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19
May
2021
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09:40 AM
America/New_York

Aging Gracefully on Ice

Living a life filled with purpose is important at all stages of life. As we age, staying engaged in activities we enjoy is associated with better physical and mental health. Being active and connecting with others helps our brains to function better. After ending her professional figure skating career, JoJo Starbuck decided to share her passion for figure skating with others by coaching. JoJo began teaching an adult skating class and found that the benefits of figure skating for older adults extend far beyond learning axels and spins. 

Original Air Date: Wednesday May 19th, 2021

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