Normal Human Aging-

Normal Human Aging- - Normal Human Agingincreased chronic...

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Normal Human Aging- increased chronic disease risk Advancing age is associated with increased risk for chronic diseases, but physical activity significantly reduces this risk
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Physical Activity and the Aging Process Regular physical activity increases average life expectancy Influence on chronic disease development Limits the impact on secondary aging restoration of functional capacity in previously sedentary older adults AET and RET programs Increase aerobic capacity (20%) Increase muscle strength (30%)
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Physical Activity and the Aging Process Healthy older adults are able to engage in acute aerobic or resistance exercise Adaptations to exercise training (+ and - ) May take longer to reach improvement Greater reduction in exercise tolerance to heat and cold stress Greater risk of heat and cold related injuries Cessation of training leads to a loss of cardiovascular fitness
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