Older Couple Begin Dancing. Moments In Grandpa Pulls Off Move That Has Crowd Going Nuts
They say age is just a number — but what happens when the candles start to take over the whole cake? Fortunately for this couple, they don’t let their age define them. When they were younger, dancing was one of their favorite hobbies. They would boogie in clubs, in the house and whenever the mood hit them. But as they began to age and their hips started to creak, dancing was something that happened few and far between. However, they got a burst of inspiration one day while walking around the mall and had to let their boogying shoes fly!
According to recent studies, dancing is a great way for older folks to stay active. Dance lessons, classes and events not only keep the body limber, but they also keep the mind running. Learning new moves and staying on your feet while grooving with a partner or friends is the perfect activity to participate in when you start to age. In fact, the YourCareEverywhere site says that dancing can improve the quality of life of patients with Parkinson’s disease, as well as people living in nursing homes (or senior communities). The best part is that you don’t have to be good at dancing to get the benefits — you just have to have a happy spirit!