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Physical activity can cut the risk of Alzheimer’s and improve your health. Here’s everything you need to know.

Body Balance: Instructional Video

Body Balance: Instructional Video

by CAREGIVING MATTERS

Body Balance is a passport to wellness for family caregivers.

It boosts fitness and core strength, using free weights and resistance training.

Jane Brooks, a group fitness instructor at Trisan Centre in King Township, walks caregivers through a low-impact, whole-body group workout.

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