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“60 is the new 30” - Senior Fitness

I am 64 – an age considered “old” by many – but I recently “resurrected my strength” - I became stronger than I’ve ever been in my life. I want to share with other seniors how you can attain the youthful power that I reclaimed.

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Hank's Senior Fitness Training website "Stay Strong Live Long" is HERE

Adult Cognition - finally you're grown up... and your brain starts to decline?

Exercise in Adults - A 2007 University of Maryland study shows that exercise benefits the frontal lobe (a brain region that mediates executive function) plus it delays age-related cognition decline. Another study conducted in 2006 by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne concluded that, “Physical activity may be beneficial to both general and selective aspects of cognition, particularly among older adults.” A third study by University College London (2003) reported that physical exercise in midlife “was associated with significantly slower rate of decline in memory.”

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