Effects of multicomponent and power training programs using elastic devices on motor function, body composition, and metabolic, bone and inflammatory profile in older adults
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Effects of multicomponent and power training programs using elastic devices on motor function, body composition, and metabolic, bone and inflammatory profile in older adults

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Colado Sánchez, Juan Carlos; Gargallo Bayo, Pedro; Juesas, Alvaro; Torkamaneh, S.; Tamayo, E.; Guzmán, J. F.; Fernández-Garrido, J.; Sáez, Guillermo T.
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Background: It is needed to understand what type of training strategy can be the most effective for contributing to a healthier, active, and more independent elderly population. Nowadays, there are novel types of training interventions and devices, but only little is known regarding whether these can provoke positive benefits in this target population. Concretely, no evidence has examined the effectiveness of high-speed resistance training and multicomponent training in older adults in respect of not only physical function but also bone, immunity, and metabolic status. Developing an understanding these novel training strategies can ultimately provide a viable alternative to traditional modes of exercise training for a broader range of participants.

    Colado Sánchez, Juan Carlos Gargallo Bayo, Pedro Juesas, Alvaro Torkamaneh, S. Tamayo, E. Guzmán, J. F. Fernández-Garrido, J. Sáez, Guillermo T. 2018 Effects of multicomponent and power training programs using elastic devices on motor function, body composition, and metabolic, bone and inflammatory profile in older adults Journal of Performance Health Research 2 2 4 5
https://doi.org/10.25036/jphr.2018.2.2.TRAC

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