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By Guy Bezalel Pt interested in gait balance fall prevention and exergaming
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26893098/ageing-muscle-power-and-physical-function-a-systematic-review-and-implications-for-pragmatic-training-interventions
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REVIEW
Christopher Byrne, Charles Faure, David J Keene, Sarah E Lamb
BACKGROUND: The physiological impairments most strongly associated with functional performance in older people are logically the most efficient therapeutic targets for exercise training interventions aimed at improving function and maintaining independence in later life. OBJECTIVES: The objectives of this review were to (1) systematically review the relationship between muscle power and functional performance in older people; (2) systematically review the effect of power training (PT) interventions on functional performance in older people; and (3) identify components of successful PT interventions relevant to pragmatic trials by scoping the literature...
September 2016: Sports Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26894275/what-is-the-optimal-amount-of-protein-to-support-post-exercise-skeletal-muscle-reconditioning-in-the-older-adult
#2
LETTER
Tyler A Churchward-Venne, Andrew M Holwerda, Stuart M Phillips, Luc J C van Loon
Hyperaminoacidemia following protein ingestion enhances the anabolic effect of resistance-type exercise by increasing the stimulation of muscle protein synthesis and attenuating the exercise-mediated increase in muscle protein breakdown rates. Although factors such as the source of protein ingested and the timing of intake relative to exercise can impact post-exercise muscle protein synthesis rates, the amount of protein ingested after exercise appears to be the key nutritional factor dictating the magnitude of the muscle protein synthetic response during post-exercise recovery...
September 2016: Sports Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26914266/resistance-training-as-a-tool-for-preventing-and-treating-musculoskeletal-disorders
#3
REVIEW
Emmanuel Gomes Ciolac, José Messias Rodrigues-da-Silva
The aging process is characterized by several physiological, morphological, and psychological alterations that result in a decreased functional and health status throughout the life span. Among these alterations, the loss of muscle mass and strength (sarcopenia) is receiving increased attention because of its association with innumerous age-related disorders, including (but not limited to) osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, low back pain, risk of fall, and disability. Regular participation in resistance training programs can minimize the musculoskeletal alterations that occur during aging, and may contribute to the health and well-being of the older population...
September 2016: Sports Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26402439/postexercise-dietary-protein-strategies-to-maximize-skeletal-muscle-repair-and-remodeling-in-masters-endurance-athletes-a-review
#4
Thomas M Doering, Peter R Reaburn, Stuart M Phillips, David G Jenkins
Participation rates of masters athletes in endurance events such as long-distance triathlon and running continue to increase. Given the physical and metabolic demands of endurance training, recovery practices influence the quality of successive training sessions and, consequently, adaptations to training. Research has suggested that, after muscle-damaging endurance exercise, masters athletes experience slower recovery rates in comparison with younger, similarly trained athletes. Given that these discrepancies in recovery rates are not observed after non-muscle-damaging exercise, it is suggested that masters athletes have impairments of the protein remodeling mechanisms within skeletal muscle...
April 2016: International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26607287/are-there-deleterious-cardiac-effects-of-acute-and-chronic-endurance-exercise
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REVIEW
Thijs M H Eijsvogels, Antonio B Fernandez, Paul D Thompson
Multiple epidemiological studies document that habitual physical activity reduces the risk of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD), and most demonstrate progressively lower rates of ASCVD with progressively more physical activity. Few studies have included individuals performing high-intensity, lifelong endurance exercise, however, and recent reports suggest that prodigious amounts of exercise may increase markers for, and even the incidence of, cardiovascular disease. This review examines the evidence that extremes of endurance exercise may increase cardiovascular disease risk by reviewing the causes and incidence of exercise-related cardiac events, and the acute effects of exercise on cardiovascular function, the effect of exercise on cardiac biomarkers, including "myocardial" creatine kinase, cardiac troponins, and cardiac natriuretic peptides...
January 2016: Physiological Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23984069/age-related-increase-in-electromyography-burst-activity-in-males-and-females
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Olga Theou, Darl Edwards, Gareth R Jones, Jennifer M Jakobi
The rapid advancement of electromyography (EMG) technology facilitates measurement of muscle activity outside the laboratory during daily life. The purpose of this study was to determine whether bursts in EMG recorded over a typical 8-hour day differed between young and old males and females. Muscle activity was recorded from biceps brachii, triceps brachii, vastus lateralis, and biceps femoris of 16 young and 15 old adults using portable surface EMG. Old muscles were active 16-27% of the time compared to 5-9% in young muscles...
2013: Journal of Aging Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23797729/trends-in-triathlon-performance-effects-of-sex-and-age
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REVIEW
Romuald Lepers, Beat Knechtle, Paul J Stapley
The influences of sex and age upon endurance performance have previously been documented for both running and swimming. A number of recent studies have investigated how sex and age influence triathlon performance, a sport that combines three disciplines (swimming, cycling and running), with competitions commonly lasting between 2 (short distance: 1.5-km swim, 40-km cycle and 10-km run) and 8 h (Ironman distance: 3.8-km swim,180-km cycle and 42-km run) for elite triathletes. Age and sex influences upon performance have also been investigated for ultra-triathlons, with distances corresponding to several Ironman distances and lasting several days, and for off-road triathlons combining swimming, mountain biking and trail running...
September 2013: Sports Medicine
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