Exercise for Brain Health

Strengthening the Body and Mind

According to the Alzheimer’s Association more than 5 million Americans currently battle Alzheimer’s disease (2015).

Cognitive impairment due to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias can cause health issues including an increased risk of falls or delayed recovery from a health crisis, ultimately driving health care costs up and increasing hospitalizations.

Studies have shown that aerobic exercise benefits cognitive performance, brain function and brain structure, especially as it relates to older adults. But many times, those suffering from cognitive impairment have additional physical barriers that make exercise with traditional fitness equipment difficult.

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We're already planning our next NuStepping to End Alzheimer’s relay event for June 21, 2017. If you're interested in participating, please contact Christine Schnitzer to pre-register.


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The NuStep® recumbent cross trainer can provide a safe, effective workout for users of virtually all ages and ability levels that can help strengthen the heart, body and mind. 

Benefits of NuStep for Brain Health

NuStep reduces barriers to physical activity by providing aerobic exercise that is accessible to people of virtually all functional levels and ages. With a low-inertia start up and multiple resistance levels, you can customize the intensity of your workout and progress over time as you experience results.

Aerobic training, like the kind you can do on the NuStep recumbent cross trainer, can be an effective way to improve both mental and physical health and may help reduce your risk factors for dementia.  

Read More:

Exercise, brain, and cognition across the life span – Voss, et. al, 2011

Changes in Cognitive Function in a Randomized Trial of Physical Activity – Williamson, et. al, 2009

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