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Regular assessment of psycho-physiological parameters in aged subjects helps to clarify physical and mental conditions which are important in the prevention of health-endangering events to assure a healthy aging. Thirty older care female residents consented voluntarily to participate in the study. The somatic and psycho-physiological parameters recorded were handgrip force, disjunctive reaction time, balance control and whole body movement coordination, the electrocardiogram and heart rate variability. Significant correlations were found between (a) reaction time and balance control efficiency (r = −0.567, p < 0.009), (b) reaction time and movement coordination accuracy (r = −0.453, p < 0.045), (c) cardiac state and movement coordination accuracy (r = 0.545, p < 0.016), (d) cardiac stress and cardiac state (r = −0.495, p < 0.031), and (e) cardiac stress and force (r = −0.822, p < 0.045). In conclusion, for the aim of establishing basic battery tests for assessing psycho-physiological condition of physical fitness our results emphasize the importance of systematic physical activity, endurance and strength training supporting muscle force, balance control and whole-body movement coordination, in addition to improving the cardiac stress index level. The strong interrelation among these parameters allows the drawing of a more complete view regarding the health condition of aged individuals.

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A korosodással gyengülő izomerő, a járásgyorsaság, a mozgáskivitelezés és a kardiorespiratorikus teljesítőképesség prognosztikus jelentőséggel bír az életkilátásokra vonatkozóan. A jobb életminőség, az önálló életvitel lehetőségének fenntartása érdekében időskorban is használni, „edzeni” kell a testi (és szellemi) képességeket. Az összefoglaló közlemény a legfrissebb szakirodalmi adatokat tekinti át. Orv. Hetil., 2014, 155(21), 817–821.

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Clinical Neuorsci. 2008 61 163 167 Santo F, Gelli F, Ginanneschi F, Popa T, Rossi A: Relation between isometric muscle force and surface EMG in intrinsic hand muscles as function of the arm geometry

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, Dayne AM, Israetel MA, Nieman DC, Triplett NT: Effect of an acute bout of whole body vibration exercise on muscle force output and motor neuron excitability. J. Strength Cond. Res. 24, 184–189 (2010) Triplett N.T. Effect of

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KJ . Izomerő, koordináció, kardiorespiratorikus paraméterek és a választásos reakcióidő méréstechnikája gyermekkori neurológiai kórképekben [Measurement technology of muscle force, coordination, cardio-respiratory parameters

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mitochondria after ischemia and reperfusion as well. Some other studies have also reported a decrease in the muscle force production following acute I/R injury ( 8 , 11 , 23 ). The decrease in muscle force production can be due to (1) compromised

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density, muscle force, and gross motor function all improved significantly in children diagnosed with spastic quadriplegia or diplegia. WBV training is not a part of the standard cerebral palsy rehabilitation, but the researchers encourage its

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accomplish a successful attack, and on the other hand, this particular action performed for a thousand times will put a lot of strain on the arms, as well as on the shoulders. The velocity of the ball depends not only on the muscle force, but also on

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U , Gandevia SC : The proprioceptive senses: their roles in signaling body shape, body position and movement, and muscle force . Physiol. Rev. 92

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Physiology International
Authors: K Galamb, B Szilágyi, OM Magyar, T Hortobágyi, R Nagatomi, M Váczi and J Négyesi

body shape, body position and movement, and muscle force . Physiol. Rev. 92 , 1651 – 1697 ( 2012 ) 10.1152/physrev.00048.2011 29. Roy EA

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