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Fig. 4 | BMC Geriatrics

Fig. 4

From: Lower-extremity resistance training on unstable surfaces improves proxies of muscle strength, power and balance in healthy older adults: a randomised control trial

Fig. 4

Training-related performance changes in the chair rise (stable) test from pre to post testing. Note: Error bars indicate the standard deviation of the mean training load; * indicates a significant difference (p ≤ .05), ** indicates a highly significant difference (p ≤ .001); Cohen’s d values ≤ .49 indicate small, .50 ≤ d ≤ .79 medium and ≥ .80 large effects; M-SRT = machine based stable resistance training; M-URT = machine based unstable resistance training; F-URT = machine based unstable resistance training

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