The effect of training on performance and health in middle age


Performance losses in middle age are often attributed to biological ageing. Running-time analyses in long-distance runners aged 20–80 years (n > 500,000) show that in fact no significant performance reductions occur before the age of 54 years. Moreover, further investigations carried out in the context of the PACE project (… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00059-012-3634-9


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