Exercise during growth and young adulthood is independently associated with cortical bone size and strength in old swedish men
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research,
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Nilsson M, et al. – The primary aim of this study was to investigate if exercise during growth was independently associated with greater cortical bone size and whole bone strength in weight–bearing bone in old men. The findings indicate that exercise during growth can increase the cortical bone size via periosteal expansion while exercise at old age may decrease endosteal bone loss in weight–bearing bone in old men.
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