Neuroscientists discover the number one exercise for slowing down the aging process


2. Superior to repetitive exercise like cycling or walking.

While scientists know that physical exercise can combat age-related brain decline, this study shows that dancing, specifically continuously changing dance routines and choreography, is superior to repetitive exercise like cycling or walking.

Dr Rehfeld explains, “We tried to provide our seniors in the dance group with constantly changing dance routines of different genres (Jazz, Square, Latin-American and Line Dance). Steps, arm-patterns, formations, speed and rhythms were changed every second week to keep them in a constant learning process. The most challenging aspect for them was to recall the routines under the pressure of time and without any cues from the instructor.”

Dr Rehfeld and her colleagues are building on this research to develop new fitness programs that can have the maximum anti-aging effects on the brain.

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