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108.412 km cycled, 3 World Champions crowned and thousands of medals handed out. Read about Road Worlds for Seniors 2019
108.412 km is this years number! Here are the final results from this years Road Worlds for Seniors.
Cross the same finish line as the professionals this week. See results from Road Worlds for Seniors.
See pictures from opening ceremonies and other celebrations.
Stapely Care from Liverpool has been awarded the title "Crew of the Year" for their effort in "Road Worlds for Seniors" 2018.
- To be honest, because of my back it's easier for me to run than to walk, says the world champion who has removed two vertebrae.
When Sofienberg at the end of last week realized that they were in the lead in for the world championship title, the recruitment was increased.
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Road Worlds for Seniors
The Road Worlds for Seniors is a concept developed by Motitech and was hosted for the first time in 2017.
It is an annual competition, but most of all it is a great opportunity to focus on the importance of physical activity for older adults and people with dementia.
In 2018, Road Worlds for Seniors had 2,500 participants from six countries.
FIRST OFFICE IN CANADA ESTABLISHED
The Norwegian firm Motitech designing tech to help aging adults stay active has landed in Ottawa, marking the firm’s first North American footprint.
THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE DOWN MEMORY LANE
With the Duke in the seat, a video showing a detailed ride around the streets of St. Andrews was shown, accompanied by a soundtrack of their favourite songs.
2,500 PARTICIPANTS FROM SIX COUNTRIES
In total the participants cycled over 52,000 km in the four weeks of competition. A fantastic effort!
Quality of life and coping are closely linked, and coping is a factor of great importance to quality of life. Concentration is thus also a motivation factor for training.
It has been shown that the fitness experience for the elderly can be improved by using appropriate music for the activity.
Research shows that memory stimulation can contribute to increasing memory in persons with mild cognitive impairment. An important part of daily life at nursing homes is to work with memory recall in patients with dementia.
Exercise bikes with motor can open for great opportunities for people who are very little active. Motorized cycling can help to make movements otherwise it would not be clear and such training could be a necessary option to train coordination and rhythm in the movement pattern.
Today, there are around 75,000 people living with a dementia diagnosis in Norway. It has been shown that exercise can be a possible contributor to postponing the onset of dementia Alzheimer's disease. In addition, training helps increase the cognitive function of already affected dementia patients.
It has been shown that elderly in nursing homes that exercises to a greater extent maintain physical function than those who do not. Even moderate physical activity is improving the health and functional ability of the elderly. In addition, it reduces the risk of age diseases that affect the aging process.