Resistance training in older adults : a comparison between group- and home-based exercise training for improvements in functional performance, muscle function and balance
Date of Award
Master of Science
School of Exercise, Biomedical and Health Sciences
Faculty of Computing, Health and Science
Objective : To examine the effectiveness of exercise setting on training adaptations of balance, muscle function and functional performance in older adults. Design: A randomized trial part of a larger intervention, with subjects assigned to either home (HE) or group-based exercise (GE). Setting: Subject own homes or a University exercise clinic. Subjects: Fifty-six older adults, 31 women and 25 men, 65-85 years of age. Intervention: Progressive resistance and aerobic training undertaken for 24 weeks.
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Gibbs, Z. (2007). Resistance training in older adults : a comparison between group- and home-based exercise training for improvements in functional performance, muscle function and balance. Retrieved from https://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/292