Senior Day at Hunterdon Healthcare- Excited to be the Guest Speaker and present my brain fitness program for Seniors!
Dear followers I hope you can join me for a phenomenal talk about my program Super Body, Super Brain in one of the most respected medical Centers in USA, HUNTERDON HEALTHCARE. I will be discussing the brain and movement, neuroplasticity, exercise and memory, the importance of hand eye coordination and I will provide a sample of my physical workout to all of the attendees. I hope you can join me. Click here for more information. I will like to thank the wonderful organization called Schedule speakers.org for making this event possible. I am absolutely looking forward to this event!
The Hunterdon Center for Healthy Aging at Hunterdon Medical Center and Hunterdon County Division of Senior Services will host Senior Day on Wednesday, May 9th from 9:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Beaver Brook Country Club in Clinton.
The special guest speaker is Michael Gonzalez-Wallace, author of “Super Body-Super Brain.” Michael Gonzalez-Wallace is a performance trainer who has developed an exercise program that combines balance, coordination, and strength training with a super-quick circuit of multi-tasking movements that challenge and improve both your muscles and your brain in just 10 minutes a day. Paula Hazard, RD, Nutritionist, Center for Nutrition and Diabetes Management will speak on eating right for a healthier lifestyle. In addition, guests will be entertained by Joe Cardone who will talk about humor for health.
Attendees will enjoy a continental breakfast and buffet lunch. The fee for the event is $12.00 and registration is required by May 6th. Checks can be made payable to “Hunterdon Center for Healthy Aging” and mailed to HMC Healthy Aging Dept., 2100 Wescott Drive, Flemington, NJ 08822. To register call 908-788-6373.
Exercise for Seniors and Tips to prevent cognitive decline. My Upcoming Book tour in Cape Coral, Florida
People over age 80 represent the fastest-growing population in the world. By the year 2040, it is projected that 3.5% of the U.S. population will be 85 or older, compared to less than 2% today.
5 Tips to Prevent Cognitive Decline
Cognitive abilities such as attention, memory, auditory processes, motor coordination or executive functions like planning or multitasking deteriorate over the time unless used regularly
1.- Keep your Mind motivated and your brain active in any field that makes you constantly learn: reading, problem solving, brain fitness exercises, learning a language, playing an instrument or a memory game.
2.- Work your brain with movement. You can train your brain with movement in several ways:
a.- From left to right b.- From Front to back c.- From your sixth sense (proprioception) d.-From constant learning of new movements e.- Movement mastery f.- Practice cardiovascular activity daily. My Book specializes in delivering the best of a brain and body workout
3.- Eating can influence your brain in a powerful way. Foods with high antioxidants, low fats, low sugars (apples, yogurt, berries salmon, walnuts, strawberries)
4.- keep yourself socially active and make sure you are surrounded by great friends: you can join a book club, walking club or a gym. Staying socially active is really important.
5.- Practice daily meditation to make sure you achieve a powerful , calmer Mind and a more focused brain
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