It has been recently discovered that maintaining a level of physical fitness at an older age helps both the mind and body stay alert, therefore lowering the risk of memory loss conditions. A new study suggests that by participating in fitness regiments such as a boot camp fitness class, a person can lower their risk of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. In researching the records of several patients, the researchers of The Dementia and Alzheimer’s Health Study, found that people who were involved in a form of fitness in midlife, had a lower incident rate of developing dementia by about 36 percent.
Military-style boot camp fitness, which originated in the United Kingdom in 2005, is taking over the world of work-out. Now across the globe boot camp fitness is spreading like wildfire as the number one way to get fit. Whether at home or overseas there are beautiful places all over the world hosting exercise classes like these.