Isokinetic eccentric exercise substantially improves mobility, muscle strength and size, but not postural sway metrics in older adults, with limited regression observed following a detraining period

Anthony Kay, Anthony Blazevich, Millie Fraser, Lucy Ashmore, Mathew Hill

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