…. Dr. Charles Hillman from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana states, one of the biggest takeaways from this research is that schools should recognize the mental benefits of exercise for students and reorganize their daily schedules to give students more physical activity breaks.
That’s right folks, not only does exercise develop specific parts of your body, it also develops specific parts of your brain!
Feeling low on energy? Brain function not quite what you want it to be? Get out go for a walk, do some yoga, lift some weights, try some high-intensity interval training. Take your kids with you, it’s good for them too!