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by pauleugene on Mar 31st 2017

You Are Never Too Old To Dance & Exercise I have been officially a senior by AARP at age 50, I am now 61 and still love to dance, exercise and have fun. I refuse to let a old person into my body.  It is important for us seniors to keep are lives active through exercise for the body, reading for the brain, inspirational reading...

by pauleugene on Sep 9th 2016

The Link Between Nutrition and Brain Function Do remember how your mother told you to eat your fruits and vegetables when you were young? It turns out her intuition was right on the money if you want to improve brain health. There is a definite connection between proper nutrition and healthy brain functioning. But what is that relationship,...

by pauleugene on Aug 3rd 2016

It’s that time of the year where many people go to the beach to relax, play in the sand and ocean. Some even exercise on the beach playing volley ball. but I bet you never thought you could go the beach sit and get fit? International fitness instructor Paul Eugene has use his imagination to bring that to life. It is a seated...

by pauleugene on Apr 5th 2016

6 Ways Seniors Can Boost Energy As we age, our bodies change. We find that we cannot do what we used to do, and we can start to feel like our life experiences are catching up with us, having a negative effect on our physical and mental condition along with our energy levels. Whether from injury or illness, or just the fact that we...

by pauleugene on Apr 14th 2015

Best Mental Exercises for Baby Boomers and Seniors As we get older, we lose muscle and our bones begin to thin. Not only this, but our brain’s cognitive function starts to wane, with the result being that we’re not quite as mentally sharp as we once were. As powerful as our brain is, it’s still susceptible to the aging process,...

by pauleugene on Apr 14th 2015

4 Age Related Health Conditions That May Be Prevented With Exercise The 4 age related conditions we’re going to shed light on are arthritis, cancer, heart disease, and mental health conditions, all of which will only benefit from a diverse routine exercise program with cardiovascular exercise, strength training, and stretching. Arthritis This...