Morning Exercise Kick-Starts Seniors’ Brains

 

Day 25 Cross Training for seniors and the elderly, exercises for seniors, leg strength

Video taken from the channel: Eldergym Fitness for Seniors


 

Standing Exercises for Older Adults

Video taken from the channel: Dartmouth-Hitchcock


 

Best 5 Minute Seated Exercises for Seniors, Improves Circulation

Video taken from the channel: Bob & Brad


 

Brain Gym and morning exercises

Video taken from the channel: Little People’s Montessori Preschool


 

10 Morning Habits Geniuses Use To Jump Start Their Brain | Jim Kwik

Video taken from the channel: Mindvalley


 

Brain Games for Seniors: Keep Your Brain Buzzing, While Having a Little Extra Fun 😉

Video taken from the channel: Sixty and Me


 

1 Mile Happy Walk [Walk at Home 1 Mile]

Video taken from the channel: Walk at Home by Leslie Sansone


THURSDAY, May 2, 2019 (HealthDay News) Want a quick brain boost? A morning session of exercise and short walks throughout the day provide a number of brain benefits for older adults, a new study says. The findings show. Morning exercise kick-starts seniors’ brains Adding relatively simple changes to their daily routine, like walking, could have significant benefits for seniors’ cognitive health. Morning Exercise Kick-Starts Seniors’ Brains THURSDAY, May 2, 2019 Want a quick brain boost?

A morning session of exercise and short walks throughout the day provide a number of brain benefits for older adults, a new study says. The. Want a quick brain boost?

A morning session of exercise and short walks throughout the day provide a number of brain benefits for older adults, a new study says. The findings show that people should avoid uninterrupted sitting. A morning session of exercise and short walks throughout the day provide a number of brain benefits for older adults, a new study says. Things to Do in the Morning That Ease Stress The findings show that people should avoid uninterrupted sitting to maintain good mental function throughout the day.

A morning session of exercise and short walks throughout the day provide a number of brain benefits for older adults, a new study says. The findings show that people should avoid uninterrupted sitting to maintain good mental function throughout the day. The study also indicates that moderate-intensity exercise such as brisk walking should be encouraged to maintain brain health. Want a quick brain boost? A morning session of exercise and short walks throughout the day provide a number of brain benefits for older adults, a new study says.

The findings show that people. THURSDAY, May 2, 2019 (HealthDay News) Want a quick brain boost? A morning session of exercise and short walks throughout the day provide a number of brain benefits for older adults, a new study says. The findings show that people should avoid uninterrupted sitting to maintain good mental function throughout the day. The brain is involved in everything we do and, like any other part of the body, it needs to be cared for too.

Exercising the brain to improve memory, focus, or daily functionality is a top. Choose suitable dumbbells or another household object that you can easily hold. Sit down with the dumbbell in your hand.

You need to sit forward a bit so that your triceps can lean on your thigh to give you support. Then bring the.

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Half an hour of early-morning breathing and exercise not only prevents such self-inflicted damage to heart and brain, it also stimulates gastric secretions in preparation for breakfast and kicks peristalsis into gear for morning bowel movements.

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So it is no surprise that the best brain function and learning take place during the first hour after exercising!

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  • thank u lesslie. i just started today and after doing 15 minutes of doing 1 mile happy walk i was sweating. U ARE MY HERO LESSLIE.

  • I started walking with Leslie about 1 month ago & I can see a difference…slight though it may be but a difference. The “Quarantine 15” caused me to need to exercise again and I must say it is enjoyable & doable. I do 3-15 min mile walks each night & it is something I can easily work into my evening. Thank you Leslie.

  • hi everyone,if anyone else trying to find out chair exercises for the elderly  try Barkola Senior Fitness Blueprint (should be on google have a look )? I’ve heard some great things about it and my m8 got great success with it.

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  • Hi leslie how r you dear my weight is 90 kg height 5.2 inches and my age is 57. Iwant to loos my weight plzz help me what diet plan I use ��

  • My weight now is 146.5. I’m a college student and I just don’t like the way I look at myself in the mirror or in pictures. I’ll update when I see results.������

  • I was not able to find a place due to some shifting in my room. At once I thought just skip it…. fuck it I’m gonna do it whether in my room or store room doesn’t matter and here I’m after finishing the 15 min walk it indeed feels good ��

  • 1. Remember your dreams
    2. Make your Bed a. Clean environment helps. b. This is good for your brain because you want to start your day with success and the pattern continues throughout the day
    3. Drink lots of water Your brain is 80 percent water and your brain becomes dehydrated overnight.
    4. Brush your teeth in the morning Brush your teeth with your opposite hand or even EAT with the opposite hand and by doing this you create more neural connections in your brain.
    5. Deep breathing exercises Consume oxygen for your brain
    6. Brain tea
    7. Journaling Plan out your day and write things that you are grateful. Your brain thrives for things you are grateful for. Also, if you can’t appreciate the things you have at the moment how can you earn new things?
    8. Hit workout Whatever is good for your heart is good for your brain because whenever the heart beats the blood is pumped into your brain.
    9. Brain power smoothie Blueberries, Avocado,
    10. Daily reading Average person reads 1-2 books a YEAR and a CEO reads about 4-6 books a MONTH.

  • I’M 79 YRS. OLD AND FIND THESE EXERCISES O.K. BUT QUITE HARD TO DO, ESPECIALLY WITH CHRONIC LOWER BACK PAIN FOR 3 YEARS…I DESPERATELY NEED SPINAL DECOMPRESSION OR STRONGER DRUGS TO STOP THE DAILY NEVER-ENDING PAIN…TRIED A FEW BUT HAD TO STOP,…TOO MUCH PAIN AND HURT…. ADAM SMITH TORONTO ONTARIO CANADA,,,,

  • Which of these simple habits will you add into your morning routine? ��
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  • I’m walking had to take little breaks when you are obese and you never work out this is very hard well I’m changing my life for good making life changes

  • Hello Leslie, I use this video everyday but for some reason when it get to between 9:13 9:38, it hang and video skip. Just want to let you know. And I love all your videos:)

  • These are wonderful for helping seniors improve balance, something that’s crucial for fall prevention. Additional tips to help keep seniors safe from falls can be found in this article: https://www.continuumcare.com/preparing-for-a-fall-could-be-your-best-fall-prevention-plan/

  • Guys. lost tons of weight does not need to be hard (I used to feel it did). I’m going to give you some tips right now. Look for a popular weight loss methods called Custokebon Secrets (do a search on google). Thanks to it I’ve lost lots of fat. I should not even be talking about it cause I don’t want a bunch of other guys out there running exactly the same game but whatever. I’m just simply in a excellent mood right now so I will share the wealth haha.

  • Anyone tried the Custokebon Secrets? I’ve heard several incredible things about it and my sister lost lots of weight with Custokebon Secrets (look on google search engine).

  • This is good for delivery drivers btw. I have back issues but I also drive for work and your videos are so on point every day it’s like I’m Truman in the Truman show some days.

  • Guys. lost a ton of fat doesn’t need to be hard (I used to think it did). I’m going to give you some advice right now. Get a popular fat burn method called Custokebon Secrets (search on google). Thanks to it I have lost crazy amounts of fat. I should not even be speaking about it cause I do not really want a bunch of other guys out there running the same game but whatever. I am just simply in a excellent mood today so I will share the wealth lol.

  • I am 82 going on 52 love this I always worked out six weeks after my first baby in six weeks after my fifth baby who are all 50 and up now. It is important to stay fit. Thank you so much I love this video try to do it every day.

  • I’m old and slow, and tried playing it at 50%; chuckling a lot…looks like a mass sobriety test, she sounds drunk, and the music slaps!

  • I just started to incorporate these 5-15 min walks in throughout my day and I am already feeling the result…my mom has even started walking with me to get fit in quarantine ��

  • I love this video the most of all. Its got perfect musical beats and perfect moves included in one mile walk. ����������������

    One of the best channel i’ve found in these depressing pandemic days

  • Good Morning Walkers, despite the heat in the London, I manage to do my 15 minute walk and other exercises. I wonder where the strength is coming from. I am in my mid 50s. Thanks Leslie. I am enjoying my walks with you. Thank you.

  • Hi guys, thanks a lot for your videos they are really amazing. I have a question please I’m in so much pain right now. I had 2 disc herniations and I did surgery for one they said the other one doesn’t need because it is not causing pain. Few months after the other one started to cause pain and sciatica it was a bearable amount, could walk with a cane etc (old one couldn’t even walk with cane). So i followed your McKenzie method videos and all the sciatica was gone! I only got back pain after walking for a while. Suddenly, a few days ago my pain level shot up and today I am at a point where turning is painful, coughing is painful, everything is SO SO painful! And the sciatica is there but not toooooo strong. i want to know please what happened?? What can I do? I was doing much progress with McKenzie but now it hurts too much to do what I was doing almost effortlessly last week!

  • I don’t like games. I just like to watch YouTube videos. The only exercise I get is to the Shopping Centre and back. Sorry Dear Margaret I don’t have anyone showing me how to play those games and how to access them. I have Chinese friend that I didn’t like how she is obsessed with games.

  • #الحوقلة..
    تقلب موازين كل شيء وتقرب المستحيل!
    مفتاح لكل باب موصد!
    رددها بيقين وكررها..
    ” لاحول ولا قوة إلا بالله”

    #الحوقلة..
    مفتاح لكل خير وفرج من كل شر
    “لا حول ولا قوة الا بالله”

    #الحوقلة..

    كنز من كنوز الجنة
    “لا حول ولا قوة إلا بالله” ����

  • Thank you WALKERS for loving this 1 Mile HAPPY Walk!
    We are sorry for the interruption at approx. 9:14 minutes into the Walk. It freezes for about 20 seconds and then resumes playing. If you would like the version that does not freeze, we have it playing for you at: https://youtu.be/X3q5e1pV4pc

    HAPPY WALKING to our faithful Walkers!!!

  • American Mah Jongg is so much more than tile matching. It is not what is on your site, which is simple matching. There is a lot of thinking and planning involved and requires learning the new card of hands each year. There is a big difference between Chinese Mah Jongg, with no card and American Mah Jongg. Great game requiring memory, and tactics.
    I still love Backgammon, and Scrabble. All very social and fun.

  • New activities create new paths! I’ve heard that Your brain kind of goes on autopilot when you do the same things and keep the same routines all of the time��

  • Hi everyone for those of you who have been asking, here is a link to the free online games that Sixty and Me offers. https://games.sixtyandme.com/ Have fun!

  • #الحوقلة..
    تقلب موازين كل شيء وتقرب المستحيل!
    مفتاح لكل باب موصد!
    رددها بيقين وكررها..
    ” لاحول ولا قوة إلا بالله”

    #الحوقلة..
    مفتاح لكل خير وفرج من كل شر
    “لا حول ولا قوة الا بالله”

    #الحوقلة..

    كنز من كنوز الجنة
    “لا حول ولا قوة إلا بالله” ����

  • look… i’m sure his tipps very helpfull and stuff…
    BUT his adverts are so annoying i realy can’t stand his voice��
    I will never watch his videos, those 5 seconds before i skip the add are a total turn off..��

  • I want to read lots of book but just want to read only important tips & techniques of book so how to get that point instead of reading the whole book.
    Can any one guide about this

  • My favorite game is Mah Jong. I also like word games. So glad you have them on your website. I started following you because sixty was on the horizon, but as of yesterday, I’m sixty, so a full fledged subscriber! ����

  • There’s no such thing as “jump starting” or stopping the autonomic meaty organ known as the brain. If you don’t know the difference between the skull-captive brain and the free-flying mind you’re a ignorant as a slowly rotting stump.

  • Please join us for a quick morning chat every day. This is a great way to get to know your Sixty and Me sisters. I would also like to invite you to join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sixtyandme.

  • Loved this video esp the past where he said “how you do anything is how you do everything”. My fav tip was brushing with opposite hand. It was just brilliant. Needless to say all the other tips were fantastic too. xx http://themavenlifestyle.com

  • Just a personal observation as a “senior,” is that these (for those who are restricted or perhaps sedentary senior or not) could be done 3 x a day (at least, depending on one’s situation) and that could be very beneficial and decent low impact exercise, in my opinion. Maybe you don’t concur, but I am going to add it to my daily routine for leg circulation ( I have mild CVI in my right leg due to trauma), and staying loose otherwise!

  • I sense another scam routine here… Ive already had to jump thru 3hoops just to get here. Im sure at some point with this money will be required at one step. Jeez I learnt that quick.

  • Yes, I too am guilty of jumping through diet plan to others as well, I do believe that I need to have tested every single weight loss method that was available, but eventually not one of them helped me to lose and maintain the weight off. I ended up trying for the very last time with the Custokebon Secrets because my cousin who told me great things about it and so far to date I’ve effectively dropped 17 pounds in 3 weeks!

  • Write down dreams, brush teeth left hand, make bed, breathe, count things that money things can’t buy grateful, brain tea journal, run, rebounding, brain powder smoothie avocado blue berries, read a book a week. Brain friendly start to each day. Cold face splash.

  • 1. Remember your dreams.
    2. Make your bed.
    3. Drink lots of water.
    4. Brush teeth with opposite hand.
    5. Deep breathing exercise.
    6. Tea.
    7. Journal.
    8. Hiit exercise.
    9. Booth.
    10. Read books.

  • I have this problem of thinking all about information. Like very random things e.g. The string theory, math, accounting, politics, and investigating crimes inside my head and more forensic pathology stuff. This all happens at night and before I knew it, it’s almost three in the morning. Can someone help me to stop that habit?

  • Simple to understand..Practical, direct, and easy to get done. Beautiful and clear voice. No choreogrphy to confound elderly.. I am 70 and English is not my mother language, and understood all you explained.Thanks,

  • Thanks Jim, when I was sharing with a friend two days ago about how learning actually retards aging because I listened to you a year ago, I remembered how not subscribing to your channel was a gold mine I left behind in my success journey. That’s just the way I put it…thank God I’m back this time to the most out of your teachings

  • Better that you wake up and pray to Allah after cleaning. Without Allahs permission you can never accomplish your dreams. Dont Forget your creator. You did not create yourself did you? Your tips are not generally applicable. These are you-specific.

  • 1 year ago when I first saw this video, I thought that this routine was very difficult, but now I realized I pretty much do all of them.
    The best part is that is effortless, without really thinking about it, I’ve been incorporating 1 habit at the time

  • I’ve been deprived of a good sleep ever since I reached my adult life. This sleep program has demonstrated me good results even on my very first Seven days of usage. I believed there is no solution to this ailment I have got. I thought acquiring 8 hours of sleeping is unattainable to achieve. The treatment about how to remedy insomnia is definitely impressive. It reveals various reasons and a method for several circumstances of insomnia. It has a lot of solutions or ways for you to select from. I researched Google and found this guide on a website.. Name of the guide is Zoey Sυnodoz
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  • Various tym I watch this video n try to do it,,but this tym I’m damn serious about this exercise n will do it continuously it’s too effective as full body workout,,its so energetic,,people who r lazy about workout will definitely enjoy this really I become fan of this,,thanks to uploade it n specially thanks to this energetic women trainner ����its a kind of “vardaan” for me,,God bless u guys

  • Instructor assumes that the participant can do 10 sit to stand exercises with arms crossed. My quads are very, very weak and I can only do about 4 reps without tilting and straining. Why do some instructors use a base 10 number all the time? How about 7 or 9?
    The video should also show a front view of the participant doing this exercise.

  • hey,if anyone else wants to discover exercise program for seniors try Loctavan Senior Fitness Strategy (should be on google have a look )? Ive heard some decent things about it and my buddy got great success with it.

  • I am young boy of 78 years of age. I do Prayanam for 30 minutes and Exercises for 30 minutes. I also clean the floors of my house and wash My clothes daily. I will definitely include the Exercises in my daily routine.

  • SOOOO many seniors need this! Please everyone pass this on to your loved ones in care of Bob & Brad. Two guys who have helped me numerous times in the past. You are a Godsend.

  • Remembering my dreams every morning becomes a habit since i was a teenager and now i’m 44 �� i can also interpret my dreams too. Making my bed, drinking a lot of water in an empty stomach, brushing my teeth, drinking my tee and concentrating on my prayers..

  • I like your all tips and I also follow some tips I my daily routine like drinking water, do some exercise and from today I will follow other remaining thing those you have mention in the video

  • Alot shit going on thats not making sense tje closer I get too the truth the more intense things are getting ive aways been ready for alot things in life this somthing I can’t face alone if I want to see my dream come true Ian tried of seeing everything i hold dear too me get hurt or die please if theres any time ive ever ask you too keep pushing forward Ian asking now just trust me

  • guess that’s why I still feel pretty good at 75 and don’t use weights anymore like I used to. THANK YOU for these illustrations. (but still do use weights three times a week as well BUT lighter weights and more reps)….:):) OH, and of course don’t forget to get your WALK in every day also!..be safe and healthy everyone!

  • I`ve had mild insomnia for some time getting out of bed around 4 am on several days. Nevertheless only these recent months, my sleeping time are 2 to 4 hours. It has got a whole lot worse. This plan has helped me a lot in improving my sleeping challenge. This is apart from knowing the essentials of sleeping. Good luck, you will get the results, find it on Google. It is Zoey Sυnodoz
    take care

  • what kind of book do we have to read like any restrictions is there
    like I am a student so if I read my coursebook…. Is it beneficial reading coursebook or not??
    And if not then what kind of book do we have to read

  • Maybe this would be good for someone in her late 80’s or in her 90’s. I am only 70 and hike regularly and take yoga classes so it was boring and not challenging at all. Also I don’t have a theraband. I am looking for something less demanding than the HIIT for younger people but still challenging for an older person.

  • Your model looks to have some serious issues with her neck, including the neck going forward excessively, and compromised posture at that level. I found myself worried about her, while doing these exercises, to be honest.

  • i have moving disability. calcium deposited in my hips joint,so it fixed
    i sit on high chair,it has long back support and shoulder rest (handle),tell me upper body exercises that i can do. I cannot move by my own,stand with someone’s support and can’t move my legs

  • If you wish to slim down, you should check out Custokebon Secrets on google. They’ll make it easier to get the body you should have.

  • Hi, my Mum isn’t quite this able. She’s 86 and has had several strokes which have affected her balance and mobility very much. She was able to do the seated ones, and she may be able to do some of these, but not the first one getting up and down from a chair 10 times. Do you have any slightly easier standing exercises videos that last about 10 minutes?

  • This is a horrible display of beginning to stand on one leg without support. No!No!NO! A good starting point would be using both chairs for support and hold stance on one leg for 3 to 5 seconds. 30 seconds is a very advanced move and most seniors with balance controls issues cannot stand on one leg unsupported for 2 seconds.

  • I really like these habits! I do stretches every morning definitely hydrate, just need to work on the journaling again. Thank you for your inspiration.

  • 1 dream remembering
    2 make bed
    3 water hydration
    4 brush teeth opposite hand
    5 breath
    6 brain tea
    7 graditude journal
    8 brain smoothy
    9 exercise
    10 reading 20 to 30 min

    I can’t believe i done all them from memory using the journey to ur office you taught before
    Carparkbrainfoods
    Bridgekill ANTs
    Elevator exercises
    Hallway brain nutrients
    Closet positive peer group
    Receptionist clean environment
    Fish tank sleep
    Door brain protection
    White board new learning
    Bonzi tree stress management

    Also its amazing that before i couldn’t remember now its i can’t forget
    Fire hydrant hydrogen
    Balloon helium
    Batteries lithium
    Barrel beryllium
    Board boron
    Dimond carbon
    Knight nitrogen
    Ox oxygen
    Toothpaste flourine
    Sign neon

    I also used a journey i take to remember all the chapters in order of a book and as i mentally walk through its like all the notes and key ideas and concepts of each chapter appear to me. So i would just like to say thank you so much and i know one day we will meet and it would be so impressive if you remember my name. To help you remember just think of Frosties cereal commercial that has Tony the Tiger saying ” they’re great”

  • I watched your video with the gentleman doing sitting exercises and they were nice and slow great for people who haven’t exercised in ages. Then I watched this video and I felt rushed doing the leg exercises. I had to stop looking at the woman exercising because she was throwing me off. Your instructions and her motions didn’t jive.

  • Good information you are provided, Are you looking for the elder care services? I suggest you Heritage Medical Centre it provides you best health care services for your loved elder one.

  • The first exercise (a chair squat) is excellent, but the demonstrator didn’t follow the spoken instruction “scoot to the edge of the chair”. It is important to sit near the edge, not fully on the chair. This makes it easier to rise, which means that elders will be more likely to do the exercise on their own. Even this first exercise alone, if actually taught to elders, could prevent many falls.

    Please add some exercises using stairs.

    These are EXCELLENT exercises for preventing falls!

  • Not certain about the points made but,if anyone else needs to find out about how to cure panic attacks and anxiety try Loctavan Amazing Simple Stress Strategy (do a google search )? Ive heard some great things about it and my work buddy got cool results with it.

  • Thank you so much! I teach a combination yoga and dance on chairs for seniors. Your clear directions, noting the muscles involved, and adding timing is immediately going to upgrade my class! We all thank you!

  • Some of these were very easy for me, but I was surprised that I really needed the balance practice, Thank you for posting this series.

  • Gradual build up of muscle strength. Easy to follow. The shoulders to neck to top of head and chin positions need to be relaxed. Enjoy the whole body when exercising,. This can help to flow the energy. Clear demo. Alternative, Hover hands over a counter top or table doing the balance exercise. Help your balance to get better rather than challenge. Halfway tandem is good, one foot, beside, your other foot. Simple routine, will bring well being…. just “do”…..

  • thanks good advice awsome video please and more brain food for us who cannot eggs meat fish because of iodineand not alges,seafood as well.love choclate,flaxseeds,chia tofu nuts greens fruits that i read is good for the brain.Please let these videos coming, I did that and was successful and then my stepfateher, my ex husband and others.I was too beautiful they said and ruined my face too rich and then they ruined my economy too succesful at work and tried to destroy it etc etc.I got stolen,violated, they destroyed my family,lost my home.etc etc

  • There are a few ideas for senior exercises
    Start with the basics for exercises for the elderly. Get the big picture and explore how to safely begin an exercise program!
    Learn correct posture before you start in order to help maximize the benefits of exercise. Watch our posture video for important exercises.
    Review the proper techniques of breathing to improve your lung function and energy level. This video will show you how.
    Increase your flexibility to allow full motion in your shoulders, hips, and legs with these exercises. Watch our stretching videos for valuable instruction.
    Build strength in the arms, legs and back to greatly enhance your functional independence with our strengthening videos
    Gain endurance and improve your ability to walk and participate in energetic social activities like dancing and nature outings.
    Develop better balance to increase your safety in the home and in community.
    (I read these and the reasons they work on Seniorcises website )

  • Hello Margaret, Thank you for being here for Us, I love Word search games, I play bowling as well, an app on my Phone., have a Great Day.

  • Lord! Deliver us from all these boring know-it-alls. Who is going to do this…I mean really do it and benefit with it? Answer nobody! Unless they have a PT breathing down their neck at Medicare expense. It’s not fun! Ridiculous what passes for good advice for Old Folks seeking to be fit.

  • Search Google for Fast Fat Furlong… Its the best way to lose weight. Nice video but wait until you see the nutrition plan you could learn when you download Fast Fat Furlong… My sister shred 8 pounds in one week.

  • I am a personal trainer and recently was hired by an advanced age client and I was looking for general ideas for a very deconditioned client. We will be training in his home with minimal equipment. This video has given me some great ideas. Thank you.

  • It would be really helpful if we could download the seated and standing exercises to play on a smart TV or computer while we are learning the routines. Can you make this possible?
    Pierrette Chabot (Failree, VT)

  • Tough…but, rewarding, even with some mods for aerobics. (Huge milestone just getting the feet off the floor.) Really enjoying switching up the content. A couple of exercises were ones I already do in my ‘Doug’s Daily Balance’ routine but can never spend too much time on balance.