Brain Fitness at the Senior Olympics

The Summer National Senior Games are being held from August 1-15 in the San Francisco Bay Area with the Athlete Village at Stanford University Campus. This is the largest multi-sport event for qualifying athletes ages 50 and older. We salute all the athletes who participated on over 20 distinct sporting events. How very inspiring it is to see! Check out this article Too Old to Compete? Don't Tell These Athletes for a dose of inspiration and find out about Stanci (56) who is blind and and has been swimming in competitions for years, or Dee (78) and Johnie (82), the tennis playing couple!

HAPPYneuron was proud to participate. At the Humana tent at the Stanford University campus, ground zero for the 2009 National Senior Games, athletes and visitors are experiencing how fun it can be to engage is brain training programs. They are learning that training the cognitive skills necessary for their chosen sport, they get even more of a competitive edge and ensure more vital and independent years ahead.
Source: http://www.2009seniorgames.org/

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