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Julian Alcazar
PhD Fellow | Muscle & Aging | Doctorando | Músculo & Envejecimiento | [Add life to days, not days to life]
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Félix Morales Palomo Aug 19
Our last paper in is up! Effectiveness of aerobic exercise programs for health promotion in metabolic syndrome. Now available in:
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Julian Alcazar Aug 19
Replying to @JulianAlcazr
1. This paper provides population-based reference data and cut-off values for low lean mass, strength, power and physical performance. 2. and confirmed that power decreases earlier in life (~50 y) when compared with strength (~60 y) and lean mass (~70 y). 2/2
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Julian Alcazar Aug 19
Very happy to be part of this: "The Copenhagen Study: lean mass, , and physical function in a Danish cohort aged 20-93 y" 🏋️‍♂️💪 1/2
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Mathew Piasecki Aug 1
Further evidence in suggesting master athletes may be more successful at reinnervating denervated fibres in older age. Also in rarely seen entirely female cohort. Very nice work
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Dave Hughes Jul 29
Determining the Sites of Neural Adaptations to Resistance Training: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
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Mikel Izquierdo Jul 25
Resistance Training for Older Adults. Position Statement from the National Strenght and Conditioning Association
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WHO Collaborating Center for Frailty Jul 19
For your summer reading "Frailty and Brain-Muscle Correlates in Older People with Type 2 Diabetes: A Structural-MRI Explorative Study" Bourdel-Marchasson, I., Catheline, G., Regueme, S. et al. J Nutr Health Aging (2019).
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🔛 Enrico Molinari #CMO 🇮🇹 🇪🇺 Jul 21
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Christoph Handschin Jul 19
The affects junction morphology, glycolytic fibers, and . Julien's new paper is now out ! Supported by and .
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Abigail Mackey Jul 17
The start of our quest to identify indicators of denervation in skeletal muscle biopsies from healthy elderly individuals - 1st publication by PhD student Casper Soendenbroe @ Institute of Sports Medicine Copenhagen @wileyneuro
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Robert Csapo Jul 16
This is a must read for those interested in the high- vs. low-intensity debate... Excellent study by and colleagues...
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Julian Alcazar Jul 16
Please wait until the end... 😂😂
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Pedro E. Alcaraz Jul 14
🚨Mañana último día🚨 Para envío de abstracts para el Congreso de Creo que no somos conscientes de la magnitud del proyecto que se ha iniciado entorno la preparación física a nivel 🌍 en todas sus vertientes. Un honor liderar este movimiento con un equipo 🔝🏋🏼‍♀️
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Luis M. Alegre, PhD Jul 12
GENUD Toledo research group, from is submitting 3 studies to . 4 days to the deadline! ⏳
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Luis M. Alegre, PhD Jul 10
Just check the scientific programme of : big names in the field of and . Where? Madrid, Spain. When? November 15-16, 2019. Abstract submission deadline: July 15th!!
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Martino V. Franchi Jul 9
Interested in Strength and Conditioning? looking at the nutritional side too? This conference is for you: teams up with to bring a international forum of discussion to the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid! More info soon!
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Robert Csapo Jul 9
After the is before the ! Check the program here and make sure you submit your abstracts in time. Deadline for submission is July 15th…
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Iván Baltasar Jul 8
What an amazing week in Prague! Lots of 📚 and lots of people in ! See you in Sevilla 2020 🔜
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Julian Alcazar Jul 8
Replying to @JamesLNuzzo
Unfortunately grip strength is rarely changed after exercise interventions (unless specific grip strength training is conducted). Good marker for large observational studies, but poor for detecting individual responses to interventions reverting muscle weakness (IMO)
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Martino V. Franchi Jul 6
Very interesting from on relationships between muscle strength, size and architecture between trained and long strength trained (>4 years) at . Grande TMW :)
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