Most people associate exercise with health. Be it improving flexibility or muscle mass or decreasing fat levels, exercise is often seen as a physical activity, but is it more?
Do you ever think about the
Current research reveals how exercise improves cognitive functioning, mental health, and memory while also hindering the development of other neurological conditions like stress and depression.
How? Let me count the ways:
- Decreased stress
- Decreased social anxiety
- Improved processing of emotions
- Prevention of neurological conditions
- Euphoria (short-term)
- Increased energy, focus and attention
- Hinderance to the aging process
- Improved memory
- Improved blood circulation
- Decreased ‘brain fog’
Read through that list again.
Isn’t that amazing? In addition to all the physical benefits of exercise, there are a nuggets of neurological wealth to be reaped as well! And you can learn about them and how to incorporate them into your movement of choice in our upcoming brain workshop:
MOVE YOUR BODY, TRAIN YOUR BRAIN
Friday, March 17 and 24