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Study Protocol of a Randomized Intervention Study to Explore Effects of a Pure Physical Training

Gerhild Ullmann et al.  | Published on 8/21/2020
Decline in cognitive function associated with aging is one of the greatest concerns of older adults and often leads to a significant burden for individuals, families, and the health care system. Executive functions are most susceptible to age-related decline. Despite the well-known benefits of regular exercise on cognitive health, older adults tend to be less physically active than other age groups. Thus, there is a need to identify strategies that attract older adults and can enhance cognitive vitality. Read more here.

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