1. Aging and Muscle - It is well known that aging is associated with impairment of various biological functions, such as a decrease in muscle mass, strength, cellular protein synthesis, bone mineral density and hormonal secretion, or increase in adipose tissue. The deterioration of skeletal muscle function is one of the primary consequences of aging. Muscular strength or power in human is usually dependent on the growth process or aging. It is generally known that the peak of muscular strength is generally achieved between the ages of 20 and 30 years in both men and women, thereafter gradually decreases and begins to accelerate a decline after the ages of 60 to 65.
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