Pilates training on physical fitness and wellbeing in the elderly

Source: Preventive Medicine, 2015, Vol 75 p. 1-11

Follow this link for the abstract

Date of publication: June 2015

Publication type: Journal article

In a nutshell: This systematic review aims to summarize the effects of Pilates exercise training (PET) in an elderly population on physical fitness, balance and fall prevention, and its effects on mood states, quality of life and independence in the daily living activities. PET should be taken into account as a way to improve quality of life in the elderly, due to the imparted benefits of fall prevention, physical fitness, and mood states.

Length of publication: 11 pages

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