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Exercise seems to attenuate the postural control system and anticipatory postural adjustments (APAs) decline, but no conclusive findings are available. This study analyses, in elderly people, the exercise effect in APAs during the raising of a load with both arms in the sagittal plane. Twenty eight males over the age of 60 (65,8 ± 4,07 yr old)-9 veterans in exercising, 9 who exercise recently, and 10 sedentary-were asked to raise a load with both arms simultaneously to shoulder level, indoi:10.1123/mcj.14.3.371 pmid:20702897 fatcat:siewyiclwbgqbjbmr62xcug2hu