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Purpose] We quantitatively assessed the sitting up ability of community-dwelling elderly persons and investigated its relationships with upper and lower limb strength and trunk function. [Subjects] The subjects were 7 men and 12 women (average age, 76.3 8.3) attending a day-care rehabilitation facility. [Method] We measured grip strength (upper limb function), quadriceps femoris strength (lower limb function), sitting balance (trunk function) and walking speed and analyzed their correlationsdoi:10.1589/rika.25.271 fatcat:23kwdxhomffubjkm3iqhqwayey