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Muscle Recruitment in Cycling with Older Adults

Course #: 03-610

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CE Credit Hours: 1.00 Continuing Education Credit Hours

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Course Description

CEU Course Description

Aging is associated with sarcopenia, a process of decline in muscle mass, strength, and power.  The goal of this CEU course is to investigate the alterations in lower-extremity muscle activations during semi-reclined cycling at two workloads with a constant cadence, in young and older healthy adults.

 

CEU Course Objectives

  1. Investigate what the age-related changes in skeletal muscles are accompanied by.
  2. Scrutinize which group had a larger increase in EMGc, implying a longer duration of simultaneous activity in the lower leg muscles.
  3. Identify the most active muscles of the lower limb during cycling.

 

CEU Course Syllabus

  Aging and Overview   0.33 Contact Hours  
  Cycling Kinematics   0.17 Contact Hours
  Experimental Performance   0.33 Contact Hours
  Muscle Recruitment Outcomes     0.17 Contact Hours

Total = 1 Contact Hour

Instructional level:  Basic

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