Journal of Aging and Physical Activity

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1543-267X
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  1. Item-response-theory analysis of two scales for self-efficacy for exercise behavior in people with arthritis.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):239 (2011) PMID 21727304

    Benefits of physical activity for those with arthritis are clear, yet physical activity is difficult to initiate and maintain. Self-efficacy is a key modifiable psychosocial determinant of physical activity. This study examined two scales for self-efficacy for exercise behavior (SEEB) to identif...
  2. Self-regulatory strength depletion and muscle-endurance performance: a test of the limited-strength model in older adults.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):177 (2011) PMID 21727299

    Self-regulation consumes a form of strength or energy. The authors investigated aftereffects of self-regulation depletion on muscle-endurance performance in older adults. Participants (N = 61, mean age = 71) were randomized to a self-regulation-depletion or control group and completed 2 muscle-e...
  3. Enhancing strength and postocclusive calf blood flow in older people with training with blood-flow restriction.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):201 (2011) PMID 21727301

    The response of calf-muscle strength, resting blood flow, and postocclusive blood flow (PObf) were investigated after 4 wk of low-load resistance training (LLRT) with and without blood-flow restriction in a matched-leg design. Ten untrained older individuals age 62-73 yr performed unilateral pla...
  4. Predicting habitual physical activity using coping strategies in older fallers engaged in falls-prevention exercise.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):189 (2011) PMID 21727300

    One third of adults over 65 yr old fall each year. Wide-ranging consequences include fracture, reduced activity, and death. Research synthesis suggests that falls-prevention programs can be effective in reducing falls by about 20%. Strength and balance training is the most efficacious component,...
  5. Predicting habitual physical activity using coping strategies in older fallers engaged in falls-prevention exercise.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):189 (2011) PMID 21727300

    One third of adults over 65 yr old fall each year. Wide-ranging consequences include fracture, reduced activity, and death. Research synthesis suggests that falls-prevention programs can be effective in reducing falls by about 20%. Strength and balance training is the most efficacious component,...
  6. Enhancing strength and postocclusive calf blood flow in older people with training with blood-flow restriction.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):201 (2011) PMID 21727301

    The response of calf-muscle strength, resting blood flow, and postocclusive blood flow (PObf) were investigated after 4 wk of low-load resistance training (LLRT) with and without blood-flow restriction in a matched-leg design. Ten untrained older individuals age 62-73 yr performed unilateral pla...
  7. Synergistic effect of social support and self-efficacy on physical exercise in older adults.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):249 (2011) PMID 21727305

    The purpose of the current study was to examine whether the effects of social support on physical exercise in older adults depend on individual perceptions of self-efficacy. Three hundred nine older German adults (age 65-85) were assessed at 3 points in time (3 months apart). In hierarchical-reg...
  8. Older patient-physician discussions about exercise.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):225 (2011) PMID 21727303

    This cross-sectional observational study examined the frequency of older patient-physician discussions about exercise, who initiates discussions, and the quality of questioning, informing, and support about exercise. The study used a convenience sample of 396 follow-up visits at 3 community-base...
  9. Item-response-theory analysis of two scales for self-efficacy for exercise behavior in people with arthritis.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):239 (2011) PMID 21727304

    Benefits of physical activity for those with arthritis are clear, yet physical activity is difficult to initiate and maintain. Self-efficacy is a key modifiable psychosocial determinant of physical activity. This study examined two scales for self-efficacy for exercise behavior (SEEB) to identif...
  10. Older patient-physician discussions about exercise.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):225 (2011) PMID 21727303

    This cross-sectional observational study examined the frequency of older patient-physician discussions about exercise, who initiates discussions, and the quality of questioning, informing, and support about exercise. The study used a convenience sample of 396 follow-up visits at 3 community-base...
  11. Validation of the OMNI-cycle scale of perceived exertion in the elderly.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):214 (2011) PMID 21727302

    This study examined the concurrent and construct validity of the OMNI-Cycle Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE) Scale, using elderly men and women. Seventy-six participants performed a load-incremented cycle-ergometer exercise test. Concurrent validity was determined by correlating OMNI-RPE respo...
  12. Strength-training behavior and perceived environment among Japanese older adults.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):262 (2011) PMID 21727306

    The authors examined the relationship between strength-training behavior and perceived environment in older Japanese adults. An Internet-based survey was conducted of 293 adults age 68.2 ± 2.8 yr. The dependent variable was regular strength-training behavior. The IPAQ environment module, access ...
  13. Validation of the OMNI-cycle scale of perceived exertion in the elderly.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):214 (2011) PMID 21727302

    This study examined the concurrent and construct validity of the OMNI-Cycle Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE) Scale, using elderly men and women. Seventy-six participants performed a load-incremented cycle-ergometer exercise test. Concurrent validity was determined by correlating OMNI-RPE respo...
  14. Synergistic effect of social support and self-efficacy on physical exercise in older adults.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):249 (2011) PMID 21727305

    The purpose of the current study was to examine whether the effects of social support on physical exercise in older adults depend on individual perceptions of self-efficacy. Three hundred nine older German adults (age 65-85) were assessed at 3 points in time (3 months apart). In hierarchical-reg...
  15. Strength-training behavior and perceived environment among Japanese older adults.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):262 (2011) PMID 21727306

    The authors examined the relationship between strength-training behavior and perceived environment in older Japanese adults. An Internet-based survey was conducted of 293 adults age 68.2 ± 2.8 yr. The dependent variable was regular strength-training behavior. The IPAQ environment module, access ...
  16. Self-regulatory strength depletion and muscle-endurance performance: a test of the limited-strength model in older adults.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(3):177 (2011) PMID 21727299

    Self-regulation consumes a form of strength or energy. The authors investigated aftereffects of self-regulation depletion on muscle-endurance performance in older adults. Participants (N = 61, mean age = 71) were randomized to a self-regulation-depletion or control group and completed 2 muscle-e...
  17. The impact of high-calorie-expenditure exercise on quality of life in older adults with coronary heart disease.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(2):99 (2011) PMID 21558566

    The acceptability of a high-calorie-expenditure (HCE) exercise program in older coronary heart disease patients participating in a behavioral weight-control program was evaluated. Seventy-four overweight patients (median age 63 yr) were randomly assigned to a 5-mo intervention of HCE exercise (3...
  18. Stair-ascent performance in elderly women: effect of explosive strength training.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(2):117 (2011) PMID 21558567

    Explosive-type strength training may alter kinetics and neuromuscular activity during stair ascent in elderly women. This may improve functional ability. Nineteen women (69.7 ± 3.4 yr) were randomly allocated to strength training (TG; twice per wk, 12 wk) or a control group (CG). Stair ascent wa...
  19. The effect of guided relaxation and exercise imagery on self-reported leisure-time exercise behaviors in older adults.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(2):137 (2011) PMID 21558568

    The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a 6-wk intervention that used guided relaxation and exercise imagery (GREI) to increase self-reported leisure-time exercise behavior among older adults. A total of 93 community-dwelling healthy older adults (age 70.38 ± 8.15 yr, 66 female) ...
  20. Changes in executive function after acute bouts of passive cycling in Parkinson's disease.

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 19(2):87 (2011) PMID 21558565

    Individuals with Parkinson's disease (PD) often experience cognitive declines. Although pharmacologic therapies are helpful in treating motor deficits in PD, they do not appear to be effective for cognitive complications. Acute bouts of moderate aerobic exercise have been shown to improve cognit...