Today’s Senior

Today’s Senior

More Exercise = More Brainpower Dr. Steven Weiniger says that regular posture exercise not only improves memory, but it also helps to combat illness such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinsons and dementia that interfere with brain function.  Walking and strong posture...
Walking & Health

Walking & Health

Walk to move, feel and be well Walking for 30 minutes, five or more days a week, either moderately or briskly, improves cardio respiratory fitness.  Framingham Heart Study per AP You have to keep moving as you age, to keep moving well as you age. Dr. Steven Weiniger,...
Walking & Health

Walking for Health

I’ll wait here while you march in place. Marching in place does double work when it comes to exercising. First, there are cardio-vascular benefits to the physical movement. Second, marching in place, especially when lifting your knees to level with your waist,...
Exercise – Good for Your Brain

Exercise – Good for Your Brain

Sharp as a tack? Exercise is good for your brain. Study of people 65+ showed those exercising regularly had a 30% – 40% lower risk of dementia. Annals of Internal Medicine Study tracking 3375 people 65+ showed those doing the widest variety of activities proved...
Walking Instructions

Walking Instructions

Walking Instructions: Put one foot in front of the other. Repeat. Above all, do not lose your desire to walk. Every day I walk myself into a state of well-being and walk away from illness. Soren Kierkegaard Walking: the most ancient exercise and still the best modern...

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