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* Carol Williams * 10 2004 12 4 497 510 10.1123/japa.12.4.497 Leg-Extension Strength and Chair-Rise Performance in Elderly Women with Parkinson’s Disease Mati Pääsuke * Jaan Ereline * Helena Gapeyeva * Kadri Joost * Karin Mõttus * Pille Taba * 10 2004 12 4 511 524 10.1123/japa.12

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State-wide Survey Targeting Evidence-based Falls Prevention Strategies Den-Ching A. Lee * Lesley Day * Caroline F. Finch * Keith Hill * Lindy Clemson * Fiona McDermott * Terry P. Haines * 4 2015 23 2 256 263 10.1123/japa.2014-0012 Social Patterning in Grip Strength, Chair Rise, and Walk

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Different Body Mass Index Categories and Chair Rise Performance in Adult Women Stefan Schmid * Stéphane Armand * Zoltan Pataky * Alain Golay * Lara Allet * 12 2013 29 6 705 711 10.1123/jab.29.6.705 The Effect of Two Movement Strategies on Shoulder Resultant Joint Moment During Elastic Resistance

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Deborah Hebling Spinoso, Nise Ribeiro Marques, Dain Patrick LaRoche, Camilla Zamfollini Hallal, Aline Harumi Karuka, Fernanda Cristina Milanezi and Mauro Gonçalves

; Vestergaard et al., 2009 ). Hortobagyi et al. ( 2003 ) conducted a seminal study of FD in older adults that compared peak knee joint torques during stair ascent, descent, and chair rise with maximal isometric knee extensor strength obtained from a leg press exercise. The results indicated that whereas young

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Cameron T. Gibbons, Polemnia G. Amazeen and Aaron D. Likens

.A. ( 1991 ). Mechanics of a constrained chair-rise . Journal of Biomechanics, 24 ( 1 ), 77 – 85 . PubMed ID: 2026635 doi:10.1016/0021-9290(91)90328-K 10.1016/0021-9290(91)90328-K Rodosky , M.W. , Andriacchi , T.P. , & Andersson , G.B. ( 1989 ). The influence of chair height on lower limb

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Anne Sofie B. Malling, Bo M. Morberg, Lene Wermuth, Ole Gredal, Per Bech and Bente R. Jensen

of tremor and rigidity, etc.), and the score is, to some extent, rater dependent, while the STS task is specific (duration of five consecutive chair rises) and is measured objectively. Intuitively, since motor function is expected to be negatively influenced by age, an association between performance

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Timothy W. Cacciatore, Patrick M. Johnson and Rajal G. Cohen

slower conditions and in general used a higher peak velocity for the same movement duration. Alexander teachers were able to perform a slow, smooth chair rise with a relatively uniform forward velocity. (C) Vertical force under the feet. Group means and confidence intervals are shown. Vertical dashed

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Mohammad Reza Pourahmadi, Ismail Ebrahimi Takamjani, Shapour Jaberzadeh, Javad Sarrafzadeh, Mohammad Ali Sanjari, Rasool Bagheri and Morteza Taghipour

PubMed database search syntax were as follows: (“sit-to-stand” OR “sit to stand” OR “chair* rise*” OR “chair-rise” OR “chair* stand*” OR “stand* up”) AND (“kinematic*” OR “biomechanic*”) AND (“spin*” OR “trunk” OR “torso*” OR “back”) AND 2002/01/01:2017/02/31[dp]. Figure 1 —Preferred Reporting Items for

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Cristian Jaque, Phillip Véliz, Rodrigo Ramirez-Campillo, Jason Moran, Paulo Gentil and Jorge Cancino

. Progressive overload during the program was achieved every 4-week period on an individual basis ( Tan et al., 2018 ) by increasing the number of repetitions, reducing the use of arm support during chair rise exercises (i.e., after the fourth week of training, arm support was removed), or by reducing the

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Jennifer J. Sherwood, Cathy Inouye, Shannon L. Webb and Jenny O

associated with chair rise, stair climb, and gait speed ( Bassey et al., 1992 ; Bean et al., 2002 ; Suzuki, Bean, & Fielding, 2001 ). In a cross-sectional study assessing muscle power with the NPR, Skelton et al. ( 1994 ) reported annual declines of 3.7% and 3.2% for men and women, respectively, between 65