Hildelisa Rodriguez, 77, (center) along with her husband Robert Rodriguez, 78, (right) and Elsa Miralles, 77, (left) and her husband Humberto Miralles, 83, warm up along with other members of the group before walking at Dadeland Mall. Brisk walking on a regular basis helps pump blood to your brain, which can help retain cognitive skills as you age.
Hildelisa Rodriguez, 77, (center) along with her husband Robert Rodriguez, 78, (right) and Elsa Miralles, 77, (left) and her husband Humberto Miralles, 83, warm up along with other members of the group before walking at Dadeland Mall. Brisk walking on a regular basis helps pump blood to your brain, which can help retain cognitive skills as you age. José A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com
Hildelisa Rodriguez, 77, (center) along with her husband Robert Rodriguez, 78, (right) and Elsa Miralles, 77, (left) and her husband Humberto Miralles, 83, warm up along with other members of the group before walking at Dadeland Mall. Brisk walking on a regular basis helps pump blood to your brain, which can help retain cognitive skills as you age. José A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com

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