This week, at the invitation of a friend, I took my first Country Line Dancing class. The first thing I learned is that I should have taken a beginner class, as I didn’t know any of the steps! I also learned that Country Line Dancing is hard! However the music is uplifting and the people were nice, plus it is great exercise. I’m definitely going to continue with the lessons.
One of my motivations was a recent study that showed that line dancing is great for the brain. In fact, it reduces the chance of dementia by 76 percent. This is attributed to the brain power needed to learn the steps, the exercise component, and the social community.
Today, write about something you do to stay young. It could be physical, emotional or spiritual. What do you do and what are the benefits?
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