Lifeball – the game for all ages
THERE is an increasing awareness that the longer you are physically active, the healthier – and happier – you will be.
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Played each week at the Scout Hall, the ladies will chat, drink tea, catch up and, most importantly, spend an hour on the court.
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Lifeball improves heart and lung function, increases circulation and relieves stiffness while also preventing fall injuries as it improves balance, FRRUGLQDWLRQ ÀH[LELOLW\ mobility and mental stimulation.
Played at a walking pace, Lifeball is designed to be inclusive to all and is suitable for those with limited mobility, diabetes, arthritis, cardiovascular problems and other chronic illnesses.
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Costing just $5 a game, Lifeball is not only cheaper than a gym membership or exercise class, it is also held in a less intimidating environment.
If you would like more information, you can either rock up at the Scout Hall, located off Mount Battery Road at the Showgrounds, WKLV 7XHVGD\ DW DP RU contact Dawn on 0439 623 468.