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Seniors Health and Fitness

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As time waits for no one, you will get older and your fitness goals will change. As you age you may find that you must adjust your fitness goals, life style and eating habits. Our events will help you make new health and wellness connections, have fun and improve your health through programs that are offered through our events.

This event combines exercise routines and dance as a  solution to start enjoying exercise.  Adding dance to your fitness classes will help to lose weight, improve flexibility, and strengthen your body while having fun exploring different exercise styles.

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Does a lack of exercise increase the risk of Alzheimer's and Dementia?

A lack of physical exercise is one of the main factors where the evidence is strong enough to show that it increases a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer's or Dementia.

Studies looking at the effect of exercise in middle-aged or older adults have reported improvements in thinking and memory, and reduced rates of Alzheimer's or Dementia.

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If you’re an older adult looking to establish an exercise routine, you should, ideally, be able to incorporate 150 minutes of moderate endurance activity into your week. This can include walking, swimming, cycling, and a little bit of time every day to improve strength, flexibility, and balance.

The Centers for Disease Control and PreventionTrusted Source suggest this amount of time for generally fit Americans aged 65 and older. Even though this sounds like a lot, the good news is that you can break it down into 10- or 15-minute chunks of exercise two or more times a day.

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Our Wellness Partner
"CenterWell"
CenterWell is an accredited, award-winning services offer seniors, families, and providers the ability to tailor care as life changes. A subsidiary of Humana, CenterWell’s growth mirrors a solid commitment to redesign senior care. With a footprint across 40 states, CenterWell is now one of the largest providers of health care in the country.

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"Dance Fitness"
Senior Step Dance Instructions Will Be Provided By The Worlds Famous 

Class Act Steppers

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What is Dance Fitness? 

So, what is dance fitness? While you might assume it’s as simple as spinning and jumping around, there’s an art to dance fitness that makes it a popular activity for many fitness lovers.

Dance fitness doesn’t focus on choreography or precise dance routines as you would anticipate from professional dancing–instead, dance fitness is a workout routine that incorporates dance led by an instructor to get a full-body exercise. 

Dance fitness encompasses several exercises and activities while incorporating various dance styles to appeal to people of all ages and skill levels. These dance workouts are perfect for those who want to incorporate fun into their workout routines with like-minded people. 

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