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Jane E. Clark, Farid Bardid, Nancy Getchell, Leah E. Robinson, Nadja Schott and Jill Whitall

in age groups 24–32 weeks. Older infants (age 36–52 weeks) grasped the cube between the thumb and one or more fingers, which indicated that the fingers were starting to move independently from the palm. This developmental change in grasping is referred to as the transition from ‘power grip’ to

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Richard B. Kreider

( Anzell, Potteiger, Kraemer, & Otieno, 2013 ; Evans, 2019 ; Kerksick et al., 2009 ; Kraemer et al., 2003 ; Vantarakis et al., 2017 ). For example, Kraemer et al. (2003) reported that 9 months of resistance training resulted in significant increases in fat-free mass; anaerobic power; grip strength