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Isokinetic eccentric exercise substantially improves mobility, muscle strength and size, but not postural sway metrics in older adults, with limited regression observed following a detraining period

Kay, A. D., Blazevich, A. J., Fraser, M., Ashmore, L. and Hill, M. (2020) Isokinetic eccentric exercise substantially improves mobility, muscle strength and size, but not postural sway metrics in older adults, with limited regression observed following a detraining period. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 120(11), pp. 2383-2395. 1439-6327.

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