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Academic Article Below-knee amputee running gait.
Academic Article Training-related enhancement in the control of motor output in elderly humans.
Academic Article Reduced control of motor output in a human hand muscle of elderly subjects during submaximal contractions.
Academic Article Morphological features and activation patterns of motor units.
Academic Article Older adults can maximally activate the biceps brachii muscle by voluntary command.
Academic Article Behavior of motor units in human biceps brachii during a submaximal fatiguing contraction.
Academic Article Motor unit behavior in Parkinson's disease.
Academic Article Task- and age-dependent variations in steadiness.
Academic Article Strength training improves the steadiness of slow lengthening contractions performed by old adults.
Academic Article Older adults use a unique strategy to lift inertial loads with the elbow flexor muscles.
Academic Article Motor-unit synchronization is not responsible for larger motor-unit forces in old adults.
Academic Article Fluctuations in acceleration during voluntary contractions lead to greater impairment of movement accuracy in old adults.
Academic Article Motor-unit coherence during isometric contractions is greater in a hand muscle of older adults.
Academic Article The 1- to 2-Hz oscillations in muscle force are exacerbated by stress, especially in older adults.
Academic Article Muscle endurance is greater for old men compared with strength-matched young men.
Academic Article Variability of motor unit discharge and force fluctuations across a range of muscle forces in older adults.
Academic Article Rate coding is compressed but variability is unaltered for motor units in a hand muscle of old adults.
Academic Article Different neural adjustments improve endpoint accuracy with practice in young and old adults.
Academic Article Reflex responsiveness of a human hand muscle when controlling isometric force and joint position.
Academic Article Practice and endpoint accuracy with the left and right hands of old adults: the right-hemisphere aging model.
Academic Article Presynaptic modulation of Ia afferents in young and old adults when performing force and position control.
Academic Article Changes in muscle fascicles of tibialis anterior during anisometric contractions are not associated with motor-output variability of the ankle dorsiflexors in young and old adults.
Academic Article Aging and movement errors when lifting and lowering light loads.
Academic Article Discharge characteristics of biceps brachii motor units at recruitment when older adults sustained an isometric contraction.
Academic Article Practicing a functional task improves steadiness with hand muscles in older adults.
Academic Article Long-range correlations in motor unit discharge times at low forces are modulated by visual gain and age.
Academic Article PET/CT imaging of age- and task-associated differences in muscle activity during fatiguing contractions.
Academic Article Mechanisms that contribute to differences in motor performance between young and old adults.
Academic Article Changes in movement capabilities with aging.
Academic Article Strength training reduces force fluctuations during anisometric contractions of the quadriceps femoris muscles in old adults.
Academic Article The influence of age on the assessment of motor unit activation in a human hand muscle.
Academic Article Time to task failure differs with load type when old adults perform a submaximal fatiguing contraction.
Academic Article Mechanisms underlying the training effects associated with neuromuscular electrical stimulation.
Academic Article Diminished task-related adjustments of common inputs to hand muscle motor neurons in older adults.
Academic Article Steadiness training with light loads in the knee extensors of elderly adults.
Academic Article Gender differences in the fatigability of human skeletal muscle.
Academic Article Steadiness is reduced and motor unit discharge is more variable in old adults.
Academic Article Strength training can improve steadiness in persons with essential tremor.
Academic Article Coactivation of the antagonist muscle does not covary with steadiness in old adults.
Academic Article Nonuniform activation of the agonist muscle does not covary with index finger acceleration in old adults.
Academic Article Influence of aging on sex differences in muscle fatigability.
Academic Article Fluctuations in motor output during steady contractions are weakly related across contraction types and between hands.
Academic Article Recruitment and derecruitment characteristics of motor units in a hand muscle of young and old adults.
Academic Article Endpoint accuracy for a small and a large hand muscle in young and old adults during rapid, goal-directed isometric contractions.
Academic Article Associations among strength, steadiness, and hand function across the adult life span.
Academic Article Task and fatigue effects on low-threshold motor units in human hand muscle.
Academic Article Motor unit activity when young and old adults perform steady contractions while supporting an inertial load.
Concept Aged, 80 and over
Concept Aged
Concept Middle Aged
Academic Article A unique form of light-load training improves steadiness and performance on some functional tasks in older adults.
Academic Article Fatigability of the dorsiflexors and associations among multiple domains of motor function in young and old adults.
Academic Article Motor function is associated with 1,25(OH)(2)D and indices of insulin-glucose dynamics in non-diabetic older adults.
Academic Article Discharge characteristics of motor units during long-duration contractions.
Academic Article Tirasemtiv amplifies skeletal muscle response to nerve activation in humans.
Academic Article Force steadiness during a co-contraction task can be improved with practice, but only by young adults and not by middle-aged or old adults.
Academic Article Fatigue-induced adjustment in antagonist coactivation by old adults during a steadiness task.
Grant Arousal and Motor Performance in Older Adults
Grant STRENGTH TRAINING OF THE ELDERLY WITH LIGHT LOADS
Academic Article A framework for identifying the adaptations responsible for differences in pegboard times between middle-aged and older adults.
Academic Article Peg-manipulation capabilities during a test of manual dexterity differ for persons with multiple sclerosis and healthy individuals.
Academic Article Motor unit discharge characteristics and walking performance of individuals with multiple sclerosis.
Academic Article Pulse Width Does Not Influence the Gains Achieved With Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation in People With Multiple Sclerosis: Double-Blind, Randomized Trial.
Academic Article Neuromuscular electrical stimulation can improve mobility in older adults but the time course varies across tasks: Double-blind, randomized trial.
Academic Article Peg-manipulation capabilities of middle-aged adults have a greater influence on pegboard times than those of young and old adults.
Academic Article Variability in common synaptic input to motor neurons modulates both force steadiness and pegboard time in young and older adults.
Academic Article Decrease in force steadiness with aging is associated with increased power of the common but not independent input to motor neurons.
Academic Article Motor unit activity, force steadiness, and perceived fatigability are correlated with mobility in older adults.
Academic Article Individuals with sacroiliac joint dysfunction display asymmetrical gait and a depressed synergy between muscles providing sacroiliac joint force closure when walking.
Academic Article The modulation of force steadiness by electrical nerve stimulation applied to the wrist extensors differs for young and older adults.
Academic Article Poor estimates of motor variability are associated with longer grooved pegboard times for middle-aged and older adults.
Academic Article Self-massage prior to stretching improves flexibility in young and middle-aged adults.
Academic Article Sensory nerve stimulation causes an immediate improvement in motor function of persons with multiple sclerosis: A pilot study.
Academic Article Differences in postural sway among healthy adults are associated with the ability to perform steady contractions with leg muscles.
Academic Article Force control during submaximal isometric contractions is associated with walking performance in persons with multiple sclerosis.
Academic Article Distinguishing between Fatigue and Fatigability in Multiple Sclerosis.
Academic Article Bursting TENS increases walking endurance more than continuous TENS in middle-aged adults.
Academic Article Tempo-controlled resistance training of the hip abductors and ankle dorsiflexors with light loads does not improve postural sway in older adults.
Academic Article Practice-Induced Changes in Manual Dexterity of Older Adults Depend on Initial Pegboard Time.
Academic Article Influence of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation on walking kinematics and standing balance of older adults who differ in walking speed.
Academic Article Influence of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation on the distance walked by older adults during the 6-min test of walking endurance.

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