Programa de Intervención Multidominio Healthy-Age. Recomendaciones para un envejecimiento saludable: por la red Healthy-Age (Multidomain Healthy-Age Programme. Recomendations for Healthy Ageing: On Behalf of the Healthy-Age Network)

Autores/as

  • Pablo Jorge Marcos-Pardo
  • Noelia González-Gálvez
  • Raquel Vaquero-Cristóbal
  • Lucía Sagarra-Romero
  • Abraham López-Vivancos
  • Daniel Velázquez-Díaz
  • Gemma María Gea García
  • Jesús Gustavo Ponce-González
  • Irene Esteban-Cornejo
  • David Jiménez-Pavón
  • Ana Carbonell-Baeza

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.12800/ccd.v16i48.1743

Palabras clave:

Multicomponente, ejercicio, actividad física, mayores, salud, calidad de vida (Multi-component, exercise, physical activity, older adults, health, quality of life)

Resumen

El envejecimiento es un proceso natural asociado a un declive que repercute en un mayor riesgo de padecer discapacidad física y cognitiva, y/o afección emocional y social. En consecuencia, diversos estudios muestran los múltiples beneficios de los programas de entrenamiento multicomponente. Además, las directrices actuales amplían este enfoque hacia los programas multidominio. Por ello, el objetivo de este trabajo es presentar el programa de intervención multidominio Healthy-Age que sigue las recomendaciones de las principales instituciones y literatura científica e incluye los principales dominios (físico, social, cognitivo y motivacional) en las personas mayores. Su finalidad es la de prevenir, mantener o mejorar la salud integral (física, psíquica, emocional y social) y educarles para un envejecimiento saludable. Además de incluir unas recomendaciones generales de actividad física, se muestran recomendaciones para el entrenamiento de la resistencia aeróbica, el equilibrio, la coordinación, la fuerza y resistencia muscular, la flexibilidad y el entrenamiento cognitivo; y se presentan dos modalidades; un plan de 5 días supervisado y un plan de 3 días supervisado más 2 días autónomo.

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Ageing is a natural process associated with a decline that results in an increased risk of physical and cognitive disability and/or emotional and sentimental impairment. Consequently, several studies show the multiple benefits of multi-component training programmes. The current guidelines extend this approach to multi-domain programmes. For this reason, the objective of this paper is to present the Healthy-Age multi-domain intervention programme that follows the recommendations of the main institutions and scientific literature and includes the main domains (physical, social, cognitive and motivational) in older people. Its purpose is to prevent, maintain or improve the overall health (physical, psychological, emotional and social level) for a healthy ageing. In addition to including general recommendations of physical activity, recommendations are shown for aerobic resistance, balance, coordination, muscular strength and resistance, flexibility and cognitive training; and two modalities are presented; a 5-day supervised plan and a 3-day supervised plan plus 2 autonomous days.

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2021-05-31

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Marcos-Pardo, P. J., González-Gálvez, N., Vaquero-Cristóbal, R., Sagarra-Romero, L., López-Vivancos, A., Velázquez-Díaz, D., … Carbonell-Baeza, A. (2021). Programa de Intervención Multidominio Healthy-Age. Recomendaciones para un envejecimiento saludable: por la red Healthy-Age (Multidomain Healthy-Age Programme. Recomendations for Healthy Ageing: On Behalf of the Healthy-Age Network). Cultura, Ciencia Y Deporte, 16(48), 311–320. https://doi.org/10.12800/ccd.v16i48.1743

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