Strength vs. Coordination Training for Elderly Quality of Life

As the global population ages, preserving the functional independence and quality of life of elderly individuals has become increasingly vital. This systematic study delves into the effectiveness of strength training and coordination exercises in enhancing autonomy and well-being among older adults. A comprehensive review evaluates various outcomes such as muscle strength, balance, mobility, fall prevention, and overall quality of life. Additionally, the study explores the synergistic effects of combining coordination and strength exercises while addressing practical considerations.
 
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