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Title:

Resistance exercise How much is enough?

Author(s):

Loveless MS, Ihm JM

Year:

2015

Publication Info:

Current Sports Medicine Reports, 14(3):221-226

Abstract:

Multiple organizations recommend that resistance exercise be part of an adult health and fitness regimen. Extensive research has been done over the years on how to appropriately use a resistance exercise program to increase strength and power for general health and improve athletic performance. This article will review the literature on the components of a resistance exercise program and the recommendations for increasing strength and power in healthy adults.

Link to Article:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25968856

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