There were 87 women, 60 years and older, assigned to water-based exercise, land-based resistance training or a control group.
The S.W.E.A.T.™ system (speed and surface area; working positions; enlarge range of motion; work around the body/joints, travel) is familiar to readers of the Journal on Active Aging because of the numerous articles written by the developer and ICAA Advisory Board member Mary Sanders.
In Australia, the Watermemories Swimming Club was formed to provide a safe and fun exercise program for people with dementia.
A group of 42 postmenopausal women with low bone mineral density, average age 66.8 years, exercised in an aquatic aerobics class twice a week for eight months.
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