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It’s common knowledge that we all need to partake in some form of exercise to improve physical fitness, yet rarely do we think about fitness training for our brain. Brain fitness is critical too and becomes especially important as we age. Age related memory decline is normal and affects more than half of all seniors, individuals over the age of 80 being the most vulnerable. According to the AARP, researchers have discovered that our brains are just as capable of learning in the second half of life as in the first half—in many ways, the aging brain learns and grows with each new season. Mental fitness is equally important for aging adults as maintaining cognitive health is a critical part