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Head of the project: Prof. Dr. Urs Granacher, Division of Training and Movement Sciences, University Potsdam
What are the effects of fall prevention program developed by experts comprising of strength as well as static and dynamic balance training on balance performance (steady-state, proactive, reactive), strength (hand force, lower limb strength), body composition, cognitive performance, psycho-social wellbeing and self-reported anxiety to fall?
What are the effects of the same fall prevention program realized at home and without supervision, but the same training contents and schedules on the performance in older adults?
What are the detraining effects?
What correlations can be found between clinical and instrumented tests to measure strength and balance performance?