From the Archives: A Pilot Study of Strength Training in the Memory-Impaired Elderly

by Inna Koppel, SSC | December 15, 2018

It was my responsibility to teach participants – both those who had no cognitive impairment and those with memory problems and dementia – how to strength train in the structured environment of an assisted living facility.  

For as much as they were my students, I was theirs. In my time with the study I learned a few things about training the frail, cognitively impaired elderly, and many things about the ravages of Alzheimer’s disease that went far beyond barbells.

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