Peak anaerobic power in master athletes

@article{Grassi1991PeakAP,
  title={Peak anaerobic power in master athletes},
  author={Bruno Grassi and Paolo Cerretelli and Marco V Narici and Claudio Marconi},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
  year={1991},
  volume={62},
  pages={394-399}
}
The age-related decline in maximal physical performance of healthy subjects may be attributed both to the aging process per se and/or to a progressive reduction in physical activity. In two groups of master athletes, power (P) or endurance (E) trained (n = 115; aged 40–78 years), the degree and rate of the age-related deterioration of the maximal instantaneous muscle power (peak power,W peak, and the relative contribution ofquantitative (muscle mass) andqualitative factors possibly underlying… CONTINUE READING

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