Spin exercise improves semantic fluency in previously sedentary older adults.

  title={Spin exercise improves semantic fluency in previously sedentary older adults.},
  author={Joe R Nocera and Keith M. McGregor and Chris J. Hass and Bruce Crosson},
  journal={Journal of aging and physical activity},
  volume={23 1},
Studies suggest improvements of neurocognitive function among older adults who undergo aerobic exercise training. This study sought to examine the impact of an aerobic exercise intervention on verbal fluency in sedentary older adults. Twenty community-dwelling older adults were recruited and enrolled in either a spin exercise group or a control condition. Participants were evaluated with an estimated V02max test and on measures of letter, category, and switching verbal fluency both before and… CONTINUE READING

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