According to the New York State Department of Health, rhythmic activities are all activities that are based on regular and prominent beats. Rhythmic body movements, auditory stimulation, musical instruments, chanting and... More »

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Rhythmic activities are any form of action in which an individual responds both emotionally and physically to any rhythmic accompaniment. Examples of these activities include dancing and aerobic exercises accompanied by ... More »

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Rhythmic activities are a series of movements in which individuals can take part during any steady and prominent beat. Professionals use these activities as therapeutic treatments for those who suffer from dementia. More »

Rhythmic activities include clapping or snapping to the beat of a song. Stomping or tapping the feet to the beat of a song is also a rhythmic activity. More »

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Rhythmic activities are a series of movements in which individuals can take part during any steady and prominent beat. Professionals use these activities as therapeutic treatments for those who suffer from dementia. More »

The normal heart rate for a 70-year-old woman after moderate intensity exercise is between 75 and 105 beats per minute. The maximum heart rate for a 70-year-old woman is 150 beats per minute. More »

The target heart rate for a 20-year-old is between 100 and 170 beats per minute, whereas the target heart rate for a 40-year-old is between 90 and 153 beats. A 55-year-old person has a target heart rate zone of 83 to 140... More »