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While most fitness classes aimed at seniors focus on calmer activities such as dance or yoga, experts say parkour is a reasonable, if unorthodox, option. “When I first heard about this, I had a picture in my mind of elderly people jumping off of walls and I thought there was no way this could be appropriate,” said Bruce Paton, a physical therapist who works with the elderly at the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health at University College London. He is not connected to the program. “But when you look at the things they’re doing, it’s actually quite gentle and could increase their strength and flexibility to help them with their daily activities.”.

Before the false alarm, Cannon tweeted Thursday that he may faint in the delivery room and “I need to man up! Or maybe I should say WOMAN UP!”, Michele, 24, was driving on Melrose Avenue on her way home from work when, as “a source close to the star” told Us, “A couple ballet shoes glass - dance with your heart, your feet will follow - engraved hi-ball glass of drunk girls hit her, got out of the car, giggled that she was famous, said something like, ‘Are you drunk, too?’ Then they drove off.”, They probably were bummed they didn’t run into Lindsay No-Longer-Lohan or Paris Hilton..

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