}
}
OBJECTIVES: To examine the possible influences of age and gender on muscle volume responses to strength training (ST). 
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