New research keeps confirming what many of us already believe: working out is more than good for your body, it’s good for your brain too! In an article on Active.com, Thomas Crook, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist and memory researcher said:
“Cardiovascular health is more important than any other single factor in preserving and improving learning and memory. You’re working out your brain at the same time as your heart.”
Plus, studies are finding cardio specifically combats stress, improves vision, even reduce the risk of breast cancer. Let’s keep sweating to live a long and healthy life!
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