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Have you heard of sarcopenia?

Are you over 50? Is it important for you to prevent muscle loss related to age? Well, then you might be interested in the study conducted by Prof. Dr. Alfredo Córdova Martínez and Prof. Enrique Roche from the University of Elche in cooperation with Club Fit in Jávea. This project researches about the effects of physical exercise and supplementation on the development of sarcopenia. Sarcopenia is the loss of muscle mass and strength caused by aging. If you are interested in reducing your risk of sarcopenia and are willing to exercise regularly and follow some recommendations on healthy eating, we invite you to participate in this study.
The participants need to undergo the following assessments:
– Evaluation of body proportions and body composition
– Evaluation of nutritional habits
– Evaluation of physical capacity
– Blood tests

 

About Dr. Alfredo Córdova Martínez:
– University Professor
– Doctor of Medicine and Surgery
– Professor at the Faculty of Physiotherapy of the University of Valladolid
– Specialist in Medicine of Physical Activity and Sport
– Specialist in Nutrition by the University of Nancy (France)

– Author of 20 books on Physiology and Sports Medicine
– Author and / or co-author of some 270 publications in magazines and scientific books on Physiology and Sports Medicine

Activity as a Sports Medicine Physician
– Physician of the Spanish Judo Federation for 10 years
– Physician of the Spanish Volleyball Federation for 3 years
– Physician of professional cycling teams for 20 years. Among them: MxOnda, Estepona, Kelme, Once and Liberty Seguros Team

 

About Enrique Roche Collado:
Professor of Nutrition and Bromatology
Institute of Bioengineering, Miguel Hernández University
Doctor in Biology from the University of Valencia
– 129 Scientific publications in journals with an impact index
– 40 reviews with express invitation from the editor
– 20 edited books
– 18 competitive projects as principal investigator
– 21 projects as an associate researcher

 

To learn more about the study and to complete an initial questionnaire, please call Club Fit at 865 664 888/602 211 051 or by email at info@club-fit.eu