Aerobic or Resistance Exercise in Dieting Obese Older Adults

• Be concise and eliminate unnecessary information.
• Use headings and subheadings to organize your report. See below:
– Introduction/Background:
o Summarizes the background information
o Summarize the specific aim(s) (purpose) of the research article and state the
question trying to be answered (hypothesis) by the study.
– Methods/Methodology:
o Describe the participants (subjects) who were studies. For animal studies,
state if it was a rat, mouse, dog, etc.
o How were participants included/excluded from the study?
o How many groups of participants where there?
o What did each participant have to do for the study? How many sessions?
What tests/conditioning did they undergo? How long did the study take?
What measures were taken (e.g., blood pressure, blood, urine, strength, VO2,
etc.) from each participant?
o Etc.
– Results:
o Summarize the major results of the study and refer to key numbers.
o Do not provide opinion in this section. Just state the facts.
– Discussion:
o What are the researchers attributing their results to? What do they think
could have or did influence their findings? What was the authors conclusion
(bottom line)?
• Provide a brief critique the study:
o Do you think that there are major flaws associated? If so, why?
o Is this study well organized, is there anything you would do differently?
o Are the results appropriate for the aims/ purpose of the study?
o Do you agree with the conclusions of the study? Are they clinically relevant
(meaning that they can immediately use these results to help athletes, patients,
o What are some limits of the study? How could this study be improved?
o What questions remain unanswered in your mind

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