That’s what we are trying to find out in our large study Generation 100. During the next year about 1,200 seniors will come to our labs for extensive tests for the third time. Some of them exercise regularly with moderate intensity, other with high intensity and others are encouraged to follow the health authorities’ guidelines for physical activity. The study is the largest in the world of its kind, and will give us valuable information about the importance of physical activity in old age.
Read more about Generation 100 and research related to physical activity and aging on our blog here!
Today we started with the tests which will run four days a week throughout the next year, and on Monday we tested the logistics, and here are some pictures from that day: