Buy this Article for $10.95

Have a coupon or promotional code? Enter it here:

When you buy this you'll get access to the ePub version, a downloadable PDF, and the ability to print the full article.


  1. Talwar, Jaya MPT
  2. Zia, Nayeem U MPT
  3. Maurya, Mona MPT
  4. Singh, Harpreet MPT


Objectives: The objective of this study was to check the efficacy of agility training under single- versus dual-task conditions with different task priorities.


Subjects and Methods: Sixty older adults were assigned to 3 intervention groups that received agility training with fixed priority instructions and variable priority instructions.


Results and Conclusions: Agility training resulted in improved balance impaired older adults. Dual-task groups showed better training benefits, but no significant differences were observed between the fixed and variable groups.