Research & Background

Concept 10 10 Background

The Myth of Aerobic Training

High-Intensity Resistance Training Improves Glycemic Control in Older Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

High-intensity strength training shows benefit for Parkinson’s patients

The Effect of Lumbar Extension Training With and Without Pelvic Stabilization on Lumbar Strength and Low Back Pain. March 2012

Research on Advanced Strength Training   Vert Mooney; Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, Volume 5, Number 3, 1995
The Effect of Workplace Based Strengthening on Loack Injury Rates: A Case Study in the Strip Mining Industry   Sherry V. Risch; Spine, Volume 18, Number 2, February 1993

Lumbar Strengthening in Chronic Low Back Pain Patients   James E. Graves; Arch Phys Med Rehabil, Volume 75, February 1994

Pelvic Stabilization During Resistance Training : Its Effect on the Development of Lumbar Extension Strength   Bryon Holmes; Journal of Spinal Disorders, Volume 9, Number 1,1996

Comparison of Female Geriatric Lumbar-Extension Strength: Asymptomatic Versus Chronic Low Back Pain Patients and Their Response to Active Rehabilitation   Brian W. Nelson; Orthopedics, October 1995, Vol. 18, No. 10

The Clinical Effects of Intensive Specific Exercise on Chronic Low Back Pain: A Controlled Study of 895 Consecutive Patients with 1-Year Follow Up   Jacqueline T. Tucci; Spine, Volume 17, Number 12, December 1992

Effect of Reduced Frequency of Training and Detraining on Lumbar Extension Strength   Michael L. Pollock; The American Journal of Sports Medicine, Volume 17, Number 5 1989

Effect of Resistance Training on Lumbar Extension Strength   James E. Graves; Spine, Volume 15, Number 6, June 1990

Effect of Training Frequency and Specificity on Isometric Lumbar Extension Strength   Maria A. Fiatarone; Jama, June 13, 1990, Volume 263, No. 22

High-Intensity Strength Training in Nonagenarians   James E. Graves; Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise,1992

Limited Range-of-Motion Lumbar Extension Strength Training   James E. Graves, Michael L. Pollock, Scott H. Leggett, David M. Carpenter, Cecily K. Fix, and Michael N. Fulton


The Effect of Weigth-Bearing Exercise on Bone Mineral Density: A Study on Female Ex-Athletics and the General Population

Living Longer Stronger

High Intensity Strength Training in Nonagenarians

Comparison of Female Geriatric Lumbar-Extension Strength: Asymptotic Versus Chronic Low Back Pain Patients and Their Response to Active Rehabilitation

Overview: Perspective and Importance in the Future of Strength Training in the Field of Rehabilitation