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  • 1 Semmelweis Egyetem Testnevelés- és Sporttudományi Kar Budapest
  • | 2 Sportkórház Budapest Czakó u. 9. 1016
  • | 3 Primamedika Budapest
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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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