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Thesis Statement-Outline (Positive effects of strength training with the elderly community)
Formulate a thesis statement and an outline for your paper. For information on creating a thesis statement, see Effective Writing Center pages with links to writing an essay.
Create a paper outline using the following format:
Research Paper Title (Positive effects of strength training with the elderly community)
I. Introduction: Grab attention, relate importance to health and aging, and present a focused thesis statement. For more information, see: Prewriting and Outline
II. Body: Main points and articles your will use to support your point.
1.A. Main point 1 (reference 1: author’s name, year; reference 2: author’s name, year;.)
2.B. Main point 2 (reference 1: author’s name, year; reference 2: author’s name, year;.)
3.C. Main point 3 (reference 1: author’s name, year; reference 2: author’s name, year;.)
III. Conclusion: Wrap up your paper with a brief summary of your main points. For more information, see:
References 2.0 (Revised)
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Lewis, M. I., Fournier, M., Wang, H., Storer, T. W., Casaburi, R., & Kopple, J. D. (2015). Effect of endurance and/or strength training on muscle fiber size, oxidative capacity, and capillarity in hemodialysis patients. Journal of Applied Physiology, 119(8), 865-871. Retrieved January 27, 2017, from http://jap.physiology.org/content/119/8/865
Qamar, M. M. (2014). STRENGTH TRAINING RESTORES MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGES OCCUR DURING AGING. MS Exercise Physiology and Sports Medicine Orebro University, 20(1), 79-82. Retrieved January 18, 2017, retrieved from http://medicalchannel.pk/?p=535
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